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Embodied with Elizabeth DiAlto

Ranked in the top .5% of podcasts worldwide, the Embodied Podcast has been a trusted resource for nuanced, grounded, and inclusive wisdom for collective healing, joy, and liberation since 2015. Tap into your true purpose and power with Host Elizabeth DiAlto as she brings you the realness, always, with curiosity, humor, and her signature blend of fierce and mystical love. @elizabethdialto // www.untameyourself.com/podcast
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Jan 22, 2024

Today's episode weaves together lessons on love inspired by the words and perspectives of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Jaiya John, Alana Fairchild, Tosha Silver, and Rumi. As we navigate through a world that is plagued with atrocities and heavily warped by what we see on social media, staying in love has become more and more of a difficult task. 

Throughout our sermon, we dive into the intricacies of love, including the concept of fierce love and why love isn't always polite, considerate, or comfortable. We also explore the multifaceted nature of love, the significance of embodying love in your actions, behaviors, and choices, as well as how to view the world through the eyes of love. 

In episode 451 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(4:24) Understanding the seasons and cycles of love 

(5:29) An excerpt from Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Beyond Vietnam" 

(10:23) The universality of "Love like Love loves" by Jaiya John

(14:01) Reflections on the difference between love portrayed on social media and our messy real-life relationships

(16:16) Why love speaks truth and doesn't seek comfort 

(19:10) How to embody love and use it see through distractions

(23:13) Highlighting The Lover and The Beloved Rumi Oracle card as a representation of weaving love 

(29:03) A prayer for infusing more love into our hearts 

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