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Embodied with Elizabeth DiAlto

The EMBODIED Podcast with Elizabeth DiAlto has been a top podcast in women’s self-help and spirituality since its debut in 2015. With over 330 episodes and 3 million downloads and counting, the name and the format may continue to shift and evolve over time, but what will always remain constant is a commitment to truth-telling and exploring the most real and relevant aspects of being fully human and fully divine in a world that is both volatile and miraculous.
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Oct 16, 2017

You know I love every interview, but sometimes, a favorite emerges and this week was an ALL TIME FAVORITE. Sonya Renee Taylor, founder of The Body Is Not An Apology is about radical self-love for everybody and every body. This woman honors all of the humans at all of the intersections better than anyone I’ve ever seen. She is wildly inspiring, compassionate, intelligent, focused, diligent, and strong. This is an interview to share with friends, gather around, listen together and discuss what you learned afterwards. We talk about what she calls, “Body Terrorism” - a structural, systemic apparatus that informs how we think about our bodies, and how the information of the world around us forms our language. She shares the origin story of her movement and the RUCHUS Project with us (you’re going to LOVE this!), AND her definition and practice of radical self-love. We explore a lot of relevant things throughout this conversation that many of us are impacted by and likely don’t even realize. It’s so juicy and illuminating down to her description of womanhood in the 21st century as a container whose walls are threatening to burst. Listen to this one more than once and share it up, wild ones!

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