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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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Jun 3, 2024

If you were feeling a bit down after the last episode, don't worry! I won't be away for long. In this special unofficial episode of the Embodied Podcast, we're excited to introduce you to our new project – The Mystical Aunties Show! Joining me on this adventure is the incredible Elisha Tichelle. Together, we're sharing years of wisdom, and experience, and having the type of real conversations we know the spiritual community craves. 

Today, we discuss the role of modalities, making genuine connections, leadership, and some truths about marketing and information in the wellness space. We're looking forward to encouraging, nourishing, cultivating, and inspiring your spiritual authority and look forward to sharing the new show with you in a few months!

In episode 460 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(2:52) How the idea for this new podcast came to fruition 

(7:08) Understanding the importance of discernment vs. judgment in life and with marketing

(12:48) The role of modalities in your growth journey 

(19:49) The spiritual guidance and support of aunties 

(24:07) What you can expect from The Mystical Aunties Show! 

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May 27, 2024

Today we celebrate nine years of the incredible experience that ended up being called The Embodied Podcast with Elizabeth DiAlto. Listen in as Elizabeth reflects on the experience and shares some insights as to why she's retiring the show. You'll also hear some commentary on sticking with things through different seasons and cycles and how to know, honor, and respect when something has reached a completion point.

Whether you're a newer listener or you've been one of our ride or dies over the last nine years, thank you so so much for being here. You're always invited to revisit, relisten, and continue sharing your favorite episodes.

In episode 459 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(2:59) Recognizing the complexity of others’ unique experiences 

(5:10) Why everything is always as it should be in the context of learning, living, curiosity, and creativity

(9:08) Appreciating the beautiful foundations of The School of Sacred Embodiment and Wild Soul Movement 

(15:24) Tapping into the superpower of moving people 

(19:44) Shifting focus away from the online space and into original roots 

(25:23) Operating from your strengths in wild times

(29:00) A thank you

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Mar 11, 2024

Telling the truth is the ultimate act of love, even when it hurts or is unpleasant. Fear and discomfort often hold us back from fully embracing truths. Truth telling requires courage. Today, we dive into the nuances of accessing and embracing your truth. I also share some truth of my own that I recently came to terms with, which while uncomfortable, is a relief to acknowledge and share with this community. 

Throughout the episode, we explore the tools and practices to help you access your truth. We also unpack the risks of speaking your truth, such as personal and societal repercussions, and how to navigate this while staying honest with yourself. We discuss how to embrace the evolution of truth and give compassion and grace to those who share their truth with you. 

In episode 458 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(1:58) How to tune into the body's sensations and emotions to access your truth

(5:52) The truth that I'm currently living and navigating

(17:00) Embracing the seasons and cycles of truth 

(26:13) Engaging with your complex truth true real honesty 

(28:55) Finding a balance between believing in your truth, social pressures, and personal choices 

(33:59) Why you have to welcome in an evolving and shifting truth 

(38:45) Understanding truthfulness as an act of love, even if it is painful 

(43:19) The Truth Prayer 

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Mar 4, 2024

Today, we explore the beauty and pleasure of self respect and its role in cultivating personal growth, fulfillment, and healing within yourself and your relationships. We examine self respect through the lens of The Erotic Priestess archetype, who embodies respect, reverence, and divine communion, serving as a guide for integrating spirituality, sensuality, and sexuality into your holistic human experience. 

We discuss how self respect is related to self awareness, self knowledge, self acceptance, and trust – the pillars of the Embodied Self Love Framework. We also dive into the meaning of the word erotic, which comes from the Greek word eros, and discuss the transformative power of love in its purest form. Plus, we take a look at Audre Lorde's essay "Uses of the Erotic," which exemplifies the significance of the erotic as a source of great power. 

In episode 457 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(2:54) Why self respect is is the last pillar in the Embodied Self Love Framework

(4:45) The beauty of archetype work for inner growth and healing

(8:14) Exploring the word ‘eros’ 

(15:46) The Erotic Priestess archetype in the context of the Wild Soul Archetypes

(23:48) Integrating spirituality, sensuality, and sexuality in a holistic expression of femininity and womanhood 

(25:41) Harnessing and embracing erotic energy as a source of power 

(30:14) Distinguishing between sensations, emotions, and feeling states

(32:26) The Erotic Priestess Prayer

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Feb 26, 2024

Today's episode is a deep dive into The Sovereign Queen archetype and how embodying it can bring about so many things, from integrity and humility to emotional maturity and generosity. We also explore the true meaning and potency of the words "sovereign" and "queen." 

Throughout the episode, we dive into the distinction between perfectionism and having high standards and unpack some of the roots of perfectionism. We also urge you to give yourself grace during learning processes and to honor and acknowledge anything in life that you’ve earned mastery in. 

In episode 456 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(3:12) Understanding the impact of capitalism on your emotional well-being 

(11:39) The Sovereign Queen archetype in the context of the Wild Soul Archetypes

(15:31) How to differentiate between perfectionism and having high standards

(18:25) Why you should always follow your soul’s calling without the pressure of being perfect

(23:06) Advice for embracing your weaknesses, seeking support, and continuing to practice and improve despite failure 

(26:30) Unpacking the true meaning of sovereignty and how power relates to privilege 

(30:16) The Sovereign Queen Prayer 

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Feb 19, 2024

Everyone has an inherent capacity for art and expression and every artist is a mystic in their own way. In this episode, we dive into the joy, pleasure, and interconnected nature of art and creative expression and encourage you to explore your unique form of creativity, be it through storytelling, painting, embroidery, dancing, or any other medium. 

We also explore the role of The Sacred Creatress archetype in motivating you to embrace your creative potential and surrender to the flow of inspiration. We share how to allow yourself the freedom to create without any inhibitions, and stress that art and expression are not only forms of embodiment practice but also present opportunities for connection and shared experiences. 

In episode 455 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(2:51) An invitation to embody your creativity and seek connection through art and expression 

(6:03) How my book, Dark Healing Order of Secret Priestesses, blends elements of romance, erotica, and magical realism to explore themes of love, relationships, and inner healing

(10:11) The interconnectedness of the mystical archetypes in creativity

(13:15) The beauty in unique expressions of universal feelings and ideas

(17:37) How various expressions of art often weave together 

(22:37) The Creatress archetype in the context of the Wild Soul Archetypes

(26:16) A prayer for surrender and trust in yourself and the creative process

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Feb 12, 2024

In the School of Sacred Embodiment, we believe that the gift of grace is not only something we can muster but also, in its highest form, a divine force. Today, we explore grace as an unstoppable channel that, once accepted, will come through with every opportunity it can to provide closure, release, and healing wherever needed. 

Throughout the episode, you will hear personal anecdotes and beautiful stories that demonstrate the active presence of grace in daily routines, from encountering Earth Angels to experiencing moments of profound healing. We also discuss various practices for cultivating grace, such as movement, being with nature, and embodying The Divine Mother archetype. If you have your own stories of being touched by grace, we invite you to share your experiences with us at hello@untameyourself.com

In episode 454 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(5:00) What is the gift of grace? 

(7:05) Two stories of Earth Angel encounters 

(12:35) Embodying forgiveness and grace to let go of past traumas and harmful habits

(15:11) A real example of how grace can release a lifelong pattern of avoidance

(19:03) How grace cultivates, weaves, and heals throughout our lives 

(23:16) The Divine Mother archetype in the context of the Wild Soul Archetypes

(26:46) A prayer for allowing The Divine Mother's energy to be a channel for infinite and compassionate grace 

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Feb 5, 2024

So often, boundaries are misunderstood as a negative form of control rather than a structure that invites self-awareness, establishes healthy relationships, and highlights our true passions. In today's episode, we dive into the significance of anger as a source of information that reveals our boundaries, needs, and the necessary steps in our healing journey. 

Plus, we explore The Warrior Goddess archetype and how it can help us alchemize our anger to fuel transformative action towards what truly needs to be defended or protected. By facing uncomfortable truths and taking action for the things we care about, we can learn from the wisdom of The Warrior Goddess and better ourselves in the process. 

In episode 453 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(3:31) Why we cannot avoid negative realities or evade the truth within our spiritual communities 

(8:55) How to address systems of oppression in communities and focus on collective liberation over individual comfort 

(11:22) The Warrior Goddess archetype in the context of the Wild Soul Archetypes

(15:58) Recognizing and addressing your anger to reveal your boundaries and purpose 

(20:28) A prayer for using words wisely, acknowledging their power, and protecting your energy 

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Jan 29, 2024

This week’s episode is an invitation to recognize and honor your unique medicines (which may reach beyond how you’ve thought about “medicine” before).

As we explore the concept of “your medicine,” I’m encouraging you to ask yourself what it means and where it lives within you and offering The Medicine Woman archetype to help. I explain how this archetype embodies alchemy and provides guidance for navigating life's complexities while accessing your inner truths. 

The Medicine Woman’s multidimensionality brings the potential to break lineage patterns, embrace intergenerational gifts, release victim stories, and more. Enjoy! 

In episode 452 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(4:29) Acknowledging and respecting the cultural contexts of this language 

(6:51) The Medicine Woman archetype in the context of the Wild Soul Archetypes

(10:14) How alchemy can be applied to your growth, weaved experiences, and healing journey 

(15:25) Embracing The Wild Woman archetype and challenging societal expectations of femininity 

(20:43) Understanding what your mystical medicine is and discovering your unique gifts 

(23:55) Reading and diving deep into the description of The Medicine Woman

(25:56) A prayer for finding your inner Medicine Woman

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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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Jan 15, 2024

Following some much-needed quiet time during the winter break, the podcast is back and for the next few months, the Sunday sermons from our Wild Soul Sunday Services are going to be at the heart of the episodes. 

In today's sermon, we explore the interplay between masculine and feminine energies, celebrating their unique and fluid nature within all of us. Throughout the episode, you are invited to contemplate these energies, with whatever language you use to describe them, as they transcend conventional gender associations and embrace the principles without limitations. We discuss how to allow The Divine to guide you in embracing your multifaceted self at all stages of change, healing, and growth and contribute positively to our world's artistic interconnectedness. 

In episode 450 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(10:32) Understanding language limitations as we explore dynamic masculine and feminine energies 

(12:58) How we all balance doing and being for survival and personal growth, regardless of gender 

(17:02) Embracing our unique gifts and truths, recognizing no singular soul is inherently better than another

(18:25) The importance of having an openness to The Divine’s influence on your creativity 

(19:35) How shifts in your personal and cosmic principles are tied to seasons and cycles

(22:35) Releasing attachments to limited perceptions and rules 

(24:08) A prayer for embracing your uniqueness and receiving gifts from The Divine

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Dec 18, 2023

This episode is a beautiful reminder that the things we assume are fixed in our 50s and 60s may not be so, and there's always room for growth, healing, and transformation, no matter how old we are. Joining the conversation today is Dr. Cynthia McGrath, an author, WomanSpeak Coach, Sacred Embodiment Specialist, and NLP practitioner. She's 71 years young and still on her healing journey, inspiring women aged 50 and above to continue learning, growing, and expressing themselves on their terms. 

Throughout our chat, Cynthia shares stories from her experience as a nurse practitioner, discussing patients who have remained vibrant and active well into their 80s. We also touch upon Cynthia's passion for Enneagram for increasing self-awareness and compassion for others and how it can help us appreciate the uniqueness of everyone around us. Plus, Cynthia highlights how living in embodiment has impacted her role as a wife, grandmother, and music lover. 

In episode 449 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

  • Cynthia’s experience with transformational NLP and Sacred Embodiment to cultivate a deeper relationship with her body and emotions 

  • Being a “mystical crone” 

  • How Cynthia approaches menopause, perimenopause, and aging

  • The origin of the Enneagram symbol and its ancient mysticism 

  • The ways Enneagram can help us understand and appreciate individual differences 

  • The role of embodiment in being a mom, wife, and grandmother

  • Cynthia’s goals and dreams at the age of 71

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Dec 11, 2023

It’s completely understandable to feel overwhelmed when witnessing the atrocities currently unfolding in our world. It's also easy to give in to external pressures, like those on social media, and conform to expectations that encourage us to mistreat each other. In this episode, Elizabeth dives into performative activism, platform policing, and embracing the sacred power of curiosity. 

She also discusses how to respond to and approach these issues with humility and an open mind, much like that of a loving parent, so you can access genuine curiosity in line with your soul’s wisdom. Imagine how different the world would be if our capacity for reverence was larger than our capacity for despising things? What if we could approach those who hold different perspectives than us with an effort to understand instead of jumping to anger and judgment?

In episode 448 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(3:52) Social media's role in activism during crises and our recommended voices to follow 

(6:42) Advice for attending to your personal energy and soul's wisdom when navigating social and political issues

(9:01) The importance of curiosity to empathize with others' perspectives

(12:31) Embracing the sacred power of curiosity by asking questions and doing self-reflections 

(18:23) Using curiosity, humility, and reverence as tools to bridge gaps in understanding 

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Nov 27, 2023

Our healing conversations have been consistently beautiful, challenge our conditioned perspectives on healing, and invite us to embrace diverse and individualized paths. Today's chat with Kate Orlofsky is no different. Kate is an ecologist, dog musher, and wilderness enthusiast living in rural Alaska. Kate has participated in almost everything we offer at the School of Sacred Embodiment over the last few years and she shares how her anxiety has decreased, she’s been able to release her tendency to control, and now uses her voice to openly express her desires. 

We discuss the evolving nature of healing and how Kate is a big believer in the power of movement for processing emotions. She also explains why living in embodiment and having a greater awareness and respect for her body has significantly enhanced how she shows up in the world. 

In episode 447 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(4:56) Kate's Holy Consistency and what it means to her

(9:18) Why the layers of healing take time and how to face them with grace 

(15:14) The relationship between perfectionism and anxiety 

(20:12) Finding the courage to make significant life choices 

(24:30) The role of titration, integration, and community in Kate's healing process 

(31:21) The nonlinear nature of healing and tips for finding the right community for you 

(34:28) Kate's experience as a lifelong athlete and how her physicality meets her embodiment practices 

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Nov 20, 2023

True embodiment is that feeling when you're walking down the street or sitting on a plane and you're completely in touch with your whole entire self. Today, we dig into healing through embodiment with Erica Wiederlight, an embodiment specialist in training with The School of Sacred Embodiment and a confidence coach for self-love, sexual empowerment, pleasure, and dating. 

In this beautiful chat, we discuss the depth of embodiment and the importance of being in tune with your body at all times – not just during yoga or pole dancing classes. Erica also shares her growth journey and how she realized full embodiment releases any and all performative aspects of movement work. We touch on Erica's gift for teaching, the cyclical nature of holding, and how her neurodivergence impacted her relationship to self-discovery, worthiness, and inclusive coaching.

In episode 446 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(1:12) The revelations in self-love and soul liberation Erica experienced this year 

(4:59) Overcoming a tendency to manage others’ comfort 

(11:35) How Erica applies her complete understanding of embodiment to her coaching

(14:00) Mending your relationship to worthiness 

(23:21) Performative movement work

(32:25) The ways Erica cultivates community in relation to her neurodivergence 

(45:40) Why you have to feel transformative embodiment for yourself 

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Nov 13, 2023

As we navigate the major events happening in our world, it's so important to take moments to celebrate our personal victories and reflect on the progress of our healing journey. In this episode, our guest Michelle Durst shares her story on addiction and codependency recovery. She talks about the valuable lessons she has learned throughout her process that have led her to spiritual strength and support. 

In our conversation, we discuss the discomfort of pursuing our desires, how staying in a harmful relationship can reflect our own unwell state, and the importance of self-awareness when making choices. We also touch on managing feelings of regret and transitioning from being a victim to embracing self-love and acceptance.

In episode 445 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(2:55) Michelle’s experience in recovery programs 

(7:40) Titration and integration as they relate to a healthy healing process

(12:58) Being in a positive relationship after addiction treatment 

(17:48) How to determine when to stay or when to leave situations

(22:24) The difference between love and codependency

(35:49) Regaining a sense of self and recognizing choices 

(38:10) Navigating regret and releasing a grip on the past 

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Nov 6, 2023

Today, we are joined by Sara Kassem –  a healer, therapist, dear friend, and Wild Soul Community member, for a vulnerable conversation on humility and self-forgiveness in a spiritual healing journey. Sara opens up about her challenges with relinquishing control while accepting the healing process and shares how she shifted from a self-blaming and self-reliant paradigm to one of self-acceptance and welcoming love and support from others. 

Throughout the episode, we explore the relationship between a spiritual connection and accessing humility, how to release your shame, the difference between intention and impact, and why it's important to embrace mistakes to learn from them. Sara highlights the role of forgiveness and seeking truth in humanity and offers advice for reclaiming your authentic energy – regardless of what those around you may think. 

In episode 444 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(1:56) Sara’s healing journey and her background in social work 

(7:20) Rephrasing the concept of an internalizer and an externalizer 

(13:15) Advice for breaking free from perceptions, embracing messiness, and releasing shame 

(21:20) Impact versus intent and why it’s not your responsibility to make others comfortable 

(32:35) How to cultivate humility from healing 

(38:29) Accessing humility through spiritual connections 

(42:16) The undeniable need for titration, integration, and community support in healing 

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Oct 30, 2023

Our world is experiencing atrocious and unthinkable trauma, and overconsuming and sharing on social media can be incredibly overwhelming and unhelpful. Today, we discuss the importance of regulating ourselves in a variety of ways during times of crisis and what we can do as individuals to contribute to positive change. 

Shifting towards collectivism, trust, cooperation, and humility takes time and patience, as does any healing process. Throughout the episode, you’ll hear offerings for how to maintain as much emotional balance as possible during chaotic times, honor your capacity for contributions, and prioritize yourself as a means to reduce collective energetic upheaval.

In episode 443 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(3:22) The essential qualities of villages

(7:30) Navigating disinformation and misinformation on social media 

(12:14) Protecting your emotional well-being while staying informed during difficult times 

(16:24) How to avoid adding chaotic and dysregulated energy to the collective during crises

(21:34) The necessity of integration for sustainable change 

(23:55) The paragraph surrounding Audre Lorde’s quote, “the master's tools will never dismantle the master's house” 

(26:39) Honoring the function of a collective and why trying to do more than our share can perpetuate systems of oppression 

(32:32) An invitation for group discussions and reflections 

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Oct 23, 2023

Today I’m exploring the working definition of Spiritual Futurism specific to The School of Sacred Embodiment. At its core, this interpretation of Spiritual Futurism calls on us to re-evaluate our connection with the divine, freeing ourselves from outdated patriarchal and colonized influences and returning to our ancestral and indigenous roots. With this approach, we can revitalize ancient traditions to fit our modern needs. 

In this episode, I share how incorporating this concept into mystical leadership cultivates an open space to guide others with empathy and understanding rather than imposing rigid expectations. The result? Stronger, more compassionate communities that foster growth, an openness to reflection, and a willingness to refine. 

In episode 442 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(1:56) How contemporary spiritual leaders differ from ancient mystics and guides 

(7:53) Why energetic dependency influences communities and containers 

(12:46) The beauty of connecting in intimate and mixed community spaces

(20:55) The School of Sacred Embodiment’s working definition of Spiritual Futurism 

(22:54) How Spiritual Futurism can bring mystics, healers and priestesses into the mainstream

(25:51) The harm caused by leaders who interpret ancient materials without considering our modern world 

(30:00) Mystical leadership compared to traditional church structures and other forms of spirituality and coaching 

(35:38) The challenge of stepping into collectivism in a world full of individualism 

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Sep 18, 2023

In this episode, we’re taking a deeper look at Body Love + Reverence. 

Relating to our bodies is something that's interwoven into every single day and moment of our lives. This is the main reason I’m so passionate about bringing love and reverence to the experience of having a body for women. 

In episode 439 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(2:37) How major industries have made women feel unhappy and dissatisfied with their bodies

(6:48) Why the pillars of Body Love + Reverence are for anyone, regardless of the relationship with your body

(8:33) Body Love + Reverence Pillar #1: Sensual healing is about being able to tune into your self and feel and know the truth in your body

(9:29) Body Love + Reverence Pillar #2: Beauty as medicine is deciding what our own perception of beauty is, and developing the “eye of the beholder” in all areas of life

(11:27) Body Love + Reverence Pillar #3: Working with your intuition allows for presence, which enables us to fully tap into the human and soul self 

(14:49) Body Love + Reverence Pillar #4: Energetic awareness shows you how powerful you really are, and taps into potential you didn’t know you had. This releases unprecedented reverence for the body 

(15:26) Body Love + Reverence Pillar #5: Sacredness of every body means every single person’s body is sacred. What would you do if you knew how sacred you really are?

(17:02) Benefits of body love + reverence 

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Sep 11, 2023

Welcome to the final part of my “40 Lessons in 40 Years” series. Today, we wrap up with lessons  31 to 40, exploring topics like patience, healing, and body love and reverence. 

I believe in being with life wherever it is at this moment, but also chipping away at things to get to the other side. Many of these lessons reflect how we can honor each of our individual paths while also using discernment and compassion to help us make choices toward continual (and collective) growth.

I believe there are infinite amounts of resources existing within us, waiting to be remembered and reactivated. If any of the lessons in the series helped you at all, I’d love to hear from you! 

In episode 439 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(1:18) Lesson #31: One of the best uses of prayer - to pray for people to receive exactly what they need, not what we think they need. 

(4:39) Lesson #32: We have to face evil and negative energy and transmute them, or they will persist. 

(9:09) Lesson #33: Energy vampires have a way of draining your lifeforce, getting their fix, and not changing. 

(14:49) Lesson #34: There are some things we may never fully heal or get over, but aim to get to a place where it just doesn't affect you the way it used to anymore.

(17:24) Lesson #35: Invite in reverence, which is many steps beyond respect, as a beautiful way of experiencing more grace in your life. 

(17:58) Lesson #36: Stored in our souls is more wisdom, knowledge and experience the most of us will ever tap into and fully remember, in any one single lifetime, 

(18:58) Lesson #37: We all need people in our lives that we can be our most unevolved selves wuth. Get you some of those people, and if you already have them, cherish them dearly! 

(20:16) Lesson #38: On being on the aromantic spectrum. Until I was 38 years old, I thought I wanted a partner. It turns out, I really don't. 

(23:57) Lesson #39: Slowing down is magical, and learning the difference between impulse and intuition in the body is good for the soul. 

(27:06) Lesson #40: Everything you've ever needed has always been inside of you.  

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Sep 4, 2023

As I approach my 40th birthday next week, I’ve been reflecting on the experiences that shape the foundation of my value system and understanding of the world around me. In this episode, I delve into lessons 21 to 30 of my “40 Lessons in 40 Years” series, exploring topics like reciprocity, embodiment, and identity. 

When it comes to my relationships, health, career – honestly, everything in my life – I’m committed to trusting my embodied awareness. I’m all about meeting people where they are, but I’ve also realized that I need to be okay with where I am and let my inner-knowing guide the way. I hope this series sparks something in you to think about your innate wisdom and what lessons you’ve picked up along the way. If anything resonates with you (or doesn’t), I’d love to hear from you! 

In episode 439 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(1:28) Lesson #21: Reciprocity is great to integrate into your value system to just ensure that you're not constantly burning yourself out and over-giving. 

(4:20) Lesson #22: Be discerning about marketing versus information. 

(9:22) Lesson #23: Differentiate between healthcare and illness scare (h/t to Anita Moorjani)

(10:25) Lesson #24: Be careful what you identify with and hold on to all your identities with a flexible grip.

(12:42) Lesson #25: Practice less armchair diagnosing and more discernment around what kind of behavior, treatment, and communication works best for you.

(13:50) Lesson #26: We do not need to understand things or how and why they happen in order to heal, grow, and learn from them. 

(14:39) Lesson #27: People let attachment to (and weird definitions of) morality interfere with good decision making.

(15:06) Lesson #28: Here on Earth where love is extremely powerful and potent, but we also have free will with our truth, integrity, compassion, and forgiveness, love is just not enough sometimes. 

(15:35) Lesson #29: Expressive arts are so important because sometimes we need stories in order to feel and acknowledge what we’re actually going through. 

(17:50) Lesson #30: It’s really important to create levels in my work and be clear about who is meant for each offering. 

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Aug 28, 2023

Lessons 11 through 20 in my “40 Lessons in 40 Years” series all stem from one overarching theme: lead with curiosity. When I get curious with myself and the world around me, there’s so much potential for compassion, healing, and discovery. 

In this episode, I reflect on some of my deepest liberatory practices, including not taking things personally, prioritizing people who can respect me, and honoring the orientation of my soul. All of the lessons mentioned in this series are extracted from lived experiences, either my own or those around me, so I’d love to hear what resonates with you. See you back here next week for lessons number 21 to 30! 

In episode 438 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(0:47) Lesson #11: Allowing other people to have their own experiences is one of the most liberating practices that any of us can ever have.

(4:32) Lesson #12: Don’t take things personally, or make things about you.

(7:03) Lesson #13: Chronological age doesn't guarantee or determine as much as we think it should, would or does towards people's maturity.

(8:33) Lesson #14: None of us should waste our time with people who don't respect us. 

(10:32) Lesson #15: Give the most time to people who see, honor, cherish, revere, and respect you for who you really are.

(15:27) Lesson #16: If any part of your identity is part of a norm, it's very important for you to learn about the lived experiences, and gain some insight and competence about the experiences of those who aren't part of the same norm that you are. 

(18:22) Lesson #17: Money is important for survival, but it ain't all that. 

(20:27) Lesson #18: Younger souls are here to manifest and older souls are here to serve God.

(24:10) Lesson #19: Accepting who and where you are, and accepting responsibility for your life, is also a liberatory practice.

(26:32) Lesson #20: Sometimes it's helpful to learn the rules so you can break them. 

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Aug 21, 2023

We’re officially in the birthday portal, people! Over the next four episodes, I’ll be sharing 40 Lessons in 40 Years. This week’s episode covers the first 10 along with some stories and insights as always. 

To celebrate my 40th birthday and 10 years of the School of Sacred Embodiment I’m releasing two new offerings in September - the CHERISH retreat happening in Spain, Fall of 2024 and a Body Love and Reverence course. Stay tuned for both!

Enjoy this first installment of 40 Lessons in 40 Years and be sure to tune in next week for Part II. 



In episode 437 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(1:56) The happiness of numerical age catching up to wisdom 

(3:39) Lessons 1–5 about inner knowing and honoring internal cycles and rhythms 

(9:53) Lessons 6–10 about utilizing our tools and taking inventory within our life

(15:41) How to find consistency that is applicable to you

(22:11) Social media’s long-term effect on all of our brains 

(27:41) A discussion about hierarchy and equality vs. equitability 




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Aug 14, 2023

In this episode, I am getting into morning routines, sacred embodiment style. Instead of telling you what to do, I’m going to share a few stories, read a poem, and invite you into what I share about my morning routine, Body Love and Reverence, and the beautiful ripple effect falling in love with your body creates (spoiler: it has to do with way more than what you look like!)

I always do a birthday offering, and this year is doubly exciting. There’s a celebration coming up in September to celebrate my birthday and 10 years of the School of Sacred Embodiment, plus I share details about the CHERISH retreat happening in Spain, Fall of 2024. 

If morning routines allude you or you’re tight on time in the morning and tend to skip it, I hope this episode gives you space for your own sacred morning embodiment practice to emerge, since as I like to remind people constantly,  something is always better than nothing.



In episode 436 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:

(2:45) How sensual language inspires embodiment practice

(4:12) A poem inspired by my Sacred Embodied Specialist class

(7:22) My personal sacred embodiment morning routine and the practice of noticing yourself

(10:17) The value of Body Love and reverence

(12:24) How intentional connection creates a ripple effect throughout your day no matter how long you take to do it




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