Welcome to the ReWild Yourself Podcast! I’m Daniel Vitalis, and I’ll be your guide through the world of human zoology and lifestyle design. We’ll explore the strategies that ancient apes need to thrive in a modern world, awakening our instincts, and freeing our bodies –– and minds –– from the degenerative effects of human domestication.
Welcome to the ReWild Yourself Podcast! I’m Daniel Vitalis, and I’ll be your guide through the world of human zoology and lifestyle design. We’ll explore the strategies that ancient apes need to thrive in a modern world, awakening our instincts, and freeing our bodies –– and minds –– from the degenerative effects of human domestication.
Join Katy Bowman, biomechanist, author, and leader in the Movement Movement for conversations on how movement affects not only the shapes of our bodies but the shape of our life.
Rank #1: Episode 85: Between the Lines - It Starts With Feet.
Katy Bowman tells Stephanie Domet why she’s written two books about feet, and why she could easily write a bunch more. Simple Steps to Foot Pain Relief: https://nutritiousmovement.com/product/every-womans-guide-to-foot-pain-relief/ Whole Body Barefoot: https://nutritiousmovement.com/product/whole-body-barefoot/ Minimal shoes of all kinds: https://nutritiousmovement.com/shoes-the-list/
Rank #2: Episode 32- Enter the Gait Lab.
Do you walk? Is the nutritional value of your walking the equivalent of eating only. Cheese Puffs for sustenance? Walking, like every natural human movement, comes with its own host of variables that provide our bodies the loads required for optimal health and expression. Listen as Katy gives a clear and understandable explanation as to why we need to consider both the micro- and macronutrients of walking and how to get more of them.
For The Wild Podcast is a forum where we discuss the critical ideas of our time and parlay them into action for the regeneration of natural communities. Key topics include the rediscovery of wild nature, ecological renewal and resistance, and healing from the trauma of individualistic society. We will travel deep into ancient forests, and enter the minds of Earth-based people, rekindling the mysteries of intuition. We will join today’s brightest visionaries in this momentous work of reimagining a world where humanity can find its way back into the web of life.
Rank #1: ADRIENNE MAREE BROWN on Pleasure as Birthright /115.
adrienne maree brown begins this week’s episode by asking, “If we were not ashamed of our pleasure, what would become possible? If we started to understand that pleasure is something that everyone should have access to, what would become possible?” This week on For The Wild, we are exploring how to embody pleasure in its many forms with adrienne maree brown. Drawing upon Audre Lorde’s seminal publication, Uses of the Erotic: The Erotic as Power, adrienne maree brown’s latest book, Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good, reiterates how once we truly know the pleasure of being alive, suffering becomes unimaginable. Above all, pleasure resides in our body, but many of us seem to forget this through lifetimes of social conditioning, performative identities, and the multitude of ways in which capitalism and patriarchy have filtered love and desire through the lens of ownership. Yet, whether we are cognizant of this or not, our pleasure and our liberation remain inextricably bound together.adrienne maree brown is the author of Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds and Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good and co-editor of Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction from Social Justice Movements. adrienne facilitates social justice and Black liberation through the Emergent Strategy Ideation Institute, the Detroit Narrative Agency and is part of Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity. She and her sister, Autumn Brown, co-host the How to Survive the End of the World podcast.This captivating conversation explores how the denial of pleasure contributes to our own oppression, how radical honesty and kindness can transform our relationships, moving through the limitations placed on radical imagination and desire, the importance of pleasure beyond sex, and how our pain and sorrow is a measurement of our pleasure and joy. We hope this conversation inspires you in your own experimentation when it comes to acceptance, desire, and liberated relationships as we collectively pursue sustainable long-term pleasure.You can purchase Pleasure Activism here, https://www.akpress.org/pleasure-activism.htmlMusic by The Boom Booms http://theboombooms.comJB The First Lady https://www.jbthefirstlady.ca/ Small Town Artillery https://smalltownartillery.com/
Rank #2: TERRY TEMPEST WILLIAMS on Sacred Rage and the Battle for Public Lands /54.
We are at a crossroads. We can continue on the path we have been on, in this nation that privileges profit over people and land; or we can unite as citizens with a common cause--the health and wealth of the Earth that sustains us. If we cannot commit to this kind of fundamental shift, then democracy becomes another myth perpetuated by those in power.”- Terry Tempest Williams, Land of Hour.This week on For The Wild is Terry Tempest Williams. Williams is a prolific writer who speaks out on behalf of an ethical stance toward life. A naturalist and fierce advocate for freedom of speech, she has consistently shown us how environmental issues are social issues that ultimately become matters of justice..A native of Utah, her naturalist writing has been richly influenced by the sprawling landscape of the West. Her most recent book is The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America’s National Parks where her writing is described to "follow wilderness trails into the realm of memory and family, exploring gender and community through the prism of landscape." .This conversation invites insight into renewed relational understanding of land, sacred rage, and protecting the breathing spaces of public lands. Terry Tempest Williams guides us to explore acts of the imagination into our shifts of consciousness and expanding our sense of family to both human and wild. For the identity of Americans, we are facing a welcome and necessary shift towards mindful reverence, active respect, and intentional renewal of our remaining open public spaces.
The Life Stylist Podcast is a show for people dedicated to living life at the highest level of human potential.Our host Luke Storey brings you the most thought-provoking interviews with the most prominent experts in the fields of health, spirituality, and personal development. Past guests have included relationship guru John Gray, vegan athlete Rich Roll, fitness master Ben Greenfield, health food guru David Wolfe, legendary biohacker Dave Asprey, as well as world-renowned spiritual teachers like Dr. Bruce Lipton, Byron Katie, and Sharon Salzberg. The show covers an ever-expanding range of topics including sex and relationships, yoga, meditation, smart drugs, health myths and medical conspiracies, spirituality, mindfulness, health food and supplementation, herbs and alternative medicine, and digs deep into biohacking technologies and tactics. Luke Storey is a former celebrity fashion stylist, motivational speaker, and thought leader who has spent the past twenty-three years relentlessly searching the world over to design the ultimate lifestyle. Using The Life Stylist Podcast as his delivery platform, Luke continues to share his strategies for healing, happiness, and high-performance living each week to inspire people worldwide to transform their mind, body, and spirit.
Rank #1: Free + Native: Manifesting The Metaphysical With Lacy Phillips #96.
Do you like yourself? If so how much? Can you go so far as to say that you genuinely love and accept yourself? Do you have the level of success on the material plane that you feel you deserve or are you continually struggling to measure up to your self-imposed expectations, only to fall short repeatedly? Have you ever contemplated the degree to which the results you achieve from your daily efforts in life are directly and exclusively dictated by your subconscious opinions of yourself? Did you know that it’s possible to change your relationship to yourself, and create one that truly honors who your are, in your most authentic expression? Our guest Lacy Phillips is going to show you exactly how your past trauma led to your current shame, and how and why you might just be your own worst enemy in the struggle to create a life of meaning and fulfillment. She's spent years examining and overcoming her personal limiting beliefs and teaching others to do the same. Lacy provides us with a roadmap by which to dismantle the hidden walls which keep us in predictable, repetitive patterns of playing small and not living up to our highest potential. In this episode, you'll get the recipe to Lacy's secret sauce of success, and learn not only how to identify exactly what thoughts and habits are holding you back, but also how to use the power of manifestation to create the life you were indeed born to live. There is a life of pure freedom and abundance available to us all, as long as we're courageous enough to walk through the shadows to discover it. So get out your flashlight, and get ready to start doing some deep explorations into the recesses of your consciousness, as we exit the matrix of falsehood and enter the great reality of your innate potential. Please take a moment to share this episode with one friend who could use some support and encouragement in their life. To your success, Luke For more about today's episode Listen on YouTube! Topics Discussed on Today's Episode: The game of life and how to play it Ego as the shadow, the unconscious mind and how to control it without letting it control you Her story: how at 25 decided to throw out everything she knew about manifestation and decided to start listening to her own intuition, and what her higher power was telling her How she developed her own process of manifestation that she now teaches to clients How she uses NLP in her practice Discussions on what the EGO really is The film The Secret, Abraham Hicks and whether or not the law of attraction is real How to develop self worth Manifesting what you want yet not defining yourself by externals and materialism How she developed the vision of your brand and work Why she chose the word manifestation over life coaching, or training, or many of the common words we hear Should people feel guilty for making money out of teaching spiritual material? How she survived her many dark nights of the soul How to overcome issue like abandonment, the shadow self, and inner child early trauma How to rid ourselves co-dependency issues and how we got them to begin with How to overcome low self-worth, shame, and limiting beliefs Getting rid of negative thoughts about our bodies What’s up with the current awakening of powerful, yet feminine women in the ‘now age’ in our current spiritual movement How she finds balance in the feminine energy of her content and teaching while still being a badass business woman Lifestyle recommendations MY 90-DAY LIFESTYLE DESIGN COACHING PROGRAM Your opportunity to work with me one-on-one. Upgrade your life through my proven system of revolutionary mental, physical and emotional transformation. Only 5 spots available. Apply now for a 15-minute assessment call. THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: EARTH RUNNERS. Minimalist earthing sandals. If you follow me on IG you know that I wear these 95% of the time. Yes, even to parties in Hollywood. They look really dope and improve your biomechanics and the way you walk. But what’s even cooler is that they are grounded via a conductive thread on the straps and a copper plug on the bottom. You’ve been listening to my shows and know how crucial that is. You can watch testing videos with a voltmeter, showing the effect of the sandals in an EMF field. Also featuring a hemp footbed. Save 10% using coupon code "STOREY10" HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Starting and growing a podcast requires a ton of time, energy, and money. Do you appreciate this information, and want to support my mission to deliver as much life enhancing information as possible to as many people as possible? The easiest, and most effective way you can help is to do this: 1. Go to Lukestorey.com/support and donate towards show production costs 2. Subscribe to the show by clicking “subscribe” in iTunes 3. Write us a review in iTunes 4. Share this show with 1 friend right now You’d be amazed how much these four simple steps do to help us grow! Here’s the magic link for reviews. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for listening, and joining me on this journey we call life.
Rank #2: John Wineland: What Men Crave & What Women Want #31.
We all want to be loved. I mean at the end of the day, isn’t that the hidden motive behind so many of our decisions and behaviors? When a man posts an image of his Porsche, or Rolex on Facebook, or a woman posts sexy shots of her Chanel handbag and cleavage on Instagram isn’t a desire for love the underlying motive at play? Is not proving one’s social status to the world, after all, just a thinly veiled cry for love? Throughout my life, I have observed that a vast majority of time and energy spent has been in the pursuit of love and approval from others, whether that be directly or indirectly. Perhaps there is even a small part of me sitting here writing this intro that has a desire to appear evolved, or intelligent in order to be well-liked, popular, and ultimately loved. So what's wrong with wanting love in our lives? There is of course nothing wrong with wanting it. But what do we do with it once we’ve found it? The problem is that once we figure out how to flirt, date, and make love we often find ourselves in relationship with another human with virtually no clue how to navigate that terrain successfully. Do to negative social programming, and misinformation, most of us spend years of our lives endlessly breaking hearts and having ours broken in return, as a result of a fundamental lack of understanding of what makes the opposite sex tick. Despite the politically correct narrative in our current culture, the fact remains that on a biological level, males and females are not the same. We ultimately crave the same love, but we go about getting and giving it in such different ways. In this episode, we take a truly intimate look at what men and women want from each other, and how we can learn to give and receive that which is so deeply desired to one another in an honest, and sustainable way. Consider this interview a lesson in myth-busting, and paradigm shifting. Remember to keep an open mind, but more importantly- an open heart. Please share this with someone you know who desires more fulfilling, loving relationships in their life. Maybe even that someone with whom you’re currently in love. Blessings to you and yours, Luke HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Starting and growing a podcast requires a ton of time, energy, and money. Do you appreciate this information, and want to support my mission to deliver as much life enhancing information as possible to as many people as possible? The easiest, and most effective way you can help is to do this: 1. Go to Lukestorey.com/support and donate towards show production costs 2. Subscribe to the show by clicking “subscribe” in iTunes 3. Write us a review in iTunes 4. Share this show with 1 friend right now You’d be amazed how much these four simple steps do to help us grow! Here’s the magic link for reviews: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-life-stylist-podcast/id1121467751?mt=2 Thank you from the bottom of my heart for listening, and joining me on this journey we call life.
Ancestral Health Radio is a weekly podcast hosted by James Kevin Broderick and is dedicated to bridging the divide between modern technology and our inherent ancestral wisdom. Learn to realign your genetic makeup for peak health, fitness, and longevity with actionable how-to advice from today's leaders in nutrition, movement, and lifestyle.
Rank #1: Dr. Jack Kruse: How to Become a Mito-Hacker Using Light, Water, and Magnetism | Ep.007.
Are you a mitochondriac? If you don't know what that means, no worries. You will be after this episode. Today's guest, Dr. Jack Kruse — neurosurgeon, mito-hacker, and author of Epi-Paleo Rx: The Prescription for Disease Reversal and Optimal Health — joins me on today's episode as we delve deep into the science of light, water, and magnetism. Today's episode is long and dense. And the show notes... are even longer and perhaps more dense. Jack and I talk water quality, electromagnetism, and why light — or better yet — human photosynthesis — may be more important than food. But I think my favorite part of this episode is when I hit Dr. Kruse with a not-so-brief round of rapid-fire questions hidden near the end. So be sure to stick around. Full disclosure: I forgot to plug in my fancy-pants podcaster mic and the sound quality isn't what it should be. But sue me. What was I going to do? Tell Jack to start over? I don't think so. But in today's episode you'll learn: Why the time of year and the light you eat under may make food toxic, How WiFi effects carbohydrate addiction, The three essential pieces of equipment Jack recommends everyone buy, and... Much, much more. Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher Radio | Google Play | SoundCloud Episode Breakdown Jack discusses what sets his online work apart from the rest of the ancestral health community Jack breaks down what Quantum Mechanics is and how that affects the planet’s food web Why Jack says light is more important than food Why people are addicted to poor light environments Jack discusses how frequencies of light effect our bodies on a cellular level Why proteins, carbohydrates, and fats are linked to light frequencies (340hz) and mitochondrial health Why Jack was mocked by a doctor at Paleo FX for eating a banana How the time of year and the light you eat under can make food toxic What Jack says made his work controversial Why Jack pushes people to ask for a farmer’s growth chart at farmer’s markets Why farmers want to show you what’s seasonal for your latitude and location The problem Jack sees with the ancestral health and paleo movement Why doctors are quantifying zip codes and how they’re related to mitochondrial dysfunction Why Jack says people on LCHF (low-carb high-fat) diets plateau Jack describes why LCHF in a strong UV light environment is an absolute mistake The change Jack wants people to understand Why people in the stroke belt have so many problems with eye diseases Why Jack has found people in the Gulf easier to deal with than people in Nashville Why health gurus need to understand the way they deliver their message is part of their problem (it’s not their words) Why non-native EMF and blue light can raise blood glucose and insulin Why Jack says vitamin D levels are so low in San Diego and LA What is a mitochondriac? Jack’s prescription for anyone who spends most days under fluorescent lights Why you need personal context when describing your health with Dr. Kruse Jack describes the big elephant in the room Why big names in the paleo industry are spending big bucks on lab work Why it’s easier to learn about light, water, and magnetism today than it was 12 years ago One reason why research biochemists and research scientists in the paleo community get upset with Dr. Kruse What happens to our health when we go from 1g to 5g networks Jack shares a story of one of his students and the ill-effects of WiFi How WiFi effects carbohydrate addiction Jack describes non-linear and the duality of light How an electron spin determines free radical signaling How power lines change the electromagnetic field 90,000 kilometers above the earth Why Jack says drinking Malbec wine and eating blueberries on the beach in Mexico wouldn’t have effected James Why is food a half-truth? The labs Dr. Kruse suggests James keep an eye as a baseline The three essential pieces of equipment Jack suggests everyone buy Jack tells a story of hacking his friend’s Mercedes Jack gives two examples of two protocols he gives to his patients Jack explains the tibial compression test and what he uses it for Why wants his patients to be outside, barefoot, in the sun, between the hours of 11am-1pm for 15-30 minutes Red light therapy and how Jack might tell a patient to use it Why Jack doesn’t like the word “biohack” and the word he prefers instead Why the Sphinx is Jack’s poster child Rapid-fire questions (1:01) — DO NOT MISS!
Rank #2: AHR 21: How to Heal and Protect Your Brain From Your Brain's Silent Killers with Dr. David Perlmutter.
What is Leaky Gut Syndrome? Well... Leaky Gut Syndrome, or intestinal hyperpermeability, is where the small gaps in your intestinal wall -- or “tight junctions” -- become loose due to pro-inflammatory foods and stressors. These loose intestinal walls can then lead to inflammation that can affect the whole body by allowing harmful bacteria and toxins to directly enter your bloodstream. Many health experts are now saying that inflammation may be the root cause to many of today’s chronic health diseases. Some of these diseases include--but are not limited to--diabetes, cardiovascular and autoimmune disease, Alzheimer's, Parkinson’s, and even cancer. I’m not trying to scare you guys, but I am trying to get the point across that taking care of your health is much more than eating whole foods. That’s why I’m honored to have Dr. David Perlmutter on episode #20 of Ancestral Health Radio. Not only do David and I talk shop about inflammation and gut permeability, we go deep into the science of how to heal this inflammation from the inside out. In today’s episode, you’ll learn… The direct correlation between diabetes and dementia, What coconut oil, ghee, and turmeric all have in common, How to heal your gut using fats and prebiotic fiber, and… Much, much more. Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher Radio | Google Play | SoundCloud Episode Breakdown Why people are being affected by carbohydrates and grain sensitivities How Leaky Gut Syndrome occurs and increases inflammation in the body The ONE thing that causes chronic diseases (e.g.- cancer, coronary disease, and Alzheimer’s) What ingredient makes up 40% of the foods we eat in America The #1 Cause of Death in the World The Glamorization of Gluten-Free Foods How carbohydrates affect degenerative brain diseases The Correlation between Diabetes and Dementia The BEST cure for Dementia and maladaptive gene expressions A 1960s scare tactic used to distract you from the dangers of sugar What soft drink manufacturers hope you never find out about artificial sweeteners What you do to screw up your gut and how to fix it The Surprising Truth about your Sweet Tooth Why you should embrace cooties Which foods have the highest levels of prebiotic fiber Why Fat is important in your diet How genetically modified fats are affecting your genome The Problem with blanket statements about “high fat” diets Grass-fed beef vs. Most beef sold in stores Which vitamin is vital to heart health and brain health The Debate between Dr. David Perlmutter and Dr. John Douillard How the Mediterranean Diet is often misunderstood Why people who take acid-blocking drugs (e.g. – Prevacid, Nexium, etc.) should beware The myth sold to teens with acne How Autism and gut-bacteria are related What coconut oil, ghee, and turmeric have in common And many, many more...
Ready to devour some inspiring herbal education? We're thrilled to share our very own podcast: Herbal Radio! This community resource is a collection of curated lectures from some of our generation's most esteemed herbalists. These informational talks are from our event, the Free Herbalism Project, audio extracted from our YouTube channel, and more.
Rank #1: Aromatics, Bitters, and Tonics: A Simple System to Support Well-being.
Guido Masé Aromatics, Bitters, and Tonics: A Simple System to Support Well-being There are thousands of plants that are used for health around the world - the sheer number can seem daunting. But there are simple ways to start using these herbs, in safe and effective ways, to maximize wellness for yourself, your friends, and your family. We will explore three classes of botanicals, learn how inextricably tied they are to our own physiologies, and discover the crucial role they play in maintaining vibrant health: aromatic plants, valued for their effects on mind and spirit; bitter plants, essential for digestive health (and more), and tonic plants, which support immune and cardiovascular function. Together, these allies provide a toolkit to help us navigate the modern world with grace and resilience, and reconnect us to the wild world in which we evolved.
Rank #2: Herbal First Aid for the Home with 7Song.
Learn to set up and use a practical home first aid kit. Discover some of the useful plant allies to have around the house and how to apply them to common household maladies. Learn about herbs such as Chaparral, Yarrow, Echinacea, and Willow, as well as different ways to prepare and use these botanical friends. The goal of the class is for participants to feel comfortable responding to general first aid needs. Recorded at the Free Herbalism Project event in Eugene, OR. 7Song is an herbalist, teacher, and naturalist who lives in Ithaca, New York. He is the director and main instructor at the Northeast School of Botanical Medicine and is also a founding member and practitioner at the Ithaca Free Clinic. His focus includes herbal practice, free clinic work, first aid, wildcrafting, and botany. He also spends a lot of time taking photographs of things that run, crawl, fly, or photosynthesize.
The Plant Path is a window into the world of the herbal medicine. With perspectives gleaned from traditional western herbalism, Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine, Alchemy, Medical Astrology, and traditional cultures from around the world, The Plant Path provides unique insights, skills and strategies for the practice of true holistic herbalism. From clinical to spiritual perspectives, we don't just focus on what herbs are "good for," but rather who they are as intelligent beings, and how we can work with them to heal and consciously evolve.
Rank #1: Restoring the Nervous System with Plants.
In our modern day culture of excessive stress, not enough sleep, and the overall stimulating nature of the world, the human nervous system is taxed like it's never been before. Luckily, we have a set of herbal medicines that are specific for not just relaxing tension, but replenishing, rebuilding, and restoring the nervous system- these are generally referred to as nervine trophorestoratives. ———————————— CONNECT WITH SAJAH AND WHITNEY ———————————— To get free in depth mini-courses and videos, visit our blog at: http://www.evolutionaryherbalism.com Get daily inspiration and plant wisdom on our Facebook and Instagram channels: http://www.facebook.com/EvolutionaryHerbalism https://www.instagram.com/evolutionary_herbalism/ Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyP63opAmcpIAQg1M9ShNSQ ———————————— ABOUT SAJAH ———————————— Sajah Popham, founder of Organic Unity and The School of Evolutionary Herbalism, is committed to creating a new paradigm of plant medicine anchored in herbal, medical, and spiritual traditions from around the world. His work integrates the science and spirit of herbal medicine, creating a system that is equally holistic, healing and transformational. His unique synthesis bridges herbalism not only east and west, but north & south, above & below, into a universal philosophy that encompasses indigenous wisdom, Ayurveda, western Alchemy and Spagyrics, Astrology, clinical herbalism, and modern pharmacology. Sajah's vitalist approach utilizes plants not only for physical healing and rejuvenation, but for the evolution of consciousness. He never allopathicallyl focuses on just what a plant is “good for” but rather who the plants are as sentient beings. Sajah’s teachings embody a heartfelt respect, honor and reverence for the vast intelligence of plants in a way that empowers us to look deeper into the nature of our medicines and ourselves. He lives in southern Oregon with his wife where he teaches at his school, makes spagyric medicines, and practices his healing art. For more information about his products and programs, visit www.organic-unity.com & www.evolutionaryherbalism.com ———————————— ABOUT THE PLANT PATH ———————————— The Plant Path provides unique perspectives for the modern practitioner of herbalism that doesn’t just want to “fix what’s broken” in the body, but seeks to serve others with deeper levels of healing and transformation with herbal medicines. A unique synergy of clinical herbalism, alchemy, medical astrology, and herbal traditions from around the world, The Plant Path focuses on giving you a truly “wholistic” perspective on herbal medicine so you never fall into the trap of allopathic herbalism.
Rank #2: Developing Relationships with Botanical Beings - featuring Asia Suler.
Having a connection to the herbal allies you work with is essential to truly accessing the deepest levels of healing offered by plant medicines. But how do you develop a relationship with these botanical beings? In this episode, Asia Suler shares a guide for connecting to the primordial language of nature where we can learn from our plant allies. This connection to the natural world weaves us back into relationship with life. It opens the gateway to guide us in becoming instruments of blessing & healing in the world. In Asia's own words, “We live in a world that is full of medicine. In many origin stories its said that once all beings spoke the same language. And that it wasn't until we forgot this mother tongue that we lost our understanding of our place in the weave of all things, the knowledge of our own part to play in the healing. This is an invitation to remember how to speak that ancient language. The language of interconnection. Of green magic. Of intuition and spirit. It is an invitation to learn how to communicate with the growing world and to rediscover your unique medicine.” --------------------------------------ABOUT OUR GUEST - ASIA SULER: -------------------------------------- Asia Suler is a writer, teacher, mystic and herbalist who lives in the folds of the Blue ridge mountains. She is the creator and concoctress of One Willow Apothecaries, an Appalachian-grown company that offers lovingly handcrafted medicines and alchemical gateways of education. A unique combination of western and energetic herbalism, stone medicine, earth-centered shamanism and intuitive healing, Asia’s work includes private consultations as well as online programs and in-person retreats. You can find out more about Asia's online course, Intuitive Plant Medicine here: https://onewillowapothecaries.com/classes/online-learning/intuitive-plant-medicine/ref/11/ You can follow Asia's work through these channels: www.onewillowapothecaries.com https://www.facebook.com/OneWillowApothecaries/ https://www.instagram.com/onewillow_apothecaries —————————————————————ABOUT YOUR HOST - WHITNEY POPHAM————————————————————— Whitney Popham is an herbal practitioner and educator, pollinating the medicine of the plants to bring healing & beauty into the world. She has devoted her life to being a humble vessel for the plants to touch people's lives and do their healing work through her. Her calling to herbalism began from a deep passion for activism and a vision for creating healing and positive change in the world. Through her own health challenges as a young adult, she experienced the profound healing gifts of plant medicines and then committed her life to helping others reach vibrant levels of health. In her clinical practice she facilitates healing on the emotional, spiritual, and physical levels of health through the multifaceted lens of herbalism, nutrition and Ayurvedic lifestyle coaching. She lives in the serene beauty of Southern Oregon with her husband Sajah Popham, where they live and work together on their 120 acre homestead in the mountains. Together they founded The School of Evolutionary Herbalism, where they teach clinical and transformational plant medicine to heal people, culture and planet through their online programs they offer year-round and workshops they have on the land. She prepares traditional Spagyric herbal remedies from the lineage of Hermetic Alchemy through their product line, Organic Unity, which are used by doctors & practitioners around the world. ————————————ABOUT THE PLANT PATH ———————————— The Plant Path provides unique perspectives for the modern practitioner of herbalism that doesn’t just want to “fix what’s broken” in the body, but seeks to serve others with deeper levels of healing and transformation with herbal medicines. A unique synergy of clinical herbalism, alchemy, medical astrology, and herbal traditions from around the world, The Plant Path focuses on giving you a truly “wholistic” perspective on herbal medicine so you never fall into the trap of allopathic herbalism. ——————————————————HOW TO CONNECT MORE WITH US:—————————————————— To get free in depth mini-courses and videos, visit our blog at: http://www.evolutionaryherbalism.com/blog Get daily inspiration and plant wisdom on our Facebook and Instagram channels: http://www.facebook.com/EvolutionaryHerbalism https://www.instagram.com/evolutionary_herbalism/ Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyP63opAmcpIAQg1M9ShNSQ
Remembering what it is to be human upon the earth // Story is medicine, magic is real, healing is open-ended and endless // Exploring the mythic journeys we undertake when coming to know ourselves through interviews with herbalists, story keepers, ancestral listeners, consciousness explorers, earth dreamers, and other wise folk.
Rank #1: 55. Highly Sensitive People are the Psychedelic Plants of the Human Realm - Lola Pickett.
Empaths are trending right now; let’s dig beneath the surface into what it really means to be empathic and/or to have a highly sensitive nervous system, and then talk about the plant and fungal allies that can help us to relax, recalibrate, and ground. IN THE INTRO: The difference between empathic and highly sensitive people High sensitivity is an evolutionary adaptation Ritual is remembering IN THE INTERVIEW: Part I, Lola interviews me: How I came to walk the plant path My experience as a vegan postpartum woman What fat does for our bodies- resilience and deep nourishment- and why it’s extra important for Highly Sensitive People Remembering the intelligence that is woven throughout every cell in our body (not just the brain) Overcoming the empathic tendency to shut everything out Healing the legacy of highly sensitive/empathic ancestors making harmful decisions in an endeavor to self medicate How psychedelics can help heal and empower HSPs Reishi as an ally The importance of touching something before ingesting it Practicing the felt sense of our food Making a game of tuning into and experimenting with changing the aperture of your sensory gating channels Knowing your strength as an empathic person Part II, I interview Lola: How Lola came into relationship with psilocybin mushrooms Time is the most persistent illusion Knowing that all is well, not as a bypass, but as the deeper reality of nature The stark difference between altering your consciousness recreationally and doing so ceremonially Tracing the motherline to find the medicine that belongs to you Being deep in an ancient cave with the bones of your ancestors Psychedelics, neurogenesis, and healing trauma LINKS: Lola’s website Empath to Power podcast Foundations of Ritual online course with Daniel Foor The Highly Sensitive Person by Dr. Elaine Aron How to Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan The Long Trip: A Prehistory of Psychedelia by Paul Devereaux Medicine Stories Patreon (podcast bonuses!) My website MythicMedicine.love Take my fun Which Healing Herb is Your Spirit Medicine? Quiz Medicine Stories Facebook group Mythic Medicine on Instagram Music by Mariee Sioux (from her beautiful song Wild Eyes)
Rank #2: 26. Ancestral Reverence as Devotion to the Earth - Daniel Foor .
Your body is your ancestor altar, how hungry ghosts affect the living, the earth as the repository of ancestral wisdom, & more... In the Intro: Cleatus B. Wright , January 20, 1929 - February 27th, 1929 In the Interview: The hunger for our ancestors The story of Daniel's first ancestral connection, and the healing that followed The ancestors are the collective wisdom of our species in all its beauty and trauma Time collapses when in communion with the ancestors Not all of the dead are equally well The deeply embedded alcoholism in my fatherline Addiction as the hunger of the dead moving through the bodies of the living, and the act of taking the substance as a form of ancestral communion There are very few personal problems- a look at unmetabolized ancestral pain and systemic injustice The dead can change Ancestral forgetting as a function of the damage wrought by colonialism We don't arrive at healing by exiling those who commit harm: an approach for white folks wishing to address their slave owning/colonizing/oppressive ancestral legacy (rather than ignoring it or living in perpetual guilt) The role of the ancestors in social and earth justice The interweaving of ritual, genealogical research, and healing Synchronicity They are shaking us awake in the burning house- the growing sense of urgency coming to us from the ancestors at this pivotal point in human history The dead are in the earth, and the ancestors are animating the earth that is our bodies Approaching activism in a more ritual oriented way When a child is a returning of an ancestral lineage, mothering is my main form of ancestral reverence, and remembering that our children are the future ancestors of our further descendants Are souls that die suddenly lost in limbo? I ask Daniel a vulnerable question about my mom, who died in a car accident in November 2015 The most important way that we prepare for death is to be ethical and kind Animism: living humans are just one kind of person / coming into relationship with the wider web of being Links: Daniel's website AncestralMedicine.com My website MythicMedicine.love Medicine Stories Patreon (podcast bonuses!) The Medicine Stories Facebook group Take my fun Which Healing Herb is Your Spirit Medicine? quiz Mythic Medicine on Instagram Music by Mariee Sioux (from her beautiful song Wild Eyes)
The Herbal Highway enhances the community’s knowledge of herbal medicine and alternative choices to standard medical practices for healing. In order to have balanced life, The Herbal Highway actively supports and promotes Indigenous land rights, protection of sacred sites and the sustainability of the Earth as integral parts of individual, community and global healing.Hosted and produced by Karyn Sanders and Sarah Holmes.
Rank #1: Food and Drink as Herbal Medicine – September 24, 2019.
Guest host Renée Camila  interviews Lola Venado  about kitchen herbalism. Also known as The Botanical Bruja, Lola Venado is dedicated to making herbal medicine accessible and delicious. http://www.sistersofthewest.com https://lolavenado.com/
Rank #2: Herbs & Ritual for Death, Grief and Letting Go – October 22, 2019.
Guest host Emiliano Lemus  interviews Rev. Claire Chuck Bohman  about rituals and plants to support death and dying. As we settle into autumn and the season of Samhain and Día de los Muertos, we explore how herbs can help us connect with our deceased loved ones and ancestors, examine our relationships to death, and hold people at the end of their lives. http://emilianolemus.com http://herbalchaplain.com/
Discussions about Alternative Health | Herbalism | Ayurveda | Detox | Rejuvenation | Spirituality with Monica Tomasi Herbalist, Ayurvedic Practitioner and Herb Nerd from TheHerbNerdPodcast.com. Empowering folks all around the world to feel empower to start an Herbal Revolution by revealing how to create and sustain a balanced life by sharing simple tips and inspiration. Interviews with grassroots vibrant and diverse Herbalists, Teachers, Gardeners and Authors talk about a variety of topics such as self healing, herbalism, health, flower essences, pregnancy, emotional healing, herbal home remedies, shamanic healing, lifestyle support, herbal gardening, herbal folk medicine and spirituality. The Herb Nerd Podcast is an educational resource, so stay tuned for a new discovery about the many musing of the herbal and spiritual world.
Rank #1:  Reishi Mushroom Magic part 1 - Dr. Phil Garrison.
Today you are in for an absolute treat!We are incredibly fortunate to have Dr. Phil Garrison DAOM on the show today. Dr. Phil is a former Herbal Consultant at K’an Herb Company (Santa Cruz, CA) and a former Instructor of Chinese Herbalism at Five Branches University (Santa Cruz, CA). He currently practices Chinese herbalism in the San Diego area, is the Chief Science Officer at Immortality Alchemy, LLC, and teaches Chinese medical classics in the doctoral program at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. What You'll Learn By Listening... What the heck is the triple warmer in Chinese medicine? What is the doctor of signatures of the Reishi mushroom? And how does it increase radiant health and longevity. How does Chinese medicine observe the natural rhythms of the seasons? Don't forget to Subscribe!
Rank #2:  Radical Sexual Embodiment and Essential Oils for Winter- Magdalena Curtis.
Today you are in for an absolute treat!We are incredibly fortunate to have Magdalena Curtis on the podcast to talk about Radical Sexual Embodiment! What You'll Learn By Listening... What is radical sexual embodiment? How can we learn to connect deeper to our true self and explore our deepest desires? How can we cultivate more creativity into our lives? We also talk about establishing deep connections with other women and cultivating strength and power within each other. Don't forget to Subscribe!
Herbal Medicine is People's Medicine: simple, safe, effective. Bring your curiosity and health questions. Susun will enlighten, surprise, and delight you..
Rank #1: Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed & Naughty Nutritionalist Kaayla T. Daniel.
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Kaala T. Daniel. KAAYLA T. DANIEL, PhD is known as The Naughty Nutritionist®because she “tells the truth that’s too hot to handle.” Kaayla is coauthor of the bestselling book Nourishing Broth: An Old-Fashioned Remedy for the Modern World (2014) and the author of The Whole Soy Story:The Dark Side of America's Favorite Health Food (2005). She received the Integrity in Science Award from the Weston A. Price Foundation in 2005, the Health Freedom Fighter Award from Freedom Law School in 2009, and the BadAss Award from the Paleo-Primal-Price Foundation in 2015. this episode Q&A includes:• our idea of detoxing is to damage and destroy...• nettle contains calcium salts which is calcium in many forms providing your body with what it needs...• enzymes in foods can be killed at temperatures over 110°- so does the hydrochloric acid in you stomach...• seborrheic dermatitis on 11 year old- do you want to be in charge? oil infused with one of these herbs- hypericum, plantain, calendula...• diarrhea- eat applesauce- pectin normalizes that bowels...• edema- cleavers tincture or poke root tincture in 1/2-1 DROP doses...• essential oils in toothpaste- use anti-infective herbs to brush with such as yarrow tincture...• osteoporosis- lifestyle medicine- yogurt, increase physical activity, drink nourishing herbal infusions...• ashwagandha- there are herbs that are cheaper, easier to get and taste better..• abnormal cells on the cervix- be really clear and really specific with you doctor about issues 'Down There'- they will cut, steal, grab and take and you will not be able to get it back...
Rank #2: Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed & Psilocybin Therapy Eric Osborne.
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Eric Osborne. Eric is the founder of Magnificent Mushrooms gourmet mushroom farm and consulting, Indiana’s first State recognized Wild Mushroom Expert and a conscientious psychonaut, Eric began working in underground Psilocybin therapy for five years before being arrested. Informed of his activities, police raided his farm and home, charged him with three class B felonies and turned his life upside down.Unwilling to be thwarted, after his release from incarceration Eric founded the 501(c)(3) organization PLEDG INC. (Psychedelic Liberation Education Discipline and Guidance), the for-profit venture MycoMeditations, a legal psilocybin retreat program in rural Jamaica and MycoMeditations Podcast. A husband, father of three and passionate about psychedelic healing, Eric has used hurdles as inspiration to bring forward the medicine of mushrooms.this episode Q&A includes:• painful injury- RICE, skullcap tincture, hypericum tincture, comfrey, high cbd..• herbal first aid works best when it is used first..• which comfrey is safe to use?• yarrow used as a dentifrice..• chaparral used as tea or tincture?• comfrey is a toughener- gets the job done!• type II diabetes- nourishing herbal infusions, increasing physical activity..• blue light kills MRSA..• depression- antidepressants are overpriced, addictive placebos- get angry!
Every week we're gathering together the thought leaders and experts who are helping us all to more happily inhabit our bodies. Whether you're trying to sort out pain or injury in your own body, or are just a lovable body nerd, we're here for you.
Rank #1: Ep 49: Inflammation and Connective Tissue with Helene Langevin.
Dr. Helene Langevin of Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital, University of Vermont College of Medicine, and The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine talks about her research on acupuncture, stretching, connective tissue, cancer, inflammation resolution, and the bridges between all of those subjects.
Rank #2: Episode 11: Tom Myers: Mapping the Anatomy of Connection.
Tom Myers, founder of Anatomy Trains and Kinesis Myofascial Integration, talks about the history of Anatomy Trains and how he came to chart connections through the fascial fabric, where Newtonian biomechanics fall short, fascia as the 3rd big autoregulatory system, what Kinesthetic IQ is and why it matters, common misconceptions about fascia, and more. Phew! Lots of good stuff!
In this podcast we’ll be RECLAIMING and RECONNECTING to the wildest and most empowering aspects of the feminine! We’ll explore a variety of practices from the sacred traditions of shamanism, tantra and astrology in order to uncover and step into the mysteries and the authentic power of the feminine. This is a chance to deepen your connection to your TRUE self, activate and embody the full power of the feminine within, understand and step further into your unique archetypes, reclaim your fullness and aliveness as a woman, deepen your sense of meaning and purpose, and unlock your full potential!
Rank #1: Shadow Work: How to Do It – Episode 69.
Engaging in shadow work is one of the most profound gifts we can give ourselves. With 95% of our inner workings operating in the unconscious realms, there is no limit to the mysteries and the power that is held within the hidden aspects of self. In today’s episode, we dive into the subject of the shadow. We explore some of the prevalent patterns and defenses that inhibit us from growing or moving forward. We discuss the various practices that can best serve us in breaking through; and we experience the magic of coming together in circle and how it allows us to go deeper and further on our journey to ‘know thyself’. Clip From Podcast … Please note that the online workshop referred to in this podcast is only available as part of April’s Inner Circle program. In order to receive and participate in the workshop that supports this particular podcast, you’ll need to join Inner Circle by 30 April 2019. ReWilding For Women is a unique set of practices that draws from tantra, shamanism, astrology, meditation, archetypal embodiment, and personal inquiry. Our signature ReWilding practices peel back the inauthentic layers we may have absorbed and assist us in awakening to the fullness of self. Want to join us LIVE for these episodes? Our podcasts are recorded LIVE in video format in our ReWilding For Women private facebook group and you’re more than welcome to join us! Simply click the link and request to join the group. Once you’re in, click on ‘events’ in the group to see when the next LIVE recording takes place. Want to dive deeper into the practices and energies we explore in these podcasts? Check out our upcoming live events on our event page, our online offerings on our home page and our online working circle at ReWilding Inner Circle. While on our site, you can become part of our community by subscribing to our ReWilding newsletter, where we share monthly astrology reports, subscriber-only discounts, and invites to the LIVE recordings of our episodes. Huge love to you and thank you for being here! Sabrina Lynn Full length audio version Shadow Work – in this episode: (Note: times are based on the audio version of this episode.) 0.10: Introduction to Today’s Topic 3.58: Invitation to Join ReWilding Community 5.25: Setting Intentions to Be Here in Circle 8.00: Energetic Differences Between Livestreams and Podcasts 11.30: Bringing Intention and Breathing Into the Circle 14.40: Shadow is Not Left-Brained and Logical – Stepping Beyond That 16.10: Holding the Whole of Your Shadow in Love 19.15: Why It’s Difficult to Access the Shadow 21.11: Just As Many Defenses and Protections Around Stepping Into One’s Light As Into the Darkness 25.00: Question: Which Patterns Do You Use to Protect the Deep and Hidden Stuff? 28.00: Part of the Magic of Coming Together Is Going Places We’d Never Be Able To Go On Our Own 36.00: Asking “What Is not Working?” is a Great Place to Start In Shadow Work 40.30: Doing Both Masculine and Feminine Practices Will Take You Into Different Parts of the Shadow 41.20: Most of Us In Feminine Bodies Are Innately Wired for Feminine Practices 43.00: Feminine Practices – Embodiment Practices, Opening to Shakti, Movement 47.50: Everything is Shadow Work 49.10: Invitation to Join Inner Circle 52.30: Gratitude and Closing Comments Artist Credit: kimeajam/deviantART The post Shadow Work: How to Do It – Episode 69 appeared first on Rewilding for Women.
Rank #2: Stepping Into Your Feminine Power – The Authentic Path – Episode 47.
What holds you back from stepping into your feminine power? How can we excavate sabotaging thoughts and perceived limitations that are buried deep within our psyche? How do we come into alignment and step into our most powerful selves? In today’s episode, we continue to explore the path of awakening and what it means to… The post Stepping Into Your Feminine Power – The Authentic Path – Episode 47 appeared first on Rewilding for Women.
HerbMentor Radio, by LearningHerbs, explores the simplicity and accessibility of edible and medicinal plants in peoples lives. Interviews with herbalists explore herbs, herbal home remedies, herb gardening and more. Hosted by John Gallagher.
Rank #1: Rosemary Gladstar.
Rosemary Gladstar is the author of several books, including best seller Herbal Healing for Women and A Family Herbal. She has taught herbs extensively throughout the U.S. and has led travel adventures worldwide.Rosemary has founded the California School of Herbal Studies, United Plant Savers, co-founded Sage Mountain Herbs, and is a founding member of the Northeast Herb Association. Her experience includes over 30 years in the herbal community as a healer, teacher, visionary and organizer of herbal events.Visit Rosemary at http://www.sagemountain.com
Rank #2: Stephen Harrod Buhner.
Stephen Harrod Buhner is an Earth poet and the award-winning author often books on nature, indigenous cultures, the environment, and herbal medicine. He comes from a long line of healers including Leroy Burney, Surgeon General of the United States under Eisenhower and Kennedy, andElizabeth Lusterheide, a midwife and herbalist who worked in rural Indiana in the early nineteenth century.The greatest influence on his work, however, has been his great-grandfather C.G. Harrod who primarily used botanical medicines, also in rural Indiana, when he began his work as a physician in 1911.Stephen’s work has appeared or been profiled in publications throughout North America and Europe including Common Boundary, Apotheosis, Shaman’s Drum, The New York Times, CNN, and Good Morning America. He has spoken at colleges and conference around thw world, including the United Nations.Stephen’s books include:* Herbal Antibiotics: Natural Alternatives for Treating Drug-Resistant Bacteria* Healing Lyme: Natural Healing & Prevention of Lyme Borreliosis and its Coinfections* The Lost Language of Plants: The Ecological Importance of Plant Medicines for Life on Earth* Sacred Plant Medicine: The Wisdom in Native America Herbalism* Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers: The Secrets of Ancient Fermentation* The Secret Teachings of Plants: The Intelligence of the Heart in the Direct Perception of Nature* The Natural Testosterone Plant: For Sexual Health and Energy* Herbs for Hepatitis C and the Liver…and moreStephen and I started our conversation around old time doctors and kitchen medicine, exploring herbs like ginger, cayenne, and even honey. Then, as I expected and hoped for, Stephen went in some interesting directions. So, though he talks about the effects of accidentally breathing dust from Western Skunk Cabbage, and ingesting some well known toxic plants such as Poison Hemlock…well, I would ask you stay away from using those plants internally.Stephen does offer some amazing gems of information, and you never know when he is going to drop one of them on you. However, there is gold in the overall message he is trying to say. Try to stay in the space of looking at the larger picture of the conversation.Visit http://www.gaianstudies.org
Real Herbalism Radio is the weekly podcast created by The Practical Herbalist team to dish up the saucy bits of the herb world in a format that's easy to listen to on the go or relaxing at home. Your hosts, Sue and Candace, offer you their insights into the world of herbs along with a variety of easy, practical ideas for making herbalism a part of your daily life. They'll help you understand some of the complex and often perplexing aspects of herbalism, decode the language of herbalists, and give you the tools you'll need to make sound, pratical choices for yourself and your family regarding herbal care. They'll take time, too, to examine the latest herbal news topics so you can feel informed as you encounter the places where herbs and herbalism have hit the mainstream media. Read more about us at ThePracticalHerbalist.com
Rank #1: Show 131: Herb Lab - Dr. Michael Tierra - Kratom on Trial.
Kratom is making headlines as both a natural and safe pain reliever AND as a targeted and dangerous herb. After centuries of use in Asia, kratom is just one more herb to join the ranks of analgesic herbs to draw the government's scrutiny. Those that use this plant as an alternative to addictive prescription pain killers are growing increasingly worried that it will become banned by the FDA and DEA leaving patients helpless in the wake of the opioid epidemic.
Rank #2: Show 124: Ashley Litecky Elenbaas - Combine, Adapt and Thrive.
There are some herbal certification programs here in the states and plenty of absolutely wonderful schools many of us attend but the path we each find into the field varies as wildly as the plants themselves. today, we're talking with registered herbalist, yoga instructor and owner of Sky House Yoga, Ashley Litecky Elenbaas, about blending science, energy, world travel and study into a clinical herbal career.
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Rank #1: 'The Ormus Interview' with David Wolfe.
Taking longevity to the next level, David Wolfe reveals untold secrets in mineralization and the alchemical keys to health.
Rank #2: Natural Teeth Tips with Nadine Artemis.
Nadine shares her expertise on essential oils and unique tips for keeping your teeth naturally white and beautiful.