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EP47: Eva Clay on How to Increase Your Libido as a Woman

An acclaimed sexologist, psychotherapist and academic, for over two decades Eva’s been following her mission to illuminate the ménage-a-trois of soul, sex, and science. Eva’s courses are a robust marriage of the profound and the playful, and as a former professor of neuroscience, she bodaciously reminds us that smart is sexy. She’s trained extensively in mind-body therapies such as Somatic Experiencing, Gestalt, Imago Couples Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Interpersonal Neurobiology, and Trauma-Informed Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.  When she’s not teaching, you’ll find her making trouble on a dance floor. Podcast (audio): Play in new window | Download | Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | Stitcher In this episode, Clay shares: How we can increase our libido as women Understanding what causes our body’s libido to decrease How to expand pleasure during love making, i.e, massage rituals Our meaning in the tribe and how to go into death consciously Notes: 3:30- Women’s Libido and how we can increase it 5:50- Hormones, stress & cortisol 9:15- Massage rituals before lovemaking 11:00- Pleasure is healing 12:34- ‘Clearing’ ritual 14:04- Sex after 40 21:12- Meaning in the tribe 26:00- Diving deeper into death 33:11- Go into death consciously 37:35- What is a Reality puncture? 43:22- Commitment to initiating 45:17- Wrapping up Resources: Connect with Eva Clay here How was this episode for you? Leave a comment below and share with your friends. The post EP47: Eva Clay on How to Increase Your Libido as a Woman appeared first on Sistership Circle.

20 Feb 2019

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EP 50: Tanya Lynn on “What the Heck is Circle?”

Tanya Lynn is a “strategic activator” — gifted at coaching women to soar to new heights by putting together a plan that maximizes their talents and strengths and taking bold, courageous actions to fulfill on their intentions. Tanya is the visionary CEO behind the international organization, Sistership Circle, a worldwide sisterhood movement empowering women to step into their true beauty, brilliance and boldness as feminine leaders. She started training facilitators to use her proven 12-week Circle Program based on her bestselling book “Open Your Heart: How to be a New Generation Feminine Leader.” She is also the author of “How to Lead Circle.” She is a respected leader in the industry from clients and colleagues alike because she’s the real deal, living and breathing her work. She believes that the new model of feminine leadership is not about hierarchies of power but about circles of collaboration. For us to become true leaders, we must embrace our sisters as our allies and give one another permission to shine. Podcast (audio): Play in new window | Download | Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | Stitcher In this episode, Tanya shares: How Tanya started leading circles when she didn’t know anything about “the feminine” Why every person on the planet needs circle even though most don’t even know it exists How we reconnect with our heart and soul in circle The four distinctions of circle and how it integrates with our daily lives Notes: 2:10 circle is something everyone needs but most people don’t know they are missing it, or are even present to it, until they experience it. 3:14 – Tanya’s story and formation of first Sistership Circle 5:42 – definition of circle 7:28 – history of circle 9:56 – problems of today and how circle is a solution 11:50 – What we find in circle 15:06 – what we do in circle 15:43 – the main component of our circle is a group share 16:20 – why everyone shares 17:49 – when you share without any feedback, you start to trust your inner authority and what you have to say matters 19:08 – how circle is a transformative experience 19:55 – supplement the group share with movement, paired shares, song, ritual to enhance the intention of the circle 20:20 – The intention of circle is to connect, to heal, to transform and to rise 21:15 – how to be 22:00 – distinctions of circle 25:00 – what you’re going to experience 26:40 – difference between circle and other events 29:10 – circle is not religious, but spiritual Resources: Join one of our circles here How was this episode for you? Leave a comment below and share with your friends. The post EP 50: Tanya Lynn on “What the Heck is Circle?” appeared first on Sistership Circle.

3 May 2019

Rank #2

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EP44: Sora Surya No on Divine Feminine Priestess Entrepreneurship

Sora Surya No is a sacred space holder, strategy alchemist, transformative business coach, corporate leadership consultant, powerful medicine woman, business healer, international retreat leader, inspirational speaker, fire igniter, heart whisperer, and world traveler. She works with sovereign awakened women and men entrepreneurs to incorporate the art of feeling sacred into their business through earth medicine practices. Sora loves to sit in ceremony with others and share the art of holding circle. She leads highly successful individuals and groups through powerful experiences in her mastermind, on retreats, and from the stage. Sora blends real world experience with mystical transformation, ritualistic practices, inner reflection, and deepening community to help soulful leaders create great impact while priestessing their life. She is a believer of sisterhood + community while living a life that is wild, free, and calm. You can find out more about Sora and her work at www.sorasuryano.com. Podcast (audio): Play in new window | Download | Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | Stitcher In this episode, Sora shares: Healing the sister wound and releasing trauma from past relationships with women How women can circulate money amongst each other and merge priestessing/spirituality and money The importance of vision and drive as a priestess on purpose How to stop living on the extreme of spirituality and instead bring circle practices into daily life How to use altars in your home Notes: 2:15: Sora’s evolution from “will you love me?” to feeling inner worth 5:30: Last year as her initiation with lineage and stepping into marriage 7:10: Next evolution = motherhood 10:00: Levels of the sister wound and where you may find yourself 15:50: Reciprocity and honoring the exchange of energy 18:40: Integrating the masculine with your priestess path 22:00: How to bring circle work into life and live life as ceremony 26:30: Finding sisters as anchoring points Resources: Connect with Sora’s Community here See Sora’s gorgeous IG feed here Sora’s Sacred Business Mastermind here How was this episode for you? Leave a comment below and share with your friends. The post EP44: Sora Surya No on Divine Feminine Priestess Entrepreneurship appeared first on Sistership Circle.

15 Apr 2019

Rank #3

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EP 41: Dipika Delmenico on the Divine Feminine Ayurvedic Woman


Dipika Delmenico is an Ayurvedic Medicine Practitioner, Anthroposophic Naturopath, Yoga of Sound teacher, Speaker, and Author of The Ayurvedic Woman. She’s practiced clinically for more than 20 years, treating 1000’s of patients globally with Ayurveda healing wisdom and Mantra.  Dipika is a best selling author of Shine Your Light. She’s the founder of The Radiant Woman Wellness Courses, Alchemy of Sound Programs and Conscious Woman Rising. Dipika works therapeutically with Mantra and Sacred Sound as the original medicine, and medicine of our future.
 Dipika is in service to the renewal of ancient healing mysteries and healing the divine feminine in each of us. Podcast (audio): Play in new window | Download | Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | Stitcher In this episode, Dipika shares: Why women are so powerful and what is the divine feminine is rising Understanding why we cannot reclaim unless we remember How to navigate the various stages of your life as a woman Dispelling the myth that old is bad and you should stay young forever How to tap into nature to make decisions Notes: 2:49: What is Anthroposophic 5:30: How to embody the divine feminine 7:06: The Ancient Vedas say that life depends on woman 10:45: Why we shouldn’t force and push 13:40: What we are remembering as women 17:00: Understanding Ayurveda for women 23:30: Navigating the different phases of a woman’s life 35:30: Dispelling the myth that old is bad and instead honoring the wise woman 41:39: Conscious Woman Rising Resources: Get The Ayurvedic Woman book here Get the “Falling in Love with the Sound of You” meditation and Mantra Purusa here Visit Dipika’s website here How was this episode for you? Leave a comment below and share with your friends. The post EP 41: Dipika Delmenico on the Divine Feminine Ayurvedic Woman
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15 Mar 2019

Rank #4

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EP 54: Tanya Lynn on Are you Perpetuating the Sister War?

Tanya Lynn is a “strategic activator” — gifted at coaching women to soar to new heights by putting together a plan that maximizes their talents and strengths and taking bold, courageous actions to fulfill on their intentions. Tanya is the visionary CEO behind the international organization, Sistership Circle, a worldwide sisterhood movement empowering women to step into their true beauty, brilliance and boldness as feminine leaders. She started training facilitators to use her proven 12-week Circle Program based on her bestselling book “Open Your Heart: How to be a New Generation Feminine Leader.” She is also the author of “How to Lead Circle.” She is a respected leader in the industry from clients and colleagues alike because she’s the real deal, living and breathing her work. She believes that the new model of feminine leadership is not about hierarchies of power but about circles of collaboration. For us to become true leaders, we must embrace our sisters as our allies and give one another permission to shine. Podcast (audio): Play in new window | Download | Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | Stitcher In this episode, Tanya shares: Why it’s easier to blame other women than take responsibility for your part The Karpman Drama Triangle How the sister war comes from the mother wound The top 10 Sister Crimes and how they play out How to make EVERY woman your “sister” and how that’s different than calling women your “friends” Notes: 4:45 – my BOLD statement around the sister war 7:00 – an email I received: “how do we do it when we have women who do …” 9:35 – The Karpman Drama Triangle 12:43 – The Mother Wound 16:37 – my sister wound showing up as “abandonment” 19:50 – what keeps us separate as our “Sister Crimes” 26:00 – racism and the sister war 27:00 – the distinction of calling every woman your sister 18:40 – the Sister War Challenge Resources: Sister Wound article part 1 and part 2 Watch Bethany Webster on the Mother Wound here Layla Saad’s article on “I need to talk to spiritual white women about white supremacy” How was this episode for you? Leave a comment below and share with your friends. The post EP 54: Tanya Lynn on Are you Perpetuating the Sister War? appeared first on Sistership Circle.

3 May 2019

Rank #5