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There’s a lot of noise and ignorance in our current culture. This podcast aims to cut through that by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. Expect courageous conversations that range from insightful, uplifting and illuminating, to uncomfortable and sometimes even confrontational. Each episode invites you, with a ton of love and respect, to listen with your heart and mind wide open. You never know when a perspective might click into place like the puzzle piece you’ve been searching for OR, didn’t even know you were missing.

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There’s a lot of noise and ignorance in our current culture. This podcast aims to cut through that by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. Expect courageous conversations that range from insightful, uplifting and illuminating, to uncomfortable and sometimes even confrontational. Each episode invites you, with a ton of love and respect, to listen with your heart and mind wide open. You never know when a perspective might click into place like the puzzle piece you’ve been searching for OR, didn’t even know you were missing.

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Amazing show

By Logo17 - Jul 05 2019
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I love the tactical, honest and real rawness Elizabeth delivers in this podcast. I hit subscribe and definitely can’t wait for the next show!!! This is for that listener that is ADDICTED to creating their future. For the listener who KNOWS they are destined for greatness but didn’t believe they could actually make money in it. This podcast is for you. Elizabeth asks very candid and heart opening questions.

My Faithful Go-To Podcast

By Hippiefriend - Mar 14 2019
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I can always count on Elizabeth to create episodes that uplift my spirit, inspire wonder and give me a new perspective. Plus, her laugh radiates joy! This podcast has been my fav for 3 years and I can’t believe I haven’t reviewed until now! Thank you for helping me get through divorce, a failed business and becoming a mom. Please keep sharing your art. Love, a forever fan

iTunes Ratings

213 Ratings
Average Ratings
201
3
4
1
4

Amazing show

By Logo17 - Jul 05 2019
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I love the tactical, honest and real rawness Elizabeth delivers in this podcast. I hit subscribe and definitely can’t wait for the next show!!! This is for that listener that is ADDICTED to creating their future. For the listener who KNOWS they are destined for greatness but didn’t believe they could actually make money in it. This podcast is for you. Elizabeth asks very candid and heart opening questions.

My Faithful Go-To Podcast

By Hippiefriend - Mar 14 2019
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I can always count on Elizabeth to create episodes that uplift my spirit, inspire wonder and give me a new perspective. Plus, her laugh radiates joy! This podcast has been my fav for 3 years and I can’t believe I haven’t reviewed until now! Thank you for helping me get through divorce, a failed business and becoming a mom. Please keep sharing your art. Love, a forever fan
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Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto

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There’s a lot of noise and ignorance in our current culture. This podcast aims to cut through that by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. Expect courageous conversations that range from insightful, uplifting and illuminating, to uncomfortable and sometimes even confrontational. Each episode invites you, with a ton of love and respect, to listen with your heart and mind wide open. You never know when a perspective might click into place like the puzzle piece you’ve been searching for OR, didn’t even know you were missing.

Rank #1: EP84: How to Have a Courageous Conversation

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A few months back I did an episode where I read a chapter from my book Untame Yourself: Reconnect to the Lost Art, Power, and Freedom of Being a Woman and I got some great feedback on it so today I've got another one for you. This topic is the perfect follow up to that last one which was on Transparent Communication, it's How To Have A Courageous Conversation.

In it I give you an entire framework so you can say the things you're most afraid to say to the people you care about with a ton of love, respect, and honor so that you can resolve even the most sensitive issues and have better connection.

Mar 09 2016
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Rank #2: EP233: Overcoming Narcissistic Abuse and Codependency with Lisa Romano

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Today's guest, Lisa Romano, is an expert in helping people overcome faulty childhood programming that narcissistic abuse and codependency creates. We got all up in emotions, mindset, how you think about yourself if you've had either of these experiences, gaslighting, and other struggles this kind of dysfunction contributes to. Even if you haven't experienced either of these things, you may find this conversations useful as we also covered things that impact almost everyone at some point - attachment theory, developing a healthy sense of self, releasing unhealthy fears, how to communicate with narcissistic and codependent people in your life, and how other parenting dynamics impact children (especially before the age of seven!). This is one to listen to more than once and definitely share with loved ones who you know are working through these things as well. Thank you!

About Lisa Romano:

Lisa A. Romano is a Certified Life Coach who specializes in mentoring and coaching abused adult children from dysfunctional homes, who feel stuck in their lives and who are seeking to move beyond their painful pasts. Romano also coaches adults who find themselves feeling dissatisfied with their lives and who are finding it difficult to understand what beliefs or thought processes are preventing them from living a fulfilling life. She is also a bestselling author, popular Youtube Vlogger, radio show host, and speaker.

In this episode, Lisa shares:

1. Mapping the brain 2. How we "ice skate" over our pain and what happens when we do 3. Smart parenting to not pass these things onto your kids

Feb 05 2018
1 hour 3 mins
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Rank #3: EP293: Deeper Dating with Ken Page

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This is my new favorite interview of all time, period. I had a feeling it might be as today's guest is the author of a book that completely changed my life last year. The book is Deeper Dating and the author is Ken Page.

I waited to have him on the show for a few months so I could implement what I learned from the book when I read it the summer of 2018. I also recommended it to several friends and clients and have been geeking out on it for months.

Anyway - I could gush on but truly, I hope you enjoy this as much as I did and listen several times.

Ken's big truth was around hidden arrogance when in conflict.

From there we talked about intimacy as a journey of rupture and repair, learning about the humble act of messing up, how he came to discover the content in the Deeper Dating book in his work with clients as a therapist and his perspective on codependency.

Then we talked about my favorite concept in the book: Attractions of Inspiration and Attractions of Deprivation aka why we get turned on by things that aren't good for us and how to shift away from that to being turned on to what is. It's game-changing, y'all!

 We talked about emotional availability and finally - FINALLY!! He gave me alternative language to use instead of "masculine and feminine" - "instrumentality and expressiveness."

 We also bumped into one of my own biggest wounds that comes up in romantic relationships and I had a little cry in the middle of the interview.

 Like I said, this is my favorite interview of all time period.

Enjoy, share, tell your friends, review it, get the Deeper Dating book, and I hope you find me on Instagram and tell me everything after you listen!

Enjoy, share and let me know what lands and resonates with you about this one!

For more information and full show notes, head to: http://untameyourself.com/293

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. Expect courageous conversations that range from insightful, uplifting, and illuminating, to uncomfortable and sometimes even confrontational. Each episode invites you, with a ton of love and respect, to listen with your heart and mind wide open. You never know when a perspective might click into place like the puzzle piece you've been searching for OR didn’t even know you were missing. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode! To keep up with the show notes & quotes from our guests, follow me on Instagram and get on the weekly notification list here!

Feb 11 2019
1 hour 9 mins
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Rank #4: EP1: Turning the Tables - Liz Gets Interviewed by Chela Davison

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In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing two each month alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz”.

Our first episode is actually the last interview from the series.

In this interview, Chela Davison my former coach and current friend interviews me about the experience of interviewing 25 women on the topic of untaming yourself. We’re sharing this first to give you an exciting preview of what’s to come in the next few months.

May 18 2015
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Rank #5: EP95: Neil Moore on Navigating the Peaks, Valleys and Plateaus of Life

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Neil Moore is one of the most dynamic humans I've ever felt. I mention this during our conversation, but I remember a moment at the event where I met him where I got to look straight into his eyes and hold his gaze for a few moments - I was instantly in tears - it just feels that good to be in his presence. He offers potent perspectives and simple frameworks in this interview that can help us all have better relationships and life experiences.

Enjoy!

About Neil Moore:

Neil Moore is the Founder and Executive Director of the Simply Music Institute of Learning & Education. He is also the creator of the Simply Music Piano methodology.Neil was born in 1957 in Melbourne, Australia, and began studying piano at the age of 7. He has spent most of his life actively involved in ‘playing-based’ music learning. Neil composes and arranges much of the music used throughout the Simply Music Piano (and Accordion) program. In addition to curriculum development, Neil’s most extensive field of focus has been the training and coaching of piano teachers.Currently, Neil guides the direction of the organization, advises on its executive operations and is the international spokesperson for the Simply Music Institute of Learning and Education.

In this episode, Neil shares:

1. Qualitative and quantitative components of relationships 2. Discerning when to keep or break commitments 3. Why it’s so much easier to be kind and appreciative than not

Apr 17 2016
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Rank #6: EP 312: Girlfriend Chat: Dating, Love, Sex and Relationships with Linda Abbott

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My friend Linda Abbott is my very favorite person to jam on dating, love, sex and relationships with. We debrief after many dates and conversations and experiences with men. We hold each other up in tender moments when things don't work out, when our hearts get broken open (again and again), and when things do work out and it's time to expand.

We also keep each other accountable to the healing we've both done around breaking old patterns and habits around codependency, tolerating poor treatment, and being able to see red flags and hold loving, compassionate and firm boundaries with both ourselves and others.

This chat is something we've been cooking up for months. We scanned over our texts and jotted down some of the most important things we've been through in the last year in all realms of the heart, intimacy, devotion, pleasure and more, and we committed to hitting a record and just talking until we were done.

That ended up being two hours and forty minutes, so grab some tea, break it up into sessions if you need to, maybe invite some friends to listen with you and instead of a Netflix binge session, have a deep listening session with us.

Since we're both heterosexual women, our experiences are limited. We do however hope the conversations around boundaries, honoring ourselves, breaking patterns and habits, vulnerability, having tough conversations and getting clear about what we want in love can be applied across a wider range of relationship and sexual orientations.

We're sure you'll let us know if they do or don't and we appreciate that.

One of the things we were most excited to emphasize was how all of these experiences have taught us a lot about men and ignited deep compassion within us for their experiences, too.

Not to excuse poor behavior or anything, but to see them as people too, not just perpetrators or adversaries which they are often painted as (and sometimes rightfully so!).

That said, share this with the men in your life. It's a great conversation opener and probably a gateway into better understanding our side of things too.

Finally, we laugh A TON throughout this conversation...so be ready.

We're so so excited to share this with you and can't wait to hear from you after you listen.

To all of us walking each other home and through the epic, deep, winding, beautiful and excruciating journeys of the heart - may we be met, seen, held, accepted, supported and loved - and may we meet, see, hold, accept, support and love...better.

xo,

E + L

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/312

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from.

Jun 24 2019
2 hours 47 mins
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Rank #7: EP171: Bethany Webster on Healing the Mother Wound

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Today's interview might be one of the most important (and challenging) topics we've ever covered on the show. It's something every woman deals with in one way or another - healing the mother wound. Our guest Bethany Webster indulged all of my deepest questions and curiosities around what it means to become the mother you've always wanted and how to do that. We discussed how this kind of healing isn't about bashing our own mothers or the maternal figures in our lives, but the personal, collective and spiritual healing every woman faces in her lifetime. We also got into guilt, grief, anger and family systems. We talked about the mother wound as an initiation and pain as a doorway to birthing oneself. Listen closely to this one, maybe more than once and definitely join us in the Facebook group to continue the conversation if it's relevant to you. Big love!

About Bethany Webster:

Bethany Webster is a writer, transformational coach, international speaker and what you could call a midwife of the heart. Her work is focused on helping women heal the "mother wound" so that they can step into their full feminine power and potential. She offers an online course, teaches workshops and a coaching program for women leaders who want to accelerate their impact and leadership. Bethany is the author of the forthcoming book "Healing the Mother Wound: Move Beyond What Your Mother Never Gave You and Become the Woman You're Meant to be." Her website is womboflight.com

In this episode, Bethany shares:

1. Guilt as a side effect of control 2. Healthy outrage and treating the grief that accompanies it as a holy emotion 3. What exactly the mother wound is and the three aspects of it, personal, collective, and spiritual 4. How women have harmed each other

May 29 2017
1 hour 3 mins
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Rank #8: EP219: Playing Big with Tara Mohr

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Today's interview is a long time coming, our guest is Tara Mohr and she is all about Playing Big, which of course, we love! During our chat we got into being of service, the ego vs the soul, how we play small and how we can play big instead, and we spent some extra time on playing big in motherhood specifically. We talked about the difference between fear an intuition, a question I get a lot, and we wrapped up with creative expression and how to be discerning with our words so we don't "kill things."

Enjoy!

About Tara Mohr :

Tara Mohr is an expert on women’s leadership and well-being. She helps women play bigger in sharing their voices and bringing forward their ideas in work and in life. Tara is the author of Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead, named a best book of the year by Apple’s iBooks and now in paperback. In the book, she shares her pioneering model for making the journey from playing small–being held back by fear and self-doubt–to playing big, taking bold action to pursue what you see as your callings. Tara is the creator of the Playing Big leadership program for women, which now has more than 1,500 graduates from around the world, and creator of the global Playing Big Facilitators Training for coaches, therapists, leadership development professionals and other practitioners supporting women in their personal and professional growth. A Coaches Training Institute-certified coach with an MBA from Stanford University and an undergraduate degree in English literature from Yale, Tara takes a unique approach that blends inner work and practical skills training. Her work has been featured on national media from the New York Times to Today Show to Harvard Business Review, and has captivated women from all walks of life.

In this episode, Tara shares:

1. The surprising biggest challenge of playing big within motherhood 2. How coming from service can be a game changer 3. The effects of giving words to things

Dec 18 2017
44 mins
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Rank #9: EP 313: Divine Timing + Sacred Rest

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Welcome to the shortest episode in the history of the show, y'all! I recorded this episode to fill you in on the first ever break I'm taking from the podcast in over four years. I'll be back in September with fresh new interviews and some other juicy surprises I'll keep to myself until then.

In the mean time, we've put together some Podcast Playlists for you to either catch up or review some of your (and my) favorite episodes in some of our most popular categories.

Click here to download the playlists: http://wildsoulmovement.com/podcast-playlists

And also, keep an eye out for a special online event I'm hosting on Monday 7/15 and some celebrational offerings on Monday 7/22 in honor of Mary Magdalene Feast Day.

You'll be able to pre-enroll for POWER 2020 and save over $500, join the NEW Wild Soul Movement teacher training for over 25% off and I'm opening applications for the first ever Wild Soul Year of Embodiment: An Experience in Travel, Sensuality, Joy, Connection and Pleasure

For more information and for full show notes, head to http://untameyourself.com/313

Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto aims to cut through the noise and ignorance of our current culture by exploring the truths of a diverse range of incredible voices. From authors, artists, creatives and educators, to activists, speakers and those in various scientific and esoteric fields - our guests hail from cultures and countries all over the world. The main intention here is to contribute to creating a kinder, gentler, more curious, collaborative, reverent world where people respect each others’ background experiences and truths and they learn to trust in themselves and life and recognize that we really do need each other.  We post a new interview every Monday and if you want to keep up with the show notes and quotes from our guests you can follow me on Instagram.  If you love what you hear here and you find it useful and inspiring the best way to show your appreciation is to share the episode, subscribe to the show, and leave us a review wherever you listen from. 

Jul 01 2019
13 mins
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Rank #10: EP176: Lisa Lister on A Bloody Conversation About Being a Witch and Loving Your Lady Landscape

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I've been anticipating this interview for a while and it did not disappoint! My sassy friend Lisa Lister is back on the podcast today talking about loving your lady landscape, harnessing the power of being a woman with a cyclic nature, and why we need to reclaim the word "Witch." Lisa has written three books, Code Red, Love Your Lady Landscape and Witch, all three of which have had a massive impact on my life, so not only is she a friend, I consider her a mentor as well. She is my go-to maven for embracing the full experience and wisdom of the menstrual cycle. AND this woman speaks the bone deep truth (which means not skirting the darker, more taboo aspects of anything). We talked about patriarchy, sisterhood, self-care and debated whether or not consistency is all it's cracked up to be. Enjoy!

About Lisa Lister:

Crowned ‘the defender of female awesomeness’ by Cooler magazine, Lisa Lister is an advocate of the FULL female experience. She's a writer, a menstrual maven and creatrix of the SHE Flow system - movement, women's wisdom and menstrual health + 'down-there' care practices - dedicated to helping women crack their lady code, reconnect with their body wisdom + love their lady landscape.

In this episode, Lisa shares:

1. A definition of witch and how the word was taken from us 2. Navigating the fear of visibility that comes with doing the work you're called to do in life 3. Fierce reverence and why it's important to find your own roots 4. Spiritual exploration and understanding the roots of sacred lineages and traditions before incorporating them into your own life and practices

Jul 03 2017
1 hour 8 mins
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Rank #11: EP284: Practicing Surrender, Release, Trust and Receptivity

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Today's episode is number four of six in a podcast series I've been dreaming up for a while called Journey Into The Wild Soul. It's FILLED with gems to explore your inner world to help you have a better outer world experience. (And that is putting it very, very mildly.)

There's a free pop-up Facebook group that goes with it, to get some quality time together as a Wild Soul community before 2019 starts and we get all “hyped up” about a new year. I hope you’ll join me and bring your friends!

This week and next week I'm diving into what's called the Arc of Power in my body of work. I'm breaking it into two episodes so as not to overload you with things by trying to squeeze it all into one, because the Arc of Power is comprised of four pretty in depth topics:

Surrender + Release Trust + Receptivity Wild Dreaming + Desire Love + Truth

Today we get into Surrender + Release and Trust + Receptivity. How they operate individually and together, why they need each other to thrive, why we all need these practices in our lives and how they impact us...it's extremely juicy and you will have many aha's, insights and maybe even an awakening or two - and I'm not exaggerating.

Take notes, listen to this one more than once, share it up with your friends, discuss it, and/or come into the private FB group to reflect. These next two episodes can literally change everything for you in 2019. Enjoy!

xo, E

Dec 10 2018
46 mins
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Rank #12: EP271: Boundary Bootcamp With Terri Cole

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Terri Cole is back on the podcast today and we are diving in on a topic this audience, loves --boundaries! We started with how to know when you need them and from there got into, "high functioning codependency", capacity versus willingness, overcorrections and misconceptions about what it means to be your best self.

We also talked about how critical mindfulness and present moment consciousness are to well drawn boundaries, cultivating the internal space to respond not react (a valuable distinction), boundary bullies and the relationship between boundaries and control.

As always Terri brings the good stuff. If you're someone who is practicing better boundaries, this is definitely one to listen to a few times and share with friends!

And don't forget to check out Terri's Boundary Bootcamp Challenge Sept 10-14as well as her Masterclass if you want to learn more.

About Terri Cole:

Terri Cole is a licensed psychotherapist, a boundary and relationship expert, and the founder of Real Love Revolution and Boundary Bootcamp, her two female empowerment courses reaching women in over 25 countries.

For the past two decades, Terri has worked with some of the world’s most well-known personalities from international pop stars, professional athletes, Broadway performers and TV personalities to thought-leaders and Fortune 500 CEOs.

Terri’s strategies combine practical psychology, eastern mindfulness practices plus harnessing the power of intention to create sustainable positive behavioral change i.e. true transformation.

She empowers over one hundred thousand women weekly through her published articles and blog posts, YouTube channel, therapeutic meditations, online group courses, and her popular Hello Freedom podcast.

Sep 10 2018
57 mins
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Rank #13: EP69: Ezzie Spencer on Lunar Abundance, Yearnings, and Honoring Your Own Pace

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I forget how long ago someone recommended I check out Ezzie Spencer’s work around astrology and the moon, but I instantly loved her vibe and simple yet powerful way of teaching. Ezzie is someone, like a lot of our show guests who I’ve orbited around online for a while but hadn’t connected with one on one until our interview, which makes it extra fun and special to be able to share that with you.

Since we get questions about the lunar cycle and how to connect with and work with lunar energy all the time, I hope you enjoy today’s deep dive with someone who specializes in the subject.

About Ezzie Spencer:

Dr. Ezzie Spencer trained as a lawyer and did her PhD in women’s wellbeing after sexual violence. She now teaches her personal practice called “Lunar Abundance” – how to cultivate inner peace and prosperity by following the moon’s cycle. You can find download a free lunar calendar at www.ezziespencer.com and follow Ezzie’s lunar updates in real time @ezziespencer on Instagram.

In this episode, Ezzie shares:

1. Using lunar tracking as a guidance system 2. Honoring your own pace 3. Empowerment within your emotional landscape

Jan 15 2016
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Rank #14: EP180: Finding Your Purpose and Birthing Your Wild Dreams

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This is a different type of episode - I am the one being interviewed today! I get a lot of messages from listeners who are trying to find their purpose and do meaningful, satisfying work in the world that has an impact in a way they're passionate about and can be proud of.

You tell me you're reaching out to me because you see me doing those things and want to know how, what were the steps, how did I get started, how did I get here.

So today I invited a dear friend, fellow Wild Dreamer, entrepreneur, super soulful mama and former guest, Jadah Sellner to interview me for this episode so I can answer those questions for you - along with any other juicy questions Jadah could come up with. She did not disappoint. Enjoy, and be sure to share with anyone you know who is also looking to birth their dreams or their sacred work in the world and have it grow.

About Jadah Sellner:

Jadah Sellner is an author, international keynote speaker, poet, and the creator of the Mentorship Lab™ & Build Your Challenge™ at jadahsellner.com.

Since 2009, Jadah has started 3 businesses (including one brick and mortar) and now helps creative CEO’s, visionary entrepreneurs, and social change companies build communities with love, so that you can connect to your bigger vision, reach more people, support your family, and grow your income while NOT adding more work for you.

(You may also know her from her work as co-founder and co-author of Simple Green Smoothies, which has been featured on The Doctors TV show, Oprah's O Magazine, Target and the Wall Street Journal.)

When Jadah’s not helping world changers build their tribes with the Love Over Metrics™ movement, you can catch her reading Shel Silverstein poems at the dinner table. She lives in the San Francisco bay area with her husband, daughter, and their little “chiweenie” dog, Clementine.

In this episode, Elizabeth shares:

1. How you need faith the most when the rubber hits the road 2. Lessons on giving yourself permission 3. Surrendering as a practice while building a business 4. The nitty gritty details in taking an idea from seed to full blown launch into the world

Jul 31 2017
1 hour 12 mins
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Rank #15: EP5: Dr. Deb Kern on Being a Loving Master of Your Energy

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In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order – but stay tuned because we’ll be airing two each month alternating with fresh new episodes called “Ask Liz” every Wednesday.

About Dr. Deb Kern:

At 30 years old, Dr Deb Kern was one of those women who ‘had it all together.’ Perfect house, perfect neighborhood, perfect job, perfect health, perfect marriage, perfect pregnancy. And, in a 3 month period she lost it all. It took four years to emerge from the wreckage of that half-lived life and since then she’s dedicated herself to improving the lives of other women through intuitive coaching, body movement and dance courses and workshops.

Dr. Deb is the former Executive Director of Lifestyle Enrichment at the prestigious Lake Austin Spa Resort. She’s a sought-after speaker on mind/body/spirit health, and the author of “Everyday Wellness for Women” and co-author of “Create the Body Your Soul Desires: The Friendship Solution to Weight, Energy and Sexuality. Dr. Deb has facilitated healing retreats and provided one-on-one life coaching sessions for the past 20 years. She studied Nursing at Vanderbilt University and received a B.A. and an M.B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin, with her Ph.D. in Health Sciences from Texas Woman’s University in Denton, TX. Lastly, she’s also a Black Belt Nia Teacher, certified Integral Hatha Yoga Instructor, Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist and Mindful Change Coach.

In this episode, Dr. Deb Kern shares:

1. The difference between judgment and discernment 2. How to expand and keep boundaries 3. The best simple meditation practice for protecting your energy in any environment

May 24 2015
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Rank #16: EP70: How to Let Go and Move Forward From Past Relationships

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Today's Ask Elizabeth question is something most of us have dealt with at some point or another in our lives whether it's in a romantic relationship or any other kind of relationship with a friend, family member, or even co-worker.

In this episode, I answer the following question:

On letting go - I need some more help in this territory, and saying goodbye to my previous relationship, help putting it in its place. I need some mental cues to get me out of downward spirals about it, the memories and feelings are haunting and simply unproductive.

Jan 20 2016
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Rank #17: EP288: Advice For The Sex and Love You Crave with Eva Clay

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I’ve been excited to share this interview with you since I first recorded it two months ago. This conversation with Eva Clay really helped to change the trajectory of my dating life. Her insights, advice and techniques changed my perspective immensely on what’s possible in dating and romantic connection with men, outside of monogamy.

This interview isn’t necessarily about non-monogamy, but with everything Eva shares from ways to not get attached or obsessed too soon, how to stay in your own experience and your own body when you’re first connecting with someone new, the impact of social media on self-image and self-esteem and more, you may also be rethinking how you approach dating and relationships by the time it’s over.

I appreciate Eva’s extensive training, deep experience and wise way of integrating science, embodiment and spirituality. Enjoy and share this one far and wide, y’all!

About Eva Clay:

An acclaimed sexologist, psychotherapist and academic, for over two decades Eva Clay’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.

Jan 07 2019
1 hour 3 mins
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Rank #18: EP75: Sarah Jenks on Real Talk About Bodies, Beauty, Motherhood and Emotional Eating

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Sarah Jenks is one of my favorite friends on the planet and has been ever since November 2010. She’s the friend who will always shoot you straight and do it with love exactly when you need it. Now that she’s a mom with two littles under three, she’s even more discerning and straight forward because ain’t no mamas got time to waste! We take a deep dive into new motherhood in this conversation, why things don’t have to be beautiful in order to love them (like your babies when they’re fresh out of the womb and haven’t settled into not being crammed in there quite yet!), relating to emotional eating through physical sensations and more. I love this woman with all my heart - enjoy listening to us catch up and jam on some of women’s biggest issues.

About Sarah Jenks: Most importantly, Sarah Jenks is a woman who loves to have deep and meaningful conversations, dance, play outside, decorate, pray and spend time with herself. She is also a mother to an exuberant baby boy, Marshall, a beautiful daughter, Annabelle, and a wife to the most thoughtful, handsome, intelligent man, Jonathan.

She’s from a small town outside of Boston where she grew up with loving parents who loved each other very much, and two younger, confident, creative siblings.

She is a recovering perfectionist. She used to wear makeup everyday and made sure the house was always pristine. She’s learning to let that all go in service of being real and spontaneous.

Sarah attended Williams College where she threw a lot of parties and was the president of her class. She majored in Psychology and took a ton of Art History classes. She plans on owning a house in her college town someday. She and Jonathan will probably be those old people doing keg stands on the porch.

After college she had a short stint in event planning, then PR and then became and account manager at an advertising firm where she spent more time binging on chocolate in the supply closet than doing her work. She then figured out what she wanted to be when she grew up and attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

Most of her training comes from my unending curiosity about her own inner world. She has been coached and trained by some of the best therapists, life coaches, intuitives, spiritual teachers and healers in the world. She was voted “Miss tell it like it is” in her high school yearbook, so expect a healthy dose of honesty and bluntness, and she will probably make you cry, in a good way.

Her favorite food is red wine.

Sarah loves to tell stories, and has been told she’s pretty good at it. And she does so weekly on her site, so to make sure you don’t miss anything, she would love for you to sign up for updates.

In this episode, Sarah shares:

1. Tending to your body as a mother 2. You don’t have to be beautiful to be loved 3. How to be resourceful when you don’t have a ton of resources 4. Navigating the physical and emotional sides of dealing with food 5. Your Life is worth working on

Feb 05 2016
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Rank #19: EP201: The Body Is Not An Apology with Sonya Renee Taylor

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

Oct 16 2017
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Rank #20: EP195: Mindset To Get Your Prosperity Set with Kisma Orbovich

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One of my favorite humans is back on the show today! There are a lot of teachings out there about mindset and prosperity. One of the reasons I’m so excited to have Kisma back talking about this specifically, is I know her personally, I know how her business works, I see how great her relationships are, she’s one of the most consistently low-drama humans I know, she’s super fun, rarely stressed, AND I don’t think I’ve ever seen her overwhelmed. Basically, she LIVES and BREATHES what she teaches! And I respect this so much because tons of people can teach you how to make more money, but a lot of them are human disaster areas behind the scenes. During the interview Kisma helps us focus on the highest form of service, seeking our highest form, using specificity and intuition to move towards a higher state of being, doing, having, sharing, and creating. We also get into what prosperity actually is, and the flow between energy, thoughts and action.

About Kisma Orbovich:

Kisma Orbovich is often referred to as a leading transformational expert incorporating ancient wisdom for modern day success. She’s co-host of the award winning podcast Illumination with Nick and Kisma (click here) and is an active mentor for high performing artists, celebrities, CEO’s and entrepreneurs.

Kisma speaks and trains all over the world as well as from her online platform where she reaches thousands of students. She’s passionate about helping people clear their blockages so they can Manifest from their Higher Self, step into their Full Potential and lead their life and business in line with their Soul’s Purpose. She teaches humans how to command their reality and live from Infinite Awareness.

Founder of Illumination Academy™ Kisma is certified in Auric Clearing, DNA Activation, Karmic Imprint Clearing, Divine Soul Reading, and Yoga (500 RYT). Her foundation is Vedanta and Holodynamics and she leads retreats to Maui, India, San Diego and other locations worldwide.

Kisma lives in Carlsbad with her partner, Nick Hansinger, CEO of Source Movement and travels the globe to stay in touch with her daughter, Zoe Hu and teach workshops.

In this episode, Kisma shares:

1. Ideals vs goals 2. Directionality of desire 3. The difference between needs, wants, and desires 4. How to use your intuition for prosperity

Sep 25 2017
55 mins
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