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Podcast Episode 16 Lisa Medley: Beloved Your Body, Your Bridge to The Divine

How can we create a positive relationship with our body that empowers us to feel alive?

Lisa serves as a Sustainable Wellbeing Lifestyle and Body Relationship Mentor. She has over 20 years of experience in the healing arts, expressive therapy, life and wellness coaching, therapeutic massage and bodywork, somatics, energy medicine, and conscious movement & dance.

Lisa has experienced a divine connection all of her life. She is the child of a Unitarian Universalist preacher, studies all kinds of spirituality, and creates her lifestyle to be in “integrity with her soul.”

She is the creator of Beloved Your Body™ - a lifestyle program that empowers clients to cultivate a positive relationship with their body for sustainable wellbeing. Lisa believes that the body acts as a bridge to celebrate our divine humanity. 

Reveal who you were before the world told you who to be. 
Practice the tools of self-love, soul diving, learning to trust your intuition, and so...
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Podcast Episode 15 Kim Fuller: Born to Rise and the Power of Personal Story

Meet Kim Fuller:  Photographer, Artist, Buddhist, Mother, and Story-teller. 
You are in for a special treat today in hearing from one of the most compassionate and dedicated women I've had the pleasure of knowing.
Kim is the founder of BORN to RISE™ a movement that brings forth the feminine energy of compassion, empathy, courage and expansion through communitystory sharing and creativity. Her mission is to amplify our personal stories so that we can inspire, educate, and empower each other to be the greatest versions of ourselves and to co-create a culture of love and acceptance for ALL.
Join us as she shares her own story about meeting the Dali Lama, adopting her son, and what it took to finally love herself. 

"Bringing love and compassion to my Self was the hardest part of my life’s...

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Podcast Episode 14 The Relentless Invitation To Go Within

There is so much grit in the practice of self-forgiveness.

Self-forgiveness is courageous work that requires us to answer the call to go within and reckon with the parts of ourselves that might feel ugly, unloveable and unworthy.

Listen as Monica and Andrea explore and model how to practice self-forgiveness and what to do when we have hurt someone intentionally or unintentionally. Learn why the practice of self-forgiveness is the greatest gift we can give ourselves and others.

If you're someone who would value an opportunity to work with us in a deeper way, we'd love to offer you an introductory free month of our online monthly membership, Remembering Sisterhood. Join us there for soul-diving, life coaching, special guests, journal prompts, tips for living your most authentic life, and so much more. Please click here and enter PODCAST at the checkout. We can't wait to welcome you there!

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Has Scarcity Thinking Got It's HOOKS In You?

Scarcity: The quality or state of being scarce; especially: want of provisions for the support of life.

In other words- not enough! 

Initially, many of us might have a hard time revealing how this theme plays out in our daily lives, and yet it’s very much alive in our daily thought patterns, especially now with so much fear being activated. Exposing where it likes to live (usually in the shadows) can be a valuable exercise!  

Scarcity affects our thinking and also how we feel. It can tend to orient us toward automatically focusing on our unfulfilled needs. It can make us feel anxious, fearful and grasping.  For example, the idea of needing a partner in order to feel fulfilled. We might settle for someone as a partner even if he/she/they are not the exact right fit for us because we believe that another opportunity won’t come knocking. This is scarcity thinking at play.  To look fearfully at our future and expect the worst or to anticipate all of...

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Podcast Episode 13 Mark Greene: Remaking Manhood

Meet Mark Greene, founder of Remaking Manhood and Author of The Little #METOO Book For Men, The Relational Book For Parenting, and Remaking Manhood, Stories From the Front Line of Change. 

Join us in this episode as we soul-dive with Mark into the world of the Man-box culture and what it’s costing all of us to continue to perpetuate the stereotypes that brought us to this point. Listen as Mark deconstructs the current crumbling pillars of manhood in America and proposes how to rebuild our entire cultural perception by inviting more curiosity, conversation, self-forgiveness, and by teaching our boys and men to suspend certainty.
Most importantly, learn how we can become better parents and caregivers by raising our boys from an early age through the practice of relational parenting, and by busting the myths of a dominance-based version of masculinity.


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Podcast Episode 12 The Power of Self-Forgiveness

Self-loathing is its own special kind of trauma. In this episode, I recall a story of finding self-forgiveness in the most unlikely of places, with my daughter in the epi-center of a huge parent fail!
Join us in this episode as Andrea and I unpack what happens and how, by not abandoning ourselves, we create access points for healing and self-forgiveness. 

"Self forgiveness can create a portal to retrieve pieces of ourselves." - Monica Rodgers

Show Notes:

  • We traumatize ourselves when we self-loathe
  • Our children offer us opportunities to be human and to own our mess. 
  • What happens when we dare to STAY with our human mess? 
  • Healing happens when we allow our emotions to move through us.
  • When we choose to stop escaping our humanity, we are able to see how precious we are in our intentions. 
  • When we don’t minimize our true...
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Podcast Episode 11 The Power of Witnessing Pt. 1

Today's episode is all about the power of witness.

Learn why "witnessing" and acknowledgment is such a simple yet profound tool for making the people in our lives feel seen and known.  When we truly feel seen by another human being we experience the true beauty of what intimacy and love is all about. 

Today, we talk about the distinctions between seeking validation and being witnessed by another. The importance of being able to receive acknowledgment from someone vs. run away from it. The true meaning of taking a stand and being a witness to incidents such as social injustice and what you can do, and who you can BE to model the change we all wish to see in the world. 


"Your job is to be present as a witness and receive what it is she wants to give." - Monica Rodgers

Show Notes:

  • What does it mean to witness someone? 
  • ...
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Podcast Episode 10 Andrea Willets - A Love Story

On today's episode, we're turning the tables a little bit and Monica is interviewing Andrea.

We talk about Andrea's background and how she has harnessed self-love and makes her unapologetic presence in the world.

Andrea Willets grew up in a blended family with 9 kids. She talks about her upbringing, her relationship with her siblings, what it has been like to find and participate in The Revelation Project, how she has healed from codependency and more.

"In my childhood there was some real joy and some real struggle." - Andrea Willets

Show Notes:

  • What it's like to have a sibling with Down Syndrome
  • How to redefine relationships with siblings
  • How to love yourself
  • The importance of modeling
  • What is the Revelation Project
  • How to come out of a divorce
  • Why should we get curious
  • The importance of putting yourself first
  • How to heal from co-dependence
  • When...
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Podcast Episode 09 Sorry, No More! Notes From A Recovering Apology Addict

Hey! It's Andrea here.

On today's episode I'm riding solo, and I'm talking about saying SORRY.

I grew up saying "I'm sorry" all the time, maybe you did too. We overuse this word all the time, but is it actually a masking of other emotions?

If we uncover what is going on below the apology, we can reveal what actually needs healing.

Listen as I share about apologizing archetypes, what we might be covering up by saying "sorry", the guidelines for a proper apology, and more.

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"This overuse of 'I'm sorry' is the replacement for the real conversation." - Andrea Willets

 Show Notes:

  • When to apologize
  • What are the apologizing personality types?
  • What's at risk when we say "I'm sorry"
  • What are you apologizing for?
  • When to ask for forgiveness
  • How to apologize
  • What the guidelines for a proper apology are
  • What to do instead of apologizing

"We're so afraid...

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Seven Symptoms of Spiritual Death

The contrast of life has always fascinated me.

Death and rebirth are two sides of one cycle of life that can be experienced in multiple realms. In a physical sense, we all eventually die a literal death, but I see its process mirrored in nature as the season of winter blankets the ground and everything goes dormant and into hibernation, including us! 

Death in the spiritual sense can be hard for me to identify right away. Instead, I usually think I'm losing it until I recognize what's actually happening. Recently I had such an experience where I suddenly felt like the world as I knew was being turned upside down, and while I had already felt a sense of inner shifting, this event really accelerated the process, threatening my whole world order. 

With so much inner work over the years, I've noticed my ability to be much more at ease with this apparent chaos. If I can remember to allow myself to be in the discomfort of whats...

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