The Waking The Wild Show

This week's show is with Kate Joyner. Kate is a Nature Based Soul Guide, Deep Feminine Facilitator and Experimental Actress, guiding the way for the remembrance of Eros as the antidotal medicine for our troubled times. Her work echoes the call of an elemental need for initiatory pathways that allow us to come into intimate relationship with Body, Earth and Soul so that we can create a culture seeded in wildness and love. Her passion for the revolution seeps into all of her offerings, be it through her mentorships, women's journey's, theatre shows or her poetic immersions, you'll be brought to the life that lies on the edge, where the magic happens. 

In this show, we spoke about descending to the soul vs ascension to spirit, the sacred wound - and how in this culture we'll typically we can pathologise our conditions rather than see them as an invitation into myth and soul.

This was a gorgeously deep episode - I loved it!

Direct download: Kate_Joyner_mixdown.mp3
Category:Interview -- posted at: 5:03pm EDT

This week's show is with Jess Heading. Jess is a Life and Leadership Coach who supports women to heal their relationship with their bodies, reconnect with their inner wisdom and unleash their radiant essence. Jess grew up hating her body and suffered from binge eating disorder and bulimia for fifteen years. Having reclaimed trust in her body’s wisdom and signals, and learned to partner with her body instead of controlling it, supporting other women on their journey to body acceptance and trust is now a key element of Jess’ coaching work. Jess sees again and again the immense transformation that occurs when a woman lives in deep partnership with her body: * She frees up SO MUCH time and energy * She sizzles with innate creativity, wisdom and femininity * She owns her Goddess power, fully and without apology * She creates amazing, much-needed change in the world In this show, Jess and I spoke about the way this rupture has created an increasing trend of turning to emotional comfort eating, the primal fear of there not being enough food (created by the sight of empty shelves), simultaneously there's this collective panic about what our bodies will look like at the end of this. These are all things that are present at any time, but just like with so many other things, this is being illuminated in these times. How do we maintain a good body image during this time? And how do we not shame ourselves for using food as a soother? This was such a loving, wise and helpful show - well worth listening to at any time but especially now.

Direct download: Jess_mixdown.mp3
Category:Interview -- posted at: 2:01pm EDT

This week's show is Lian's All The Everything where she jams on an eclectic mix of topics, including questions from listeners. It also airs weekly live on facebook. This is where you can get up close and personal with Lian, get inside her head and see what's she's up to and thinking about.

In this episode, I...

* Shared what I’ve been up to in the past month (what I’ve been consuming and creating)

* Dived deep into the topic: Making time for soul when time is limited

“If we fail to nourish our souls, they wither, and without soul, life ceases to have meaning.... The creative process shrivels in the absence of continual dialogue with the soul. And creativity is what makes life worth living.” Marion Woodman


Direct download: ATE_May_2020_mixdown.mp3
Category:Interview -- posted at: 7:58am EDT

This week's show is with Eliane Sainte-Marie, the founder of Parenting for Wholeness, creator of the acclaimed Clean Parenting Program where she guides parents in experiencing the ease and harmony she promises is possible in families, author of the book Clean Parenting: the Peaceful Parent’s Essential Handbook, and mother to three wonderful adult daughters. She’s passionate about helping parents raise children who are whole, as well as helping them shed what’s in their way of living from a place of wholeness.

In this conversation, we spoke about how to manage life as parents with children at home at this time, the importance of taking a long term perspective of our family's health and happiness, causing as little damage as possible, and how to create more love and harmony in these strange times. I'm so happy to have co-created this with Eliane - I believe it's going to be so hopeful and helpful to so many of us at this time (and maybe beyond too).


Direct download: Eliane_4_mixdown.mp3
Category:Interview -- posted at: 1:47pm EDT