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Episode 17: My "Come to heart" moment

In what has become Part II of Episode 15, this week I finish the story of my journey from scientist to psychic with my "Come to heart" moment (not to be confused with a "come to Jesus" moment). I talk about how I grew up as a spiritual seeker in a family of agnostics, surrounded by a community of Mormons, and eventually found my way to my own sense of spiritual connection.


Episode 16: All about SIBO with Dr. Sabrina Kimball, ND

Dr. Sabrina Kimball has become an expert at treating SIBO - small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. Highly sensitive people often find themselves suffering from tummy troubles, and many are diagnosed (or misdiagnosed). Because SIBO is a relatively new finding, it can be difficult to find someone who understands the condition, has experience treating it, and is willing to stay up to date on the most current research. Join in as Dr. Kimball and I talk all things SIBO - what it is, how it...


Episode 15: Scientist to psychic - my journey from hyper-feeling analyst to confident clairvoyant

Today I take you on my journey from scientist to psychic. This is - by far - the most asked question I received. That of the journey - how did I get here? How did I leave my safe life as a scientist, someone who was in a respectable field, for a life as unsafe as that of a psychic? It took 10 years, one divorce, a trip to India, meditation, courage, and a lot of jumping and hoping that some sort of net appeared. Full show notes at Support at...


Episode 14: Carmen Cool takes on the diet industry, traditional psychotherapy and disordered eating

This week, psychotherapist and sensitive pioneer Carmen Cool and I talk about the link between high sensitivity and disordered eating and how she helps people struggling with disordered eating. We talk about how Carmen is working to dismantle the diet industry and give people the tools they need to connect to their inner wisdom in order to find real freedom. Ever been to therapy and wondered, "Why are they so distant?" Carmen is doing work to break down the traditional norm of professional...


Episode 13: A live intuitive reading on air plus a narrative of what's happening behind the scenes

Today I have permission from a client to share an intuitive reading I gave her recently. I take you behind the scenes at some of my prep work, how I see (clairvoyantly) energy and know (claircognizantly)energetic information. You get a bird's eye view of what it could look like to work with me or learn to do this work for yourself. For full show notes, visit Support this podcast at Love my new cover art?...


Episode 12: Ancestral healing creates spiritual blessings and responsibilities with Darla Antione

This week, Darla Antione and I gush about all things ancestral - the healing of lineages and why it's important, the spiritual blessings and gifts that come from this work, and the spiritual responsibilities that may be required. Darla talks about how doing this work in her own life has opened up clearer connection to spirit, better guidance from her ancestors, and a clearer sense of intuitive guidance. We dish about fairies, past lives, incarnations - we didn't miss anything in this super...


Episode 9: How to jump over the technology hurdle with Nikole Gipps

Today I speak with web and technology guru Nickole Gipps of That Super Girl, her own website hosting, security and management company. We discuss a common theme that sensitive creatives face - that of seeing the technology side of business as a hurdle. Rather than letting technology scare you into shelving your dream, Nikole shares with us how to take a different approach to technology in order to keep our dreams, projects and businesses alive. Full show notes at...


Episode 8: What would decolonizing spirituality look like?

Today I'm getting my thoughts out about the colonization, cultural appropriation, and white-washing often found in New Age spirituality, especially within spiritual circles of white women. I discuss the problems with spiritual bypassing, the need for spirituality to include social justice, and advocate for spiritual responsibility - an embodied spirituality that includes action in the physical world. I ask the question, "What would decolonizing spirituality look like, and how do we start?"...


Episode 7: Claiming a Spiritual Path that Feeds Our Soul, a personal story with Ane Axford

Ane Axford, founder of Sensitive Leadership, talks to us about her personal story of growing up in a conservative Mormon religion - a faith that didn't make sense or feed her. She tells us how she began to understand why the faith didn't feed her, and her journey to find the courage to leave this faith to find a spiritual practice that fed her soul. This is a deeply personal journey of one person finding a spiritual practice, but the lesson - that we, as highly sensitive people, need a...


Episode 6: Writing as Medicine with Janelle Hardy

In this episode, bodyworker, creativity cultivator and memoir writing coach Janelle Hardy talks about the ways that reclaiming our stories in the process of memoir writing can be incredibly healing. Janelle tells us about the freedom created when we uncover and examine our ancestry, and how this knowing can empower who we are. She connects the importance of body practices for bringing forth creativity, and shares some details of her memoir writing course that starts in February, called...


Episode 5: The Need for Spiritual White People to Dismantle White Supremacy with Abigail Rose Clarke

Today, Abigail and I dig deep into the topic of white supremacy - what it is, how it works, and what we can do about it. We're specifically talking to white people, and spiritual white people in particular. We look at the ways that white supremacy acts like a code or program that our culture runs on, some of the history that built that code, how white supremacy and colonization are related, and why it's important for white highly sensitive people to join in. Abigail leads a course for...


Episode 4 - Reclaiming Your Innate Resilience With Elizabeth Rainey

In this episode, Elizabeth Rainey tells us how her early life of pushing and controlling her body lead to a journey of deep listening and finding her innate resiliency. We discuss the tools that yoga, yoga therapy and somatic experiencing offer us in accessing our inner resources so that we can increase our capacity for meeting life and live in resiliency.


Episode 3 Sukie

Sukie Baxter invites highly sensitive people to take up space - in our bodies and in our lives. In this episode, we explore what exactly this means, plus cover how the body is the key to creating more space within our whole lives. At the end of the episode, Sukie takes us through a practice to help us understand how we're currently taking up space in our body and how we can begin to make changes.


Episode 2: I believe high sensitivity can save the world

Episode 2: I believe high sensitivity can save the world by Sensitivity Uncensored


Episode 1: On Being a Sensitive Creative Pioneer with Heidi Frank Palmer

In this episode, Heidi and I discuss the gifts and challenges of living a spiritual life as a highly sensitive person and pioneer. We uncover how to find the vulnerability and courage it takes to live authentically as a highly sensitive person, and share the vision of our new membership group, The Refuge for Sacred Rebellion.


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