Rachael and Elizabeth are joined by Dr. Joshua Black, a pioneer and leading researcher in the study of grief dreams. Listen as Dr. Black shares about his own life experiences that gave him the desire to study the intersection of dreaming and grieving, and the fascinating observations he's made about how our dreams can help us through the grieving process.
You can find out more about Dr. Joshua Black, his work and the workshops & courses he offers at https://www.griefdreams.ca
Rachael Gallagher and Elizabeth Varaso are joined by foster parent, Kara Sansonetti to talk about everything from hopes and expectations, to disappointments, to building a family through fostering. Dreams come true! If you have fostered children, are wondering how you can help, or are contemplating becoming a foster parent, take a listen to get some insight, encouragement, and inspiration to play some part in investing in children in this powerful way!
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We discuss BLOOMING and SPRING...It’s finally here and we are loving it! This is a time of year that it bursting with potential and we discuss how that potential is only fully realized through the interdependence of nature. This is a refreshing episode that we hope will warm you up and have you breathing deeper.
In this episode, we talk through the detours of life: chosen detours and detours that are thrust upon us. We can have an attitude and a posture and an approach of being present, which will allow us to experience the joy of the journey rather than focusing solely on the destination. We’ll walk through our spiritual questions about detours in life and the signs that we may be directed by along the way. This is a must listen!
Rachael and Elizabeth are joined by Mari Carmen Farmer and they talk about Mari Carmen’s memories of the birth, life, and death of her daughter, Caela and how those experiences have impacted the lives of many people and have been the great teachers of Mari Carmen’s life.
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Follow Mari Carmen on instagram @mc_mama_osa
Hike and Heal Wellness: http://hikeandhealwellness.org/
On this episode, we are joined by founder and owner of Mama’s Wellness Joint, Paige Chapman. We talk through the creation of Mama’s Wellness Joint, how Paige has navigated this past year, and the evolution of where Paige and Mama’s Wellness Joint are heading.
Links you want:
Mama’s Wellness Joint: https://www.mamaswellnessjoint.com/
Maternal Wellness Village: https://www.oshunfamilycenter.org/maternal-wellness-village
Rachael and Elizabeth ask Paris Northcutt all their burning (get it?) candle questions. Paris is the founder and owner of Lady CIMONNE Candle Company. Paris shares about her journey through Postpartum Anxiety that led her to become a candle-maker.
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Hoooo boy. We’re one year into the Covid-19 pandemic and to process that, Rachael and Elizabeth revisit a never-before-shared recording of a conversation from March 13, 2020. Confront and normalize the fear and grief of the past year with us as we discuss the evolution of our responses to the pandemic.
Birth doula Elizabeth Varaso, and interfaith hospice chaplain Rachael Gallagher draw from personal experiences, ancient scriptures, and a Time Magazine online quiz to reflect on words and the power of naming.
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A group of Rachaels is a glamour! Just ask Urban Dictionary!
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Poet, Pastor, and Peacemaker, Drew Jackson joins us to talk about his forthcoming book “God Speaks Through Wombs”. We also discuss his roles as a poet, a pastor, and a peacemaker. And, we dive deep into reclaiming scripture for the marginalized, the importance of recognizing what it means to move through this world in a Black body, and practical thoughts on honoring the process of noticing and being aware.
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