It's our first repeat guest!
This time last year Halley Kim joined us to talk about the importance of Birth Stories. At the time, she had a secret that only a handful of people in her life knew about. But today, Halley is sharing freely about what she once believed, what she believes now, and how we can compassionately usher people towards changing their minds.
You can find Halley on Instagram as @halley.kim_ and Facebook as Halley_Kim
One day she may even return to writing on her blog that you can find at halleykim.com
In the meantime she's preaching sermons that you can find on YouTube - like this one
Resources mentioned in this episode:
PBS Documentary: Vaccines - Calling The Shots
On Immunity: An Inoculation by Eula Biss
This Podcast Will Kill You
Vaccines Did Not Cause Rachel's Autism: My Journey as a Vaccine Scientist, Pediatrician and Autism Dad by Peter Hotez
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Rachael Gallagher and Elizabeth Varaso discuss what pets have to teach us about birth and death, and truly living. Understanding our personal relationships with pets is an important part of understanding ourselves. We support our life's journey when we embrace caregiving, whether it be another person or an animal.
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Rachael Gallagher and Elizabeth Varaso enjoy a conversation with Eileen Shaklee, aka "Mama Fry," who blogs at "Autism With A Side of Fries." Eileen first began blogging about life with her french-fry-loving Autistic son 9 years ago, and has built an online community where the unique joys and challenges of living with Autism can be shared.
You can find Eileen's blog at Autism With a Side of Fries, or else follow her on Facebook or Instagram.
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Rachael and Elizabeth have the privilege of talking through how Tara McAlonan's family has come to be, challenge by challenge, heartbreak by heartbreak and how it all led to the adoption of Cade Francis. We are delighted to share this with you!
Resolve Support Groups
In this episode, we interview Elizabeth's first Philadelphia friend, Shera Morris. We have the privilege of talking through how creativity helped her to find thin places even when going through grief. We are delighted to share this conversation with you!
Pathways to Housing PA
In this week's episode we're celebrating being back to regular podcasting! Rachael and Elizabeth start the podcast off with a recap of the thin places they experienced over the summer. Then, they share some insight on where the podcast is headed in the coming weeks and months.
Mentioned in this episode: In the Heights
Bachelor in Paradise
Higher Learning Podcast
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Today we are joined by Zoe Archer, Reiki master and yoga guide. In this episode we talk about Zoe's journey toward Reiki. We also use this time to learn about what takes place in a reiki session, we experience a bit of the benefits of Reiki, and the surprise of the role Zoe played in the origin of this very podcast!
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In this week’s episode we discuss cycles, cicadas, and legacies, and the ways in which we can honor who we were and who we are becoming. We reveal what we were doing 17 years ago (the last time Brood X of the Magicicadas emerged), plus we ponder what we might be doing 17 years into the future.
Rachael also shares her plans to move to Florida and explains what that means for the podcast (spoiler alert: nothing is changing!).
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On episode 51, Rachael and Elizabeth share their thoughts about birds and tell stories of encounters with birds. In this episode we discuss not only the symbolism of birds but the nature and beauty of birds and what they can teach us about life and death.
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On this episode, we’re joined by a fellow Philadelphian, Ben Wildflower. Take a listen to get some insight, encouragement, and understanding of Ben’s art. We know this will deeply encourage and challenge you! Please consider subscribing, leaving a review, and sharing this podcast with a friend.
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