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This podcast is created to introduce the art of music as a healing balm! The shows will consist of a combination of gospel and smooth jazz musical content that is sure to lift your spirits, and commentary that will minister to your soul. So sit back and enjoy the ride. Please be sure to tell your friends, family, and even your enemies about us! Be blessed, stay safe, and thank you for tuning in!
 
The HerStoryToo show is a platform that inspires, educates, motivates, supports and encourages women and girls from across the globe to live life on their terms and become the best version of themselves. If you would like to be a speaker on the show or have a topic idea you would like to share with us kindly send a message to herstorytoo@gmail.com If you would like to chat with us please dial (929) 477-3564 to connect and share.
 
Welcome to Spoken Word Poetry Podcast. Listen in as Poet and Artist, Ariana R Cherry features words written from her heart and performed from her soul. Every week, you will hear original poetry spoken through performance art and story-telling. Listen weekly on Anchor, Spotify, Apple iTunes and iHeart Radio. Truth, stories and poetry – exactly what the soul needs.Learn more about poet, Ariana R Cherry at: https://arianarcherry.wordpress.comFollow us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Sp ...
 
“Alicia Reece Soul Food Podcast Brings the #hotsauce with powerful interviews that bring information, resources, and inspiration from national guests, celebrities sharing their stories and providng “food for the soul” on politics, entertainment, sports, movies, lifestyles, civic engagement, business and more with a call to action. Why Soul Food? - It's authentic, real, historic, and has flavor. Everything Alicia Reece does she puts her “soul” in it. In addition, Alicia Reece has done a Faceb ...
 
In West Cork, it’s simply known as ‘the murder’. In 1996 French film producer Sophie Toscan du Plantier is found dead near her holiday home. There are no witnesses and no known motive. The police suspect one man in this community but they can’t make a charge stick and he refuses to leave, living under the glare of suspicion ever since. This series brings together an incredible cast of characters, many of whom have never spoken publicly before. The family of the victim bring to life a woman l ...
 
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In this bonus episode, I share about my experience in the Patterns to Presence program, co-facilitated by Sabrina and Zamir on how to transform attachment patters with science and compassion. Learn more about their program here https://patternstopresence.com/
 
We welcome you to Season 2 and Episode 1 of the "Music: Healing The Soul" Podcast! We are excited and ready to bring some great music to your ears, and an encouraging word to uplift your spirit. Tonight's theme is "Be Encouraged!" Our theme scripture for tonight is found in the New Testament prophetic book of Isaiah chapter 41 and verse 10. It says…
 
My guest today is Justice Schanfarber, an artist, marriage counsellor and couples therapist.He is also the author of a two books, including “Conscious Kink for Couples: The beginner’s guide to using kinky sex and BDSM for pleasure, growth, intimacy, and healing.”Our conversation today, we cover some intimate terrority, including: an introduction in…
 
This is an an excerpt from the full episode A Psychedelic Guide to Healing Trauma. My guest Deus Fortier delivers a powerful spoken word transmission that begs to be listened to multiple times over. Enjoy! Connect more with Deus http://deusfortier.com Support this podcast http://themythicmasculine.com/supporter…
 
My guest today is Deus Fortier, a multi-faceted artist, men’s coach, and ceremonial facilitator. He is a fire-keeper and drummer for the Blackfoot sundance in southern Alberta, as well as an initiate of Kriya Yoga, a comprehensive spiritual science, founded by Paramahansa Yogananda of the ancient Swami order. Since 2007, Deus has been working intim…
 
My guest today is Zhenevere Sophia Dao, founder of the philosophy of Post-Daoism and the MogaDao practice tradition.She has been a teacher and innovator of mythosomatic practices for nearly 30 years, and writes on wide variety of spiritual, philosophical, and cultural subjects. Zhenevere is also the founder of the organization, The Transgender Nece…
 
Today I'm happy to speak with Karen Lee Downes, co-founder of FemmeQ, who are holding their next event in Costa Rica as well as online July 24-31st. We are producing the next A Gathering of Stories livestream event in collaboration with their conference. In our conversation, we discuss the journey to come. Get tickets for FemmeQ http://femmeq.org G…
 
Here’s our final thoughts of our first season! Join us for a candid convo as we reminisce our favorite moments, talk about our growth, tell you topics we’d like to do next season, and more! Tune in to share some laughs and good vibes with the gang as we end the season off the right way! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/spoken-soul-pod…
 
My guest today is Maya Luna, a poet and creator of the Deep Feminine Mystery School. She has also authored a book of poetry, OMEGA: Feral Secrets of the Deep Feminine and released a spoken word album, Holy Darkness: A Tantric Opus. In our conversation today, we discuss how to tune into the frequency of the Deep Feminine, through the gateways of the…
 
It’s here… THE SEASON FINALE!!! Our spotlight poet, Tyrik Agnew (IG: @ohdontjudgeme) kicks the episode off with 2 spoken word pieces that leads us to our convo of comedy and poetry. How do they intersect? Is there a blurred line between comedians and poets?! Are poetry parodies funny or nah? Tune in for the convo and to hear us attempt to write our…
 
My guest today is Bill Plotkin, PhD, a depth psychologist, wilderness guide, and founder of western Colorado’s Animas Valley Institute. Bill has led thousands of women and men through nature-based initiatory passages, and is the author of number books, including Soulcraft, Nature and the Human Soul, and Wild Mind. In our conversation today, we disc…
 
This episode’s spotlight poet, Passion the Lioness (IG: @passionthelioness), starts us off with 2 poems on self realization that leads us into this episode’s topic! Join us as we get personal and discuss how poetry has boosted our self-esteem, self love through poetry, and mental health! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to…
 
My guest today is Allan B. Chinen, a psychiatrist in private practice in San Francisco and Clinical Professor Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco. He has lectured extensively and presented numerous workshops on the role of myths, fairy tales and legends on our life stories. He the author numerous books, including In the Ever A…
 
Our first guest ever and poet of love, Julian Price (IG: @thejulianprice), joins us as our spotlight poet Donyell starts us off with a poem that opens a convo for the topic of love! Who writes love poems? Why are they popular? Is it easier to write about love or heartbreak? And can each of us come up with a 4 line poem to an ex or crush/lover? Tune…
 
New Feature Episode: An Englishman is on trial in a French court for a murder committed in Ireland. With no defendant present. And no defence. This story is about Sophie. It is a very special episode to us, and we hope you like it. Go to www.westcorkpodcast.com to be first to know about new episodes and the new shows we are working on. See acast.co…
 
My guest today is Matthew Stillman, a dear friend who has been obsessed with how modern humans fit into an ancient world since, forever. He has a wildly eclectic background, from highlighting the connection between food and culture as a programming executive on the Food Network. He co-produced an acclaimed documentary on The End of Poverty. He even…
 
Happy Beltane! In this bonus episode, Ian MacKenzie and Zamir Dhanji reflect on the inaugural 'A Gathering of Stories' held during Imbolc 2012. This magical weekend brought together a global feast of storytellers, musicians and poets to explore The Soul of Masculinity. The entire journey is has just been released as a self-directed course on The My…
 
Join us on another wild ride of spoken word vs written poetry. Our spotlight poet: Jeremiah I'Shod (IG: @jeremiahishod) starts us off with 2 very different poems! We then discuss the pros/cons of written poetry & spoken word, their accessibility, if a good spoken word can make up for poor writing, and more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor…
 
My guest today is Ramon Parish, an assistant professor in Naropa University’s department of Interdisciplinary Studies. Ramon has been synthesizing mindfulness, embodiment, social justice, the environment, and ritual & ceremony for over a decade, and has helped usher hundreds of young people through contemporary threshold experiences. In our convers…
 
Today we’re kicking things off with our spotlight poet L7! (IG: @450mg). We then debate, do all spoken word artists sound the same? Is battle rap spoken word? And is written poetry or spoken word the best art form?! Tune in for the topics and stay for the laughs!Credits: Epic Build up music the storm by Greg Dombrowski. We did not create this piece…
 
This is a very special episode, recorded only a few days ago, from the front lines of the Fairy Creek Blockade - a peaceful 8 month occupation to prevent the logging of some of the last remaining old growth forest on Vancouver Island, Canada. I have been allied with effort these last few months, including releasing a short film ARISE in collaborati…
 
The internet is abuzz with reactions to Lil Nas X's new video 'Montero', which abounds with a dazzling array of mythological symbolism and queer reclamation. I felt inspired to offer my take in this short bonus episode. Support this podcast http://patreon.com/ianmack Join the Network http://themythicmasculine.com/network…
 
Today’s episode starts off with spotlight poetry from Dey’miree! (IG: dey_miree). We then dive in by talking all things political poetry! Does it create real change? How has it been used from the past to now? What can it do for YOU? Tune in to hear us discuss it all! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. http…
 
My guest today is Eivind Skjellum, an expert in the field of archetypes and masculine psychology. He is also the founder of Reclaim Our Inner Throne, a three month program aimed at guiding men through an initiatory framework of transformation. In our conversation today, Eivind shares about his earlier challenges with chronic fatigue syndrome, and h…
 
West Cork, Ireland is an outpost at the edge of Europe, the jumping-off point for America. Rugged windswept and coastal, it was a place of farmers and fisherman until the 1960’s, when it was discovered by the ‘blow-in’s.’ People who drove until the road ran out, artists and urban runaways – a haven for those ready to turn their backs on their old l…
 
A body is found at the end of a path leading to three houses. In West Cork, the police, known in Ireland as ‘the guards,’ have little experience with serious crime, and the victim—a French woman with a holiday home in the area—is a mysterious figure in West Cork. That night, as news of the murder snakes through the community, everyone begins to que…
 
Sophie Buoniol, commonly referred to by her married name, Sophie Toscan du Plantier, was 39 years old when she was murdered, a well-connected French film producer. In a place where there had been no murder that anyone can remember, locals speculated that the murderer must have come from out of town. But West Cork grapples with which version of Soph…
 
In the weeks following the murder, Schull, the jewel-box vacation town closest to Sophie’s home, becomes a very different kind of place to live. With no answers, and the police focusing on locals, the townspeople start watching their neighbors more closely. And the guards begin receiving anonymous calls about a ‘strange man’ in town. See acast.com/…
 
The guards have a suspect—one who has spent the last 20 years trying to convince Ireland that he is not a murderer. We begin on the first day of the investigation, tracing the suspects’ behavior over the six weeks following the murder, up until the day of his arrest. What was he up to, and how did he become the central figure in one of Ireland’s mo…
 
A blow-in from Manchester, England, the suspect has been grating on locals ever since he first arrived in West Cork. He has been accused of inserting himself into the investigation and delighting in his notoriety, at the expense of figuring out what really happened to Sophie. Though he is often perceived as arrogant and tactless, his history and pe…
 
On February 10th, 1997, the guards make an arrest in a well-orchestrated plan to snare their chief suspect. There’s an interrogation, a question of coercion, and an alibi that doesn’t quite hold up—but no confession. The charge doesn’t stick, for now, but someone close to the suspect appears to waffle on his guilt. See acast.com/privacy for privacy…
 
After the guards fail to get a confession, a game of cat and mouse ensues; the guards need more evidence, but worry that they are being outsmarted. In this episode, secret recordings of the guards give an insight into the lengths they were willing to go to ensnare their suspect—planting spies, using wires—to little success. See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
After the arrest is made public in West Cork, the town is terrified, convinced there is a murderer next-door. And yet, the suspect remains. It seems everyone has a theory, a story about the suspects’ strangeness, from the plausible to the absurd: that he is a sexual predator, he wanders the countryside alone, howling, driven to madness by the full …
 
Sophie Toscan du Plantier’s murder is big news in Ireland—so big that the suspect takes the newspapers to court for defamation, intending to clear his name with the public. But it backfires spectacularly when the newspapers round up angry locals to testify, air secret diaries, and reveal the suspects’ long history as a domestic abuser. See acast.co…
 
After the defamation trial, no one understands why the suspect is still a free man. But the case against him is quickly unraveling; there’s a new, seasoned lawyer, trouble with a key witnesses’ story, and questions about the legitimacy of the guards’ investigation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
So if the guards’ chief suspect didn’t kill Sophie, who did? Theories abound: a ‘French Connection,’ a murderous horse, a misidentified man in a long black coat. There are promising leads that seem to have gone unpursued by the police, and the distinct impression that the case wasn’t nearly as strong as it originally seemed to be. See acast.com/pri…
 
While the case has reached a stalemate in Ireland, a parallel investigation in France--pushed along by Sophie’s family--is moving forward. The suspect finds himself confronted with new charges, the community grapples with the case, and Sophie’s son, just 15 when his mother was murdered, shares a pint in his mother’s favourite pub in West Cork with …
 
My guest today is Meghan Kurts, a writer and entrepreneur dedicated to self-care and planet care. She is the solo mother of a young son, and co-founder of Evohe (ev-oh-AY), an ethical skincare company based in Australia, as well as the author of “A Man’s Guide: Navigating the Menstrual Mood Swing.” In our conversation today, Meghan shares the impet…
 
In today's episode we start off with spotlight poetry from Vernon King! (IG: @vernonleeiii) We then discuss the controversial topic of instapoetry. Does it count? Is it real poetry? Is it worth reading and writing? Find out our thoughts and more with the soulful trio!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. http…
 
My guest today is Taiaiake Alfred, an Indigenous scholar and activist. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including best column writing for the Native American Journalists Association, as well as a National Aboriginal Achievement Award. Taiaiake is an author, governance consultant and former university professor known for his keen focus and co…
 
We’re starting this week’s episode off with spotlight poetry by the Soulful Sage, Baustin! (IG: baus10_theboss). We then ask, is music poetry? Are rappers poets? Does a line need to be drawn?? Well the jury is out and you’ll find out the verdict by tuning in to this week's episode of Spoken Soul! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easie…
 
The Love of God is simply amazing!!! He loves us regardless of who we are and what we do! He loves so much that He sent His Son Jesus Christ to to the cross of Calvary to die for our sins...JUST so we can we can reconnect with Him! (John 3:16) This show is dedicated to God's unconditional love, and how much we love Him in return!! Now stay tuned un…
 
My guest today is Rune Hjarnø, a doctor of History of Religions, educated from the Universities of Uppsala and Copenhagen. He has lived and worked in a number of countries - with a particular focus on Afro-Atlantic and Nordic religions. He is the creator of Nordic Animism, a popular Youtube channel that explores the themes of Nordic religion, cultu…
 
The trio is back at it again and this week we’re tackling the big question, “what makes a good poem?”. We also give you important writing tips and provide a new view on Harlem by Langston Hughes. You don't want to miss a thing so make sure you tune in! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/a…
 
This week's episode is dealing with prayer. Prayer is an essential part of our daily walk with the Lord. It is how we communicate with our Heavenly Father, and how He communicates with us. The Word of God tells us to pray without ceasing...in other words, NEVER STOP PRAYING!! God is always ready to hear from us, and to answer when we call. So don't…
 
It’s the trio's first episode! Today you will get a taste of our life as poets through hearing spoken word pieces from each of us! We also let you know how we got into poetry and why the podcast was created! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor…
 
My guest today is Gary Dillon, a mentor of many years and man I consider deeply grateful to know. I first met Gary through the Orphan Wisdom school, and have discovered that Gary’s rich and varied life has taken him through many pathways and modalities: including learning the traditional Hawaiian art of Lomilomi bodywork, transformational movement …
 
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