Wild Women Wisdom Podcast

I am thrilled to share my new Wild Women Wisdom Podcast with you. I created this podcast to share conversations with wild, wise women who are irreverent, reverent, and wildly, madly, uniquely themselves. You’ll hear from artists, teachers, authors, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and rebels with a cause. Every conversation will inspire, awaken, and guide you in becoming your most fabulous, intentional, creative self.

Join me for a new podcast every other Friday. If you like what you hear, please subscribe, rate and review at iTunes

                                       

                                    

Wisdom Through Play and Creativity with Rachel Bavis




Rachel Bavis is a certified Intentional Creativity© teacher and child welfare attorney working with organizations, individuals, and youth to help them heal, rejuvenate, and access their inner healer to thrive.  Whimsy and humor are in her tool kit, along with a paintbrush, owl rocks and chocolate!  She believes creativity and play are at the heart of knowing our own wisdom.  You can find her at rachelbavis.com where you can join her Healing the Healer community and gain access to many of her wisdom filled free videos, gratitude journals and coloring books.

Points Covered in Episode:

  • Self-care
  • Daily rituals
  • The journey of entrepreneurship
  • Using creativity for healing
  • PTSD and Secondary Trauma

Riffing on Love, Loss, Creativity with Shelby Frago




Shelby Frago is a private practice psychotherapist, life coach, and working artist living in the Pacific Northwest. But as you get to know her better you will discover her as a Heart Holder, Grief Tender, a Soul Listener, and a Creative Catalyst (aka a Sparkle Pirate who instigates “Intrepid Joy” wherever she can!

She is now on a mission to help other women tap into their creativity to solve problems, make meaning and inspire women of all ages, stages, and walks of life to claim the deepest and most effortless nourishment possible.

Her piece of the Red Thread is to help her beloveds traverse and transcend the wily wilderness of grief and get to the other side of “Re-membering themselves.” Excited to open up an honest and juicy conversation about the depth and breadth of loss (in ALL shapes and sizes), as a self-identified, life-long Shadow and Light tracker, Shelby seeks to root out what is missing and bring it back into the fold. She believes the jewels live in the shadow waiting to be mined. You can find her at www.createtonourish.com.

Points Covered in Episode:

  • The importance of a creative legacy
  • Relational responsibility
  • Moving through grief and loss
  • Creative practices

Transitions and Transformation with Dr. Semerit Strachan




Semerit Strachan, MD, is a student and faculty member at the Cultural Wellness Center in South Minneapolis, MN. She has been the Director of Medicine at the Center since its beginning in 1996, and is the Grio of the Medicine of Transformation.

Her expertise lies in creating a space for the human spirit in the medical encounter, in using culture as a resource in health and healing, and in teaching how to access inner resources to change one’s physiology or disease process. Through “what is my body really trying to tell me?” — an inquiry process in images and words—she teaches the symbolic language of the Body.

Dr. Semerit is a writer, poet, and artist. She is a Color of Woman graduate. She has been trained as a Feminine Power Coach and Facilitator. She is a native of Haiti, married to Donald, and mother to Ariele. And my Birthday Sister!

Christine Arylo and Feminine Power

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Christine Arylo, MBA, is a women’s leadership advisor, transformational teacher and best selling author who works with women to make shift happen – in the lives they lead, the work they do, and the impact they desire to make. Marrying 20 years of business experience with 15 years of feminine & yogic wisdom training, Arylo illuminates how to lead and live a different way, the “feminine way” – professionally successful, internally empowered, and personally sustainable and satisfying. Her programs on intuition, feminine power, and cultivating resilience, self-love and courage have reached over 35,000 students worldwide. A blogger and vlogger since 2007, Arylo now hosts the Feminine Power Time podcast. Christine is writing her fourth book: “Overwhelmed and Over It: Embrace Your Power to Stay Centered and Sustained in a Chaotic World

Points Covered in this Episode:

  • Why it’s so important that we flow with the seasons and things we can do during the Equinox.
  • Why time is not something we need to let go of and why it’s not natural.
  • Our Comparison Queens
  • What to do in times of chaos and overwhelm.
  • Harmonic Defiance: How to understand harmony and use it to make choices.
  • Connection vs. belonging

 

Good Enough with Stella Mac




Today StellaMac shares the stage with herself! She riffs on what it’s been like to create a podcast, is she “good enough”, is this truly her passion and because she loves a good writing prompt she shares one with you as you move into 2020.

Points covered in this episode:

  • Writing exercise
  • What is “good enough”
  • Passion and discipline
  • Showing Up

A Feminine Perspective about the Military with Angela Hernandez




Angela is an Intentional Creativity Teacher, has her Doctor of Nursing and continued her education in holistic nursing to promote her understanding of alternative methods to be a more compassionate, knowledgeable practitioner. Angela also served in the American Military and has witnessed the devastating effects on women in the military as well as both men and women who have a suicide rate of 22 individuals per day and 1 in 4 women get assaulted in the military. In her work as an artist and teacher she is working with women veterans, health care workers and women who have suffered abuse and has seen the positive effect creativity has had with all of the people she is working with.

Points covered in this episode:

 
  • Power in balance and the impact it creates for women in the military
  • The power of creativity in recovery
  • The lives of Veterans
  • How we can help

Introducing Caron McCloud – Poet Laureate of Cosmic Cowgirls!




Caron McCloud is a writer, artist, designer, teacher and entrepreneur. She is an award winning performing poet and has been the poetry teacher for Leading a Legendary Life, Color of Woman and Red Madonna. She has over a dozen books to her credit and a book Rachel’s Bag: In Search of the Qabalah of Our Mothers which examines the radical actions of Old Testament women. She is currently in the editing process for a collection of her poetry and is completing a book on Qabalah, Living the Tree of Life. Now living in Port Townsend, Caron was born in Oakland, California, spending most of her life in the SF Bay area where she had art galleries and in partnership with her mother Eden McCloud founded a women’s clothing design and manufacturing company. Experience in these businesses led to teaching and public speaking.

Points covered in this episode:

 

  • What a faith walk looks like.
  • Why writing and poetry paint pictures.
  • Caron talks about her creativity legacy
  • Caron’s life with artist Sue Hoya Sellars in San Francisco 1960’s
  • Caron shares an identity exercise

Healing Yourself with Catt Z – Part 2




Artist.
Visionary.
Founder of Cosmic Smashbooking.

Catt helps you access your intuition through the Cosmic Smashbook Process, using a combination of intentional creativity and art journaling.

 She was in the computer industry for fifty years as a software designer and decided it was time to break out of the box. So at the age of 60 she I became an Artist and life hasn’t been the same since.

 Catt is a wild woman, pioneer, gypsy, lover of dogs, traveling, and starting over. She loves stepping into dangerous territory and bringing others with her on the journey.

 Catt brings the fun, wisdom, magic, adventure, and courage to assist you in healing yourself enough so you may go out and heal others.

 Points covered in this episode:

  • Cosmic Smashbooking – what is it and Catt shares how to do a page.
  • How creativity and Cosmic Smashbooking can help your own healing
  • Showing up for yourself to find your voice
  • Defining or redefining you as an older woman OR any age.
  • Doing vs Being

 

Healing Yourself with Catt Z – Part 1




Artist. Visionary. Founder of Cosmic Smashbooking.

Catt helps you access your intuition through the Cosmic Smashbook Process, using a combination of intentional creativity and art journaling.

She was in the computer industry for fifty years as a software designer and decided it was time to break out of the box. So at the age of 60 she became an Artist and life hasn’t been the same since.

Catt is a wild woman, pioneer, gypsy, lover of dogs, traveling, and starting over. She loves stepping into dangerous territory and bringing others with her on the journey.

Catt brings the fun, wisdom, magic, adventure, and courage to assist you in healing yourself enough so you may go out and heal others

Points covered in this episode:

  • Cosmic Smashbooking – what is it and Catt shares how to do a page.
  • How creativity and Cosmic Smashbooking can help your own healing
  • Showing up for yourself to find your voice
  • Defining or redefining you as an older woman OR any age.
  • Doing vs Being

Showing Up For What We Believe in with Lys Anzia




Lys Anzia was a human rights journalist and founder of the award winning online magazine WNN – Women News Network dedicated to bringing human rights & women’s rights news to the United Nations & over 600 NGOs. 

Before that, Lys was the first woman on the programming board for the early beginnings of Public Television Channel12 KBDI in U.S. Denver, Colorado at its conception in 1979. Today Lys is working as an artistic agent, connecting artists and art collectors around the world. This startup is just about to premiere online as Parama International Art. 

Over the years Lys was also an award-winning historical playwright; a Pushcart Prize nominee; and a United Nations expert panelist on media.

Points covered in this episode:

  • What social justice is and it is integrated with creativity
  • Women as artists
  • Narrating self-criticism vs self-love
  • Statistics on women in galleries and museums

Want to listen to more Wild Women Wisdom Podcasts? Subscribe at >> iTunes

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Wild Women Wisdom Podcast

I am thrilled to share my new Wild Women Wisdom Podcast with you. I created this podcast to share conversations with wild, wise women who are irreverent, reverent, and wildly, madly, uniquely themselves. You’ll hear from artists, teachers, authors, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and rebels with a cause. Every conversation will inspire, awaken, and guide you in becoming your most fabulous, intentional, creative self.

Join me for a new podcast every other Friday. If you like what you hear, please subscribe, rate and review at iTunes




Wisdom Through Play and Creativity with Rachel Bavis




Rachel Bavis is a certified Intentional Creativity© teacher and child welfare attorney working with organizations, individuals, and youth to help them heal, rejuvenate, and access their inner healer to thrive.  Whimsy and humor are in her tool kit, along with a paintbrush, owl rocks and chocolate!  She believes creativity and play are at the heart of knowing our own wisdom.  You can find her at rachelbavis.com where you can join her Healing the Healer community and gain access to many of her wisdom filled free videos, gratitude journals and coloring books.

Points Covered in Episode:

  • Self-care
  • Daily rituals
  • The journey of entrepreneurship
  • Using creativity for healing
  • PTSD and Secondary Trauma

Riffing on Love, Loss, Creativity with Shelby Frago




Shelby Frago is a private practice psychotherapist, life coach, and working artist living in the Pacific Northwest. But as you get to know her better you will discover her as a Heart Holder, Grief Tender, a Soul Listener, and a Creative Catalyst (aka a Sparkle Pirate who instigates “Intrepid Joy” wherever she can!

She is now on a mission to help other women tap into their creativity to solve problems, make meaning and inspire women of all ages, stages, and walks of life to claim the deepest and most effortless nourishment possible.

Her piece of the Red Thread is to help her beloveds traverse and transcend the wily wilderness of grief and get to the other side of “Re-membering themselves.” Excited to open up an honest and juicy conversation about the depth and breadth of loss (in ALL shapes and sizes), as a self-identified, life-long Shadow and Light tracker, Shelby seeks to root out what is missing and bring it back into the fold. She believes the jewels live in the shadow waiting to be mined. You can find her at www.createtonourish.com.

Points Covered in Episode:

  • The importance of a creative legacy
  • Relational responsibility
  • Moving through grief and loss
  • Creative practices

Transitions and Transformation with Dr. Semerit Strachan




Semerit Strachan, MD, is a student and faculty member at the Cultural Wellness Center in South Minneapolis, MN. She has been the Director of Medicine at the Center since its beginning in 1996, and is the Grio of the Medicine of Transformation.

Her expertise lies in creating a space for the human spirit in the medical encounter, in using culture as a resource in health and healing, and in teaching how to access inner resources to change one’s physiology or disease process. Through “what is my body really trying to tell me?” — an inquiry process in images and words—she teaches the symbolic language of the Body.

Dr. Semerit is a writer, poet, and artist. She is a Color of Woman graduate. She has been trained as a Feminine Power Coach and Facilitator. She is a native of Haiti, married to Donald, and mother to Ariele. And my Birthday Sister!

Christine Arylo and Feminine Power

d

Christine Arylo, MBA, is a women’s leadership advisor, transformational teacher and best selling author who works with women to make shift happen – in the lives they lead, the work they do, and the impact they desire to make. Marrying 20 years of business experience with 15 years of feminine & yogic wisdom training, Arylo illuminates how to lead and live a different way, the “feminine way” – professionally successful, internally empowered, and personally sustainable and satisfying. Her programs on intuition, feminine power, and cultivating resilience, self-love and courage have reached over 35,000 students worldwide. A blogger and vlogger since 2007, Arylo now hosts the Feminine Power Time podcast. Christine is writing her fourth book: “Overwhelmed and Over It: Embrace Your Power to Stay Centered and Sustained in a Chaotic World

Points Covered in this Episode:

  • Why it’s so important that we flow with the seasons and things we can do during the Equinox.
  • Why time is not something we need to let go of and why it’s not natural.
  • Our Comparison Queens
  • What to do in times of chaos and overwhelm.
  • Harmonic Defiance: How to understand harmony and use it to make choices.
  • Connection vs. belonging

 

Good Enough with Stella Mac




Today StellaMac shares the stage with herself! She riffs on what it’s been like to create a podcast, is she “good enough”, is this truly her passion and because she loves a good writing prompt she shares one with you as you move into 2020.

Points covered in this episode:

  • Writing exercise
  • What is “good enough”
  • Passion and discipline
  • Showing Up

A Feminine Perspective about the Military with Angela Hernandez




Angela is an Intentional Creativity Teacher, has her Doctor of Nursing and continued her education in holistic nursing to promote her understanding of alternative methods to be a more compassionate, knowledgeable practitioner. Angela also served in the American Military and has witnessed the devastating effects on women in the military as well as both men and women who have a suicide rate of 22 individuals per day and 1 in 4 women get assaulted in the military. In her work as an artist and teacher she is working with women veterans, health care workers and women who have suffered abuse and has seen the positive effect creativity has had with all of the people she is working with.

Points covered in this episode:

 
  • Power in balance and the impact it creates for women in the military
  • The power of creativity in recovery
  • The lives of Veterans
  • How we can help

Introducing Caron McCloud – Poet Laureate of Cosmic Cowgirls!




Caron McCloud is a writer, artist, designer, teacher and entrepreneur. She is an award winning performing poet and has been the poetry teacher for Leading a Legendary Life, Color of Woman and Red Madonna. She has over a dozen books to her credit and a book Rachel’s Bag: In Search of the Qabalah of Our Mothers which examines the radical actions of Old Testament women. She is currently in the editing process for a collection of her poetry and is completing a book on Qabalah, Living the Tree of Life. Now living in Port Townsend, Caron was born in Oakland, California, spending most of her life in the SF Bay area where she had art galleries and in partnership with her mother Eden McCloud founded a women’s clothing design and manufacturing company. Experience in these businesses led to teaching and public speaking.

Points covered in this episode:

 

  • What a faith walk looks like.
  • Why writing and poetry paint pictures.
  • Caron talks about her creativity legacy
  • Caron’s life with artist Sue Hoya Sellars in San Francisco 1960’s
  • Caron shares an identity exercise

Healing Yourself with Catt Z – Part 2




Artist.
Visionary.
Founder of Cosmic Smashbooking.

Catt helps you access your intuition through the Cosmic Smashbook Process, using a combination of intentional creativity and art journaling.

 She was in the computer industry for fifty years as a software designer and decided it was time to break out of the box. So at the age of 60 she I became an Artist and life hasn’t been the same since.

 Catt is a wild woman, pioneer, gypsy, lover of dogs, traveling, and starting over. She loves stepping into dangerous territory and bringing others with her on the journey.

 Catt brings the fun, wisdom, magic, adventure, and courage to assist you in healing yourself enough so you may go out and heal others.

 Points covered in this episode:

  • Cosmic Smashbooking – what is it and Catt shares how to do a page.
  • How creativity and Cosmic Smashbooking can help your own healing
  • Showing up for yourself to find your voice
  • Defining or redefining you as an older woman OR any age.
  • Doing vs Being

 

Healing Yourself with Catt Z – Part 1




Artist. Visionary. Founder of Cosmic Smashbooking.

Catt helps you access your intuition through the Cosmic Smashbook Process, using a combination of intentional creativity and art journaling.

She was in the computer industry for fifty years as a software designer and decided it was time to break out of the box. So at the age of 60 she became an Artist and life hasn’t been the same since.

Catt is a wild woman, pioneer, gypsy, lover of dogs, traveling, and starting over. She loves stepping into dangerous territory and bringing others with her on the journey.

Catt brings the fun, wisdom, magic, adventure, and courage to assist you in healing yourself enough so you may go out and heal others

Points covered in this episode:

  • Cosmic Smashbooking – what is it and Catt shares how to do a page.
  • How creativity and Cosmic Smashbooking can help your own healing
  • Showing up for yourself to find your voice
  • Defining or redefining you as an older woman OR any age.
  • Doing vs Being

Showing Up For What We Believe in with Lys Anzia




Lys Anzia was a human rights journalist and founder of the award winning online magazine WNN – Women News Network dedicated to bringing human rights & women’s rights news to the United Nations & over 600 NGOs. 

Before that, Lys was the first woman on the programming board for the early beginnings of Public Television Channel12 KBDI in U.S. Denver, Colorado at its conception in 1979. Today Lys is working as an artistic agent, connecting artists and art collectors around the world. This startup is just about to premiere online as Parama International Art. 

Over the years Lys was also an award-winning historical playwright; a Pushcart Prize nominee; and a United Nations expert panelist on media.

Points covered in this episode:

  • What social justice is and it is integrated with creativity
  • Women as artists
  • Narrating self-criticism vs self-love
  • Statistics on women in galleries and museums

Want to listen to more Wild Women Wisdom Podcasts? Subscribe at >> iTunes

Need help with iTunes? Click HERE for supportive guidelines to download, rate and review the Wild Women Wisdom Podcast at iTunes.

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