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Today we're discussing the essays: "Remove the Suggestion Box" and "Your Permission Slip"  from Big Magic: creative living beyond fear by Elizabeth Gilbert.Resources and creative works we mentioned in today's episodeBeyond the Gender Binary by Alok Vaid-MenonMediocre by Ijeoma Oluo*Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links.*Full Heart Free Voice LinksSend in a listener question at fullheartfreevoicepodcast@gmail.comJoin our PatreonFollow us on InstagramBuy our Podcast MerchBrowse the books we mention on the showSign up for our Monthly NewsletterEmma's Links6 steps to calm your fear and write your first blog post (Join my newsletter and get an oracle card from me on the new moons)Writing Ritual to Kindle the Magic in Your Writing LifeCaitlin's LinksFinally start your passion projectsMulti-passionate coachingWedding coachingWeekly multi-passionate PSAIf you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player!Attributions:Theme music: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their track “Shine a Light” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin BosshartDisclaimerThis episode is not a replacement for therapy, mental health care, or any medical treatments you may need. You are completely responsible for your health and well-being. You are fully responsible for the decisions and actions you take with regard to your life and affairs. This podcast does not create a coach-client relationship between you and the hosts of the show.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)Support the show
In this preview episode Emma talks to Caitlin about our first book selection for The Full Heart Free Voice Podcast: Women Who Run With the Wolves by Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes.In this episode you will learn:What Women Who Run With the Wolves is aboutWhy Emma and Caitlin are excited to study this bookTips for how to go about reading Women Who Run With the WolvesWhy engaging with community is amazing when studying this bookOur first full episode will be published on Wednesday January 15! We'll be studying "The Introduction: Singing Over the Bones" from Women Who Run With the Wolves.Follow us on Instagram!Find out more about Emma Veritas at: https://www.veritaswriterssanctuary.comFind out more about Caitlin Bosshart at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/, on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/*Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links.*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our monthly Book Club episode where we discuss a chapter from our current book choice: Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype by Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes.We are starting with the “Introduction: Singing Over the Bones”. We invite you to read along with us. Each Book Club episode will include a detailed synopsis so you can listen whether you’ve read the chapter or not.You can follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_Podcast You can sign up for the podcast newsletter at: https://www.wildauthenticity.com/podcast Podcast Episode Summary:In this episode we begin our journey through Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes’ 1991, best selling, feminist classic, “Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype”, starting with the introduction entitled “Singing Over the Bones”, which introduces us to the terminology and purpose of the book. Caitlin and Emma start the episode by sharing why they are excited to be reading this book as well as what they thought of the chapter. Caitlin and Emma also share their individual approaches to reading this often intimidating book. Emma then shares her synopsis of the chapter, offering plain, approachable language to the author’s writing. Caitlin and Emma each take turns sharing what they thought of the chapter as well as insights from one quote that spoke to them while reading. They discuss:What it feels like to be inauthentic.Their journeys of reconnecting with their true selves.How to get the most out of this non-traditional self-help book and how to approachably dive deeper into this complicated text, and more.Timestamps:0.32: About the book2.09: Why we're excited to read the book15:00: What Caitlin thought of the book20:50: What Emma thought of the book28:04: Caitlin's quote discussion37:40: Emma's quote discussionWe would love to know:What did you think of The Introduction?What is one quote from The Introduction that stood out to you that you would like to explore more?Other works mentioned during this episode: “Finding Your Own North Star” written by Martha Beck “The Artist’s Way” written by Julia Cameron How to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma Veritas at Veritas Writers SanctuaryCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin Bosshart and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Follow Caitlin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/Attributions:Theme music: A special thank you to these incredible artists, who created the music featured in our podcast: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin Bosshart*All links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our “Life School” episode where we take a theme from the chapter we are studying from our current book club selection, Women Who Run With the Wolves by Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes, and we share a tool, practice, or exercise for how to work with that theme in a practical way that helps us live with both a full heart and a free voice. This month we are studying the Introduction: “Singing Over the Bones”. In this episode we explore how the theme, “Story as Medicine”, can be applied to our own lives. We demonstrate an exercise where we use “story as medicine” for ourselves, and we invite you to do the same exercise for yourself. You can follow along with the prompts below.You can also follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_PodcastTry This At Home"Story as medicine" prompts:What is a story you loved from your childhood?What was it about this story that spoke to you? Looking back at the previous answer, where do you see this showing up in your life right now? What action is this whole contemplation calling you to?If you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player! In our next “Book Club” episode we will be studying chapter 2: “The Howl: Resurrection of the Wild Woman”.Timestamps:0:39 - About "Story as Medicine"4:34 - Caitlin talks about "The Little Mermaid"14:06 - Emma talks about "The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe" by C.S. LewisHow to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma Veritas at Veritas Writers SanctuaryCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin Bosshart and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Follow Caitlin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/Attributions:Theme music: A special thank you to these incredible artists, who created the music featured in our podcast: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin Bosshart*All links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our monthly Book Club episode where we discuss a chapter from our current book choice: Women Who Run With the Wolves by Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes.In this episode, we discuss chapter 1 “The Howl: Resurrection of the Wild Woman”. We invite you to read along with us. However, each Book Club episode is designed so that you can listen whether you’ve read the chapter or not.You can follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_Podcast You can sign up for the podcast newsletter herePodcast Episode Summary:In chapter 1, we dive even deeper into the Wild Woman archetype. We talk about the function of this archetype and the type of work we can do to engage more with the Wild Woman in our lives, so that we can begin to collect and restore the pieces of ourselves that we’ve lost.Timestamps:0:39 - Chapter synopsis8:54 - Collecting the indestructible pieces of ourselves15:45 - The Life/Death/Life Cycle and creating a healthy relationship to anger20:23 - Finding your soul's truth24:00 - Understanding Wild Woman metaphors28:57 - The trial & error mindset and personality types 38:39 - The hope of the Wild Woman within44:38 - The optimal attitude towards the spiritual journeyWe would love to know:What did you think of chapter 1?What is one quote from the chapter that stood out to you?Try this at home:Take the quote that stood out to you and discuss with a friend or journal about what it brings up for you at this time in your life.Other works mentioned during this episode: The Art of Empathy by Karla McLaren *All links to bookshop.org are affiliate links****If you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player! ***How to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma Veritas at Veritas Writers SanctuaryCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin Bosshart and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Follow Caitlin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/Attributions:Theme music: A special thank you to these incredible artists, who created the music featured in our podcast: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin BosshartSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our “Life School” episode where we take a theme from the chapter we are studying from our current book club selection, Women Who Run With the Wolves by Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes, and we share a tool, practice, or exercise for how to work with that theme in a practical way. This month we are studying chapter 1: “The Howl: Resurrection of the Wild Woman”. In this episode we demonstrate how to use an adaptation of a Jungian dream interpretation technique as a more advanced form of “Story as Medicine” than what we presented in life school episode #2. We invite you to listen as we walk each other through this exercise and invite you to try the same exercise for yourself following the prompts below.Try this at home: Dream Interpretation On StoryOpen up your book to the story of “La Loba" in chapter 1 and simply plop your finger down on a random sentence on the page.Pick out each of the objects in the sentence and for each object write down any personal associations you have with that object. Ask yourself:  What metaphorical significance does it hold for me? What images or memories arise?Now write out the sentence and replace the subject in that sentence with your personal associations.Read the sentence again and ask yourself: What motifs do you see in this sentence, and how is the motif showing up in your life or where does it *need* to show up in your life?You can  follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_PodcastSign up for our podcast newsletter hereResources mentioned in this episode:Clarissa Pinkola Estes's audio “Beginner’s Dream Interpretation” which can be purchased here.If you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player! How to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma Veritas at Veritas Writers SanctuaryCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin Bosshart and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Follow Caitlin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/Attributions:Theme music: A special thank you to these incredible artists, who created the music featured in our podcast: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin Bosshart*All links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our monthly Book Club episode where we discuss a chapter from our current book choice: Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes.In this episode, we discuss chapter 2 “Stalking the Intruder: The Beginning Initiation”. We invite you to read along with us; however, each Book Club episode is designed so you can listen whether you’ve read the chapter or not.You can follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_Podcast You can sign up for the podcast newsletter hereEpisode Summary:Content Warning: Chapter 2 features the story of “Blue Beard”, which involves both abuse and violence. We share a synopsis of the story as it’s essential to the theme of this chapter, which is all about the initiation process of learning to listen to one’s intuition. We also share personal stories that may be difficult for some to hear.In this episode, we explore the ways the initiation process of trusting intuition has shown up in our own lives and how we’ve begun to understand the ways that connecting with intuition can offer a path to personal freedom. NEED HELP? If themes from this episode feel close to home, we have compiled a list of resources that have been impactful in our own lives, click here to access: ResourcesWe would love to know:What did you think of chapter 2?What is one quote from this chapter that stood out to you that you would like to explore more?What is one thing from the chapter you want to take away into your life?Other works mentioned during this episode: Leaving the Saints by Martha BeckFlowers of the Night Oracle by Cheralyn Darcey***If you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player! ***How to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma Veritas at Veritas Writers SanctuaryCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin Bosshart and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Follow Caitlin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/Attributions:Theme music: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art: Caitlin BosshartFairy tale music: "Fairytale Waltz" by Kevin MacLeod *Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
We had originally recorded the life school episode for Chapter 2 of Women Who Run with the Wolves before the impact of the COVID 19 outbreak was felt in the vast majority of the world. In a matter of weeks and even days life for many of us has drastically changed.We want you all to know our hearts are with you in this difficult time. We wish safety, health, and wellbeing to you, your loved ones, and your communities. Feeling the call to follow our own intuitions we have decided that instead of our original episode to offer you a guided meditation that Caitlin wrote several years ago inspired by her Honeybees called “The Inner Hive Meditation for Embracing Stillness”.As a beekeeper the honeybee has been one of Caitlin’s greatest teachers and we felt that offering wisdom from nature’s ultimate Wild Woman Collective is the best medicine we can offer at this time. This meditation is all about embracing and preparing ourselves to thrive while in times of stillness just as the bees do in winter time in cold climates. This meditation is also about clearing out that which no longer serves us, so that we can connect more deeply with ourselves, our truth and our intuition, which is very much connected to the theme of chapter 2 “Stalking the Intruder: The Beginning Initiation”.While you won’t hear Emma in this episode she is very much there in spirit and the creative genius behind the editing and sound of this and every episode!Please know that regardless of whether you’ve had a chance to listen to the last episode or have read this chapter, this meditation is for everyone.If you know someone who needs this meditation right now, we hope you’ll share it with them. Try this at home: Guided meditationFor this life school episode, there is nothing you need to do except find a comfortable space to sit, listen and receive. You can  follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_PodcastYou can sign up for the podcast newsletter here**If you loved this episode, please subscribe, share and leave us a review**. How to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma Veritas at Veritas Writers SanctuaryCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin Bosshart and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Follow Caitlin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/Attributions:Theme music: A special thank you to these incredible artists, who created the music featured in our podcast: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin BosshartSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is a special bonus episode that is the perfect compliment to the guided “Inner Hive Meditation for Embracing Stillness” in Episode 6! A few years ago we recorded a four part series on the wisdom the bees have to offer us each season. We love how these audios celebrate the life-death-life cycle, which Clarissa Pinkola Estes says is the essence of the Wild Woman. Having just celebrated the Vernal Equinox and the first day of spring for the northern Hemisphere, we want to share our conversation on what the bees have to teach us about the push and pull energy of spring. In this episode you will learn about bees, plants, intuition, and the importance of taking action on the thing you are called to do. In the episode Caitlin mentions the democratic voting process bees engage in while swarming and deciding where to make their new home. She researched this further and wrote about in her blog titled “Spring in the Hive: Wisdom from the Bees to Your Inner Hive”. If you’d like to learn more you can read the blog here: https://caitlinbosshart.com/spring-in-the-hive-wisdom-from-the-bees-to-your-inner-hive/Try this at home: Listen to the “Inner Hive Meditation for Embracing Stillness” in episode 6Choose one piece of wisdom from the bees that resonated with you and journal about it. Connect to our podcast community:You can also follow us on Instagram at: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_PodcastYou can sign up for the podcast newsletter here**If you loved this episode, please subscribe, share and leave us a review.** How to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma Veritas at Veritas Writers SanctuaryDownload Emma's free guide at: 3 Habits to Calm Your Fear and Get You WritingCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin Bosshart and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Follow Caitlin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/Attributions:Theme music: A special thank you to these incredible artists, who created the music featured in our podcast: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin BosshartSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our monthly Book Club episode, discussing a chapter from our current book choice: Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes.In this episode, we discuss chapter 3 “Nosing Out the Facts: The Retrieval of Intuition as Initiation”.You can follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_Podcast You can sign up for the podcast newsletter hereSummary:This chapter is for those of us who want to learn how to listen to our intuition and use it to make decisions in our lives. It’s for those of us who want to find fulfillment by being more of our True Selves, even if that goes against societal expectation.In this chapter, Dr. Estes introduces us to an initiation about claiming a new understanding about our intuition, which you might also call your inner knowing. In Chapter 3 Dr. Estes shares the story, Vasalisa the Wise, who must complete 9 tasks to trust her own intuition. The tasks are:#1 Allow the too good mother to die (Be willing to take risks and step into the unknown)#2 Expose the crude shadow (See the tension between being yourself and appeasing external expectations)#3 Navigate in the dark (Listen to your intuition to make decisions)#4 Face the wild hag (See the power of your intuition and be able to stand both within the power and the non-ordinariness of it)#5 Serve the non-rational (Do personal growth processes to cleanse the mind and clear it from anything blocking intuition)#6 Separate this from that (Know what nourishment to bring into your life and what to let go of)#7 Ask the mysteries (Seek wisdom from and about the numinous, and know what to ask about and what to let be a mystery)#8 Stand on all fours (Claim the Soul Self; Claim the fire of your knowing)#9 Recast the shadow (Let go of that which no longer serves)We would love to know:How did this chapter help you live with a full heart and a free voice?What is one quote from this chapter that stood out to you that you would like to explore more?***If you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player! ***How to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma Veritas at Veritas Writers SanctuaryDownload Emma's free guide: 3 Habits to Calm Your Fear and Get You WritingCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin Bosshart and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Follow Caitlin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/Attributions:Theme music: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art: Caitlin BosshartFairy tale music: "Fairytale Waltz" by Kevin MacLeod*Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our “Life School” episode where we take a theme from the chapter we are studying from our current book club selection, Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, and we share a tool, practice, or exercise for how to work with that theme. This month we are studying Chapter 3: “Nosing Out the Facts: The Retrieval of Intuition as Initiation”. In this episode we demonstrate how to use an exercise to help you trust your intuition.With this exercise you will explore a situation from the past where you knew your intuition was telling you which choice to make, and you either affirmed or denied your intuition. You will explore your relationship to your knowing and the results of the choice you made. The purpose of this exercise is to help you get to know how your intuition communicates with you, so you can trust it when you hear your intuition again in the future.Try this at home: With this episode’s exercise you will answer the following questions to learn how to trust your intuition:Describe a time in the past when you knew your intuition was speaking to you. This is an experience where you knew the choice to make, even if you couldn’t explain exactly how you knew.What was your intuition telling you?How did your body respond when you had this intuitive knowing? How did it feel?What thoughts did you have that either affirmed or denied your intuitive knowing?What did you do? Did you follow your intuition or did you make another choice?What was the result? What happened?If you did not follow your intuition, is there a more empowering thought you could have had that would have helped you affirm your knowing?How have these questions helped you with your relationship to your intuition?Other Works MentionedThe Four Tendencies QuizLet's Connect:Follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_PodcastSign up for the podcast newsletter here**If you loved this episode, please subscribe, share and leave us a review**. How to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma at Veritas Writers SanctuaryDownload Emma's free guide: 3 Habits to Calm Your Fear and Get You WritingCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Attributions:Theme music: A special thank you to these incredible artists, who created the music featured in our podcast: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin Bosshart*Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our Book Club episode where we discuss a chapter from our current book choice: Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes. In this episode, we discuss chapter 4 “The Mate: Union with the Other”.Podcast Episode Summary:This chapter focuses on how to identify relationships in your life that are nourishing to your wild self, whether romantic or platonic.  This chapter is also about the internal spiritual journey and learning how to unite to and love your own wild woman self. In this chapter Dr Estes features the story of “Manawee”, which is about a marriage proposal made out of love for the wild nature. In this episode we share personal stories from our journeys of uniting with our wildish natures and finding relationships that honor and love that part of us too.We want to acknowledge that this story is gendered, talking about a male seeking female partners, but know that in story medicine each part of the story really represents energies in the world and archetypes that live within each of us. We’re studying this story through the lens of how a masculine energy might unite with a feminine energy both within ourselves and externally in relationships of all kinds, romantic or in friendships, and regardless of anyone’s gender identity. But we do also really appreciate the extra work our non-binary listeners do when you are presented with gendered language, and know that we appreciate you. In our episode we do our best to respect the full spectrum of gender identification and relationships.We would love to know:How does the theme of this chapter help you live with a full heart and a free voice?What is one quote from this chapter that stood out to you that you would like to explore more?What is one nugget you want to take away with you?Other works mentioned in this episode:The Book of Runes By Ralph H. BlumFinding Your Own North Star by Martha BeckIf you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player!Let's Connect:You can follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_Podcast You can sign up for the podcast newsletter hereHow to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma at Veritas Writers SanctuaryDownload Emma's free guide: 3 Habits to Calm Your Fear and Get You WritingCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Attributions:Theme music: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin Bosshart*Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
Hi Everyone,This week we decided not to publish a new episode, because we would love for you to know about and listen to these amazing podcasts.Code Switch Podcast1619About RaceThe Diversity GapIntersectionality Matters!Momentum: a race forward podcastPod for the cause Pod Save the PeopleSeeing WhiteGood Ancestor PodcastThank you to Sarah Sophie Flicker and Alyssa Klein for compiling this document of anti-racism resources for white people. You might also want to check out these links: Ways to Help and Anguish and Action.We love you all,Caitlin & EmmaSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our “Life School” episode where we take a theme from the chapter we are studying from our current book club selection, Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, and we share a tool, practice, or exercise for how to work with that theme. This month we are studying Chapter 4: “The Mate: Union with the Other”.With this exercise you will combine everything we've learned so far. You'll turn to your intuition to rate a relationship on the scale of Thriving Relationships (Manawee) to Negative Relationships (Bluebeard). Then you'll seek your intuition to determine the level of closeness you intuitively know you want to have with this person.Episode Download You can download the PDF of all the steps for this practice here.Other Resources MentionedFinding Your Own North Star by Martha BeckHow to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. KendiGoogle Doc of Resources for Abusive RelationshipsCreditThank you so much to the work of Martha Beck, and her Life Coach Training, where Caitlin and Emma learned the original practices this work is derived from.Let's ConnectFollow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_PodcastSign up for the podcast newsletter here**If you loved this episode, please subscribe, share and leave us a review**. How to Connect with EmmaFind out more about Emma at Veritas Writers SanctuaryDownload Emma's free guide: 3 Habits to Calm Your Fear and Get You WritingCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with CaitlinFind out more about Caitlin and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Follow Caitlin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/AttributionsTheme music: A special thank you to these incredible artists, who created the music featured in our podcast: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin Bosshart*Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*DisclaimerThis episode is not a replacement for therapy, mental health care, or any medical treatments you may need. You are completely responsible for your health and well-being. You are fully responsible for the decisions and actions you take with regard to your life and affairs. This podcast does not create a coach-client relationship between you and the hosts of the show.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our Book Club episode where we discuss a chapter from our current book choice: Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes. In this episode, we discuss chapter 5 “Hunting: When the heart is a lonely hunter”.Podcast Episode Summary:This chapter is about understanding committed love, not as something where only pleasure is allowed, only good times, only increase, but where the Life-Death-Life cycle is honored. It is about understanding there are times of closeness, connection, and plenty and also times where you feel farther apart or where aspects of your relationship need to be released so something new can come into being.In this reading Dr. Estes offers the story of "Skeleton Woman", and she analyzes how this story represents the phases of love in long term relationships. In the episode, Emma interviews Caitlin about her relationship, and Caitlin tells us personal stories about how each of the phases of love have been represented in her marriage.We would love to know:How does the theme of this chapter help you live with a full heart and a free voice?What is one quote from this chapter that stood out to you that you would like to explore more?What is one nugget you want to take away with you?Black Lives MatterThe month we would love for you to listen to the following Ted Talk Playlist to enhance your antiracism education: Talks to help you understand racism in America.**If you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player!**Let's Connect:You can follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_Podcast You can sign up for the podcast newsletter hereHow to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma at Veritas Writers SanctuaryDownload Emma's free guide: 3 Habits to Calm Your Fear and Get You WritingCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Follow Caitlin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/Attributions:Theme music: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin Bosshart*Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our “Life School” episode where we take a theme from the chapter we are studying from our current book club selection, Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, and we share a tool, practice, or exercise for how to work with that theme in your life. This month we are studying Chapter 5: “Hunting: When the heart is a lonely hunter”.In this chapter we learned about the Life-Death-Life Cycle, where you pay attention to what needs to be released from your life and what needs to be invited in.With today's exercise you'll walk through a guided movement meditation practice to help you flow with your own natural life-death-life cycle. You will set an intention for what wants to be released and what wants to be invited in.You will practice yoga postures and breath work to help you work with your intention.Episode Download You can download the PDF of all the steps for this practice, including photos, hereBlack Lives MatterThe month we would love for you to check out and do Layla F. Saad's workbook, Me and White Supremacy.**If you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player!**Let's Connect:You can follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_Podcast You can sign up for the podcast newsletter hereHow to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma at Veritas Writers SanctuaryDownload Emma's free guide: 3 Habits to Calm Your Fear and Get You WritingCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Follow Caitlin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/Attributions:Theme music: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin Bosshart*Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*DisclaimerThis episode is not a replacement for therapy, mental health care, or any medical treatments you may need. You are completely responsible for your health and well-being. You are fully responsible for the decisions and actions you take with regard to your life and affairs. This podcast does not create a coach-client relationship between you and the hosts of the show.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is a special bonus episode that is the perfect compliment to studying the Life-Death-Life nature of Skeleton Woman! A few years ago we recorded a four part series on the wisdom the bees have to offer us each season. We love how these audios celebrate the life-death-life cycle, which Clarissa Pinkola Estes says is the essence of the Wild Woman. Having recently celebrated the Summer Solstice, we want to share our conversation on what the bees have to teach us about the productive energies of summer. In this episode you will learn about what bees are up to in the summertime and the wisdom and inspiration this has to offer us about expressing our true selves, the importance of self care when life becomes busy and hectic, and more.Try this at home: Listen to the “Inner Hive Meditation for Embracing Stillness” in episode 6Choose one piece of wisdom from the bees that resonated with you and journal about it. Read these books to learn more about bees:Natural Beekeeping by Ross ConradThe Shamanic Way of the Bee by Simon BuxtonThe Beekeeper's Bible uses by Richard Jones and Sharon Sweeney-LynchBlack Lives MatterThis month we would love for you to sign up for ACLU's newsletter with actions you can take to progress antiracist policies and ideas at action.aclu.org.**If you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player!**Let's Connect:You can follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_Podcast You can sign up for the podcast newsletter hereHow to Connect with Emma:Find out more about Emma at Veritas Writers SanctuaryDownload Emma's free guide: 3 Habits to Calm Your Fear and Get You WritingCheck out Emma’s online course, Find Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Find out more about Caitlin and schedule a free consultation at: https://caitlinbosshart.com/Follow Caitlin on Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Follow Caitlin on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/Attributions:Theme music: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin Bosshart*Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our Book Club episode where we discuss a chapter from our current book choice: Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes. In this episode, we discuss chapter 6 “Finding One's Pack: belonging as blessing”.Summary:This chapter focuses on finding a sense of belonging when you have experienced rejection, abandonment, or a sense of exile in your life. In this reading Dr. Estes offers the story of "The Ugly Duckling", and she analyzes how this story shows the path to finding your pack and discovering belonging. In this episode Caitlin interviews Emma about her story from exile to belonging.Resources mentioned:The Soul's Calling AcademyRecovery 2.0SoberfulBlack Lives MatterThis month we would love for you to participate in Rachel Cargle's The Great Unlearn.**If you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player!**Let's Connect:You can follow us on Instagram: @FullHeart_FreeVoice_Podcast You can sign up for the podcast newsletter hereHow to Connect with Emma:Veritas Writer's Sanctuary3 Habits to Calm Your Fear and Get You WritingFind Your True Self AgainHow to Connect with Caitlin:Caitlin's website: https://caitlinbosshart.comCaitlin's Instagram: @caitlin_bosshart Caitlin's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caitlinbosshartlifecoaching/Attributions:Theme music: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé.Fairytale music: Kevin MacLeodOriginal cover art created by: Caitlin Bosshart*Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our “Life School” episode where we take a theme from the chapter we are studying from our current book club selection, Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, and we share a tool, practice, or exercise for how to work with that theme in your life. This month we are studying Chapter 6: “Finding Your Pack: belonging as blessing”.In this chapter we learned about the initiation of moving from exile to belonging in your life by studying "The Ugly Duckling". With today's episode you will learn about the sacred reading practice, Lectio Divina, and how it can enrich your study of this story. All the LinksSubscribe to Antiracism DailyListen to Harry Potter and The Sacred TextFor all the Lectio Divina steps read The Power of Ritual by Casper Ter KuileFollow the Full Heart Free Voice Podcast InstagramSign up for the Full Heart Free Voice Podcast Monthly NewsletterSign up for Emma's online course Find Your True Self AgainSign up for Caitlin's Multipassionate CoachingFollow Caitlin on Instagram**If you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player!**Attributions:Theme music: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin Bosshart*Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*DisclaimerThis episode is not a replacement for therapy, mental health care, or any medical treatments you may need. You are completely responsible for your health and well-being. You are fully responsible for the decisions and actions you take with regard to your life and affairs. This podcast does not create a coach-client relationship between you and the hosts of the show.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
This is our Book Club episode where we discuss a chapter from our current book choice: Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype by Clarissa Pinkola Estes. In this episode, we discuss chapter 7 “Joyous Body: The Wild Flesh”.Summary:This chapter focuses on learning how to see your body through a lens of celebration and joy, instead of the body shame many of us were taught in our cultures of origin. It is for those of us who grew up in cultures that defined what a right body was, and where that definition was so narrow only a very few ever fit into it. It is for those of us who have worked tirelessly to try to force our bodies into being the right body, and are now exhausted from this work that never has an end. And it is for those of us who are ready for a new way, who want to move past body shame and into body celebration and joy.In this episode we discuss:How to see the body as a giftHow to break free from toxic cultural beliefs about the bodyHow to experience the body as a spiritual practiceResources mentioned in the episodeWhen We All VotePerimenopause: The Savvy Sister's Guide to Hormone Harmony by Dr. Anna GarrettBare by Susan HyattTaking Charge of Your Fertility by Toni Weschler, MPHFull Heart Free Voice links:ShopInstagramMonthly NewsletterEmma's links:Emma's Website3 Habits to Calm Your Fear and Get You WritingCaitlin's links:Caitlin's WebsiteCaitlin's InstagramCaitlin's Facebook Page**If you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on your favorite podcast player!**Attributions:Theme music: Wally Ingram, Stevie Blacke and Tom Freund. You heard portions of their tracks “Shine a Light” and “Udu ULove” from their record Spadé. Original cover art created by: Caitlin Bosshart*Links to bookshop.org are affiliate links*DisclaimerThis episode is not a replacement for therapy, mental health care, or any medical treatments you may need. You are completely responsible for your health and well-being. You are fully responsible for the decisions and actions you take with regard to your life and affairs. This podcast does not create a coach-client relationship between you and the hosts of the show.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/fullheartfreevoicepodcast)
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