Dr. Isadora Leidenfrost speaks about the Red Tent Movement and her film Things We Don’t Talk About: Woman’s Stories from the Red Tent. The Red Tent Movement, is a global grassroots movement that seeks to honor, celebrate, empower and heal women. The focal point of the Red Tent movement is the spontaneous and organic creation of red textile spaces where women gather to rest, renew, and share deep and powerful stories about their lives. Tune in to the end of the interview to find out how you can rent Things We Don’t Talk About for free!
Rev. DiAnna Ritola, a Spiritual and Relationship counselor and Interfaith Minister, about the ways that relationships and sex illuminate the places within us that most need healing and thus draw us closer to deep connection with our Spirit and the Divine.An interview with
Asia Suler, from One Willow Apothecaries and Sumer Zachary share the ways that their illnesses (Lyme Disease and an autoimmune disorder, respectively) became their spiritual teachers and inspired them to begin holistic healing businesses to share their wisdom.
More about Sumer’s journey with healing Idiopathic Transverse Myelitis, the autoimmune disorder that temporarily paralyzed her, can be found on her Health Crises Through the Lens of Tarot episode of "Spirituality and Stuff."
Appalachia School of Holistic Herbalism, the South East's oldest herbal studies school. She speaks about upcoming classes at the school and her off the grid homestead that she has lived on for 20 years. We also discussed the meaning of human biodiversity and the importance of connection to plant and animal life.An interview with Ceara Foley, director of the
Asheville's Village Witch, Byron Ballard, introduces her two books about Appalachian Folk Magic, "Staubs and Ditchwater" and "Asfidity and Madstones."
Mother Grove Temple, a gathering place for those who honor the divine feminine. Angela speaks about how the origins of Halloween as we know it are derived from ancient earth based spiritual traditions' celebration of Samhain.In this WPVM episode of "Spirituality and Stuff," I interviewed Angela Kunschmann, a Priestess at the