The Lunar Club was created for spirit first conversations that honor the divine feminine in us all. If you're craving more depth or authenticity in your life then the lunar club can provide the medicine that you're looking for. Our hope for you is that you feel a little more loved and a little more connected every time you listen to one of these conversations. There's power in connection. There's power in our stories. Enjoy.
Combating Racism Through Finance with Melissa Allen
In this episode, host Rhiannon Rosalind talks about Conscious Economics and mindful finance with Black venture capitalist and system changer Melissa Allen.
From Incarceration to Social Innovation with Victor “Divine” Lombard
In this episode, Rhiannon Rosalind speaks with DIVINE about his journey from prison to Silicon Valley, and how hardship and trauma can be a catalyst for greatness.
System Change Through Architecture & Design
In this episode host Rhiannon Rosalind explores themes of feminism and systemic change with award-winning urbanist and designer, Nicole Nomsa Moyo.
Healing the Economy: Rhiannon Rosalind talks Mindfulness + Money as tools for revolutionizing the system and preparing for the future of work
In this episode, Rhiannon Rosalind addresses the critical link between mental health and financial health, highlighting the disproportionate impact on victims of systemic racism and economic injustice. Rhiannon introduces Mindfulness + Money, a holistic financial literacy program piloted by the Jr. Economic Club of Canada to highlight real, lived experiences that contribute to financial wellness. Our trauma, failures, and upbringing may be part of our story but they do not define us.
Check out Rhiannon's article in The Globe and Mail to learn more: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/commentary/article-my-ptsd-and-shame-around-money-are-intricately-linked-its-time/.
Empowering the Feminine Economy: How Womxn Will Change the System
In this episode, Rhiannon Rosalind shares her personal feelings about how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting womxn and the economy.
The Future Generation with Luke Jesse
In this episode, host Rhiannon Rosalind interviews her 9 year old son Luke Jesse about his views on the pandemic, racism and climate change.
So raw and real - a must listen
Rhiannon, your inaugural podcast was so raw, so real. You want your listeners to know you - we definitely do and it was just the first podcast. I can’t wait to hear more. I loved hearing your life story. ..I’m still giggling about your Stiches dress comments! I went to Ryerson too, what a great school. Your podcast is a must listen for everyone. Looking forward to the next episode!