The Holy F*ck Podcast is a space for inspiring conversations and storytelling that touch the heart and awaken the soul. A place for the modern seeker, passionate human, and curious explorer. A place where we can redefine what is sacred and what is profane, and feel and open to it all. A place where we can step out of mainstream programming and choose what stories and beliefs and rituals we hold sacred and true.
Join host, Alexandra Roxo, bestselling author, coach to amazing women, multi-disciplinary artist, and rebellious teacher and student of heart, for conversations, stories, advice, and shares on being a passionate, curious human in today's world.
In this space, you will hear from people on all sorts of walks of life, sharing what they are passionate about, what keeps them awake at night, what they consider to be sacred, what they consider to be profane, how they have explored life and freed their hearts and souls through love, spiritual practice, taking risks, art, meditation, sex, drugs, birthing, prayer, experiencing death and life in all its wild tragedies and comedies and gifts. Plus ideas, explorations, advice, and truths from Alexandra on sex, relationships, spirituality, and what it means to be an awake and embodied being on this planet at this time.
Please subscribe, review, and share with fellow passionate curious humans who also have an itch to uncover more truths in this world.
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🌹@AlexandraRoxo on IG
🌹Buy her book, F*ck Like A Goddess (alexandraroxo.com/book)
🌹Grab her online courses and tools for healing and transformation (alexandraroxo.com/tools)
🌹Work with her in 1:1 coaching and mentorship (alexandraroxo.com/workwithme)
The Evolution of the Creative Self with Ruby Warrington
This week, Alexandra speaks with Ruby Warrington, author and Founder of Numinous Books. Creator of the term “Sober Curious,” her books Sober Curious and The Sober Curious Reset have helped spearhead a global movement to reevaluate our individual and collective relationships to alcohol. Other works include Material Girl, Mystical World and The Numinous Astro Deck.
With 20+ years’ experience as a lifestyle journalist, Ruby is also an editor and book doula, and is known as a true thought leader in the Now Age space. She also hosts the popular Sober Curious podcast.
In this episode, you’ll hear:
Ideas on giving yourself the time and space to evolve and bring consciousness around your projects, especially as you’re evolving out of an old form of expression into a new.How reading and storytelling can be a healthy form of escapism and can provide comfort and refuge during more anxious times.How social media and the culture of commentary in online spaces has added more fear and hesitancy for writers and storytellers sharing in today’s world.The difference between anger and grief as motivators for change, and how they can affect our culture differently.Ideas on what is considered to be ‘enough’ in our culture in terms of wealth, money, and the cultivation of assets and possibilities for what our culture could be if we shifted our idea of what all humans require for a comfortable and well-lived life.How Ruby’s writing style and voice has evolved since her first book was published and the ways in which it has matured now that she is working on her third book.And so much more!
Follow Ruby on IG: @numinous_books and @rubywarrington.
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The Gift of Pain with Alexandra Roxo
In today’s podcast, Alexandra answers a listener’s question on how to find joy through pain.
In this episode, Alexandra discusses:
The importance of using your breath to feel into your pain and the emotions associated with it.How to express how you feel about pain in a healthy and necessary way, and how to avoid staying stuck there in the healing process.Ideas on using creativity to transmute the pain into artful expression.How to see pain as your teacher and welcome in any lessons that are there for you to integrate into your life.And more!
Thank you for listening and please remember to like, subscribe, and review!
Earth as Lover with Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens
On today’s episode, Alexandra speaks with Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens, who have been collaborators for 18 years and are founders of the “ecosex movement” where they aim to make the environmental movement more sexy, fun and diverse through art projects. They were official Documenta 14 artists (2017) where they premiered their film, “Water Makes Us Wet”, had a visual art exhibit, and gave Ecosex Walking Tours. They were named 2019 Eureka Fellows. Currently they’re completing a book about their work, “Assuming the Ecosexual Position” for University of Minnesota Press.
In this episode, you’ll discover:
The many definitions of ecosexual and how both sex and eco sex is a spiritual act and way of being.How anyone can be an ecosexual, exclusively or in addition to any other sexualities you may identify with.Ideas and examples on approaching life through art and how to become a life artist.Beth and Annie’s wedding series of marrying the Earth and how ritual can be full of laughter and play, while still holding reverence for the depth of the ceremony.And much more!
Read Assuming the Ecosexual Position: The Earth as Lover book - order at University of Minnesota Press or on Amazon
Discover Annie and Beth’s body of work - sprinklestephens.org / sexecology.org
Healing the Father Wound and Getting Healthy in Love with Alexandra Roxo
On today’s episode, Alexandra is answering a listener question around healing the father wound and learning how to trust men in order to be healthy in love.
In this episode, you’ll hear:
Alexandra’s healing journey of transferring hate into love with her father, and how to discern for yourself which shade of acceptance and forgiveness you can begin to work with in your own process of healing.How to look at the imprint of what someone (your father, for example) left on you is and how to begin to explore how you can transform those imprints and turn them into healing and growth for yourself.Ideas on how to begin to open yourself up to trusting masculinity again by identifying both the harmful aspects of the masculine example you were given AND also the positive traits and examples you’ve experienced.Ideas on navigating a relationship when you are in the process of healing with father and trust wounds.And more!
Opening to Love and Reverence for Life through Psychedelics with Madison Margolin
On today’s episode, Alexandra speaks with Madison Margolin, one of the founders of Double Blind Magazine, a super sexy and inclusive magazine on psychedelics!
Madison Margolin is the co-founder and editorial director of DoubleBlind, a media company and education platform at the forefront of the rapidly growing psychedelic movement. As a working journalist based between New York and Los Angeles, Margolin has covered psychedelics, cannabis, drug policy, Jewish culture, and spirituality for a variety of publications including Playboy Magazine, Rolling Stone, Nylon, VICE, LA Weekly, Tablet, and was featured in High Times among other outlets. A graduate of Columbia Journalism School and UC Berkeley, Margolin has traveled everywhere from pot farms in the Emerald Triangle to the shores of the Ganges River, and all over Israel-Palestine, exploring the role of plant medicine in religion, mental health, and conflict resolution. She got her start in journalism with a column on cannabis at the Village Voice, after having lived in south Tel Aviv working with Eritrean refugees. With more than 6 years of experience covering cannabis and psychedelics, Madison has spoken on topics like social equity, cannabis feminism, drug journalism, and so forth at conferences like SXSW, Horizons: Perspectives in Psychedelics, Digital Hollywood, the Association of Alternative New Media, the American Society of Journalists and Authors, Pepperdine's Cannabis Law Symposium, and more.
In this episode, you’ll hear:
What psychedelics are and what they do in your mind and your being, and why it’s so important to understand and make room for the integration part of the process of working with psychedelics.Ideas on accessing states of being that are experienced during a psychedelic trip even when sober, or in our everyday.Ideas on what the regulation and capitalization of psychedelics may do to the experience, and some ideas on how to maintain the sacredness of the ritual even as the industry grows in the mainstream.Exploration of some of the stereotypes surrounding psychedelics and how Double Blind is steering the conversation and intention behind psychedelics in a direction to accurately show who is engaging with psychedelia.And more!
Connect with DoubleBlind Magazine and see their online course on How to Grow Mushrooms at doubleblindmag.com
Connect with Madison at madisonmargolin.com / jewishpsychedelicsummit.org
Connect with Madison and Double Blind on IG: @madisonmargolin / @doubleblindmag / @jewishpsychedelicsummit
And on Twitter: @margolinmadison / @doubleblindmag
How to Ritualize your Love and Sex Life with Alexandra Roxo
This week, Alexandra is back answering your questions! And today’s topic is all around ritualizing your love and sex practices to help call in what you desire.
In today’s episode, you’ll hear:
Examples of how you can ritualize every aspect of your life, especially when you feel that some parts of your life may have become routine, or are feeling dull or numb.Ideas on creating rituals for yourself around areas you may desire to reconnect to love or sex, and how to integrate that into your life.How to do an inventory on how you are presenting yourself and/or your space to invite love or sex in and see which areas could perhaps use a little inspirational or erotic update.And more!
Inspiring, healing, delicious, deep and playful.
In love with Alexandra’s energy! Inspiring, healing, delicious, deep and playful. Thank you for firing up a flame in me! 🔥To be fully and unapologetically myself 👽♥️