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Divorce Unfiltered Lana & Annalisa

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    #13 Secrets Revealed in the Shower

    #13 Secrets Revealed in the Shower

    Thirteen is Lana's lucky number. Maybe this is also her lucky year coming up: 2023 💦 as  some  wild revelations came through in the shower and are now unraveling in the present as we move through this last month of 2022. Annalisa also had an incredible realization about Voldemort. Perhaps our exes never change? Or do they? Do we? We'd love to hear your thoughts. 

    This episode has been hidden for entire year and the plan was for it to be a bonus for patreon.com subscribers. We decided to release it to our wider audience acknowledging that the current reality makes this episode even juicer, but you'll have to wait for the next episode to learn exactly what that means ;) 


    This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit divorceunfiltered.substack.com

    • 56 min
    #12 Burning Man as Divorce Medicine

    #12 Burning Man as Divorce Medicine

     Have you ever heard of or been to Burning Man? If not, we’ll tell you this: It’s a place the “burners” to lovingly call “Home.” Its Nevada’s third largest city for one week, toward the end of the summer each year. 80k people from all over the globe travel to this dry lake bed to gather and share an experience unlike any other. We attend burning man to heal, learn, grow, connect and expand our minds and our hearts to more fully embrace every aspect of the human experience. Some people fall in love, some marry — right there on the “playa” during the week long event. Some come to find love from another or love from oneself and rediscover parts of themselves lost in a challenging dynamic, or divorce. We were fortunate enough to capture the post burn essence of Isabelle Gray, a sought after hypnotherapist & energy worker based in Southern Los Angeles, originally from Belgium. She’s on her heroic journey after divorce, and burning man was — without a doubt, medicine for her soul. Please enjoy this first re-lauch episode of season 2. We hope that it inspires you to seek new experiences like Burning Man on your post-divorce path. 


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      Lana Shay and Annalisa Raghunandan, two 30-somethings, united by chance in the jungle of Southern Costa Rica, connect during one of life’s greatest transitions, dismantling what was, moving courageously forward and building an outstanding version of what’s to come. Lana and Annalisa get raw and real in every episode, bringing you unfiltered conversations about divorce that most only have in private. 

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    Lana
     


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    • 1 hr 9 min
    #11 Healing Your Inner Child

    #11 Healing Your Inner Child

    We go into Annalisa's immigrant story in this episode. Her move at 3 years old from Guyana to New Jersey and how her "abandonment issues" came to be.  Lana and Annalisa talk about how time is cyclical, and how all of the "looking back" can fu@K with your neck! The importance of leading life with an open heart despite all of the pain and what form of therapy was the most effective for both Lana and Annalisa. Lana references her Tantra teachers and the 10+ years of training she's done with them as well as yet another Tony Robbins name drop. Yep. Again. Every episode folks! Enjoy! 

    Moments:

    25:54   "All of this looking back is fu@king with your neck."

    26:34  Dr. Kais Faddah

    29:04  https://www.TantraNova.com/

    30:39   Freddy Weaver III

    34:01 We are all just big babies - Ian-Michael Hébert 

    35:00 NLP

    36:46 The 2mm Rule

    37:00 Lead with an open heart

    39:10 Free therapy

    39:56 Annalisa's childhood dream

    41:56 90's "Girl Party" playlist

    44:50 Don't walk away 

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     Lana Shay and Annalisa Raghunandan, two 30-somethings, united by chance in the jungle of Southern Costa Rica, connect during one of life’s greatest transitions, dismantling what was, moving courageously forward and building an outstanding version of what’s to come. Lana and Annalisa get raw and real in every episode, bringing you unfiltered conversations about divorce that most only have in private. 

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     If this podcast floated your boat, please pretty please with an organic cherry on top, consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes?! It will take less than a few minutes of your (deeply appreciated) time, and it supports us in expanding our audience to people who will benefit from our unfiltered conversations.
     


    Find us on the interwebs!
     
     Annalisa
    Lana
     


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    • 48 min
    #10 Divorce is Success with Stephanie Bishop

    #10 Divorce is Success with Stephanie Bishop

    Did you know that divorce is not failure? It's success! We'll tell you why. It's movement, it's growth, it's evolution. All relationships are an opportunity to learn. They don't need to be for life. What a concept, right? Some relationships are lessons. It's just a fact. This episode is a full-on kitchen table conversation with a dear friend of Annalisa's - Stephanie Bishop, about divorce, parenting and what it means to just put yourself first!

    Moments:

    2:50 Aubrey Marcus Podcast #210 Luke Storey on Releasing Celibacy and Sobriety

    4:20  You are exactly where you need to be.
    5:00  Time heals all wounds.
    6:20  Quitting is not failure.
    7:05 It takes more to leave. 

    8:01 Success is tied to duration.
    9:10  There is no plateau of happiness.
    12:50 Guilt is the thing that will make you feel like a failure.
    14:30 The hardest thing you will do in life is get up in the morning.
    19:00 See it for what it is; detach.
    19:30 Show your kids the emotional intelligence you want them to take into adulthood.
    21:00 Advice for parental alienation.
    22:50 Five minutes of going through it.
    36:30 Does my kids hate me because I ended the relationship?
    37:00 Allow time for good experiences to replace bad memories.
    38:35 Your job as a parent is to make that kid an adult.
    42:05 You are a good parent. You aren't on crack.
    44:45 No matter what I am feeling I have to be mom.
    48:45 It took the relationship I'm in now to fix what happened in the past.
    54:33 We need each other to tell stories and validate each other.


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     Lana Shay and Annalisa Raghunandan, two 30-somethings, united by chance in the jungle of Southern Costa Rica, connect during one of life’s greatest transitions, dismantling what was, moving courageously forward and building an outstanding version of what’s to come. Lana and Annalisa get raw and real in every episode, bringing you unfiltered conversations about divorce that most only have in private. 


     *
     
     If this podcast floated your boat, please pretty please with an organic cherry on top, consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes?! It will take less than a few minutes of your (deeply appreciated) time, and it supports us in expanding our audience to people who will benefit from our unfiltered conversations.
     
    Support us on Patreon! This is where you'll find all of the bonus episodes that were just too inappropriate for the major podcasting channels (not to mention endless bloopers, and BTS moments).


    Find us on the interwebs!
    Annalisa
    Lana

    Find Divorce Unfiltered on Social and use our hashtag to let us know you're a listener! 
    #DivorceUnfiltered


    Interested in sponsoring the Divorce Unfiltered podcast? Fill out this nifty (and very simple) form to become an official sponsor 


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    This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit divorceunfiltered.substack.com

    • 56 min
    #9 Phone Call Eavesdrop

    #9 Phone Call Eavesdrop

    We're letting you eavesdrop on a drop in we had over the phone, over many many miles of land...as Lana made it out of the jungle - and somehow the jungle came to her. Annalisa is getting the full download on the ex situation and Lana is getting the jungle update. Yes, the saga continues, believe it or not! 

    Moments: 

    8:00    Was this a conscious decision or you got horny and gave in?
    10:35  Lana's excuse for f**king her ex when she knows she shouldn't.
    15:00  Stay out of my country.
    21:36  Annalisa's update and parental alienation.
    24:45 Amy Baker: Parental Alienation Syndrome Specialist
    26:45 Don't make your stress your children's stress.
    28:14  I'm learning the art of not giving a fu&k.
    29:40 Learning to be alone.
    31:06 When you realize you are exactly where you wanted to be.
    33:11 The rebound thing.
    38:00 Don't follow me on social if you can't handle my humor.
    41:20  Social media and relationships.

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     Lana Shay and Annalisa Raghunandan, two 30-somethings, united by chance in the jungle of Southern Costa Rica, connect during one of life’s greatest transitions, dismantling what was, moving courageously forward and building an outstanding version of what’s to come. Lana and Annalisa get raw and real in every episode, bringing you unfiltered conversations about divorce that most only have in private. 

     *
     
     If this podcast floated your boat, please pretty please with an organic cherry on top, consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes?! It will take less than a few minutes of your (deeply appreciated) time, and it supports us in expanding our audience to people who will benefit from our unfiltered conversations.
     
    Support us on Patreon! This is where you'll find all of the bonus episodes that were just too inappropriate for the major podcasting channels (not to mention endless bloopers, and BTS moments).


    Find us on the interwebs!
    Annalisa
    Lana
     
    Find Divorce Unfiltered on Social and use our hashtag to let us know you're a listener! 
    #DivorceUnfiltered

    Interested in sponsoring the Divorce Unfiltered podcast? Fill out this nifty (and very simple) form to become an official sponsor


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    This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit divorceunfiltered.substack.com

    • 52 min
    #8 Getting to the Roots with Kyle Coursey

    #8 Getting to the Roots with Kyle Coursey

    Alright ladies and gents! This is a very very special episode. We brought on an incredible guest for "getting to the roots;" getting to the depth of pain and trauma. 

    *Deepest apologies for the audio quality.* It's a learning experience! 

    "What Kyle does is a unique healing art form, most closely related to ancient Hawaiian Lomi Lomi. HAPA LOMI is long form (6-10 hrs), ancient Hawaiian Lomi Lomi. He approaches each person as a unique, complex, multilayered, individual.  His goal in a session is to push people physically, psychologically, emotionally and spiritually to create an environment where they reach their limit and push past it and as they return, the whole can come back to balance and begin to heal itself. Most importantly, it comes from the heart as the only thing he has ever found that helps is Love. It is an intense practice for those desiring lasting and deep change."  
    - Gil Penchina

    "Iboga of bodywork" is the way that Kyle describe his work, for people who are familiar with plant medicine. Divorce is about evolution. It's healing process. This is why we brought Kyle on - to speak about healing and open the conversation around moving forward.

    Moments:

    10:05  What is dissociation?
    15:50    You can't separate the mind from the body.
    17:35    We think that when a feeling passes it completely goes away.
    19:05    Psychedelics and Kyle's experience with Iboga.
    26:13    What is offered through touch?
    30:50    That body's capacity for storage is greater than the mind.
    36:40    Why we replay patterns: Choosing dysfunction over uncertainty.
    52:40    Orgasms happen when you feel safe.
    54:35    Fight, flight, or freeze; explained.
    1:01:45  A man's deepest fear.
    1:02:05  A woman's deepest fear.
    1:09:30  Let's make space for ANGER.
    1:13:35  The stupid s**t people say when you are ANgRy.
    1:18:20  You can't "think" your way past this s**t.
    1:19:50 How to honor the physical mechanism.


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     Lana Shay and Annalisa Raghunandan, two 30-somethings, united by chance in the jungle of Southern Costa Rica, connect during one of life’s greatest transitions, dismantling what was, moving courageously forward and building an outstanding version of what’s to come. Lana and Annalisa get raw and real in every episode, bringing you unfiltered conversations about divorce that most only have in private. 
     *
     
     If this podcast floated your boat, please pretty please with an organic cherry on top, consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes?! It will take less than a few minutes of your (deeply appreciated) time, and it supports us in expanding our audience to people who will benefit from our unfiltered conversations.
     
    Support us on Patreon! This is where you'll find all of the bonus episodes that were just too inappropriate for the major podcasting channels (not to mention endless bloopers, and BTS moments).
    Find us on the interwebs!
    Annalisa
    Lana

    Find Divorce Unfiltered on Social and use our hashtag to let us know you're a listener! 
    #DivorceUnfiltered
    Interested in sponsoring the Divorce Unfiltered podcast? Fill out this nifty (and very simple) form to become an official sponsor

    Follow US!
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    This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit divorceunfiltered.substack.com

    • 1 hr 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Chanteeziee ,

“Nobody has an exit strategy when they enter a relationship”

Love hearing both of your stories and at the same time reflecting on past relationships (specifically 1 that took 5 years of my twenties) and I can relate to each of you in so many ways. I laugh at myself because that one relationship which I wasn’t legally married either but felt like we were in so many ways, and I did have an exit strategy lol. We had a verbal agreement if it didn’t workout he would have to do xyz for me and he upheld that. 🙇🏻‍♀️

Also I love the philosophy of alchemizing the relationship instead of cutting the cord.
That hits home for me 💖

LanaShay ,

It's me. It's Us.

and of course, I love us. Yes, you can love yourself and rate your own podcast ;)

Nitesong13 ,

Beautiful goddesses

I listened to all of this . It touched my soul in so many places . I am obsessed with both of you and hold you in my highest of light.

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