337 episodes

Welcome to the Embodied Podcast, where we’re always questioning systems, programming, and conditioning, and exploring the truths within us and around us in a way that allows us to connect to collective healing, joy, and liberation.

Everything we talk about here is meant to illuminate, inspire, and integrate the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of life, so that we can untame our wild souls, harness the power of our sacred bodies, and be the fierce, loving, and mystical beings we came here to be.

This podcast has been around since 2015. With over 3million downloads, and thousands of listeners all over the world, we are committed to bringing you the realness always, with reverence, humor, and lots of love. To get more involved with the community and learn more our classes, workshops, and events visit untameyourself.com

Embodied with Elizabeth DiAlto Elizabeth DiAlto

    • Education
    • 4.8 • 278 Ratings

Welcome to the Embodied Podcast, where we’re always questioning systems, programming, and conditioning, and exploring the truths within us and around us in a way that allows us to connect to collective healing, joy, and liberation.

Everything we talk about here is meant to illuminate, inspire, and integrate the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of life, so that we can untame our wild souls, harness the power of our sacred bodies, and be the fierce, loving, and mystical beings we came here to be.

This podcast has been around since 2015. With over 3million downloads, and thousands of listeners all over the world, we are committed to bringing you the realness always, with reverence, humor, and lots of love. To get more involved with the community and learn more our classes, workshops, and events visit untameyourself.com

    Ep 409: She Builds with Jadah Sellner

    Ep 409: She Builds with Jadah Sellner

    My friend Jadah Sellner, author and business mentor, joins me on this episode to talk about the takeaways and creative process behind her latest book, She Builds: The Anti-Hustle Guide to Grow Your Business and Nourish Your Life. We discuss what it looks like to detox from hustle culture, lead with love, and embody your own definition of success. This book is a full integration of the masculine and feminine, providing both a practical and holistic point of view on how to avoid burnout and discover more flow in your life.
    Jadah’s perspective on entrepreneurship and personal development is such a breath of fresh air. I can’t wait for you to hear our conversation and get your copy of She Builds!
    In episode 409 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:
    [3:24] Setting the standard of inclusive, trauma-informed teachers and mentors.   [10:00] Receiving feedback in a constructive way and working through your unconscious biases.   [18:13] Jadah’s business philosophy: love over metrics.   [22:46] Why is the baseline goal to be a seven-figure business owner?  [25:48] What ‘anti-hustle culture’ is all about.   [29:57] Embracing your pace and following the seasons of your life.   [39:22] Inside-out processing vs. outsourcing your answers and decisions to other people.   [46:00] What we learned in Alexandra Franzen's course: Marketing Without Social Media  [51:38] Jadah’s reflections on the creative writing process.   
    Slide into my DMs on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elizabethdialto/
    Or slide into Jadah’s DMs on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jadahsellner/  
     
    Resources mentioned by Elizabeth in the episode:
    Sign Up for the Free Embodiment Course  Sacred Embodiment Specialist (SES) Training Catch the full show notes for episode 409 here Email us with questions or feedback. Don’t miss an episode of The Embodied Podcast.

    • 57 min
    Ep 408: Embodiment And Nervous System Expansion with Elisha Halpin

    Ep 408: Embodiment And Nervous System Expansion with Elisha Halpin

    In this episode, I sit down with Elisha Halpin, spiritual mentor and embodiment coach, to discuss consistency, playfulness as an adult, and nervous system healing. Elisa illustrates the beauty of a deep regulation journey and exploiting your relationship with curiosity, consistency, and choice. She also shares her interpretation of the initiation with the dark goddess and what it means to be in full flow with yourself. 
     
    Elisa adds so many rich layers to the ongoing embodiment and expansion discussion that we're always having, so don’t miss this conversation! 
     
    In episode 408 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:
    [2:44] The joy of slowing down, especially as a person who loves change and transition.    [11:15] What it looks like to practice consistency in a way that honors who you are.  [15:27] Learning how to incorporate more playfulness into your adult life.   [20:48] The difference between the cooperative and adaptive aspects of your true personality.   [24:46] Noticing when you’re in and out of alignment with your soul.  [31:39] How to get into an equal exchange with others.   [36:28] Why your own personal healing is essential if you want to make an impact in the world. [41:47] Breaking free from somatic oppression and giving too much power to a modality.   [46:21] What’s necessary for nervous system expansion and healing.  [48:31] Having a healthy respect for the dark, chaotic life force.   
    Slide into my DMs on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elizabethdialto/
     
    Or slide into Elisha DMs on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elisha_halpin/ 
     
    Resources mentioned by Elizabeth in the episode:
    Sign up for the free course: Embodying Our Way to Liberation Sacred Embodiment Specialist (SES) Training Catch the full show notes for episode 408 here Email us with questions or feedback.  
    Don’t miss an episode of The Embodied Podcast.
     

    • 55 min
    Ep 407: How to Be Better Lovers of Life, Our People and Ourselves with Josie Pickens

    Ep 407: How to Be Better Lovers of Life, Our People and Ourselves with Josie Pickens

    Today I’m joined by Josie Pickens, organizer, educator, journalist, and culture critic, to discuss how to be a better lover to yourself, others, and explore intimacy in a more expansive way. Josie unpacks the message behind her essay “Party of One” that was featured in Sex and the Single Woman, and she describes her journey to being in a primary relationship with herself. 
    We also dive into the juicy healing work that Josie has been doing and the ripple effect that it’s had on her life. We touch on our experiences with non-monogamy and polyamory, and celebrate how younger generations are reimagining what’s possible when it comes to love, dating, and relationships.  
    Don’t miss this conversation with Josie where we dig into how to be more loving people in a world that tries so hard to get us to not be. 
    In episode 407 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:
    [3:18] The healing work Josie’s currently engaging in [11:03] How to allow yourself to live your liberation and be nourished, even within the systems that we live in  [15:45] Why feeling ‘enough’ is one of the most abundant feelings in the world  [20:38] What distinguishes hoping from wishing [23:50] The connection between curiosity, surprise, and satisfaction  [28:57] Limitations on how boys and girls are socialized relationally  [38:36] The themes and takeaways from “Party of One” [44:24] What it looks like to be in a primary relationship to yourself  [51:37] Why does the goal of any relationship need to be lifelong companionship or marriage? [54:16] Advice for people who have a hard time making decisions from a place of self love or self preservation   
    Slide into my DMs on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elizabethdialto/
    Or slide into Josie’s DMs on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonubian/ 


    Resources mentioned by Elizabeth in the episode:
    Sign Up for the Free Embodiment Course  Sacred Embodiment Specialist (SES) Training Catch the full show notes for episode 407 here Email us with questions or feedback. Don’t miss an episode of The Embodied Podcast

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Ep 406: Creativity and Self-Expression with Charlotte Ruth Wilson

    Ep 406: Creativity and Self-Expression with Charlotte Ruth Wilson

    This week, I invited Charlotte Ruth Wilson, a multi-passionate creative and embodiment coach, for a deep and thought-provoking conversation on the distinction between the business of coaching vs. the skills of coaching, the polarity dynamics of feminine and masculine energies, and the role vulnerability & creativity play in our relationships and businesses. 
    We dive into abusive relationships, whether we label ourselves feminists or not, and a conversation around vulnerability (and its effect on your mental and emotional health). 
    Ready to drop into your full expression and feel inspired? You don’t want to miss this powerful conversation with Charlotte!
    In episode 406 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss: [8:30] Charlotte’s thoughts on being a Reflective Practitioner and how we can teach ourselves by reflecting [10:15] The powerful ways she is creating space for self-expression on social media [12:52] The business of coaching vs. the skills of coaching - and how to make this distinction! [16:49] Charlotte’s story of being in an abusive relationship and being diagnosed with MS [20:05] Polarity dynamics and an in-depth discussion on masculine and feminine dynamics [22:26] Vulnerability as a form of feminine energy (and the harm this can cause) [29:28] Feminism, compassion and empathy for men, and the dangers of some of the feminine/masculine coaching in our space [38:16] Examining the energy behind your messaging  [44:55] Tapping into creativity and how Charlotte started painting again after not being able to walk  
    Slide into my DMs on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elizabethdialto/ 
    Or slide into Charlotte’s DMs on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/charlotteruthwilson/
    Resources mentioned by Elizabeth in the episode: Wild Soul Wisdom Class (Nov 11th) Sacred Embodiment Specialist (SES) Training Catch the full show notes for episode 406 here Email us with questions or feedback.
    Don’t miss an episode of The Embodied Podcast.

    • 55 min
    Ep 405: Let Sacredness Be The Medicine

    Ep 405: Let Sacredness Be The Medicine

    How can we let sacredness be the medicine for so much that ails us? In life, love, work, and all our relationships?
    Today we’re diving into sacredness, relational healing, how both can really influence collective and systemic shifts in the world. 
    Are your relationships deeply nourishing? Do they feel supportive and fulfilling? Or are you finding yourself drained from dealing with bad behavior, emotional immaturity, or unhealed trauma?
    This week, I want to invite you into some deeper thinking & awareness around how you engage with people.
    Personally, I’ve had to heal and grow a lot in this area with - 
    Creating better boundaries that honor my relationships and myself Building better communication with the people in my life Lowering my tolerance for bad behavior while ALSO giving people the opportunity to repair poor behaviors And, allowing myself to bring sacredness into everything I do Ultimately, creating reciprocal, nourishing & supportive relationships is about honoring the inherent sacredness in all of us and honoring the different ways we each love. 
    Join me for this deeper conversation around how you’re engaging with the people in your life and the healing that can be found in honoring and embracing the sacredness of ALL life. 
    In episode 405 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss: [9:33] Healing from codependency & unearned benefits of the doubt [11:25] Saying NO to bad behavior, emotional immaturity & unhealed trauma responses  [14:08] Discerning what is and is NOT your business and eliminating distractions so you can expand your capacity for the things that are in alignment for YOU [17:17] How to tell if your exchanges are generative, regenerative, or reciprocal - and why this matters [20:25] Why you should give the MOST of your energy to THIS kind of relationship [27:50] Embracing sacredness as a way of healing ANYTHING - individually, collectively, or systematically Slide into my DMs on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elizabethdialto/ 
     
    Resources mentioned by Elizabeth in the episode:
    Episode 399 - My Sacred Slut Summer Gail Larsen's book "Transformational Speaking"  Make Self Love Your SUPERPOWER, a live weekend event (Nov 5-6) Email us with questions or feedback. Sacred Embodient Specialist (SES) Training Don’t miss an episode of The Embodied Podcast.

    • 39 min
    Ep 404: Restorative Practices & Politics in Culture with Kerra Bolton

    Ep 404: Restorative Practices & Politics in Culture with Kerra Bolton

    We can feel the divide in the world - on political ideology, public health, and the environment (to name a few!)
    Is there a way to learn to live together, to resolve the conflict, and to restore relationships?
    My friend Kerra Bolton is an outstanding journalist & author who has worked as a freelance writer for CNN and is a winner of the NY Times Award for Outstanding Journalism.
    This week, I invited Kerra to discuss the impact of building community through restorative practices.
    We are diving into her take on how to build restorative communities and her journey to writing her book. She shares some tips on how to work through violations or ruptures within a community, some powerful learning and what the process of a true restorative practice looks like. 
    You don’t want to miss her refreshing take on the way politics is evolving and playing a role in our culture, and how we can minimize divides through these restorative practices. 
    You know how much we love talking about growth and change on this show - come learn something with me, she has a lot to share!
     
    Listen to episode 404 now!


    In episode 404 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss: (3:00) Kerra’s origin story, and how she identifies with Christianity (13:25) Meeting a crazy man who ended up being a visionary (and what he taught her about societal needs) (23:15) What a true restorative practice can look like (some scripted questions to shape the conversation and why there is a need for a facilitator) (35:20) Untangling vaccines, mask mandates, and the political tug-of-war over public health issues  (45:14) Politics in relationships - values vs. solutions  
    For full show notes and links to all the resources and books mentioned in this episode, go to https://untameyourself.com/podcasts/404
    Slide into my DMs on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elizabethdialto/ 
    Or slide into Kerra’s DMs on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kerrabolton/

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
278 Ratings

278 Ratings

RebeccaWRC ,

So great! Thanks for the real-real.🙌🏼

At last I took a listen! So grateful because the content is singing my song! High level of integrity, emotional intelligence and levity is suuuuuuper sweet and hits just right.

renitakalhorn ,

Deep but keeping it real

This is the podcast to listen to when you’re yearning for thoughtful conversation about how to deepen your relationship with Life and Love: Akashic Records, human design, self healing, how to pray, are just a few of the topics and I love listening to guests share their way of seeing the world through their particular lens of expertise. Thank you, Elizabeth!

EricaBushwell ,

Awesome podcast!

Elizabeth, host of the Embodied with Elizabeth DiAlto podcast, highlights all aspects of self-improvement and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

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