49 episodes

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.

For more, follow along with Alexandra:

🌹@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)

Holy F*ck Alexandra Roxo

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9 • 76 Ratings

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.

For more, follow along with Alexandra:

🌹@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)

    Reconnecting to your Intuition with Natalie Miles

    Reconnecting to your Intuition with Natalie Miles

    On today’s episode, Alexandra speaks with psychic medium, writer, and speaker Natalie Miles!
    Natalie Miles is a Channeler for the Collective, Psychic Medium, Writer, Speaker and Host of the top spiritual podcasts on iTunes, “The Doorway” and “So You Think You’re Intuitive?”
    It’s her mission to make intuition accessible and be the “door opener” for others to connect to their intuition.
    In this episode, you’ll hear:
    Natalie’s journey to realizing she is a psychic medium and some of the dreams and experiences she had as a child, and how this is closely connected and rooted in her ancestry.Ideas on the current trajectory of technology and how much of it is a way to escape reality, nature, and having true connection with other human beings.The difference between intuition and instinct, and how re-connecting to our intuition is a way to deeply re-connect to the old ways of being and living as our ancestors did.Ideas on how our bodies are asking us to root and ground and slow down right now, especially amongst our ever-evolving world of technology and the current climate of all that is unfolding on this planet at this time.How slowing down, pulling back from “doing” so much, and finding community is key to finding a sacred thread in the everyday, especially if you don’t currently have a religious or spiritual practice.And more!
    Explore all of Natalie's offerings here.
    Book your own 1:1 session with Natalie here.
    Grab your copy of Natalie's book You Are Intuitive here.
    Follow along with Natalie on IG @iamnataliemiles here.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    The Essence of our Soul with Eve Bradford

    The Essence of our Soul with Eve Bradford

    On today’s podcast, Alexandra speaks with Eve Bradford, an incredible poet, witch, and deep spiritual practitioner.
    Eve Bradford is an educator, artist and oracular practitioner working at the intersections of art, activism, medicine and magic to create work that is an uncompromising call into authentic aliveness and embodied belonging.
    Eve has been producing events, curating content, facilitating community ceremony, creating ritual theater & film and generally contributing to the evolution of underground culture for the last 20 years. With Isis Indriya, she is the co-founder of Living Village Culture and The Compass at Lightning in a Bottle, as well as a collaborator and teacher with the Academy of Oracle Arts. She has toured by sailboat creating traveling feasts of story, song and food through the Gulf Islands with the Sea to Seed Tour, invoked the humanizing and healing power of story and food with the Feasting the Enemy dinner series, and been a part-time whore with the Poetry Brothel. She was a founding member of Reclaim the Streets NYC, dedicated to undermining the privatization of public space and community gardens through unpermitted celebrations in the streets and subways. She graduated from the Gallatin Division of NYU with an independently designed BA in Art Making and Cultural Process, and from California College of the Arts with an MFA in Creative Writing.
    After a series of profound life-changing events in 2017, Eve began training intensively and is now a senior teacher and staff member within the Mogadao practice tradition of mythosomatic qigong, depth sexuality, and Post-Daoist philosophy. She is also a core player in SACRA Immanence Theater, a troupe dedicated to theater as the apotheosis of sacred embodiment, radical creativity and queer ontology.
    Eve currently stewards a small acequia-fed homestead and heritage orchard on the lands of the Tiwa and Pueblo People in what is now often referred to as Northern New Mexico. She offers drop-in classes, retreat immersions and private sessions that call upon the full capacity of our integrated personal ecology in service of full-spectrum health, liberated embodiment, radical expression and deeply rooted ecstasy.
    In this episode, you’ll hear:
    Eve’s definition of depth, and how depth or surface is neither good or bad, but that they simply hold opposite ends of the spectrum of our reality.Ideas and discussion on the soul and how the soul is not separate from our erotic essence, but rather at the core of it.How the villainazation of sexual energy is crucial to capitalism and the patriarchy thriving, and how reclaiming our power is key to not continuing to unconsciously feed the systems we currently exist in.The distinction between desire and craving - and how desire is the voice of the soul and craving is wanting something that is not necessarily good for us and could be coming from a trauma response or other sources, rather than the soul.The difference between circumstantial and constitutional emotion, and how practice can help us change our constitutional emotional patterns.And more!
    Explore all of Eve's offerings here.
    Grab your ticket for the Ecology of Eros: Practice for the Apocolypse workshop and event here.
    Book your own Jing Reclamation private session here.
    Grab your copy of Instructions to a Young Magician (From Herself) here.
    Follow Eve on Instagram here.
    Buy Alexandra's book, F*ck Like A Goddess, here.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Embracing your Strengths through Human Design with Erin Claire Jones

    Embracing your Strengths through Human Design with Erin Claire Jones

    On today’s episode, Alexandra speaks with Erin Claire Jones!
    Erin Claire Jones uses Human Design to help thousands of individuals and companies step into their work and their lives as their truest selves and to their highest potential. Her work as a guide, coach, and speaker has attracted a growing community of over 150,000 people who turn to her teachings for practical tools, digestible tips, and deeper self-knowledge they can access to live with greater ease and authenticity every single day. 
    With work featured in Forbes, mindbodygreen, Well&Good, and Nylon; words shared on over 150 podcasts such as Almost30, That’s So Retrograde, Highest Self, and Chatty Broads; and conversations with crowds of hundreds around the world, Erin’s insights are highly sought-after because they make Human Design pragmatic, tangible, accessible — and immediately applicable to everyday life.
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    Human Design is a synthesis of ancient wisdom and modern science that sheds light on a person’s energetic makeup, as well as specific tools they can use to live at their happiest, healthiest, highest potential. It doesn’t change who they are; it teaches them who they are. It offers insight into what’s possible, and highlights the significance of understanding and living as the fullest expression of themselves. 
    By putting this tool to work in her own life, Erin is showing the world a new way of work, a new path toward success, and a new perspective on living as you truly are.
    In this episode, you’ll hear:
    Ideas on being at the phase of your work where you are working on becoming an expert in something, and how gaining critical feedback from people intaking your work is a critical part of the process.Ideas on the importance of being able to sustain and support yourself financially while you are building your own business, and how it’s important to be able to test out the viability of your budding business for awhile before going all in.Reflections on hustling while you’re building a business, and how your human design may impact your relationship to hustle and how it may be helpful to you or not on your own career or project path.The origin of human design and how Erin takes a very mystical tool down into a practical, empowering, and accessible tool for herself and her clients to apply to their own careers and lives.How understanding your own human design can help you release the notions that you must be good at everything, or every facet of your business and life, in order to be “successful”.And more!
    Grab your Blueprint, your personalized guide to your unique design HERE and use the code ROXO for 10% off!
    Look up your design here and book an individual session with Erin here.
    Join Erin's next free intro webinar here.
    And follow along on Instagram here.
    Check out Alexandra's book, F*ck Like A Goddess, here.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    The Pleasure of Being a Complicated Woman with Ayesha Ophelia

    The Pleasure of Being a Complicated Woman with Ayesha Ophelia

    On today’s episode, Alexandra speaks with artist, writer, coach, and facilitator Ayesha Ophelia!
    Ayesha Ophelia has built her purpose and life around her patchwork creativity and deep passion for people, plants, and potential. She is amongst other things a facilitator, coach, creator, curry lover, spiritual provocateur, and complicated woman. She is also the creator of The Girlfriend Manifesto, Society of Wild Hearts, and has plans to create a documentary based on love and synchronicity.
    In this episode, you’ll hear:
    Ideas on engaging with labels and archetypes in relation to the work you do in the world, or the projects you put out there, and ideas on how to be comfortable with being complex.Ayesha’s evolution in her own work from working on The Girlfriend Manifesto to representing her work using her name, Ayesha Ophelia, and how that shifted the energy behind her work.The power and vulnerability of slowing down, noticing, and holding moments of simply existing.Ideas on being a ‘complicated woman’ or being, and how to hold it all and allow yourself to have phases where you’re focusing on one aspect more than others, and move through the different phases as it feels aligned.And more!
    Check out all of Ayesha's offerings here and follow along with her on Instagram @ayeshaophelia here.
    Shop Chakrubs using this link http://chakrubs.com/?aff=290 and use code ROXOLOVE at checkout for a discount!

    • 57 min
    The Journey to Non-Monogamy with Rachel Krantz

    The Journey to Non-Monogamy with Rachel Krantz

    On today’s episode, Alexandra speaks with author and writer Rachel Krantz, one of the co-founding editors of Bustle and who recently wrote her memoir Open: An Uncensored Memoir of Love, Liberation, and Non-Monogamy.
    In this episode, you’ll hear:
    Rachel’s process of writing her book about the journey of becoming non-monogamous and having to discern what stories and people to include in the book and which needed to be left out.Ideas on how we can use social media consciously and an exercise to practice citing the work that has inspired the content you may be putting out on the internet, whether that’s through writing, social media, etc.Rachel’s reflections on the difference between writing in the style of Bustle as writing with a quick turnaround, compared to the slower process of writing a very honest memoir.Ideas on becoming a public person and how we can outgrow the creations we make and put out there and reckoning with the fact that those creations may be out in the world forever, even after we’ve evolved and matured beyond them.And more!
    Find Rachel's offerings and discover more about her work here.
    Order Rachel's book here.
    Follow along with Rachel on IG here.
    Shop Chakrubs using this link http://chakrubs.com/?aff=290 and use code ROXOLOVE at checkout for a discount!

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Transforming from Maiden to Mother with Sarah Durham Wilson

    Transforming from Maiden to Mother with Sarah Durham Wilson

    On today’s episode, Alexandra speaks with Sarah Durham Wilson of The Mother Spirit!
    Sarah Durham Wilson is a women’s rites of passage leader and writer. Sarah’s offerings are rooted in archetypal mother work and resurrecting the rite of passage from maiden to mother. She has taught courses and led retreats for thousands of women over the past decade and works with private clients. She previously worked as an arts and music writer in New York City, writing for Rolling Stone, VH1, GQ, Vanity Fair, and Interview Magazine. In 2010, she began writing under the pen name DOITGIRL, which provided inspiration for women interested in the path of the witch and priestess. She lives in New England with her daughter Avalon and two familiars, Odin and Ridley. Maiden to Mother - Her first book with Sounds True Publishing, is out 06/07/22.
    In this episode, you’ll hear:
    Ideas on working with and trusting coaches and mentors who have been through difficult experiences in life and ‘dark nights of the soul’ vs. those who choose to only focus on the positive.How to avoid branding yourself into a rigid box that doesn’t allow for change or transformation, and ways to honor your changing self in business.Ideas on being an “awakened” person as in a person who is called to end the generational suffering of your lineage.Sarah’s experience of learning to mother herself so that she could show up and be a nurturing mother herself.The idea of viewing patriarchy as a cult that we are all currently participating in, and alternative cults as being attempts at ways to leave the cult of patriarchy.And more!
    Find Sarah's offerings and more about the pre-order for her book here.
    Follow Sarah on IG @sarahofmagdalene here.

    • 1 hr 8 min

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