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Sound Waves on behalf of Life. All is a Temple. May you create. May you be free.

home—body podcast grace allerdice

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Sound Waves on behalf of Life. All is a Temple. May you create. May you be free.

    the Magic of the Third △

    the Magic of the Third △

    Today, I explore one of my personal codes and symbols – the number three and the concept of the third.
    Three is always inviting me to go deeper and unpack more and more of its layers. It pulls me into a wider and greater understanding.
    Tune in to this episode to learn how the three or the third gives us a code for understanding humanity’s current chapter, as well as how we can become more skillful in what seem to be increasingly polarized situations or realities.


    “The third is not just playing the game. The third is making the game. It's creating the story, the orientation point from which we experience life from a different vantage and then we can hold a new truth.” — grace allerdice
    Themes from the episode —
    The polarization of dualityThe wisdom of threeBecoming creators, not just playersParadox as a truthPlanting seeds the world needs
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    • 25 min
    Water as a Living Being w–Aishath Huda

    Water as a Living Being w–Aishath Huda

    Today Aishath Huda joins us to share her lifelong connection with water and how it has shaped her creative process and perception as an artist. In this conversation about art, nature, and experience, we explore the fluidity of more-than-human consciousness and the impact that abstracting water has on humanity and climate literacy.


    “When we extract water, or reduce it to H2O, or categorize it as merely a utility and, ultimately, a commodity, we take the place out of water. And this influences how we perceive accountability and our sense of responsibility toward water and climate issues. I mean, climate issues are water issues. Water issues are climate issues.” — Aishath Huda
    Aishath Huda is a Chicago-based visual artist from the Maldives. She makes work that investigates the relationship between bodies and the environment in both the local and the ecological sense. Her most recent work addresses the many ways water is abstracted through ethics and aesthetics, how this affects climate literacy, and how climate literacy is connected to human and more-than-human relations.

    we discuss —
    Huda’s life-long connection with waterInteracting and collaborating with water through artChallenging logic that centers humansLife informing art and art informing lifeThe commodification of waterThe connection between Huda’s work and performance art
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    Water Medicine + the House of the Goddess w—graceOf Selkies + Cycles w— mary graceBurn Out + Water Medicine w— mary graceMentioned in the episode—
    Learn more about the Water Medicine courseWhat is Water? book by Jamie LintonMore about our guest —
    Huda’s websiteHuda’s InstagramFree Resources —
    Discover your wild water archetype + upgrade your self care with our free Water Medicine Quiz
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    • 43 min
    Orienting Toward Your Destiny Through Stone Medicine Healing w—Sarah Thomas

    Orienting Toward Your Destiny Through Stone Medicine Healing w—Sarah Thomas

    We’re joined by long-time stone medicine alchemist and healer, Sarah Thomas. Together we delve into the ancestral healing power of stones and crystals and how they can help us on the journey to the fulfillment of destiny.


    “Crystals are like the bones of the earth. And if you follow their resonance, that is really deep medicine. So we use this for really deep things, really chronic things, things that have been going on for a long time, hidden things, really getting at the roots of disease and spiritual origins of disease.” — Sarah Thomas
    Sarah, whose secret name is Star Wolf, is a healer, acupuncturist and educator who is immersed in the clinical and academic experience of ancient stone medicine and future crystal technologies. Sarah is the lead instructor at the Upper Clarity School and founded North Carolina's first mineral studies program. Sarah's Dao is to resurrect the vast and uncharted potential of healing and awakening with stones.

    we discuss —
    How crystals embody universal connectionBridging together ancient stone medicine and future crystal technologiesDeep medicine & the roots of diseaseThe ethics of gathering crystalsSarah’s meaning of Dao and destinyHow to start intentional work with stones and crystals
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    Many Mothers + Many Lifetimes: Ancestral Connection w–Perdita FinnConnecting with Nature in a Digital Age w— Kalpana AriasEpisode w— Mimi YoungMentioned in the episode—
    The Crystal Clarity podcastClarity Crystal ShopLearn more about the Water Medicine courseMore about our guest —
    Upper Clarity websiteSarah’s InstagramFree Resources —
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    • 36 min
    Embracing the Seasons of Our Body & Our Planet w—Rebecca Magee of Sister Seasons

    Embracing the Seasons of Our Body & Our Planet w—Rebecca Magee of Sister Seasons

    Today we welcome Rebecca Magee of Sister Seasons to share her knowledge of how women and menstruators can honor themselves and the planet through cycle awareness practices.
    Together, we discuss how observing the cycles of our bodies and the natural world can foster a profound sense of belonging and connection with nature. Rebecca also introduces the concept of viewing the Earth as a sister rather than a mother, and she encourages us to explore the parallels between our experiences and the planet’s.


    “It's been really phenomenal and liberatory to stop expecting myself to be the same every single day.” — Rebecca Magee
    Rebecca Magee is a teacher, experience designer and facilitator focused on the intersection of gender equity and climate justice. She’s continually learning and teaching others how to move through life at the pace of our bodies and our planet. As a founder of Sister Seasons, Rebecca guides women and menstruators to restore their well-being and our planets and partners with organizations who are seeking to empower menstruators to lead on climate without burning out.
    we discuss —
    Rebecca’s journey from corporate to creating Sister SeasonsHonoring our bodies as a part of change-makingThe rhythms and gifts of the menstruation cycleThe connections between our health and the planet’sRekindling our relationship with the natural world through observation
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    Many Mothers + Many Lifetimes: Ancestral Connection w–Perdita FinnExperience the World as Alive w— herbalist Sarah Corbett of Rowan + SageMentioned in the episode—
    Learn more about the Water Medicine courseRegenerate Together waitlistField Notes courseMore about our guest —
    Sister SeasonsNewsletter sign-upSister Seasons on LinkedInFollow Sister Seasons on InstagramFree Resources —
    Discover your wild water archetype + upgrade your self care with our free Water Medicine Quiz
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    • 44 min
    Unveiling the Cosmos w—Amaya Rourke

    Unveiling the Cosmos w—Amaya Rourke

    Today, we welcome folk witch, astrologer + spirit worker Amaya Rourke to share her knowledge about how lunar cycles, fixed stars and the force of water shape our lives.
    Amaya begins the episode with stories of ancient civilizations’ connection to the night sky and cosmic ocean. Then we reflect on the power of fluidity and surrender, and consider how moon cycles can guide and transform our lives. We close with a discussion of fixed stars and their capacity to change our relationship with astrology.


    “The longer I'm in astrology, the more I realize I don't have control. I can make my choices, and I can make the best choices available to me in that moment, and astrology can give me a really good window to understand what those choices are, but that doesn't guarantee specific results.” — Amaya Rourke
    Amaya Rourke is an animist folk witch, astrologer, tarot reader, spirit worker, and folk herbalist. Her work guides others called to a wild witchcraft that straddles the seen and unseen worlds, traveling the moonlit and star studded crooked path of the bramble hedge. Rooted in historic folkways and updated for contemporary life, Amaya's praxis seeks to return to the interwoven cycles of the Moon, fixed stars, and living Earth. She has been a featured guest on many podcasts, a writer for limited edition grimoires, Moon planners, and astrology magazines; and is a seasoned workshop writer and facilitator.
    we discuss —
    Contextualizing ancient understandings of astrologyHow myth is informed by placeWater as a symbol of void and fluidityBalancing control with surrenderThe role of the moon as mediatorAstrological gardeningRelating to fixed stars
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    Sound Magic, Creative Listening + Connecting to Intuition w — Zaneta SykesResponsibility + Possibility for Mystical Crafts w— Diana Rose HarperMentioned in the episode—
    Learn more about the Water Medicine courseSecrets of the Ancient SkiesMore about our guest —
    Amaya’s website and InstagramFree Resources —
    Discover your wild water archetype + upgrade your self care with our free Water Medicine Quiz
    Stay Connected —
    Subscribe to the home—body podcast wherever you get your listens.
    grace’s website
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    This podcast is produced by Softer Sounds. ✨
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    • 1 hr 4 min
    Many Mothers + Many Lifetimes – Ancestral Connection w–Perdita Finn

    Many Mothers + Many Lifetimes – Ancestral Connection w–Perdita Finn

    In this episode, Perdita Finn shares her knowledge of empowering individuals to activate their own magic with the help of their ancestors.
    Together, we talk about connecting with the dead, the battle against matriarchal wisdom, and reclaiming both the power of the rosary and the significance of our relationship with the unknown.


    "Don't think of a soul as an object, as a pearl. Think of a soul as a long, long red thread creating the very fabric of existence woven together with other threads.” — Perdita FinnPerdita Finn is the co-founder, with her husband Clark Strand, of the non-denominational international fellowship The Way of the Rose, which inspired their book The Way of the Rose: The Radical Path of the Divine Feminine Hidden in the Rosary. In addition to extensive study with Zen masters, priests,  and healers, she apprenticed with the psychic Susan Saxman, with whom she wrote The Reluctant Psychic. Finn now teaches popular workshops on Getting to Know the Dead, in which participants are empowered to activate the magic in their own lives with the help of their ancestors. She is the author of Take Back the Magic: Conversations with the Unseen World and lives with her family in the moss-filled shadows of the Catskill Mountains.

    we discuss —
    Patriarchal frameworks in religious expressionsThe misunderstandings of the “Dark Ages”The origins and prevalence of the witch crazeThe interconnectedness of our past and present livesNature’s glorification of diversityThe connection between creativity, spirituality and creation
    LINKS
    If you enjoyed the episode, check out —
    Ancestral Medicine, Cultural Repair + the Magic of Where you Are w— Daniel Foor, Ph.DYou Deserve Enchantment w—Natalie EslickMentioned in the episode—
    Learn more about the Water Medicine courseMore about our guest —
    Perdita’s Facebook & InstagramTake Back the MagicThe Way of the RoseTake Back the Magic, bookWay of the Rose, bookWatch the episode on YouTubeFree Resources —
    Discover your wild water archetype + upgrade your self care with our free Water Medicine Quiz
    Stay Connected —
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    This podcast is produced by Softer Sounds. ✨
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    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

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50 Ratings

JéStä ,

Profound

This podcast has quite literally changed my life. Thank you, Grace. I am so grateful for you.

CassandraSol ,

Came for the astrology, stayed for the awesome metaphors

I came for not just astrology but also for the way Mary Grace has such a kind compassionate way of talking. But I’ve stayed for the awesome metaphors and analogies that she uses in every single astro forecast. The metaphors and analogies are what is supporting me learning more about astrology — they make astrology tangible for me. Astrology sometimes is spoken about in a very “you either get it or you don’t kind of way.” That’s not the case with this podcast, especially when Mary Grace is sharing.

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