155 episodes

"I want what SHE has" w/ Theresa Lyn Widmann (and formerly Shana Falana) is a weekly live radio show at Radio Kingston in Kingston NY and PODCAST, amplifying women's voices and their stories. We share interviews of women (female identifying humans), seeking to flip the narrative on envy and celebrating the strengths and accomplishments of women we look up to. Women are so often the unsung heroines of a community’s overall health and wellbeing. These women have gifts to share and stories to tell. It's time to listen.

i want what SHE has Theresa Lyn Widmann

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7 • 34 Ratings

"I want what SHE has" w/ Theresa Lyn Widmann (and formerly Shana Falana) is a weekly live radio show at Radio Kingston in Kingston NY and PODCAST, amplifying women's voices and their stories. We share interviews of women (female identifying humans), seeking to flip the narrative on envy and celebrating the strengths and accomplishments of women we look up to. Women are so often the unsung heroines of a community’s overall health and wellbeing. These women have gifts to share and stories to tell. It's time to listen.

    #155 Tracy Givens Hunter "Undoing Racism, Ending the New Jim Crow"

    #155 Tracy Givens Hunter "Undoing Racism, Ending the New Jim Crow"

    Tracy Givens Hunter is Director of the Navigator Program at Public Policy and Education Fund of New York. She is an active practitioner of Restorative Justice Practices and Circle Keeping with Dutchess County Mediation Center and Westchester Restorative Justice Center. Tracy has over 20 years experience as an Activist and organizer regarding Racial Justice, Women Rights, Criminal justice, People’s Institute Survival and Beyond and Human Rights with organizations such as the NAACP, ACLU, BLM, and ENJAN. Tracy has given Presentations, Mediated and provided Trainings to private organizations and school districts and on January 30th, she is moderating "Council of the Elders" an event sponsored by Hold the Line taking place on Saturday, January 30th from 2-4pm. This free event will be a Roundtable discussion with movement elders from the Hudson Valley on activism, solidarity and the political divide.

    • 1 hr 39 min
    #154 Astrology 2021 with Cory Nakasue

    #154 Astrology 2021 with Cory Nakasue

    Speaking today with astrology counselor, writer, and teacher, Cory Nakasue, about the Moon, what happened astrologically in 2020, what's happening in 2021, and why it's important to look at our narratives and perhaps re-examine them in order to build anew in a radically different way! Ooooh it was a wild ride!

    • 1 hr 43 min
    #153 Deep Thoughts for the New Year with Theresa

    #153 Deep Thoughts for the New Year with Theresa

    Slipping into the New Year with some deep thoughts about the things I think about. Like... revisiting my last year's resolution to practice non-judgment and how I failed at it because of things like Kundalini Yoga and QAnon (the irony is not lost on me that as I was doing my show they were storming the capitol), my adjustment and recommitment to non-judgment inspired by Charles Eisenstein, vibration, serendipity, signs from the Universe, devotion, self-care and starting a book club! Who's in? Seriously, let's pick a book that inspires that we can talk about on the show. Plus, I marry everyone to themselves and share the words of David Foster Wallace that resonate deeply with me. Here's my Youtube Channel if you want to join in the daily 15-17 minute practice. Hope everyone's year is a good one!

    • 1 hr 26 min
    #152 Belinda Farrell "Find Your Friggin' Joy"

    #152 Belinda Farrell "Find Your Friggin' Joy"

    I recorded this interview early in the year, pre-COVID. As the world seemed to change because of the pandemic, I put it on the shelf for a more appropriate time. As the year was coming to a close, I listened back to my conversation with Belinda Farrell which felt like a much needed healing session and the perfect way to end the year. Belinda shares her adventurous life story and the wisdom she learned along the way including the power of forgiveness, believing in your ability to heal, overcoming fear, releasing the programming in the unconscious mind, cutting cords, Huna and working through the grief of losing her son to a drug overdose. The challenges of the pandemic won't end magically come January 1st, but I hope that we've learned ways to move through the challenges with the support of and by supporting others, to bring greater ease to all. Happy New Year to everyone! Wishing you a joyful 2021!!!

    • 1 hr 51 min
    #151 Rachel Bernstein LMFT "IndoctriNation Podcast"

    #151 Rachel Bernstein LMFT "IndoctriNation Podcast"

    Rachel Bernstein, LMFT, has been working with victims of cults and emotional abusers for 27 years. She is the host of IndoctriNation: A weekly podcast covering cults, manipulators, and how to protect yourself from systems of control. Her goal for IndoctriNation is to empower listeners to protect themselves and those they love from predators, toxic personalities, and destructive organizations. Some of the subjects that we get into on the show today are how to identify systems of control, the situations that make indoctrination possible, fervor and awe, betrayal blindness, how to remove yourself from a group, and how to support a loved one who is caught up in one.

    • 1 hr 51 min
    #150 Susan Slotnick and "Flight, the Dance of Freedom"

    #150 Susan Slotnick and "Flight, the Dance of Freedom"

    Susan Slotnick is a Visual Artist, Choreographer, Dancer, Writer, and Social Justice Volunteer. For 16 years, she has gone behind the walls at The Woodbourne Correctional facility and DFY (division for youth prison) every Friday and Sunday to bring the joy of modern dance to incarcerated men and boys under the auspices of RTA Rehabilitation through the Arts. Susan recently published her memoir, "Flight, The Dance of Freedom."

    • 1 hr 43 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

Helen Zuman ,

Fertile conversation!

Loved the episode with Julia Indichova of Fertile Heart! I especially appreciated Theresa's ability to elicit nourishing insights from Julia, while sharing her own story.

MercedesSamu ,

Learning & Living

I had an amazing time sharing my story in the show. I was asked questions that really had me think outside the box. I loved talking with fellow artists learning something new about myself. These women are hardworking all while taking the pleasure to promote other incredible artists.

Danerdy ,

I want what she has!!!

Shana and Theresa are great and this is a lovely podcast supporting women and their accomplishments. I had the pleasure of being on the show and sharing my story and was met with compassion and inquiry. It was lovely and scary sharing my story on live radio but they held beautiful safe space for me. Thank you for hosting a great podcast!

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