The mot(HER) podcast empowers people who identify as women to love themselves holistically by rewriting their mother codes.
We all have mother codes from our childhood and from culture’s definition that to be a mother means to have children. But this isn’t a conversation around having children or not— mot(HER) is the podcast that enables its listeners to begin to embody the woman she always knew herself to be.
In raw, insightful, challenging conversations, your host Dr. Gertrude Lyons takes us there. So be prepared to show up, hold space and be mothered in a way you’ve never been before, but have always needed. Together, we can Rewrite the mot(HER) code.
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Spirit Babies, Past Lives and Universal Intelligence with Julie Ryan
Psychic and Medical Intuitive Julie Ryan can sense what medical conditions and illnesses a person has and facilitate energetic healings. She can communicate with spirits both alive and dead. Julie can scan animals, access people’s past lives, and she can tell how close to death someone is. Her book Angelic Attendants: What Really Happens As We Transition From This Life Into The Next describes a series of events that involves angels, multitudes of deceased family and friends, the spirits of deceased pets, and countless serendipitous and miraculous moments. Julie’s children’s books Angel Messages For Kids, Angel Messages For Dogs, and Angel Messages For Cats are picture books that have angels answering kids’ tough questions. Each week, Julie scans callers on her 'Ask Julie Ryan' radio show and podcast. Julie is a businesswoman, an inventor, author, radio show host, podcaster, and a serial entrepreneur. Her surgical device inventions are sold globally and she has founded nine companies in five different industries. Julie’s Psychic and Medical Intuitive skills are learned.
Tolerating Discomfort in the Interest of the Growth with Jessica Higgins
Dr. Jessica Higgins is a licensed psychologist and relationship coach. She uses her deep understanding and keen perception to help guide clients on a path from confusion and heartache to clarity and authentic connection. Her ultimate goal is to help people acquire the insight, learning, and practice to navigate the terrain of intimacy more effectively.
In this episode, Dr. Gertrude and Dr. Higgins explain how personal insecurities and conflict within relationships can be used as a means to get to know yourself and your partner better and, ultimately, help you dive deeper into intimacy. They also talk about the concept of “working the curriculum” to continue to develop fresh romance throughout the various stages that occur during a lifelong commitment.
Improving Gender Equality at Home with Kate Mangino
Kate Mangino, PhD is a gender expert and professional facilitator who works with international non-profit organizations to promote positive social change. She has written and delivered curricula in over 20 countries about issues such as: gender equality, women’s empowerment, healthy masculinity, HIV prevention, and early and forced childhood marriage. She brings her lens of gender and social change to her debut book, Equal Partners, which addresses household gender inequality in the United States and offers practical advice as to what each of us can do to rewrite gender norms.
Today on the show, the two discuss how Kate’s passion for gender equality blossomed over time, as well as some of the contents of her forthcoming book, titled “Equal Partners: Improving Gender Equality at Home”. This episode serves as a reminder to all mothers to rewrite the mother code and that each one of us gets to create our own unique definition of what it means to be a good, quality mother.
Whole Brain Living with Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor
In this episode, Dr. Jill shares how, although she experienced pure bliss while half her brain was down, she still longed to return to her more normal state in which she’s subject to the full range of human emotions. It’s only in this state, which she calls, “Whole Brain Living” (WBL), that she feels truly alive. Dr. Gertrude talks about her personal experience practicing WBL and how powerful it is to “huddle” with all parts of her brain – particularly in stressful situations. It is also clear how WBL supports us with Rewriting our Mother Codes to make discerned choices in our mothering journey.
May: The Month of the Divine Feminine
Today, Dr. Gertrude joins us in another solo episode after returning from a special trip to Paris and London. She shares how strongly she feels about the month of May and opens up about everything that’s been happening to her personally, and around the world, during this month of significance for the divine feminine.
Where Religion & Mysticism Collide
In today’s solo episode, Dr. Gertrude muses on the connection between modern spirituality and traditional religions. She discusses why so many religious holidays happen during spring, why we are actually spiritual beings with physical bodies (not the other way around), and shares how her own personal upbringing in traditional religion affects her spirituality today.
Really enjoying this podcast for SEI enlightenment!
After all the beautiful posts by Dr. Gertrude I was inspired to start listening to her podcast! It is professional and personal at the same time and her guests are great! Highly recommend!
Wonderful and insightful
Amazing podcast! What a wonderful concept in learning how to “mother” ourselves and live in peace with how we treat ourselves. I appreciate Dr Lyon’s insight and advice and tips for living more authentically and with more love for our own selves!
All of them
What I really appreciate from Dr Lyons’ podcasts is that there’s a take away from every episode, something that you can apply to your life immediately in a meaning way.