Welcome to the (R)evolutionary Rompereglas podcast, where we meet at the busy intersection of trauma healing, sexuality, spirituality, embodied decolonization and radical self-compassion. My hope is that the conversations and tools shared in this podcast will inspire and support you on your own liberation journey. So get ready to drop into your emotional body, tap into your intuition, and unveil your fierce and flawsome expression.
Creating Safety in the Creative Process with Pamela Barba
Pamela (she/her/Ella) believes marginalized folks will lead the way to a liberated future. She is a design strategist who helps entrepreneurs and creators launch and scale their one-of-a-kind ideas.
As a previously undocumented immigrant she became an advocate for economic justice after her family lost everything and migrated to the US.
After spending a lifetime in the design and entrepreneurship space she learned that safety and self-trust are key in the creation process, which is exactly what we dive into on this episode of the podcast.
She's now obsessed with helping marginalized folks transform their communities by demystifying innovation and guiding them to trust their inner fire.
Her grounded advice has been featured on Forbes and on stages nationwide.
Whatever the case wherever the wifi is connecting Pamela is on a mission to help folks start some sh*t.
Join a free community accountability hour http://www.mspamelabarba.com/accountability-hour/
Learn more about the Creative Courage program http://www.mspamelabarba.com/creative-courage/
Book a 90 strategy session https://mspamelabarba.podia.com/90-minute-strategy-session
Sign up for my free, 3-day series, Intimacy + Integrity:
How Self-Compassion Changed my Work for Racial Justice with Dr. Amanda Kemp
In this episode of the podcast, I sit with Dr. Amanda Kemp, one of my mentors and the founder of Racial Justice from the HEART. She is a racial justice and mindfulness mentor who helps leaders be effective and have a strong voice for racial justice and equity. In this episode she shares how self-compassion was a game changer for her work in racial justice and shares the 5 steps to having transformative conversations about race.
Dr. Kemp completed undergraduate studies at Stanford University and earned a PhD from Northwestern University. She is the author of Say the Wrong Thing: Stories and Strategies for Racial Justice and Authentic Community and the Amazon best-seller Stop Being Afraid: 5 Steps to Transform your conversations about Racism.
Recording of Black Girl Magic: Poems, Meditations and Spells for Self-Care and Liberation.
Link to Dr. Kemp's TEDx Talk:
TEDx Talk: How to Have a Voice and Lean in to Conversations about Race
Author, Say the Wrong Thing! Stories and Strategies for Racial Justice and Authentic Community
Dr. Kemp's Website:
(R)evolutionary Rompereglas Website:
Unhooking from the Rescuer Pattern | Ep 7
I decided it might be good to hear from me once in a while about topics I feel passionate about related to sovereignty and radical embodied devotion.
Today I'm talking about the Rescuer pattern, one of the most common patterns I see in the healers, connectors, bridge builders, and change agents I work with, and one I've maintained for most of my life until my wake up call.
Topics like these are the monthly themes in my online community, (R)evolutionary Rompereglas, which is opening to new members on March 15.
The community is a space to heal intimacy wounds using somatic expressive work (movement, breath, and voice) so that you can harness your fierce human expression for the greater good.
Link to register for the 2-hour opening event on March 15th
Link to the community
Journey of a Spiritual Gangsta with Suzan Henriquez | Ep 6
Suzan Henriquez is a Latina Spiritual teacher and bruja healer from the Bronx, NY. She's a storyteller, warrior, Goddess, writer and the creative force of nature behind the Talk to Ma! podcast, a loving, trauma informed, safe space that helps young adults ages 18-35 realize their authentic selves, connect with all their emotions, answer their questions, and help manifest their dreams. She’s also a Crisis and Trauma Counselor with over 25 years of experience in mental health and trauma healing.
In this episode we go behind the scenes of her intense trauma healing journey, and how she went from being depressed to juicy, devoted bruja with a podcast. You need to listen!
Facebook group: Talk to Ma!
(R)evolutionary Rompereglas community: https://community.revolutionaryrompereglas.com
Link to March 15th 2 hour turn on event:
The Human Brigade with Esi Wildcat
Esi Wildcat is a somatic facilitator, an Ordained Priestess of Isis, a Shakta initiate and yogini in the lineage of Sri Vidya, certified holistic health practitioner, and interdisciplinary healing artist with over 20 years of expertise.
In this episode we talk about her work as a bridge builder to the New Earth, specifically her creation of Human Brigade, a group of cross cultural workers who will be using ritual, magic, and their various gifts to subvert systems.
Healing the Traumas of Racism with Erva Baden | Ep. 4
Healing the Traumas of Racism with Erva Baden
Join me in this intimate discussion with Erva Baden about her own journey in healing the traumas of racism.
In the podcast we discuss the specific experiences of U.S. born, African-American womxn and how to release intergenerational/collective trauma through quantum energy healing to help transform our shadows, step into our authentic selves, and reclaim our inherent power.
We also discuss "power with" models of leadership as a pathway to creating culture.
Erva's upcoming 6-week Soul Restoration series for U.S. born, Black women, Reclaiming My Authentic Self.
Erva's website: www.soulrestorationjourney.com