Kate Darnell of Gumboots By The Sea & Sherrie McCarthy of Creative Mermaids share the raw and the real of creative life on a spiritual path in this wounds to wisdom transformational podcast.
If you are looking to join a discussion on creativity, motherhood, the messy middle and bringing Spirit (however that looks for you!) into your life, this is the podcast for you!
Creative Spirits Season 4 Interlude 3: Kate Darnell: Ramblings to an Awakened Healer
This week’s interlude is an interview with Kate Darnell on her book of poetry: Ramblings to an Awakened Healer
Awakened Hearts - Awakened Souls - Awakened Healers…
Ramblings to an Awakened Healer is the final book of a healing trilogy. It reminds us to take back the power of this moment – the moment that is love - the love that honours all of YOU, each of us.
These inspiring words encourage us all to step into a realm of love. To release fear, judgement and shame once and for all.
In each of her books, Kate Darnell’s writing empowers us to take time to come into the moment and start loving and prioritising US, by honouring our heart’s truest and deepest desires.
May Ramblings to an Awakened Healer inspire you to do just that.
Creative Spirits Season 4 Interlude 1: An Interview With Jo Jo from Tree Fox (@tree_fox_)
We are opening season 4's interludes with an interview with JoJo from Tree Fox who offers the most decadent looking handcrafted herbal offerings from her shop. We knew she was the person to talk to about taking care of yourself in order to root to rise. Because if those roots are suffering so is the rest of the tree!
Kate and Jo Jo talk about all things self care as well as one point that is so essential. When you think you have no time for self care that is the time you absolutely must do it!
Adulting is Hard & Emotions Are Real aka Podcasting As Mothers To Young People
The final episode of season 4 of Creative Spirits is a throwing down of being allowed to feel emotions as we talk through what expectations bring us, as well as do to us.
Today we talk about what story is creating our suffering and making our life harder (and Sherrie's son pops in a few times to underline how frustrating our expecations can be while also highlighting the importance of expressing ourselves) as well as how we can have the life we want and crave while living the one we currently are in.
This week’s podcast is all about the ultimate and most difficult aspect of rooting to rise: sweet surrender.
It is one thing to tell yourself you are exactly where you need to be. It is entirely another to believe it.
In this episode we talk about how we let go when we need to, or at the very least try to pry our fingers loose from the attempt to control everything!
And Kate shares an amazing technique to help you in your surrender.
Today we are talking money blocks, needs, desires and everything in between.
If money makes you feel squishy or antsy then check out this week's episode!
Allowing Yourself To Be Who You Are To Become Who Are Meant To Be
“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson
This week’s episode continues to look into how you root to rise and to do so we are looking at the soil that we have grown in.
This means looking at both the nutrient rich (or lack of them) substance that we build our life on - both the light and the dark aspects.
Too often we want to change without doing the work. We want to to stretch higher but we do so by pretending that it does not matter where are planted.
At Creative Spirits we believe you can change your environment and be who you want to be. But you can’t do it without first getting down and dirty with you are. And also how the people around you have helped shaped that. For better or for worse and in kindness or maliciousness.
That also means taking full responsibility for who you are right now. That often looks like kindness to the person who were who was hurt, who was made to feel small and then allowed themselves to stay small in order not to feel that hurt again. (And may have then made others feel the same way.)
If you wonder how you go about growing while trying to integrate your past without being overwhelmed by it, this week’s episode is for you!
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