21 episodes

Conversations with women in their mid and elder years, exploring how we might reimagine menopause as a liberating, alchemical moment from which to shift into an authentic and fulfilling future. Hosted by writer, psychologist and mythologist Dr Sharon Blackie.

The Hagitude Sessions This Hagitude Sessions

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 92 Ratings

Conversations with women in their mid and elder years, exploring how we might reimagine menopause as a liberating, alchemical moment from which to shift into an authentic and fulfilling future. Hosted by writer, psychologist and mythologist Dr Sharon Blackie.

    The Hagitude Sessions: Jody Day

    The Hagitude Sessions: Jody Day

    The Hagitude Sessions: Jody Day by Dr Sharon Blackie

    • 51 min
    The Hagitude Sessions: Christine Valters Paintner

    The Hagitude Sessions: Christine Valters Paintner

    The Hagitude Sessions: Christine Valters Paintner by Dr Sharon Blackie

    • 56 min
    The Hagitude Sessions: Christa Mackinnon

    The Hagitude Sessions: Christa Mackinnon

    The Hagitude Sessions: Christa Mackinnon by Dr Sharon Blackie

    • 53 min
    The Hagitude Sessions: Alexandra Pope

    The Hagitude Sessions: Alexandra Pope

    In this episode, Dr Sharon Blackie is in conversation with Alexandra Pope, co-founder of The Red School, and co-author of the forthcoming book 'Wise Power'.

    • 49 min
    The Hagitude Sessions: Tanya Shadrick

    The Hagitude Sessions: Tanya Shadrick

    In this episode, Dr Sharon Blackie speaks to writer Tanya Shadrick about menopause, ageing and hagitude.

    • 55 min
    Tom Hirons

    Tom Hirons

    In this episode, Dr Sharon Blackie talks to storyteller and poet Tom Hirons.

    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
92 Ratings

92 Ratings

Nell Treehart ,

Lovely and important podcast

I especially loved the interview with Tom Hurons. This is not to be missed. I hope you will have him back again.

KatieDidds ,

Thank you.

The Oct. 4th episode was like someone took all the disparate wonderings - thoughts - anxiety - yearnings rambling around in my head for the last year or so and give them all a tangible shape...or at least a way of starting to speak about them more cohesively. And that feels so powerful, so energizing and hopeful. I went from feeling as if there is a big, energetic, confused giant hiding in my chest in need of an outlet (but unable to find one) to feeling like I might actually be able to explore and define a way of being, of purpose, that I am yearning for; that I might be able to actually cultivate the deep, reflective connection with the world and this life that has been, as of yet, experienced only as a vague and unsettling discontent. Your conversation with David connected the dots for me in a way that I do not think I will ever be able to fully articulate. Therefore, please just accept my utterly heartfelt thank you. To listen to you and David talk about your lives’ explorations, your beliefs and convictions, was to be given a roadmap to better explore my own. Thank you.
Very Sincerely,
Katie S.

sallysongs ,

Love This!

This podcast is a breath of fresh air, or a sigh of relief. I’ve been seeking to understand and connect to my ancestors but Christianity is a huge block for me to feel deeply connected. Sharon helps connect me to this land and people in a beautiful way. Listening to this helps me understand myself and my witchy ways that are deep in my blood.

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