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Call it ‘reparenting’, ‘self healing’, ‘unlearning’, — so be it! Together, we are mothering ourselves into the new paradigm by reconnecting with our unconditional SELF love, acceptance + belonging. This podcast aims to allow ourselves be radically honest with our experiences, question what has been, and remember our truest selves beneath the conditioning we have accumulated. Each episode we seek to acknowledge, connect with, explore, and share ourSelf to reclaim our inherent worth and intrinsic value. This podcast reminds us that our purpose is to serve ourselves, and in honoring our authenticity we create a ripple effect that supports all others. When we learn how to accept ourselves, we learn how to accept our children and forgive our parents, remembering that we are all separate souls on our own personal journeys. As we listen, connect, and share, we remember that we are here to support one another in learning how to listen to our unique inner voice within. Together, we find that we are more similar than we are different, while understanding that we are each here on Earth to fulfill our own soul evolution.

The Mothering Myself Podcast Susan Kinahan

    • Parenting
    • 5.0 • 12 Ratings

Call it ‘reparenting’, ‘self healing’, ‘unlearning’, — so be it! Together, we are mothering ourselves into the new paradigm by reconnecting with our unconditional SELF love, acceptance + belonging. This podcast aims to allow ourselves be radically honest with our experiences, question what has been, and remember our truest selves beneath the conditioning we have accumulated. Each episode we seek to acknowledge, connect with, explore, and share ourSelf to reclaim our inherent worth and intrinsic value. This podcast reminds us that our purpose is to serve ourselves, and in honoring our authenticity we create a ripple effect that supports all others. When we learn how to accept ourselves, we learn how to accept our children and forgive our parents, remembering that we are all separate souls on our own personal journeys. As we listen, connect, and share, we remember that we are here to support one another in learning how to listen to our unique inner voice within. Together, we find that we are more similar than we are different, while understanding that we are each here on Earth to fulfill our own soul evolution.

    Growth, transformation + shifting gears

    Growth, transformation + shifting gears

    Welcome back to the Mothering Myself Podcast! This season is getting a boost in love, light and energy as we head into year two.
    In this episode, we take a moment to honor the growth process, reflect on the transformative nature of our motherhood, and allow ourselves to evolve into our most expanded potential. I get personal about what I have learned about myself over the past year and how I have been shifting my ancient energetic familial pain into more love. In addition, I share the changes I am currently navigating and the uncertainty that surrounds me as I look toward what I am building for myself and my family.
    As we discuss the unknown of the future, we consider how we can reconnect with ourselves in the present moment. This episode identifies opportunities to support ourselves as we continue to navigate our global pandemic and anticipate the outcome of the 2020 election and the upcoming holiday season. We continue to recognize that supporting our people begins by learning how to support ourselves.
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    • 37 min
    Reminder - It's OK to ask for help

    Reminder - It's OK to ask for help

    I don't know about you, but sometimes I think I can do everything on my own and I forget to ask for help. I have been reminded recently how nourishing it is to allow myself to receive support; it felt like a huge relief.
    This episode considers how we learn and grow alongside of one another, but many of us believe that we're meant to figure things out on our own. We recognize the common reasons we avoid assistance rather than seeking support for our growth, while we acknowledge what we gain when we do allow ourselves to lean on others. We also consider what we are able to learn about ourselves through our experiences attempting to meet our needs. This conversation reminds us that true freedom is found outside of our comfort zone, and that we see ourselves more clearly through our relationship with others.
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    • 28 min
    The strength in our softness

    The strength in our softness

    Have you noticed yourself being hard on yourself? Many of us expect more of ourselves than anyone else does of us because we have internalized the voices of others that make us believe that we are not good enough. It feels like the human tendency to push ourselves to be more rather than to take a moment to acknowledge and congratulate ourselves on the entirety of our journey up until this point.
    In this episode we consider how we began to accumulate the armor that we wear or have worn to protect ourselves from softening. What do we consider soft? What does it mean to soften? Is it safe to surrender when we have only been taught to fight our way toward our goal?
    Perhaps it is time to embrace the peaceful warrior and lay down our weapons. Perhaps it is time to feel our experience instead of pretending that we do not feel anything.
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    • 32 min
    What transparency requires

    What transparency requires

    What is your relationship with transparency? Do you feel like you can be fully transparent with others in your life, or are there aspects of yourself and/or your experiences that you feel are necessary to hide?
    This episode builds off of the previous episodes that explore the totality of who we are. We consider what transparency is and how we have and/or have not experienced transparency in various areas of our lives and our relationships. Is transparency self-responsibility, accountability, or vulnerability? Does the lack of transparency correlate with deeply held fears of what others will think? Are we so entangled in what we think we need to be that we forget who we are? Are we more afraid of dealing with what the truth may reveal than living within the illusion that we have been sold?
    This episode uncovers the layers that cloak our ability to be transparent personally and collectively. We ask ourselves why it is we learn to hide the truth and what it is that we feel we need to hide, and what purpose this serves?
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    • 30 min
    The dark night of the soul

    The dark night of the soul

    Have you experienced the dark night of the soul? Are you familiar with the concept? In this episode we uncover what the dark night of the soul feels like and how this experience, in its enormity, catalyzes our spiritual awakening. We consider how the dark night of the soul propels us into our authenticity.
    Throughout this conversation we consider how we each enter the world with unique gems that quickly become our buried treasure. We spend a majority of our lives identifying and drooling over the gold in others, and not realizing that we, too, are in possession of our own rare and potent gifts. In this episode we visualize our quest to become what it is we see, only to get lost in our search. How do we stumble upon our own self-serving direction?
    The 'dark night of the soul' is a monumental and pivotal moment (or time period!) in our lives. As we navigate this journey we consider the spiritual growth this experience inspires. And, we remember again and again that we each are both the creator and experiencer of our journey throughout this lifetime. Moving beyond this experience does not mean we will never again experience more challenges and difficulties, but enables us to surrender to what comes rather than to resist what is.
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    • 37 min
    A conversation on Mothering Ourselves w/Natasha from Raising Alchemy

    A conversation on Mothering Ourselves w/Natasha from Raising Alchemy

    This podcast episode originated as an Insight Conversation hosted by Natasha Wilson from Raising Alchemy that took place on Facebook Live on Thursday, August 5, 2020.
    Natasha asks questions like:
    * What is your perspective on re-parenting?
    * How do we parent our children without being triggered by our childhood experiences and/or what our parents parented us?
    * How do we constructively use our difficult emotions like anger?
    * Why is it we shut down our emotions?
    * How did the Mothering Myself podcast begin?
    * How do we make time for ourselves a priority (especially as parents)?
    * What simple steps can we take right now to love/mother ourselves?
    Listen as we discuss the mothering energy born within us all and how we can embrace the divine feminine energy to bring balance to the masculine. We speak to the need to learn how to love and care for ourselves so that we can truly be present with and support others, whether they are our family members or members of our community. 
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    • 1 hr 10 min

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12 Ratings

MegAnneRocks ,

A overdue conversation.

Susan pours herself out in this podcast! Connecting to the parts of myself that have been hurt and wounded- creating a safe space to heal and nurture. Definitely give it a listen and a share if you’re a parent or know a parent or have grown up with a parent or grew up without a parent- basically this is a podcast for us all! 💕

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