110 episodes

The Revelation Project is both an individual and holistic movement that lifts the barriers from everything that keep women from knowing their inherent wholeness and remembering that we are both human and divine. The Revelation Project Podcast explores alternative narratives to traditional patriarchal influences and investigates vulnerable and courageous topics that reveal the deeper truth. We believe that life is a revelation project and what gets revealed, gets healed.

The Revelation Project Monica Rodgers | Revelation Media LLC

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The Revelation Project is both an individual and holistic movement that lifts the barriers from everything that keep women from knowing their inherent wholeness and remembering that we are both human and divine. The Revelation Project Podcast explores alternative narratives to traditional patriarchal influences and investigates vulnerable and courageous topics that reveal the deeper truth. We believe that life is a revelation project and what gets revealed, gets healed.

    Episode 110: Christa Buthelezi - UBIZO: Answering the Ancestral Call

    Episode 110: Christa Buthelezi - UBIZO: Answering the Ancestral Call

    What happens when you hear your ancestors call?


    UBIZO is a lyrical and passionate invitation to answer that call and find inner healing by following your truth and listening to the brave and untamed heart beating within you.


    My beautiful guest, Christa Buthelezi, is an American-born woman who made her way from the darkness of childhood abuse to claiming the life she was meant for. She found that life with her Zulu soul family in South Africa - the family she never knew she had.


    In this episode, we explore what it means to follow the whispers of your heart and to trust it to show you the way home - even if it’s all the way on the other side of the world - and what it takes to listen. In addition, we cover ground on the following and so much more!



    The connection between creativity and spirituality
    The gifts of a difficult childhood
    The main differences between life in the States and in South Africa (comfort and discomfort)
    Spiritual principles and practices that guide Christa’s work
    The beauty and strength of becoming who we are rather than who we were told we should be. And how that would ultimately change the world.
    Why the concept of race is a social construct and how to know.


    Christa Buthelezi is an author, creative, and guide whose work focuses on supporting people as they become themselves fully and well. Her first book, UBIZO: A Story of Coming Home, tells her own story of finding her way from her upbringing in the United States to her current life in KwaZulu-Natal and the discoveries she's made along the way. She is now living happily ever after in a magic forest with her family and a host of birds, wildlife, and three somewhat domesticated dogs.
    Links:
    Book: UBIZO: A Story of Coming Home: Buthelezi, Christa GumedeBook: The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma: van der Kolk M.D., BesselWebsite: This Being HumanAbout — This Being HumanOfferings — This Being HumanFacebook: UBIZO - A Story of Coming HomeFacebook : This being humanInstagramChrista Gumede Buthelezi (@christabuthelezi) • photos and videosInstagram: Christa Gumede Buthelezi (@thisbeinghumanza)

    • 57 min
    Episode 109: Lukas Wolf and Taran Rosenthal - Reclaiming Curiosity & The Invitation of Chinese Medicine

    Episode 109: Lukas Wolf and Taran Rosenthal - Reclaiming Curiosity & The Invitation of Chinese Medicine

    I believe conversations are an art form and can be incredibly potent medicine for transformation. The best conversations I’ve had are the ones that occur without an agenda, are filled with curiosity, and a deep listening for the invitation into a deeper inquiry where wisdom can often arise and nourish everyone who engages.


    To me, this conversation feels like one in which my guests and I embark on a conversation that deepens, opens, and expands - nourishing all of us as we go with plenty of laughter and just the right amount of irreverence.


    I especially loved this podcast episode because Taran and Lukas came without any agenda. These two men are wonderfully alive and deeply comfortable in their own skin.


    We cover lots of ground:



    How we were parented as well as how we parent.
    How our appetite for curiosity and wrestling with questions grew over time.
    How religion influenced us.
    “Bowling outside the bumpers,” which we describe as being socially “acceptable” and acting within the boundaries of society.
    How Taran and Lukas describe their work in Chinese Medicine and what it’s about for each of them.
    How they guide their clients to express coherence in the body.
    Different forms of Chinese Medicine and how they each practice.
    How Chinese Medicine differs and can complement Western Medicine.
    Acupuncture as an avenue for healing.
    Orienting ourselves to explore and embrace curiosity and mystery.


    I share my own story written the night before as I sat with my daughter called “Advice from a Caterpillar” and how it relates to everything we were exploring.


    Taran Rosenthal is a dad, Classical Chinese medicine practitioner, lifelong mover, and co-host of the Apricot Jam podcast. He is endlessly curious and immensely grateful to be kin to all beings.


    Lukas Wolf is an acupuncturist, herbalist, and martial artist in Brooklyn, New York. His days can pretty much be summed up as: punch, kick, heal, rinse, repeat. Both Lukas and Taran have their own podcast called Apricot Jam - be sure to listen!
    Links:
    Apricot Jam on Apple PodcastsApricot Jam | Podcast on SpotifyWebsite - Flying Needle AcupunctureFacebook - Taran RosenthalInstagram - Lukas Wolf L.Ac. (@lukaswolfacupuncture)Facebook - Lukas WolfWebsite - Lukas Wolf Acupuncture

    • 1 hr
    Episode 108: Stella Eisenstein - The Resonance of Healing

    Episode 108: Stella Eisenstein - The Resonance of Healing

    I started making appointments with Stella this past summer through the recommendation of a friend because I had recently had mercury fillings removed from my mouth. It seemed that even though I was on a detox regimen, my body was still having trouble, and my migraines were getting worse vs. better.


    After a couple of sessions, I noticed that my body responded to what Stella would say and do in our sessions. My curiosity and fascination led me to start asking deeper questions about what she was doing and how she was doing it, to which she generously shared with me that I, too, could learn to help my body heal.


    This led to a number of discussions about bringing attention to my body, how I could access the energetic field, and allow the healing to occur by “getting out of the way,” as Stella will often say.


    Over months of getting to know her more deeply, I am often struck by her gentle but deep wisdom and her perspective on certain things that are happening in the world in mainstream medicine. I marvel at how she orients herself in the world of healing, with respect for multiple modalities and room for contemplating the larger questions that continue to invite us to seek our own answers.


    Stella is not a woman of small intellect. She is professionally trained in multiple modalities and an apt pupil of her own healing experiences and the miracles that have occurred in her presence through her understanding of how to communicate with the body. She has healed herself twice of cancer and has also healed herself of autoimmune thyroid disease and scoliosis. She believes that we can heal anything if we are willing to reveal what’s wanting our attention and why it’s calling us into the invitation in the first place.


    Stella also happens to be one of the most genuinely loving people I have ever met. I have witnessed and experienced her generosity and integrity, not only for how she holds her work as a practitioner but also as a wife to her husband Charles, a mother to her son, and a teacher and a friend.


    I’m proud to bring you this interview because I believe Stella's work in the world is incredibly relevant, especially at a time when many seek to unentangle themselves from the medicalized world of experts, prescriptions, and diagnoses that often leave us with nothing but frustration, inflammation, and a bottle of pills to suppress the symptoms vs. reveal the root cause.


    In this great time of revelation, we are making our way back to ourselves, our intuition, and our bodies. We are trusting the body's innate healing potential through the quantum energy field - where all things are possible - especially miracles.


    In this episode, we will reveal:



    Stella’s story of healing breast cancer and what she had to first reveal in herself in order to heal.
    What Stella means by "re-skilling” medicine and why she wants to teach others how to heal.
    We are in a time of spiritual emergence, and we are being invited to reclaim the middle path in our communities.
    Why Stella changed her name, and how she shifted her work over time into the realms of energy and spirit.
    How “allowing” plays a profound role in healing.
    How Stella developed her intuitive skills over time.
    Why Stella believes the body holds the wisdom and why Integrative Manual Therapy is the next frontier of energy medicine.


    Stella is a writer and intuitive bodyworker. Her work draws from her training in multiple modalities, including Oriental Medicine, Esoteric Acupuncture, Ortho-Bionomy, Depth Hypnosis, and Integrative Manual Therapy. Before becoming a bodyworker, she was in publishing in New York, mainly as a travel writer. Her first memoir, Star Sister: How I Changed My Name, Grew Wings, and Learned to Trust intuition, was published in 2012. Her new memoir, about healing from breast cancer, scoliosis, and autoimmune thyroid disease, is currently being serialized at resonantattention.substack.com.
    Links:
    Resonant Attention | Stella Osorojos

    • 55 min
    Episode 107: Nicole Lewis-Keeber - Entrepreneurs & The Trauma Response

    Episode 107: Nicole Lewis-Keeber - Entrepreneurs & The Trauma Response

    What is the impact of childhood trauma on entrepreneurship? We may think it doesn’t impact us and instead believe that we simply have motivation or mindset issues. The truth is that the inner child is triggered by something from the past and is still running the show.


    Join us as we dive more deeply into the impact of childhood trauma on our businesses. We can begin to recognize the symptoms and signs that are inviting us to reveal more so that we can heal the wounds that present themselves in our business behavior. From avoiding tasks to over-producing to having issues with income, these are just some of the many ways our past trauma presents itself through our business.



    Small t trauma can have an even bigger impact than we realize.
    How can trauma impact your business?
    How can we best love our business?
    Why should we help entrepreneurs become more trauma conscious?


    Nicole Lewis-Keeber MSW LCSW is a business therapist, author, and mindset coach who works with entrepreneurs to create and nurture healthy relationships with their businesses. Nicole is the founder of Love Your Business School and the Creator of the Do No Harm Business Intensive. She has a rich and varied experience as a therapist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master's in Social Work. Certified in Brené Brown’s Dare To Lead™ methodology, Nicole has also been featured on numerous media outlets, including Fast Company and NPR, for her work in breaking the stigma of mental health and business ownership. She writes and speaks about the impact of small t trauma on businesses. Her biggest, more important work is combining therapeutic processes with business coaching to help entrepreneurs build emotionally sustainable & financially successful businesses. She lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with her husband and two fat happy cats.
    Links:
    Nicole Lewis-Keeber – MSW LCSW | CoachingFacebook - Nicole Lewis-Keeber Coaching Instagram- Nicole Lewis-Keeber/ Speaker (@nicole.lewiskeeber)Book: How to Love Your Business: Stop Recreating Trauma and Have a Business You Love- And That Loves You Back: Lewis-Keeber, Nicole: 9781736798102Trauma and Entrepreneurship Assessment – Nicole Lewis-KeeberWhat ACEs/PCEs do you have? « ACEs Too High

    • 47 min
    Episode 106: Natty Frasca - The Howl of the Feminine Rebellion

    Episode 106: Natty Frasca - The Howl of the Feminine Rebellion

    There's a wild woman within each of us, but she's been led down the wrong path. One that has slowly and efficiently lured her away from her truest, brilliant nature. Women must first root down and recognize the world in which we are planted and then choose to do things differently. It's time we link arms with our sister and say, "F**k the patriarchy. F**k the hustle". The world is screaming for a new kind of leadership, one infused with feminine values. It's damned time for a feminine rebellion.


    Listen in to hear Natty's story that led her to the path of the wild feminine and how she’s helping women to remember their wild nature and more:



    Hear how Natty came to realize what was missing from her life while sitting in a therapist's office, ready to request a divorce. She realized that it wasn't her marriage that was the issue; it was her ability to receive.
    Natty began to reveal what she had been taught to suppress, including her emotions, desires, vulnerabilities, and letting her husband see her.
    Sisterhood is an essential part of the re-wilding process - hear why Natty offers group retreats in nature and how she leads women to embody their wild nature.
    Why can’t women gain fulfillment solely through masculine energy? Why must she eventually return to this aspect of herself?
    Why is pleasure such a massive part of our reclamation as women?
    Hear how Natty and her husband restructured their relationship to give Natty more space to return to her feminine instincts and needs and how this serves the partnership and their children.


    Nat Frasca is the founder of Tribe of Wolves, an organization dedicated to guiding women back to their wild, feminine power. She leads women back to their wildness via her coaching practice and in-person mountain retreats. Her mission is to create an army of female leaders that this mad world is screaming for right now, and she believes the time is now for a feminine rebellion.


    Natty is a mom of three wild teenagers, an avid hiker, and a fierce lover of nineties hip hop. When she's not deep in the forest, you might find her scouring a local vintage shop for parachute pants, in her kitchen with her face planted in a bowl of buttery, garlic, mashed potatoes, or howling wildly under the moon with her sisterhood.
    Links:
    Tribe of Wolves | We are a pack of badass women.Instagram - Feminine Rebel. Wild Woman (@nattyfrasca)The Feminine Rebellion | Podcast on SpotifyThe Feminine Rebellion on Apple PodcastsThe Revelation Project Episode 48: Libby Bunten - Rupture to RadianceBook: Pussy: A Reclamation: Thomashauer, RegenaBook: The Female Persuasion: A Novel: Wolitzer, Meg: 9780399573231Facebook - Natalie Frasca Surmeli Facebook Group - The Feminine Rebellion w/Natty Frasca

    • 53 min
    Episode 105: Bergen Hyde - From Wounded Maiden to Cherishing Mother: An Archetypal Rite of Passage for Women

    Episode 105: Bergen Hyde - From Wounded Maiden to Cherishing Mother: An Archetypal Rite of Passage for Women

    Bergen Hyde is someone I was immediately drawn to because of her beautiful heart and her willingness to feel and share her experience with others so deeply.


    Listen in as we describe the archetypical journey of Wounded Maiden to the Cherishing Mother in our work with the sacred feminine and hear Bergens’s personal story of starving for the nourishment of the divine feminine and how she came to find her.



    What is internalized patriarchy, and how does it impact women?
    What is the wounded maiden, and why is she so prevalent in the world today?
    What are the traits of Wounded Maiden? What are the Traits of Mother?
    What is The Triple Mother Wound, and how can we reveal it and heal it?
    What is the Death Mother?
    How can the dark feminine energies hurt or help us?
    Why does the Patriarchy want to keep women pretty, pleasing, and polite?
    What is the archetypal underworld, and why must we go there to discover who we are?
    How can women awaken from the trance of patriarchal religion to discover the sacred feminine's nourishment?
    How did Bergan begin to conceive of her work with WOMB?
    Why it’s so important for women to become embodied and know their own inner wild?
    How can women return to flow and keep the flow?
    How can women connect more deeply with Mother Earth?
    What does it mean to be with the “pain of transformation?”


    Bergen Hyde has lived in Provo, Utah for the past 13 years with her husband and three kids. Her favorite things are dancing, salty snacks, spending time in the mountains, preferably in a body of water. Bergen is the oldest of 4 and grew up in Wisconsin.


    She is the Co-Founder and Creative Director of WOMB, which she founded with her two sisters Jentri and Sarah. They hold women’s circles, workshops, retreats, and one-on-one mentoring designed to support women in healing internalized patriarchy, integrating the sacred feminine, and reclaiming personal sovereignty.


    Bergen has been devoted to the sacred feminine for the last four years and is currently training under Sarah Durham Wilson as a Wounded Maiden to Mature Feminine practitioner.
    Links:
    Website | WombsistersInstagram: Midwifing Soul Rebirth✨ (@womb_circle)The Revelation Project Episode 86: Sarah Durham Wilson - Heartbreak as a Rite of PassageBooks by Marion WoodmanBooks byClarissa Pinkola EstesBook: Women Who Run with the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype: 9780345377449: Clarissa Pinkola EstesSarah Durham Wilson - The MotherSpiritInstagram - Sarah Durham Wilson (@sarahofmagdalene)

    • 1 hr 12 min

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77 Ratings

77 Ratings

maggie moore world ,

Wisdom and Power mixed with Playful Invitations to Reveal What Truly Matters to us ALL

Monica rodgers has a way to draw you in. Each week she hosts a plethora of intelligent, driven, creative and truly powerful guests. The truth is that I find that some podcasts will lose me because of idle chatter or lack of direction. Monica has a way to allow the conversation to run wild while she holds space in the most sacred way. There are pauses to really allow yourself to soak in the potent information. She creates a safe place to feel all of your emotions without judgment or fear of persecution. We need more of these precious conversations in the world today. You are not alone, so share your revelations with your fellow travelers.

Jen Burns ,

Literally life changing

I am blown away at Monica’s podcast! Firstly, her voice is so very comforting! Secondly, such a beautiful collection of warriors all working towards a goal. To help bring a lot to light ( too much to mention) and the power and beauty of self healing! I have done talk therapy, EMDR and Art! And as helpful as those have been initially, this podcast has become my new therapy !!!! My modality is Art and as life changing as that has been for me, I have found this podcast to open my eyes to so many other forms of healing that I will be incorporating into my life! So thank you so much! Please know you have changed my life and helped me immensely!

thcurvytriniSHS ,

Nutrition for The Spirit

This podcast is life changing and healing in the best way. We live in a world that’s always asking us to be more, do more, that tells us our value comes from one thing-work work work.
The revelation project podcast offers an alternative pathway. With humor, warmth and grace, the host, Monica pulls the thread of deep wisdom from each and every person she interviews. I always learn something interesting and new. If you are going to subscribe to a podcast- make it this one!

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