13 episodes

Who Made You Sis is an audio archival documentation of spiritual dialogue with fellow Black creatives, griots, healers, and wellness practitioners. This 2021 series harnesses our existence in our truest forms. It is in commemoration of folklore, narrative, and language. when we surrender to our blueprint, our reimagined selves, we are closer to discovering our individual and collective god-selves in the clouds, on grass, on water, on everything. These conversations live in assurance to pass themselves forward into our collective memory.

Who Made You Sis: In Spiritual Dialogue THE DIAZ COLLECTIONS

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

Who Made You Sis is an audio archival documentation of spiritual dialogue with fellow Black creatives, griots, healers, and wellness practitioners. This 2021 series harnesses our existence in our truest forms. It is in commemoration of folklore, narrative, and language. when we surrender to our blueprint, our reimagined selves, we are closer to discovering our individual and collective god-selves in the clouds, on grass, on water, on everything. These conversations live in assurance to pass themselves forward into our collective memory.

    December | Lifeiswear: In Spiritual Dialogue with Chloe Dulce Louvouezo

    December | Lifeiswear: In Spiritual Dialogue with Chloe Dulce Louvouezo

    For our final episode, we are in spiritual dialogue with podcast host, writer, and recently published author Chloe Dulce Louvouezo. Chloe is also the host of the podcast Lifeiswear. during this deeply moving conversation, we discuss the foundational themes explored by the featured 24 essays written by Black women in her book: identity, healing, and self-trust. Chloe talks about identity as a fluid and evergreen process. she teaches us that we are all "the sum of our parts". Chloe also gives us insight into where the concept from this book conspired, where her spirit and soul have taken her in this ongoing journey of healing, spiritual transcendence, and identity acceptance. This book is for Black women whose voices have been silenced. It's also for women who believe that healing is our birthright and that joy cannot be stolen. The podcast is brought to you by The Diaz Collections. 
    To order your copy of Life, I Swear, visit her website here
    To listen to her incredible podcast, click here 

    • 34 min
    November | Slowly Seeking Ease: In Spiritual Dialogue with Yasmine Jameelah

    November | Slowly Seeking Ease: In Spiritual Dialogue with Yasmine Jameelah

    In this episode, we are in conversation with Yasmine Jameelah founder of Transparent Black Girl. Yasmine teaches us about the importance of incorporating faith into our journies of wellness. In this discussion, we open up about how surrendering to God, spirit, and our high selves in order to initiate and assist us in the recognition and appreciation of our own power. Through this delicate and dedicated ritual of inviting God into our sphere, we hold space for intention and glory to arise from unknown spaces and modes of understanding. 

    This podcast is brought to you by The Diaz Collections.

    • 51 min
    October | Alignment Ethics: In Spiritual Dialogue with Elyse Fox

    October | Alignment Ethics: In Spiritual Dialogue with Elyse Fox

    In this episode, we are in spiritual dialogue with Elyse Fox founder of Sad Girls Club about how to implement small moments of joy into our lives in order to feel fuller, more whole, and able to give space to our creative pathways. Elyse teaches us how to design our own sustainable ecosystem for ourselves in moments of chaos and overwhelm, along with providing an open outlet for channels that bring us happiness and joy. According to Elyse, the journey is where it is at and we are always in process. this podcast is brought to you by The Diaz Collections.

    • 35 min
    July | Unraveling Fluidity: In Spiritual Dialogue with Tahirah A'sha

    July | Unraveling Fluidity: In Spiritual Dialogue with Tahirah A'sha

    In this episode, we are in spiritual dialogue with producer and developer Tahirah A'sha, founder of Your Favorite Cup and Off The Clock. In this beautiful conversation, we delve into the fluidity and complexity of our humanity. We share our own personal experiences with self-care practices, committed long-term relationships, traveling abroad, and the ways in which each of them has opened us up to newfound channels of self-exploration and temporal sovereignty. Tahirah walks us through her journey of redefining her self-definition as a 'woman of the world' and surrendering attachment to anything that does not embrace the full scope of her humanness. This podcast is brought to you by The Diaz Collections.

    • 48 min
    May | To Be This Free: In Spiritual Dialogue with Rahilou Diallo

    May | To Be This Free: In Spiritual Dialogue with Rahilou Diallo

    In this episode, we are in conversation with Rahilou Diallo founder of The Toilet Podcast. We discuss how we choose to surrender, how we choose to claim ourselves through different experiences. We dive deeply into the act of grieving and how that has shifted our humanity and allowed us to step further into our own healing spaces. Those we have cultivated and those that have been granted to us from spirit are honored in this episode. Rahilou tells us with transparency about her experience with grief and her experience with harnessing her own personal freedom. The podcast is brought to you by The Diaz Collections.

    • 44 min
    Bonus | Songs for Sula: In Spiritual Dialogue with Eniafe Isis Adewale

    Bonus | Songs for Sula: In Spiritual Dialogue with Eniafe Isis Adewale

    HAPPY POETRY MONTH!

    In this month's bonus episode, we are in conversation with the word warrior, Eniafe Isis Adewale, founder of All Her Words. In this episode, we discuss our origins and love affair with writing. We speak about Toni Morrison, and The Pieces I Am and the ways in which her writing, her words, her remarkable existence shed light on our own journeys on the page. We delve into an exploration of what lead us to begin our writing practices, how they have evolved over time, and grown through our own understandings of self. Eniafe reminds us how we must be intentional about saving some magik for ourselves. 

    Check our most recent collaboration with All Her Words. A Room Of Our Own: a collection of works from 30 women and men of color, writers, and poets. The writings included investigating the silk and sweat of our immortal memories of home. This is where our spirits meet; a cavern for us to seek shelter which allows us to better understand the levels, depths, and meaning of home. Not just the homes we are born into but the homes we birth/find/sometimes destroy. A Room Of Our Own is currently on view here. 



    This podcast is brought to you by The Diaz Collections.

    • 1 hr 36 min

Customer Reviews

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5 Ratings

Sabrina Abdalla ,

A breath of fresh air!

Every episode is poetic and unearths the beauty, abundance, and richness in sisterhood. I am instantly blown away and spiritually uplifted. ❤️👏🏾

Priscilla Olivia ,

the secret sacred convos every woman needs

This podcast is a breath of fresh air. Diaz is a spirit led facilitator of “spiritual dialogue” and her guests each invite a refreshing outlook on womanhood, creativity and what it means to exist as a Black body in this day and age.

Marisabel S ,

Everyone needs to hear this!

Incredible dialogues exploring the depth of our existence, spirit, and energy. I hope that everyone who listens feels the love coming through your screen 🤍

Wonderful host & great guests that bring their own lived experiences / expertise to the table which makes for authentic conversations!