Daydreaming Wolves Podcast show

Daydreaming Wolves Podcast

Summary: :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow - I am a queer writer, body worker, web designer and comforter. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. I am not on social media anymore because I want to focus on creating indy media like my podcasts, compare myself less often and spent little time on my phone. This means I have more energy to nurture my communities and make cool things for you! If you’d like to stay in touch you can sign up for my newsletter over here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/embodied-magic/ – I am usually sending them once or twice a month when I have new episodes, resources or interesting stories to share. You will also get my free mini course on embodied magic. If you like the Daydreaming Wolves podcast you might also like my Embodied Magic membership - it’s a community of like minded folks on Mighty Networks that meets every month for creative check ins, rituals and embodied writing. Everyone receives a monthly package filled with herbal recipes and video how to guides, play lists, journaling prompts, meditations, self-massage and writing practices as well as seasonal ritual ideas. You can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/wild-embodiment/ and you’re welcome to become a Patron to support the podcast here: www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: yarrowdigital.com/

Join Now to Subscribe to this Podcast

Podcasts:

 Podcast #68 Textile magic and fibre shed practices with Ash Alberg | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:55:59

Hey everyone, I am happy to send you another episode from cozy, rainy Scotland today. I spoke to Ash Alberg, whose work I had been admiring on instagram for years. Their work is so beautiful, tactile and deeply meaningful and I am so glad I got to spend some time with them to ask them about how it all came to be. Here is what we talked about:  - What we can learn from the process of making, loving and sharing clothes - Textiles as an access point to sustainability and community care  - Ash's textile practice and the knitty gritty of running a small textile business - Natural dying and fibre shed practices  - The magic of plants and Ash's project from field to skin  ash alberg is a queer femme and fibre witch who seeks to create beautiful and practical items using sustainable methods. equally importantly, they seek to nurture the skills, knowledge, and creativity of fellow fibre witches to achieve their goals. their side project, from field to skin, chronicles their adventures in the canadian fibreshed. after living on the east coast of canada and in the uk, ash now operates out of their home studio in canada’s heartland on treaty one territory with their coven pooch, willow. when not creating new knitwear designs, ash can be found sewing a handmade wardrobe, foraging for natural dyes and bones, and cooking up new herbal remedies with their favourite plant allies. ash can be found on instagram @sunflowerknit and @fromfieldtoskin. you can also find them at ashalberg.com and fromfieldtoskin.com. About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast My name is Yarrow, I am honoured to be your host! I am a queer writer, body worker and comforter and I support people in navigating transitions, grounding into themselves and finding simple pleasure. The Daydreaming Wolves podcast is a mix of deep dive interviews on healing modalities that feel good and spark resilience and resistance, wild life stories and new ideas as well as reflective solo episodes and how to guides filled with everyday magic. You can learn more about my work at https://www.yarrowmagdalena.com/ and sign up for the live tarot class I mentioned here: https://www.yarrowmagdalena.com/tarot-as-a-light-in-the-dark-live-class/

 #67 Why I am becoming a Death Doula | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:21:35

Hey loved ones, this solo episode is pretty much what it says on the tin: an exploration of why I am training as a death doula as an extension of the grief celebrant training I am doing, some thoughts about death, loss and grief and how all this actually makes me feel really happy and grounded right now. I am also sharing a few updates about life in Scotland, about offerings for 2020 and about my communities. Here is more info about the live tarot class I mentioned, its $44 till Dec 1st: https://www.yarrowmagdalena.com/tarot-as-a-light-in-the-dark-live-class/ If you have any feedback I would SO love to hear from you at hello@yarrowdigital.com and I also voiced a cheeky birthday wish: If you enjoy the podcast please can you leave a review? Thank you so much! About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast  My name is Yarrow, I am honoured to be your host! I am a queer writer, body worker and comforter and I support people in navigating transitions, grounding into themselves and finding simple pleasure. The Daydreaming Wolves podcast is a mix of deep dive interviews on healing modalities that feel good and spark resilience and resistance, wild life stories and new ideas as well as reflective solo episodes and how to guides filled with everyday magic. You can find out more about my offerings and community at https://www.yarrowmagdalena.com/

 #66 My interview with Jennifer Gleeson Blue on emotional bodies and natural movement | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:49:15

Hey wonderful beings, happy Friday - almost new moon - finally Scorpio season!  I hope this finds you well and that my conversation with the wonderful Jennifer Gleeson Blue feels as exciting and insightful to you as it did to me! It was really good to talk and wonder about natural movements, about patterns and how we are holding them in our bodies and about all the ways in which we can expand and grow into being our true selves. Fuck yes! Here is some of what we talked about:  - How modern ways of movement are impacting our biology and emotional bodies  - The initiation of motherhood  - Healing through natural movement  - Coming to really honour our bodies and learning about anatomy  - Creating trauma sensitive movement spaces  Jennifer Gleeson Blue guides women to find their freedom, reinitiating their connection to their powerful, majestic and sacred bodies. In her online programs, group coaching, private sessions and workshops, she utilizes a powerful blend of consciousness work and natural movement to unleash the intuitive self while tending very practically to the physical body. She is a certified life coach and a restorative exercise specialist and has logged thousands of hours in the trenches of unravelling her own liberation. She can be found on Instagram, Facebook and at her website, jennifergleesonblue.com.  :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow –  I am a queer writer, body worker, web designer and comforter. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. I enjoy bringing people together into a community that loves to play with plants, writes together and creates everyday rituals to make life feel more beautiful. My program, Embodied Magic  is an affordable and well-curated monthly course and community. It celebrates weirdness and explores ways in which self-care can help us reclaim joyful and sustainable forms of resistance. It’s available to all Patrons and you can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/wild-embodiment/ I am not on social media anymore because I want to focus on creating indy media like my podcasts, compare myself less often and spent little time on my phone. This means I have more energy to nurture my communities and make cool things for you! If you’d like to stay in touch you can sign up for my newsletter over here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/embodied-magic/ – I am usually sending them once or twice a month when I have new episodes, resources or interesting stories to share. You will also get my free mini course on embodied magic. I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: yarrowdigital.com/

 #65 My interview with Eryn Johnson on breathwork and body love | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:48:21

Hey beautiful listeners, I am so excited to have arrived back on Fridays being new episode days and also this one is very special - I talked to Eryn Johnson of Living Open about so many things that are currently in my heart. Eryn is wonderful, we giggled a lot and it was super fun to interview her after being on her podcast too. Here is what we talked about:  - Cyclical living and connecting with local bioregions - Breathwork and its transformational potential - Relating to our bodies with joy and pleasure - Becoming an entrepreneur and facing business questions - Non-violent communication and healing family patterns  Eryn Johnson is a breathwork facilitator, tarot reader, and Reiki Master based in Fishtown, Philadelphia. She is also the host of the Living Open podcast for mystics and seekers, a storytelling tool here to help facilitate soul expansion. The foundation of her work is energetic and based on the belief that there's nothing wrong with you- we are simply programmed from a young age to forget the truth of who we are. She uses Reiki, tarot, breathwork, and storytelling to bring you back to yourself - back to your power, back to your magic, back to your heart. Back to who you were before everyone told you who and how to be. Find her work at www.living-open.com and @erynj_ on Instagram. :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow –  I am a queer writer, body worker, web designer and comforter. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. I enjoy bringing people together into a community that loves to play with plants, writes together and creates everyday rituals to make life feel more beautiful. My program, Embodied Magic  is an affordable and well-curated monthly course and community. It celebrates weirdness and explores ways in which self-care can help us reclaim joyful and sustainable forms of resistance. It’s available to all Patrons and you can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/wild-embodiment/ I am not on social media anymore because I want to focus on creating indy media like my podcasts, compare myself less often and spent little time on my phone. This means I have more energy to nurture my communities and make cool things for you! If you’d like to stay in touch you can sign up for my newsletter over here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/embodied-magic/ – I am usually sending them once or twice a month when I have new episodes, resources or interesting stories to share. You will also get my free mini course on embodied magic. I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: yarrowdigital.com/

 #64 My interview with Marissa Correia on cyclical living and womb wisdom | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:53:24

Hey beautiful beings, thank you for listening to another Daydreaming Wolves episode, you are so appreciated!  In this interview I spoke to Marissa of Cyclical Body about body fluency, cyclical self-care and embodiment - as you know all things I am curiously exploring at the moment. I am working with Marissa and am in her membership program, so it feels really exciting to share just a few of the things I am learning from her with you today. Here is some of what we talked about: - Living in deeper harmony with our bodies - Our menstrual cycles as teachers - Finding more inclusive, authentic and open language around our bodies - Learning to really listen and following our stories  - Shifting out of seeing our bodies as enemies  - Finding gateways of embodied exploration Here is what Marissa says about her work:  I offer menstrual cycle education and holistic womb wellness guidance from an earth & body based perspective. My entrance into this work comes through birth work, studying with Whapio of the Matrona and Rachelle Garcia Seliga of Innate Traditions Postpartum. I was led to this path particularly through the ancestral elements of womb work, and at some point fell in love with the menstrual cycle and it’s been my teacher ever since. In the last year I have deepened into pelvic work through studying Holistic Pelvic Care with Tami Kent. I’m endlessly amazed by the wisdom of our bodies and the creative resilience moving through us. I am deeply informed by all the plant friends that have graciously found me on my path, as well as the territories that i’ve been held by – san diego, occupied kumeyaay land and recently lyons, colorado, occupied ute land. You can learn more about her here: https://cyclicalbody.com/ And this is her instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cyclicalbody/ :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow -  I am a queer writer, body worker, web designer and comforter. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. I enjoy bringing people together into a community that loves to play with plants, writes together and creates everyday rituals to make life feel more beautiful. My program, Embodied Magic  is an affordable and well-curated monthly course and community. It celebrates weirdness and explores ways in which self-care can help us reclaim joyful and sustainable forms of resistance. It's available to all Patrons and you can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/wild-embodiment/ I am not on social media anymore because I want to focus on creating indy media like my podcasts, compare myself less often and spent little time on my phone. This means I have more energy to nurture my communities and make cool things for you! If you’d like to stay in touch you can sign up for my newsletter over here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/embodied-magic/ – I am usually sending them once or twice a month when I have new episodes, resources or interesting stories to share. You will also get my free mini course on embodied magic. I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: yarrowdigital.com/

 #63 Embodied Magic has begun + we now have a book club + sliding scales are back! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:06:20

Hey everyone, just a quick, sniffy note from me to say that Embodied Magic has begun, yay! We now have a book club and I brought the sliding scale offer back - tune in to hear more about what members receive each months and how you can join. Love, Yarrow :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow I am a queer writer, body worker, comforter and web designer. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good in their own way and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. If you like the podcast you might also like my Wild Embodiment membership - it’s a beautiful community on Mighty Networks that meets every month for soulful check ins, rituals and embodied writing. Everyone receives a monthly package filled with herbal recipes and video guides, play lists, journaling prompts, meditations, self-massage and writing practices as well as seasonal ritual ideas. You can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/the-magic-of-embodiment-program/ and you’re welcome to become a Patron to support the show here: https://www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: https://yarrowdigital.com/

 #62 My interview with Rosemary Roberts on fertility tracking and reproductive justice | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:01:49

Hey beautiful ones, thank you for joining me for another interview episode! This time I spoke to the wonderful Rosemary Roberts about how incredibly fascinating and complex our bodies are. This is a really great episode for anyone with our without ovaries to listen to - I learned a ton and am feeling excited and encouraged to really pay more attention to my body and its rhythms. Here is what we talked about:  - How Rosemary became interested in alternatives after being on the pill for a decade - What body literacy means to her and why it matters so much to make this work more accessible - Body literacy as an important aspect of preparing for an uncertain future - The relationship between permaculture, earth activism and reproductive justice  - What a day in her forrest school looks like (it made me want to give myself forrest school afternoons)  Rosemary offers full-spectrum education and support for the reproductive continuum as a certified sexual/reproductive health and fertility awareness educator, as well as a childbirth and lactation educator, with a background in sociocultural anthropology, midwifery studies, permaculture and herbalism. She teaches group classes and works one-on-one with clients seeking to increase their body literacy and learn to chart their menstrual cycles to gauge reproductive and hormonal health, to effectively avoid pregnancy, and to increase their chanced of getting pregnant when they want to. She also consults around dietary, lifestyle and environmental factors that affect hormonal health. She is actively involved in reproductive justice support work, and passionate about accessibility and inclusion. She teaches in-person where she lives in Northern California as well as online, and has an upcoming live online class series on body literacy and using fertility awareness to avoid pregnancy. Please visit www.wombsage.com for more information! You can find Rosemary's upcoming classes, for which listeners can get 10% by mentioning Daydreaming Wolves when registering here:  https://www.wombsage.com/classes Here is the link to the membership program that starts on October 1st including info on 1:1 support and the zines I am offering: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/wild-embodiment/ :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow -  I am a queer writer, body worker, web designer and comforter. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. If you’d like to stay in touch you can sign up for my newsletter over here (I am not on social media anymore): http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/embodied-magic/ – I am usually sending them once or twice a month when I have new episodes, resources or interesting stories to share. You will also get my free mini course on embodied magic. If you like the Daydreaming Wolves podcast you might also like my Embodied Magic membership - it’s a community of like minded folks on Mighty Networks that meets every month for creative check ins, rituals and embodied writing. Everyone receives a monthly package filled with herbal recipes and video how to guides, play lists, journaling prompts, meditations, self-massage and writing practices as well as seasonal ritual ideas. You can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/wild-embodiment/ and you’re welcome to become a Patron to support the podcast here: www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves

 #61 What Wild Embodiment means to me | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:20:26

What comes to mind when you are hearing the word embodiment? My thoughts are still changing all the time, it's very much an open exploration to me. This is a solo episode in which I am sharing about my current practices and reflecting a bit on the past year. I am also inviting you to write a zine with me, which I am really excited about! Here is the submission form: https://mrjzmkaz.paperform.co/ When I started my membership program over a year ago I was knee deep in my recovery from a sexual assault and wildly (sometimes desperately) interested in finding ways to reconnect with my body, reclaim joy and sensuality and find peace.  Being in community has helped me so so much and day by day working with plants, journaling and drawing cards has been a source of comfort and pleasure for me. I feel truly grateful for everyone who has joined in. This non-judgemental sense of exploration in a sweet framework with lots of easy to use tools and regular check ins is what feels most supportive and exciting to me in this work, so I am bringing even more of it in.  You can learn more about the program here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/wild-embodiment/ And you're welcome to email me at hello@yarrowdigital.com if you have any questions!

 #60 My interview with Samantha Wallen on restorative writing and searching for home | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:45:33

Hey beautiful people,  thank you for making time for another Daydreaming Wolves episode! Today I am sharing my conversation with my wonderful friend and co-masterminder Samantha Wallen about the transformative power of writing, what it means to loose and find home and many other wonderful things. Since I am in Scotland at the moment, kind of in-between worlds and life chapters, this feels very timely! :: A small but also big announcement from me: The DIY Business Collective is now open for enrolment and I am offering early bird pricing till August 10th with lifetime accessing costing $220, you can find out more here: https://yarrowdigital.com/diy-business-school/ :: Here is some more info about what Sam and I talked about:  - How Sam became a writer and why it's so powerful to claim that title - Finding presence, stillness and deep reflection through writing  - Enchantment and touching what lives beyond language  - Loosing a home, growing new roots and reclaiming a sense of value  - The radical potential of writing You can sign up for Sam's One Word can set your Free Guide here: https://writeinpower.com/freegift/ Samantha Wallen is a writer, writing and book coach, and poet. She is the Founder of Write In Power, which offers transformative writing workshops, retreats, and private coaching programs. Sam’s mission is to restore the soul of our world, one word at a time. She is a Restorative Writing Mentor who helps you drop your agenda and write what wants to be written so you can restore what is precious inside you, and our world, by using words as a pathway to reach what lives beyond language.  Restorative Writing is memoir-based writing that awakens your voice and heals your spirit. It slows you down and tunes you in to the heartbeat and deep purpose of your life. Restorative Writing deepens our shared conversation of aliveness–the ordinary, the mystical, the brilliant, and the wounded, forgotten, grieved and silenced parts. It brings all of us home to rest on the sacred ground of our shared human story so we can connect to and serve life more fully on and off the page. :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow I am a queer writer, body worker, plant lover and ritual facilitator. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good in their own way and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. If you like the podcast you might also like my Wild Embodiment membership - it’s a beautiful community on Mighty Networks that meets every month for soulful check ins, rituals and embodied writing. Everyone receives a monthly package filled with herbal recipes and video guides, play lists, journaling prompts, meditations, self-massage and writing practices as well as seasonal ritual ideas. You can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/the-magic-of-embodiment-program/ and you’re welcome to become a Patron to support the show here: https://www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: https://yarrowdigital.com/

 #59 My interview with Bri of Tadpole Magic on astrology for sceptics | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:51:10

Hey friends, I am sending a really beautiful episode with the wonderful Bri of Tadpole Magic your way! This one I think is particularly cool if the recent eclipses got you curious about astrology, but you're maybe a bit sceptical or not sure where to start.  Here is what we talked about:  - Learning from experiences rather than only from books - Making astrology touchable  - Why being sceptical is totally okay - The value of archetypes for our relationships, careers and spiritualities - Why we think no one should let the internet tell them who they are  Bri is a witch, astrologer, writer for their blog, Tadpole Magic, and co-host of the podcast, Open Magic. They want magic, tarot, astrology, and all metaphysical practices to feel usable, to help provide language and perspective to your lived experiences, and to act as a doorway to tapping into your inner wisdom. They recently launched an astrological offering called Learning Your Astrology that is focused specifically on helping you navigate your personal natal chart through 12 weeks of one-on-one sessions and personalized exercises such as meditations, rituals, and spells. Bri deeply values the wisdom that each person holds within themselves and sees astrology as a means for us to recognize it within ourselves. https://www.tadpolemagic.com/ https://www.instagram.com/tadpole.magic/ ---- :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow I am a queer writer, body worker, plant lover and ritual facilitator. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good in their own way and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. If you like the podcast you might also like my Wild Embodiment membership - it’s a beautiful community on Mighty Networks that meets every month for soulful check ins, rituals and embodied writing. Everyone receives a monthly package filled with herbal recipes and video guides, play lists, journaling prompts, meditations, self-massage and writing practices as well as seasonal ritual ideas. You can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/the-magic-of-embodiment-program/ and you’re welcome to become a Patron to support the show here: https://www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: https://yarrowdigital.com/

 Podcast #58 Personal myth making and embodied writing with Janelle Hardy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:50:38

How to I introduce this episode and my wonderful friend Janelle? Honestly it's been such a joy to talk to and write with her - I can't wait to start her program and work some more with the free resources she is sharing. I guess this episode is much groovier than a normal interview, we are writing and laughing together and you can get pen and paper out and join us! Janelle shares her thoughts about why writing can be such a powerful tool for healing and transformation and she offers us a few really juicy exercises to try out. If you can't write right now you can also totally enjoy this episode on the go and explore what comes up for you in your beautiful mind or on paper later. Enjoy and let us know what you think!  Janelle Hardy is a writer, artist, host of the Personal Mythmaking Podcast and the creator/teacher of a 5-month transformational memoir-writing course called The Art of Personal Mythmaking. She’s a born and raised Yukoner, a solo mother, who has been working as a trauma-informed bodyworker in the hands-on healing arts fields for 13+ years and as an artist (writing, painting + dance) for 17+ years. Throughout that time she’s taught adults out of her living room, arts centres, universities and community colleges. For the past 4+ years she’s integrated all of her expertise, including a BA in Anthropology, an MA in Dance and a Diploma in Structural Integration, into supporting people in their creative healing work via the alchemy of transformational memoir-writing. Sign up for the Outline Your Memoir workshop: https://www.janellehardy.com/outline-your-memoir/ Website: http://www.janellehardy.com/ The Art of Personal Mythmaking - online course: https://www.personalmythmaking.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/janellehardyart/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/janellehardybodylove/ Free gift (see below): https://www.personalmythmaking.com/writing-through-painful-memories &  https://www.personalmythmaking.com/10-impactful-writing-prompts :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow I am a queer writer, body worker, plant lover and ritual facilitator. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good in their own way and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. If you like the podcast you might also like my Wild Embodiment membership - it’s a beautiful community on Mighty Networks that meets every month for soulful check ins, rituals and embodied writing. Everyone receives a monthly package filled with herbal recipes and video guides, play lists, journaling prompts, meditations, self-massage and writing practices as well as seasonal ritual ideas. You can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/the-magic-of-embodiment-program/ and you’re welcome to become a Patron to support the show here: https://www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: https://yarrowdigital.com/

 Podcast #57 My interview with Gina Wisotzky of Incandescent Tarot on tarot adventures and intuition | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:44:50

Hey folks, happy Friday! Glad to be bringing you another tarot related episode - June seems to be a month of refreshing and re-inventing my practice, so I hope you are excited too! This time I spoke with the wonderful Gina of Incandescent Tarot about all these beautiful things:  - How Gina became a tarot reader and found the name for her business - Tarot as a creative, fluid, creative art and a tool for self-discovery  - Learning to trust our own minds - Disagreeing with the cards and working with archetypes  - Tarot maps as a way to navigate big life questions Gina Wisotzky is a professional tarot reader, teacher, and intuitive with 18 years experience reading the cards. Her practice centers around cultivating, honoring, and giving voice to each individual's sense of intuition through classes, gatherings, and in-person sessions. Having experienced the power of tarot and intuition-building through many phases of her life, it's her joy to share these tools with others, reintroducing them as innate and accessible to all of us, no matter our backgrounds. She hosts two local meetups - The Durham Tarot Club & Craft Night - and is co-host of the podcast, Open Magic.   Website: incandescenttarot.com Instagram: instagram.com/incdescenttarot Facebook: facebook.com/incandescenttarot Open Magic: openmagicpocast.com :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow I am a queer writer, body worker, plant lover and ritual facilitator. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good in their own way and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. If you like the podcast you might also like my Wild Embodiment membership - it’s a beautiful community on Mighty Networks that meets every month for soulful check ins, rituals and embodied writing. Everyone receives a monthly package filled with herbal recipes and video guides, play lists, journaling prompts, meditations, self-massage and writing practices as well as seasonal ritual ideas. You can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/the-magic-of-embodiment-program/ and you’re welcome to become a Patron to support the show here: https://www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: https://yarrowdigital.com/

 Podcast #56 My interview with Nancy Antenucci on creative advocacy and tarot rituals | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:56:32

Happy Solstice, sweet ones!  I hope you get a chance to celebrate the longest or shortest day of the year in a way that connects you to the magic of cyclical living and everyday ceremony.  It feels so special to bring you a really beautiful interview with my former mentor Nancy Antenucci today - I adore her book, received so much great guidance from her and am always excited to read her newsletters. Here is what we talked and laughed about:  - Being a creative advocate  - Speaking with our bodies and getting out of our heads - Tarot as a big mansion with a room for each card - What it can mean to be psychic  - Writing to stay sane Nancy Antenucci of Between The Worlds LLC (www.betweenworlds.us) is an innovator whose creative take on tarot, and how it can be woven into a variety of other work, including movement, performance art, and deep ritual, makes her a highly sought-after teacher and presenter around the country and internationally.  She is the author of “Psychic Tarot – Using Your Natural Abilities to Read the Cards”.  She founded Twin Cities Tarot Collective which produces the North Star Tarot conference, an innovative monthly Meetup and training for readers. She is currently branching into creative strategizing for start ups and mid sized businesses as well as creating multi-media videos bringing the divine into the everyday. She is a faculty member of the Arcana Company in Chengdu, China.  :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow I am a queer writer, body worker, plant lover and ritual facilitator. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good in their own way and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. If you like the podcast you might also like my Wild Embodiment membership - it’s a beautiful community on Mighty Networks that meets every month for soulful check ins, rituals and embodied writing. Everyone receives a monthly package filled with herbal recipes and video guides, play lists, journaling prompts, meditations, self-massage and writing practices as well as seasonal ritual ideas. You can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/the-magic-of-embodiment-program/ and you’re welcome to become a Patron to support the show here: https://www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: https://yarrowdigital.com/

 Podcast #55 My interview with Dorothee Sophie Royal on flower magic and cyclical bodies | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:47:45

Hey sweet friends, I am so excited to bring you another beautiful conversation on this sunny last Friday of May!  I spoke to the beautiful, magical Dorothee of MoonTent about all this good stuff:  - Adorning ourselves with flowers - Running a product based business - Developing a cyclical relationship with our bodies - Moon magic  - Building community beyond social media Dorothée Sophie Royal is an artist, writer, medicine maker, and mother. She is the founder of MoonTent, a media platform dedicated to wisdom from the heart of the feminine. She is the host of #moonwisepodcast which features monthly lunar forecasts and interviews with women of power. She was selected in 2018 as one of fifty women for #50WomenCan Change the World in Media and Entertainment.  Born in Germany and raised in the U.S. and abroad, Dorothée has a deep love for the natural world and an appreciation for cross-cultural healing. After completing a degree at the University of Chicago and working in the film and nonprofit worlds, she found herself longing for a more holistic approach to life and went on to become a student of herbal medicine, nutrition and earth-honoring wisdom traditions. She is wildly grateful to her elders and teachers, her family and the mountains, rivers, trees and flowers that inspire her. http://www.moontent.co/ https://www.instagram.com/moontentco/ :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow I am a queer writer, body worker, plant lover and ritual facilitator. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good in their own way and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. If you like the podcast you might also like my Wild Embodiment membership - it’s a beautiful community on Mighty Networks that meets every month for soulful check ins, rituals and embodied writing. Everyone receives a monthly package filled with herbal recipes and video guides, play lists, journaling prompts, meditations, self-massage and writing practices as well as seasonal ritual ideas. You can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/the-magic-of-embodiment-program/ and you’re welcome to become a Patron to support the show here: https://www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: https://yarrowdigital.com/

 Podcast #54 My interview with Jade Alicandro Mace about making plant friends and building community | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:36:43

Hey folks, I am delighted to bring you another interview episode with the wonderful Jade of Milk and Honey Herbs! As you know I adore talking to plant people who are finding radical and nourishing ways to support themselves and their communities! Here is what Jade and I dreamed and giggled about:  - What a herbalist's workday can look like - Discovering plants as allies for our health and wellbeing  - Connecting with different bioregions  - How we can give back to our environments   - Simple herbal selfcare strategies  - Running a community clinic  - Teaching and building community through Patreon Jade Alicandro Mace weaves a love of bioregionally abundant herbs and kitchen medicine into her work as a community and clinical herbalist. When she’s not teaching bioregional herbalism to students and apprentices, you can find her roaming the hedges with her harvest basket in-hand or at home in the kitchen brewing-up some potent food as medicine. She’s a mother to her 10 and 6 year-old daughters, partner, tender of chickens and cats and new puppy, blogger and writer, and half-gardener to her mostly wild gardens. In 2012 she co-founded the Greenfield Community Herbal Clinic, dedicated to affordable herbal care, and also maintains a long-distance clinical practice. Through her Patreon community she offers monthly online classes and plant study groups, and she teaches an online kitchen herbalism course each winter as well. She makes her home in the rolling hills of western Massachusetts, in unceded Nipmuk territory. Website- https://www.milkandhoneyherbs.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/milkandhoneyherbs/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/milkandhoneyherbs/ Patreon- https://www.patreon.com/milkandhoneyherbs ------ :: About me and the Daydreaming Wolves podcast :: My name is Yarrow I am a queer writer, body worker, plant lover and ritual facilitator. My podcast and the community I’ve built around it is meant to support soft folks in reclaiming embodiment, creative expression, a connection to nature and everyday magic. On Daydreaming Wolves you’ll find a mix of deep dive conversations with beautiful people who are exploring things that feel good in their own way and solo episodes in which I am sharing how to guides and magical food for thought with you. If you like the podcast you might also like my Wild Embodiment membership - it’s a beautiful community on Mighty Networks that meets every month for soulful check ins, rituals and embodied writing. Everyone receives a monthly package filled with herbal recipes and video guides, play lists, journaling prompts, meditations, self-massage and writing practices as well as seasonal ritual ideas. You can learn more here: http://www.daydreamingwolves.com/the-magic-of-embodiment-program/ and you’re welcome to become a Patron to support the show here: https://www.patreon.com/daydreamingwolves I also run a web design, tech support and small business mentoring studio over here: https://yarrowdigital.com/

Comments

Login or signup comment.