The Numinous Podcast with Carmen Spagnola: Intuition, Spirituality and the Mystery of Life
Summary: The Numinous Podcast is a show about intuition, spirituality and the mystery of life. The host, Carmen Spagnola, is a professional intuitive and clinical hypnotherapist who has smart, soulful conversations with interesting, articulate people. Each week, Carmen interviews a client, colleague, friend or expert about an aspect of their spiritual life. The lineup is diverse, the topics are eclectic, and the people are down-to-earth (mostly).
Sarah Faith Gottesdiener is an artist, tarot reader and educator, and witch. She is also the creator of the very popular Many Moons journals and Moonbeaming program. Sarah is also co-host of the Strange Magic podcast. You can find Sarah's readings and courses at: visualmagic.info Buy Sarah's art here. Finally, sign up for Sarah's excellent Moonbeaming newsletter.
I'm thrilled to be speaking with Lori Lambert Williams today about Controlled Remote Viewing – a protocol to access the subconscious and determine information about any location, person, or thing anywhere at any time. Remote Viewing is a technique commonly associated with intuition, but actually has its military roots both in Russia and the US. Much research around Remote Viewing has been funded by the Pentagon and developed by the Stanford Research Institute.
Stephanie Papik is an indigenous Inuit woman, experienced facilitator and program manager, current Director of Indigenous Relations and stakeholder Engagement for a division of the government of BC, as well as fibre artist and entrepreneur.What strikes many people upon first meeting Stephanie, probably second after her big warm smile, are her beautiful facial tattoos. I was so pleased she agreed to come on the show and talk about what these tattoos mean to her and to her Inuit culture.
Elizabeth Brown is a master dowser and author of DOWSING: The Ultimate Guide For The 21st Century. Her storied career includes the co-founding and running of a geopathic stress consultancy, she has studied with two former presidents of the British Society of dowsers, and has trained in remote viewing and more. Plus, she comes from a family lineage of water dowsers.
TNP123 Sarah Kerr on Being a Death Doula and Coping With Loss When a Pet or Plant Friend Dies
How do you know if you're in a cult? And, how does an open society confront propaganda, brainwashing, and the rise of fascism? That's the undercurrent of this conversation with noted cultic studies expert, Alexandra Stein, PhD. She brings an extraordinary lens to cultic studies with her attachment-based approach, which helps us understand how an average person – privileged and educated, even – can fall under the influence of a high-demand group.
Pashta MaryMoon is a death doula, a Wiccan, a Quaker, and a longtime fan of Jesus. Before we get around to our conversation about accompanying the dying, we have a revealing tour of Pashta's early spiritual explorations and experiences – a syncretic blend of Sumerian Babylonion influences, deep devotion to Jesus as brother/lover/son, kinship with Mary Magdalene, and pagan Wiccan god/goddess themes.
TNP120 Tiffany Joseph on Adaptation
TNP119 John Michael Greer on the Long Descent
TNP118 Patti Elledge on the Neurobiology of Attachment, Grieving Together, and Mobilizing Outrage
TNP117 Monique Gray Smith on the What Why How of Territorial Acknowledgements
TNP116 Matthew Remski on Attachment High Demand Communities and Yogas Culture Of Abuse 1
TNP115 Solara Goldwynn on Edible Landscapes Sustainability Climate Dread
TNP114 Jessie Hemphill on Indigenizing Urban Design Collapse Awareness
TNP113 Daniel Foor on Animism