In this interview with Reuvain Bacal, a transformational coach who helps highly motivated men and couples, we explore what it means to live from who we truly are. Reuvain helps people become more aware of how their showing up and what habitual patterns may be holding them back. He also facilitates the practice of letting go these conditioned behaviors and embracing the authentic self. I've worked with him personally and I believe this is an inspiring conversation full of rich moments that can help all of us on the path of life.Read More
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06 - The connection between sex, intimacy, and vulnerability - Interview with Daniel Lebowitz from the Intimacy Institute (Part 2)
In Part 2 of this great interview Daniel and I continue to explore themes around vulnerability, intimacy and connection.
- Why it's important to be able to both "take the driver seat or the passenger seat" in bed and how a couple can explore both roles.
- How boundaries are essential for healthy vulnerability.
- How to identify your "intimacy threshold" and grow beyond it and why it's important to have access to multiple types of intimacy.
- How Daniel is modeling manhood, fatherhood, and intimacy for his two sons.
- The role intention plays in creating intimacy.
- We finish the interview with some great practical advice from Daniel about how to improve your relationships.
05 - The connection between sex, intimacy, and vulnerability - Interview with Daniel Leibowtiz from the Intimacy Institute (Part 1)
In this potent conversation, Daniel and I transcend taboos to explore the territory of intimacy and vulnerability. We learn about what Daniel does as a sex therapist and he shares insights, useful advice, and tips around how we can improve our relationships and sexual connections.Read More
3: The Sacred Birth - Interview with Dakota Hindman, doula and ceremonialist with Matrescence Doula Services
This is a great interview with Dakota Hindman, a doula and ceremonialist. It was a lot of fun to connect with Dakota. I enjoyed hearing her thoughts on supporting families while they birth and appreciated the inclusion of ceremony and sanctity in the transformative process. We discussed some of the cultural shifts we’d like to see occur and how the current culture impacts the experience for a lot of people.Read More
E2: The Essence of Birth - Interview with Lo Kawulok and Nichole Didelot of the Community Roots Midwifery Collective
In this episode we explore the midwifery model of birth. We talk with two midwives from the Community Roots Midwife Collective in Longmont, Colorado. All of us were birthed onto this planet by our mothers one way or another. It is a powerful and sacred event the carries a lot of significance for the family. There are many ways of approaching birth, and as a culture, here in the US, we tend to see it as a medical event that belongs in a hospital rather than a natural event that can happen in our homes. Most of us are incredibly lucky to be living in a place and an era where adequate health care options are available and where birth, which can involve life or death situations, can be supported by medical help if and when needed. Birth is a miraculous undertaking for the human body regardless of where it takes place. Every family has to make the decision of how they want and are able to bring new life into the world. Birth is the last place we want to be bringing shame or guilt and I think it’s incredibly important, that we treat everyone else’s choice with dignity and respect.Read More