June 4, 2020
In this episode, I talk to actress, singer, performer and psychology counselor Tessa Hersh.
Tessa shares her experience as a mixed race black woman living in America and how this watershed moment is impacting her. She candidly talks with me about the need for white people to recognize their privilege - she shares why we must begin having honest and open conversations about race at home, at work, at school, with our children, our partners, and in every other area of our life. This is a systemic problem that will never change if we do not just start the conversation, but also embrace it as a part of our ever growing culture. Tessa and I enter into this difficult conversation with an open heart.
Tessa Hersh received her B.A in psychology from Carleton College and M.A in counseling psychology from Santa Barbara Graduate institute. She has over 15 years of professional education and facilitation experience working in a variety of educational and corporate settings. Tessa has taught in pregnant teen programs, juvenile hall, Orphanages in Ethiopia, and parents and children all over New York.
She has worked in school and in-home as a behavioral therapist for children with special needs including students on the autistic spectrum. She has consulted with the Theatre Development Fund on multiple Autism friendly performances of Broadway Shows and on inclusion programming with various arts based programs in NYC and Los Angeles. She has run an arts based after school program in Brooklyn and teaches creative writing, story telling, improv comedy and American Sign language in elementary schools all over New York City.
Most recently she has consulted with NYC Department of Education, start ups, law firms, and the YMCA, supporting and creating trauma informed, culturally aware spaces inclusive of individuals with special needs and spaces for racial bias education.
June 4, 2020
In this episode, I talk with socially aware creative Georgie Greville about co-founding an inclusive brand in the beauty industry. She candidly shares about Milk Makeup's recently layoffs due to COVID-19 and the company's active response to Black Lives Matter. She talks about the need to get better internally and the multiple actions they are taking to ensure that this inspires long lasting change and growth. Georgie aka "GG" is a true multi-hyphenate. She seamlessly functions as an entrepreneur, filmmaker and creative director with a unique combination of socially aware strategy, pop art direction and cinematic vision. She has received countless accolades for her work in pushing the boundaries of branding and content for incredible risk-taking brands such as Diesel, Versace, Evian, Belstaff, Rag and Bone and Target. GG Co-Founded Milk Makeup, where she leads the brand’s visual identity with a progressive, socially aware, multi-media presence. In her direction for Milk Makeup, GG has been able to infuse progressive modern values into every side of brand, from using clean ingredients and vegan, cruelty-free formulas to their leading stance on inclusivity and active philanthropic support for the LGBTQIA+ community. Under her supervision, the cosmetic brand has become an industry leader in inclusivity and has used its video campaigns to redefine conventional beauty standards and champion self expression.
May 27, 2020
On April 15, 2020 I launched my first episode of the Perspectives on the Pandemic Series. Since then, I've received a multitude of emails relaying what a powerful support this has been during these unprecedented times. My heart is so full of gratitude for every guest who participated in the series.
On this last episode of the Perspectives on the Pandemic Series, I talk about our journey with these different perspectives from all of my guests. I also introduce my next season: Perspectives on the Re-emergence, which will turn our focus towards creating a better future, both individually, and for the world.
May 18, 2020
Kevin J. Todeschi is Executive Director and CEO of Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. and Atlantic University, responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Edgar Cayce organizations.
As both student and teacher of the Cayce material for thirty-five years, he has lectured on six continents in front of thousands of individuals. A prolific writer, he is the author of more than 25 books, including Edgar Cayce on Angels and the Angelic Forces, Edgar Cayce on Reincarnation and Family Karma, Edgar Cayce on Vibrations, Divine Encounters, The Best Dream Book Ever, and the best-selling Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records.
In addition to his non-fiction books, he is also the author of several fiction novels: A Persian Tale, The Reincarnation of Clara, and The Rest of the Noah Story. He also authored several popular apps for Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. www.edgarcayce.org www.kevintodeschi.com
May 3, 2020
I am so excited to share Miss Blassa with the SpiritWalking community. In her work, she is a healer, teacher, and an oracle for many. One of the things that has always stood out the most for me about Blassa is her humility, coupled with unwavering strength and dedication to the path she has chosen. She has built everything from the Silver Leaf senior co-housing complex in Paonia, Colorado to sweat lodges in the woods.
April 24, 2020
These are two unique healers who possess a broad scope of knowledge and awareness in both allopathic and wholistic healing. Dr Kokayi received his medical degree from Yale and went on to to study Classical Homeopathy, Chinese Medicine, African Shamanism, and Quantum Healing. https://www.healinghealthservices.com https://www.kokayiohm.com Walter Blick is an Occupational Therapist, Somatic Bodyworker, Energy Practitioner, and Transformational Coach. He has studied Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, EFT, Hypnosis, Somatic Experiencing, Integral Somatic Psychology (ISP), Mindfulness, Clinical Imagery/Meditation, and Energy Kinesiology. http://www.walterblick.com
April 20, 2020
Pat McAnaney told me he had a vision in the mid 1970s that relates to what is currently happening in the world right now. He believes that the coronavirus may be helping us to avoid an even greater catastrophe.
I call Pat a Psychic Elder as he has worked professionally in this field since 1974. He has helped with criminal investigations, jury selections, and (just for fun!) he translates, deciphers, and recreates ancient texts.
To book a session with Pat go to: www.psychicpat.com
April 15, 2020
Is Astrology able to offer any clarity with respects to our future? A candid conversation with astrologer Patty Yoon around the astrological influences and implications of COVID-19 and insights we may gain from this ancient system about what is happening right now. To book a session with Patty go to: www.pattyyoonastrology.com