Wise Woman Radio

  • Friday, October 30, 2020 1:01 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Kathleen Gubitosi

    Susun interviews Kathleen Gubitosi.
    For over two decades, Kathleen Gubitosi, M. A. has supported women who desire to align with their inner truth, step into their intuitive feminine power and live the life of their dreams by connecting to the most potent gift on earth, their voices. An award winning business woman, performance coach, Reiki Master, professional tarot consultant, contributing author to two bestselling books, expert instructor for Inspired Living University and Creatrix of The Magic of Voice Alchemy™, Kathleen is a sought after speaker on both live and virtual stages sharing her message of feminine empowerment through voice and the metaphysical arts.

    ​Q & A subjects in this episode include:
    trembing hands
    dealing with fear
    meeting nutritional needs
    relief from oral irritation and facial pain
    panic attacks with seizure-like symptoms
    alternatives to commercial infant formula

  • Friday, October 23, 2020 9:04 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Medium Kerrie Wearing

    Susun interviews Kerrie Wearing.
    Kerrie Wearing is a modern medium, passionate about supporting women to connect to their soul and it's essence of the Divine Feminine. Where you find that you embody your purpose by showing up as a being that is sensual, confident, creative, intuitive and being energetically aligned, enabling us to expand our Mediumship. With her work spanning more than 20 years, Kerrie is the author of A New Kind of Normal:Unlock the Medium within and Wisdom of the Soul: How to live life created with love & inspiration made simple and right now loves supporting women online with her Creative Heart Feminine Spirit Academy.
    Kerrie lives in Sydney Australia with her partner, our furbabies, loves being mum to her two adult children and is a not so secret country music fan.

    Q & A topics in this episode include:
    chemical sensitivity
    shooting pains in hands & feet
    corneal abrasion
    lichen sclerous
    do masks casue breathing or lung problems?

  • Friday, October 16, 2020 8:50 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Spiritual Business coach Beth Weinstein

    Susun interviews Beth Weinstein.
    As a spiritual business coach, Beth Weinstein helps current and aspiring spiritual entrepreneurs, healers, coaches, and leaders align with your purpose and grow your business so you can help more people, create consistent income, and have a business you love working from anywhere on earth! Using her experience growing multiple businesses (including three of her own), along with neuroscience-backed methodologies, spiritual teachings, and practical business action plans, Beth offers a multi-dimensional approach to help you move past limiting beliefs, overcome obstacles and grow your business in a successful, impactful way. She guides you in a step-by-step process to grow your business using a balanced, co- creative approach combining practical business coaching and heart-centered marketing strategies together with spiritually based mindset training and manifesting work. Beth is the founder of the "Psychedelics, Sacred Medicines, Purpose & Business" free online conference; was co-creator of the "Music is Medicine" festival and "Urban Ceremony", a music-mind-body-spirit festival with the musician East Forest. Beth has spoken on multiple stages, podcasts, and summits, and has been featured in The New York Post, Huffington Post, Shape Magazine, and more. Learn more at BethAWeinstein.com and grab her free training “3 Steps to Get Clients & Grow a Thriving Coaching, Healing or Purpose-Based Business You Love!" at: BethAWeinstein.com/grow-your-spiritual-business

    Q & A topics in this episode include:
    visionary medicine
    cotton root bark
    sweat lodges
    long-time caller health update
    caller follow-up on hip issues
    bipolar mood cycles

  • Friday, October 09, 2020 8:24 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed

    Susun Weed answers your herbal health questions.
    Q & A topics in this episode include:
    making hawthorn berry tincture
    cervical dysplasia
    night time foot cramps
    hemorrhoid follow-up caller
    onset of menopause
    hip replacement
    structure, organization & scheduling
    harvesting and using yellow dock

  • Friday, October 02, 2020 8:19 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Herbalists without Borders coordinator Olatokunboh Obasi

    Susun interviews Olatokunboh Obasi.
    Olatokunboh Obasi is owner of Omaroti, an apothecary and wellness space located in Mayaguez, PuertoRico. Olatokunboh has been working in the wellness field for over 15 years. Sheis a yoga and dance instructor, clinical herbalist, nutritionist and birth doula. Committed to community holistic health, social justice, and education, she works heavily in community service and African Traditional Medicine. Presently, coordinates Herbalists without Borders International on the island providing community service to people in need. A guest presenter and teacher of many conferences she’s originally from Africa, her travels around the world are extensive as she integrates traditional knowledge of herbs, with her western education. She received her Master’s of Science from Maryland University of Integrative Health. Olatokunboh is a mother of 3 young adults. She continues to learn from her children through challenge and tribulation as she shares her journey of life with them and the human family.

    Q &A topics include:
    vaginal contractions and pain
    pinched nerve
    injured toenail
    antibiotic herbs
    effect of spearmint on estradioal production
    using asters medicinally
    heart & blood pressure medications
    geographic tongue
    shedding skin

  • Friday, September 25, 2020 1:29 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Author HeatherAsh Amara

    Susun interviews HeatherAsh Amara.
    HeatherAsh Amara is the author of the Warrior Goddess Training series, The Warrior Heart Practice, A Little Book on Big Freedom, Awaken Your Inner Fire, and co-author of The Seven Secrets to Happy, Healthy Relationships with don Miguel Ruiz Jr. She is dedicated to inspiring depth, creativity, and joy by sharing the most potent tools from a variety of world traditions. HeatherAsh studied and taught extensively with don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements, and continues to teach with the Ruiz family. Raised in Southeast Asia, HeatherAsh has traveled the world from childhood and is continually inspired by the diversity and beauty of human expression and experience. She brings this openhearted, inclusive worldview to her writings and teachings, which are a rich blend of Toltec wisdom, European shamanism, and Buddhism.

    Q & A topics in this episode include:
    hip & foot pain follow-up
    planting boneset from seed
    long term linden use
    itchy skin discoloration
    allergic reaction to insect sting
    pain after walking exercise
    posterior postioned fetus
    improving lung strength

  • Friday, September 18, 2020 12:49 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Nature priestess Selena Fox

    Susun interviews Selena Fox.
    Selena Fox is a Nature priestess, EcoFeminist, Pagan civil rights activist, Goddess Spirituality rituals facilitator, author, podcaster, teacher, spiritual psychotherapist and counselor. Also known as Rev. Selena Fox, Selena is senior minister of Circle Sanctuary which has been serving Nature Spirituality practitioners of many paths worldwide with publications, events, networking, civil rights activism, and other services since 1974. A lifelong environmentalist, Selena is founder of Circle Sanctuary Nature Preserve located in southwestern Wisconsin, USA, which includes Circle Cemetery, a national Pagan burying ground that is among the first Green cemeteries in North America. Selena has a MS in counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and does consultations, readings, and counseling by zoom and telephone with clients across USA, Canada, and beyond. Selena's writings, rituals, chants, and photographs have been widely published on-line and in-print. Selena hosts two weekly podcasts, Nature Spirituality and Nature Mystic on Circle Sanctuary's internet radio network, CSNP, and presents workshops and rituals at conferences and gatherings online and in person. She is founder of the Circle Craft tradition which blends together ancient and contemporary Pagan folkways, Hedgewitchery, Multicultural Shamanism, and Nature Mysticism.
    More info: www.selenafox.com & www.circlesanctuary.org

    Q&A topics in this episode include:
    chronic pain management
    lyme disease & lymphoma in dogs
    boosting immunity w/ nourishing herbs
    high blood pressure
    problems with blue-green algae

  • Friday, September 11, 2020 9:13 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Herbalist Brighid Doherty

    Susun interviews, Brighid Doherty.
    Brighid Doherty is an herbalist honoring the Wise Woman Tradition. She resides on Deer Isle, a bridged-island in Downeast Maine. Brighid is a passionate herbal health educator and a professional gardener. She is the founder of The Solidago School of Herbalism. Brighid began her connection with herbs while playing in her mother's gardens as a child, their scents and beauty attracting her curiosity. For the past two decades, Brighid has worked with medicinal plants in a variety of ways; as a student and a teacher, a gardener and a forager, a medicine maker and health consultant. She received a BA focused in Organic Agriculture and Herbal Medicine from Evergreen State College. She has had many wonderful herbalist mentors including Susun Weed, Rosemary Gladstar, Katja Swift, and KP Khalsa. She teaches a variety of workshops for the home herbalist, including medicinal plant walks, herbal spas, an Herbs for Health series, and hands-on medicine making. Brighid also offers an online course, called Nourish Yourself. This course teaches how to incorporate common herbs, in simple ways, into daily life. Brighid inspires people to be more self-reliant in their health and healing process. She teaches the home herbalist how to bring herbal medicine into their lives by relating to plants in their bodies, kitchens, gardens, and the wild.

    Q &A topics in this episode include:
    preventing & dealing with COVID19
    ganglion cyst
    nerve pain
    muscle spasms
    endometriosis/ fallopian tube blockage
    drying corn silk
    ankle pain
    coronavirus vaccine/ flu vaccine
    testicular cancer
    hibiscus infusion

  • Friday, September 04, 2020 9:00 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Artist Lauren Cooper

    Susun Weed interviews Lauren Cooper.
    Lauren Cooper is an artist , farmer and community herbalist living in the Appalachian mountains of Southwest Virginia. With her family she has owned and operated Greenstar Farm and Apothecary in Blacksburg, Va since 1991.
    As an herbalist she grows , forages, stocks and markets locally a large apothecary of medicinal plant preparations with the help of apprentices, and runs a small free and barter clinic. Inspiration from her herbal practice informs her work as an artist. Lauren is the author and illustrator of : Greenstar Folk Herbal- Do It Yourself Plant Medicines For The People , published in 2019

    Q & A topics in this episode include:
    intestinal discomfort
    goji berries
    getting rid of fleas
    tincture tea
    herb infused oils
    evening primrose
    healing ancestral trauma

  • Friday, August 21, 2020 9:12 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Rev. Maggy Whitehouse

    Susun interviews Rev. Maggy Whitehouse.
    Rev. Maggy Whitehouse is an independent sacramental minister (or Hedge Priest), a professional stand-up comedian and an expert and prolific author on Bible History and metaphysics. She began stand-up at the age of 56. Maggy has more than 30 years’ experience as a radio and television journalist and documentaries presenter and producer and was host moderator for the BBC’s Religion & Ethics message boards during the second Iraq war. Alan Bookbinder, head of BBC Religion and Ethics 2001-6 described her as ‘terrifying!’ She is the author of 17 published books including six on Judeo-Christian mysticism; China By Rail (Century 1988) and The Miracle Man, the story of what would happen if the Messiah returned today as a judge on America’s Got Talent. (The Miracle Man, O Books 2008). Maggy made it on to Wikipedia after writing a sensible book about Opus Dei at the time of all the palaver over The Da Vinci Code. She has been widowed, divorced and is now happily married to an astrologer which worries the Parish Council considerably. She has worked as a hospice chaplain, ridden on a Bengal tiger and survived a barracuda attack off the Barrier Reef. Both Maggy’s mother and her Bishop think she should get a proper job.

    Q & A topics in this episode include:
    fertility follow-up
    post-menopausal sexual desire
    loss of energy after ovulation
    heart & bone health follow-up
    psychosis after having COVID 19

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