Wise Woman Radio

  • Friday, May 22, 2020 3:04 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)

    Susun interviews Galexis.
    Galexis is a group of multi-dimensional non-physical beings who speak as One through the trance channel Ginger Chalford Metraux. Ph.D. They first came through Ginger in 1988 and went public in 1994, activating their Mission through private sessions and public seminars. Since then, they illuminated and supported people in their personal evolution so that they could take advantage of the Great Consciousness Shift that was kicked off in 2012 and that came to a pivotal evolutionary point in 2018. Their Mission has been to use the new consciousness energies coming in from the Light Future to teach people how to craft and manifest their own personal New Life in their own New World on a template of Love and Empowerment, Freedom, and Trust of/Reliance upon their Spiritual Team. But there's more. There is a greater Mission for us all that Galexis is helping us with, and that includes dreaming this New World for everyone, thus participating in the world's evolution as well. The goal is the Aquarian Age principle of the individual remaining distinct and luminous sharing radiance into the Collective and belonging in the Oneness of all beings.
    About the channel, Ginger Metraux Ph.D. Ginger has been an astrologer, life coach, writer, and nutritionist before becoming a trance channel. Currently, channeling Galexis has enabled her to be "trained" by the group in medical intuition. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Daniel-the-Healer.

    Q & A topics in this episode include:

    treating a cat with a severe bite wound by using visualization, manuka honey, yarrow and comfrey

    breast pain in a nursing mother
    marshmallow root
    hawthorn & motherwort follow-up with a caller

  • Friday, May 15, 2020 3:10 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Rev. Anne Zapf of Peyote Way Church

    Susun interviews Rev. Anne Zapf.
    Rev. Anne Zapf is one of the founders of the multicultural Peyote Way Church of God in Southeast Arizona located in the Aravaipa Valley. Rev. Zapf has spent the last 40 years advocating and promoting religious tolerance as well as encouraging members to make ecologically enlightened lifestyle choices. She teaches and advises various organizations and individuals in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Born and raised in Philadelphia to a prominent musical family, she is also an accomplished singer. She attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO, and received her BS degree is Zoology. She and her husband Matthew Kent have three grown children. They trained with Master Potter Immanuel "Mana" Trujillo who created the nationally acclaimed Mana Pottery, which is on display at the Smithsonian Museum Institute of Native American Art.

  • Friday, May 08, 2020 4:03 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Kosmic Minds Chad Woodward

    Susun interviews Chad Woodward.
    Chad Woodward is an astrologer, writer, bodyworker, and student of anthropology and psychology. Chad has been studying astrology for 15 years, and his work draws upon several paradigms, such as psychological, archetypal, evolutionary, and Hellenistic astrology. Chad is a graduate of astrologer Steven Forrest's Apprenticeship program, where he studied with Steven for two years at the peak of his Saturn return. Chad has been writing astrological articles since 2009. His articles have been featured on Mystic Mamma, Answers.com, and Planet Waves. Aside from astrology, Chad has a deep interest in holistic health, herbalism, fitness, and various scientific and occult subjects. Chad currently resides in Southern California and while he maintains a busy schedule, he can always make time to help others through the archetypal language of the sky.

  • Friday, May 01, 2020 11:24 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Wild N Rooted with Emilee Amara

    Susun interviews Emilee Amara.
    Emilee is committed to bringing more beauty, balance, and vitality into your life with the Wise Woman Tradition. She focuses on wholeness and nurturing to bring forth well being. She is anholistic esthetician, herbalist, and educator for Eminence Organic Skincare. She is also curating a spa in the middle of the forest this Summer for an all womens gathering called The Origins Gathering. As a former apprentice of Susuns, she is proud to identify as a green Witch and was initiated at The Wise Woman Center in New York in 2016. Since her time with Susun, she has gone on to introduce hundreds of people to nourishing herbal infusions and has even led apprenticeship programs herself. She continues to walk the plant path and practice her witchy ways out of her boutique apothecary, Wild N Rooted. She resides with her wild child rescue in Los Angeles, Ca.
    For more info visit here: www.wildnrooted.com

  • Friday, April 24, 2020 11:37 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Birth into Being with Nicole Moore

    Susun interviews Nicole Moore of Birth into Being.
    Nicole is a homebirth Mama of two. She lives in the forest, by the sea, in an off grid mud brick house she built alongside her partner. Nicole is all about conscious evolution. She knows that when we collectively recognise how vulnerable a baby is (through exploring our own vulnerabilities from this period and looking at the lifelong impact of the limbic imprint), the more care we will take in our birth practices and so be able to bring Beings in, in a way that makes our species flourish, our connection to the Earth and each other, thrive, and that is aligned with an evolutionary perspective. Nicole is committed to spreading the message that we have the ability to positively influence our offsprings capacity to love, cherish, protect and surrender to each other. To live an interconnected, harmonious life, at one with each other and the Earth.

  • Friday, April 17, 2020 12:00 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Raising the Bottom Lisa Boucher

    Susun interviews Lisa Boucher.
    After short stints where Lisa trained polo horses, worked as a flight attendant, hairdresser, and bartender, she revamped her life and settled in as a registered nurse. For the past twenty-eight years has worked with hundreds of women to overcome alcoholism, live better lives and become better parents. Raising the Bottom is her fifth book. She was prompted to write Raising the Bottom when she realized after twenty plus years of working in hospitals, that doctors and traditional health care offer few solutions to women with addiction issues. She is the mother of twin sons, and lives in Ohio with her husband.
    Find out more about Lisa by visiting her website: Raisingthebottom.com

  • Friday, April 10, 2020 1:59 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Barbara WhiteHorse Volk

    Susun interviews Barbara WhiteHorse Volk.
    Barbara wears many hats. She is an artist, equine podiatrist, forest & weed farmer, herbalist, and teacher of many things. She is passionate about food, medicine, living a simply, and helping others learn to do the same. She has been using herbal medicine and food as medicine for more than 40 years.
    Barbara lives on 150 acres in central WV where she creates her life and works in the Spirit of Reciprocity. Barbara invites anyone who wants to learn to come and visit. Spotted Horse Farm is a member of the United Plant Savers Botanical Sanctuary network. Work exchange is always welcome.

  • Friday, April 03, 2020 1:15 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Grief Garlic Gratitude with Kris Francoeur

    Susun interviews Kris Francoeur.
    Kris Francoeur, writer and educator, is a grieving mother who has found joy and light again through the practices of conscious and deliberate gratitude, unconditional acceptance and connection with nature. With Master's degrees in both Counseling Psychology and Educational Leadership, Kris writes with authority about grief and moving forward in our very busy and stressful world. A published author of fiction, Kris has published three romance novels (More Than I Can Say, That One Small Omission and The Phone Call) with Solstice Publishing using her pen name Anna Belle Rose. Kris lives in beautiful Addison County, Vermont with her husband and youngest son, a small herd of alpacas, a flock of chickens and several hives of bees. Kris loves to spend time with her family (including older son, daughter and grandchildren), spending time in the garden and spinning the alpaca fiber for yarn for knitting.

  • Friday, March 27, 2020 3:54 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Sacred Circles Starfeather Marcy

    Susun interviews Starfeather Marcy.
    Starfeather has lived and taught the Sacred Path through visionary art, women’s circles, drumming, and energy healing for over thirty years. Her goal is to bring self-empowerment and awareness to women through art, craft, healing, and the re-establishment of sisterhood among all women. Earth based spirituality, with an undeniable pull to Native American indigenous teachings, emerged as the way to practice and incorporate sacredness into her life on all levels. Blessed with many teachers, trainings, and magical experiences along the way; she established herself as a Medicine Woman- a teacher and mentor for others. She ran a retail business, “Starfeather’s Sacred Art & Provisions for the Journey," in Edmonds WA for sixteen years. During that time she also facilitated weekly women’s circles, which became the foundation of her spiritual work. Including co-created prayer, mediation, talking stick sharing, drumming, and encouraging creativity. Starfeather continues to lead women’s gatherings and spiritual retreats;where women create their own Medicine Shields and enjoy sacred craft day retreats. The call of the drum has also been a blessing and interregnal part of her joy and her work. Drumming in Sacred Circle, women connect on a heart level. The experience is very fulfilling and nurturing. Asa dedicated craftswoman, Starfeather also teaches people how to make their own hand-drum in ceremony.
    For more information about Starfeather, visit her website: www.starfeather.net

  • Friday, March 20, 2020 4:29 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Local Global Hawthorn with EagleSong

    Susun interviews EagleSong.
    EagleSong Gardener is a gardener/herbalist, grandmother/earth-keeper and pilgrim-adventurer from the Pacific Northwest corner of North America. She is woman with a passion for culture that grows from the intersection of people, plants and the earth. EagleSong is founder of RavenCroft Garden in Monroe, WA. A garden for the exploration of the wise woman tradition. A daily practice of natural health, simple living and herbal medicine anchors her herbal apprenticeships for those interested in the rigorous journey of being human. With a gritty soul and joyous spirit, EagleSong inspires others to cultivate heart and soul with the medicines of earth and soil. Joie de vivre! For more information about her teaching at RavenCroft Garden, visit here: eaglesong-gardener.com
    She is also the Director of the Pacific Women's Herbal Conference. A gathering for women interested in the wise woman tradition, herbal medicine and exploring the edge of possibility! The Pacific Women's Herbal Conference is September 24-27, 2020 on Vashon Island, WA. Susun will be teaching a pre-conference intensive and joining for the weekend. www.pacificwomensherbalconference.com

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