Well, my dream of hosting a podcast has finally been realized! And, may I say that it would not have been so timely (nor, perhaps, even POSSIBLE!) without the support of Kristen McKee of Insideout Savvy.
Kristen has a knack for gentle, open, receptive, honest, creative, constructive facilitating! No kidding! She can do all of that and more! Besides working with her on this project, I have seen her work with groups to create things that never existed before while including everyone’s input and weaving together each person’s needs and as many desires as possible. She honors the creative impulse while offering structure and honest feedback. What. A. Treat. So rare!
Thanks to Kristen McKee of Insideout Savvy and the Insideout Savvy Partner Project for meeting me where I was in my endeavor to share more astrology with the world and for helping me to make it happen.
I am now able and oh-so-pleased to announce the release of my first podcast episode (with many more to follow!) on:
The very first episode: Bari Tessler Art of Money!
Bari Tessler, Financial Therapist, Mamapreneur, and author of her new book:
The Art of Money: A Life-Changing Guide to Financial Happiness.
We discuss how Bari's chart aligns with her work and the unexpected, auspicious timing of her book release.
Listen from my Podcast page, from iTunes, or on SoundCloud!
Be sure to subscribe to get the benefit of hearing all of my upcoming shows! They are really exciting! See for yourself:
Project Valens with Andrea L. Gerhz and Brandi Brooks
AstroChat with Jessica and Melanie
AstroKinesiology with Casey Cardoso
The Story of Chiron with Daniel Reed Miller
Other upcoming guests: Jaysen Paulson, Emily Trinkaus, Jenn Zahrt, and more! So exciting!
The Beautiful Astrology Podcast! on iTunes on SoundCloud
Also of note: Insideout Savvy has just released a new, unconditonal Nursery Rhymes book! by Kristen McKee.
I love this book so much! Know any wee ones who would love some sweetly re-rendered nursery rhymes, with equally sweet and interesting illustrations? So many juicy little details! There are even exploration questions for each rhyme, gathered up in the back of the book ("How can you tell if something is 'wrong' or just 'different'? What do girls and boys, and babies and old people all have in common?"). Love!!! You don't have to be unschooled or unschooling to appreciate its unconditional approach!
Good for all ages.