Wise Woman Radio

  • Friday, December 07, 2018 10:17 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    'Fragments of Her Story' Melissa Doordaughter

    Susun interviews Melissa Dawson.
    Melissa Doordaughter Was born in London, England in 1981. She studied anthropology and world religions in the smallest university in Europe. She has performed her poetry at Glastonbury musical festival, at Green Heart Ecological centre in Ibiza and at the Amsterdam International Festival of Poetry.
    Her life has been significantly marked by her experiences as a victim of sexual abuse. She has spent a great part of her young adulthood seeking healing. This journey took her to organic farms around Europe, and back in 2003 she realised her own personal healing was deeply intertwined with the health of our children and the planet itself.
    Her latest book- “Fragments of Her Story” is exactly that, a fragment of a bigger picture, a picture of her journey out of the hell realms and towards a life of joy and gratitude.
    Melissa currently lives and works in Italy, where she works as a proof reader, teacher and translator.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • making pine needle vinegar..
    • try experimenting making herbal remedies, small amounts and see what happens..
    • trauma- changing our minds using sound, color and writing your story..
    • don't should on yourself..
    • do you need a tooth implant with a bone graft?
    • low iron levels and wanting off birth control..
    • tremendous amount of stress...

  • Friday, November 16, 2018 11:15 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    When Witches Fight Zsuzsanna Budapest

    Susun interviews Zsuzsanna Budapest.

    Z has led rituals, lectured, taught classes, given workshops, written articles tirelessly, and published in hundreds of women's newspapers across the country. She has powerfully influenced many of the future teachers and writers about the Goddess.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • alleviating pain and inflammation from arthritis- remove pepper from your diet, add daily nourishing herbal infusions..
    • horehound- how to harvest and use or not..
    • asking for help, creating debt and real relationship..
    • cannabis use..

  • Friday, November 09, 2018 4:37 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Chakrubs Vanessa Cuccia

    Susun interviews Vanessa Cuccia.
    Vanessa Cuccia is regarded as a pioneer in the sex toy industry for introducing her methods of using crystals for sexual healing and empowerment on a global scale. She is the founder and creator of Chakrubs. She continues to receive testimonials from people around the world who use her Chakrub products and methods. These overwhelmingly positive testimonials have inspired her to write her latest book, Crystal Healing & Sacred Pleasure. Since conceptualizing her initial designs for crystal pleasure tools in 2011, and establishing her brand in 2012, Cuccia has been an influencer in the social movement of sex positivity, self-love, and personal awareness by bridging the gap between sensuality and spirituality. As creator of products that symbolize the essence of these movements, she spearheaded the ethos of the brand which is inspiring many to nurture their own emotional intelligence, self-awareness, and spiritual connection.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • hypoglycemia- nourishing herbal infusions, creating a new ritual around eating..
    • prioritize yourself to be able to give without resentment..
    • migrane relief- progesterone coated iud?
    • preoperative care is more effective than post operative care..
    • hemorrhoids that will not go away- witch hazel or oak bark sitz bath..

  • Friday, November 02, 2018 3:33 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Herstory Artist Rebecca Goyette

    Susun interviews Rebecca Goyette.
    Rebecca Goyette creates persona-based works that poke holes in Puritanical sexual mores. Working in a wide variety of media, her extensive artillery features figurative drawing, video, performance, and handmade sculptural elements made from fabric, clay and found materials used in a ritual fashion. Many know her as Lobsta Girl, and Goyette has filmed her interspecies os detailing the sex lives of lobsters internationally. Originally, Goyette adopted the sexually aggressive female lobster as a primary character she performed live to promote female agency. Another alter ego to Goyette is the ghost of her direct ancestor, Rebecca Nurse hanged as a Salem witch, who is re-imagined cycling through repetitive power dynamics in fits and foibles in the "New World."

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • teasel root specific for lymes disease..
    • dream work, working with guides in the spirit world..
    • reweaving thinking patterns..
    • rheumatoid arthritis or lymes disease?
    • smoking herbs- bringing medicine down into the lungs..

  • Friday, October 26, 2018 11:49 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    'Biophilic Garden' author Isla Burgess

    Susun interviews Isla Burgess.
    Isla has been through many ways of looking at the world and the plant world in particular. Erring on the view of plants as intelligent life forms capable of self expression and an MSc in Holistic Science in 2008 and 2009, set her on a ‘the journey of a lifetime’. Every day that Isla lives on this land in the wilds of Central Otago, New Zealand, Isla lives as a participant in this extraordinary place.
    Following on from the very practical book Weeds Heal A Working Herbal, written in 1998, Isla wrote a second book that includes many of the experiences of living on this land among these extraordinary beings. That book is The Biophilic Garden Connecting People, Plants and Inscape was published last November.

  • Friday, October 19, 2018 2:23 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    'Status of the Feminine' Riane Eisler

    Susun interviews Riane Eisler.
    Riane Eisler. JD, PhD (hon), is a systems scientist and cultural historian whose research has inspired both scholars and social activists. Her work shows that raising the status of women is key to constructing a more equitable and less violent world based on partnership rather than domination, and she pioneered the expansion of human rights theory and action to include the rights of women and children. She is co-founder and president of the Center for Partnership Studies (CPS), dedicated to research and education, and Editor in Chief of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies, an online peer-reviewed journal at the University of Minnesota that was inspired by her work.
    Dr. Eisler is internationally known for her bestseller "The Chalice and The Blade: Our History, Our Future, now in 27 foreign editions. Her book "The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating a Caring Economics, was hailed by Archbishop Desmond Tutu as “a template for the better world we have been so urgently seeking,” by Gloria Steinem as “revolutionary,” and by Jane Goodall as “a call to action.” Her most recent book, "Transforming Inter professional Partnerships won national and international awards.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • gallstone and kidney stones- liver and kidney herbal and nutritional allies..
    • breaking the cell walls of plants-
    • maidenwort, motherwort and croneswort..
    • turkey tail, birch polypores and other medicinal mushrooms- preparations- what's in the mycelium is also in the fruiting body!?
    • nourishing herbal infusions are medicinal, medicinal foods..
    • acceptance or seeing something as a problem?
    • jimson weed - datura - be cautious!

  • Friday, October 12, 2018 12:20 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    'Bounce' Resilient Children Dr Kate Lund

    Susun interviews Dr. Kate Lund.
    Dr. Kate Lund is a licensed clinical psychologist and performance coach with more than fifteen years of experience. She has specialized training in medical psychology from Shriners Hospital for Children in Boston, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, all of which are affiliated with Harvard Medical School, and she is an adjunct instructor in Psychology at Bastyr University in Seattle.
    As a mother and a psychologist, Kate Lund is deeply concerned about the prevalence of social media, bullying, and anxiety in America when it comes to our kids. In BOUNCE she shares tips and tools on how to help children deal with anxiety which puts a spotlight on resilience and how it helps students thrive. Resilience is so important because it is what helps children bounce back from challenge and move forward despite the challenge.
    There is some personal experience where this concept of resileince was drawn from. When she was a child, Kate was diagnosed with hydrocephalus which involved multiple surgeries where her head would have to be shaved. Her differences in appearance made her a target for the other children. With the guidance of her parents and her own resilience, she overcame and succeeded.

  • Friday, October 05, 2018 2:28 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Vocal BioAcoustic Biology Sharry Edwards

    Susun interviews Sharry Edwards.
    Sharry Edwards has been accused of being too scientific by some, too esoteric by others. She is a bridge between both fields of inquiry. Sharry is the acknowledged pioneer in the emerging field of Vocal Profiling using BioAcoustic Biology. She has for many years provided the leading-edge research to show the voice as a holographic representation of the body that can be used to change the face of medicine.
    Vocal Profiling can let us know the intentions of our leaders; the motivations of our partners; the foundation of our sense of well-being. Would those abilities be of value in the struggle to attain dominion over our intrinsic right to personal freedoms?

  • Friday, September 28, 2018 9:57 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Nourish to Flourish Marcie Goldman

    Susun interviews Marcie Goldman.
    Marcie Goldman is a Feminist Health Coach. This means she doesn't prescribe diets. She helps people recover from restrictive diets, "food sensitivities" and digestive-distress using food and herbs. She teaches, "nourishing is flourishing." She believes in food SKILLS, not obedience. Her work combines the Wise Woman Tradition, "nutrition recovery," and herbal medicine. A stellar combination she's honed, working one-on-one and leading group programs, for over 20 years. Marcie graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition as a Board Certified Health Coach in 1999 after completing Susun Weed's Shamanic Herbal Apprenticeship in 1998. Before that, she received her Bachelor's in Women's Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Most recently, Marcie is a certified Addiction Recovery Nutrition Coach and Mental Health Recovery Nutrition Coach through the Alliance for Addiction Solutions. She currently offers feminist health coaching with individuals and her next group program, "Nourish to Flourish," begins October 22nd.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • safe and simple herbs - you can't do it wrong, you can only do it better..
    • yummy and effective remedies to make with anise hyssop..
    • working with the immune system...
    • anxiety- do what you need to do to make an interesting life..
    • what to we do to stop ourselves because we think other people will think we're weird..
    • what can we do when disaster strikes..

  • Friday, September 21, 2018 2:20 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    'Strange Beauty' Eliza Factor

    Susun interviews Eliza Factor.
    Eliza is author of the acclaimed novels The Mercury Fountain and Love Maps. Eliza and her husband have three children, the eldest of whom is multiply disabled. She is founder and President of the Board of Extreme Kids & Crew, a non profit community center that connects families with children with disabilities through the arts, music and play in Brooklyn. Factor was named New Yorker of the Week by NY1 in 2012 for creating the city's first drop in sensory playspace for children with disabilities. Eliza Factor lives in Brooklyn, NY with her family.
    Additional infomration available at https://www.elizafactor.net/strange-beauty/

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • give your spent plants back to the earth...
    • persistent organic pollutant- where do your organic dollars count?
    • strep throat- echinacea, sage honey, propolis- why not to use antibiotics unless you are in a life threatening situation..
    • herbal antibiotics- Stephen Harod Buhner's books..
    • using herbs to nourish ourselves..
    • immune system, flu shots and being exposed to virus's..
    • low level inflammation..

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