This week, I have a sexy episode for you. Joining me is the founder of Back to the Body, Pamela Madsen. Pamela is also the author of the book, Shameless: How I Ditched The Diet, Got Naked, Found True Pleasure and Somehow Got Home In time to Cook Dinner. In this episode, we talk intimately about what happens at her sensual retreats and events. Plus, we talk about arousal, A LOT. It gets a little hot and heavy, so beware! We jammed on:
  • What is ‘Back to the Body'
  • How different her approach is compared to OM (orgasmic meditation)
  • How a woman claims her arousal
  • A peek into one of her sessions (OMG)
  • Why arousal is so vital
About Pamela Madsen: Pamela Madsen knew when she shared her story in "Shameless: How I Ditched The Diet, Got Naked, Found True Pleasure and Somehow Got Home in Time to Cook Dinner" (Rodale 2011) that she was onto a revolutionary idea to transform women. What she'd learned through her own decade of exploration into her own pleasure was that when we learn through pleasure, big things can change in our lives - how we feel about our bodies, our relationship with food, addiction, our interpersonal relationships, and our careers. When we take ourselves out of the confining boxes in our lives that no longer serve us, we open ourselves up to a freedom of limitless potential and happiness. Pamela created Back to the Body Sensual Retreats in order to inspire women to take their own journeys of self-discovery through pleasure - and, in the process, change their lives. In nearly 30 retreats since 2012, women all over the world have discovered the transformative power of Back to the Body Sensual Retreats. Isn't it time you do, too? You can find Pamela here: Pamela’s website Pamela on Instagram Pamela on Facebook As mentioned in this episode: Pamela’s book, Shameless: How I Ditched the Diet, Got Naked, Found True Pleasure.and Somehow Got Home in Time To Cook Dinner
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Urinary tract infections (UTI's) are so common. Today's short talk is how to prevent them and what to do if you keep getting them. Here is the women's probiotic useful for UTI and yeast infections: Pro-Flora Womens Probiotic by Integrative Therapeutics. Lactobacillus rhamnosus and Lactobacillus reuteri.
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The Sacred Medicine podcast is going on vacation! In mid-June, I'm taking some time for hiking in Utah and then attending a convention. I'll also be going to a workshop in Italy. I'll be returning in July and back with new episodes and interviews. Until then, how about working on your vision board? In this episode, I share some ideas to spark some vision board inspiration for you. Speak to you all in a few weeks! Resources: I'll be sharing some of my travels on my Instagram account - follow along here.
Spiritual babe, Emma Mildon, is back on the show. This time we talk all about her new book, Evolution of Goddess, A Modern Girl’s Guide to Activating Your Feminine Superpowers. Emma Mildon is known as the Spiritual Personal Assistant aka PA for your soul, is an International Columnist, #1 Best Selling Author, and spiritual philanthropist. And, I have to tell you, her new book is a gem! With it, you can take a quiz to find out your goddess archetype. Once you know your archetype, you can then infuse it with certain rituals, meditations, and exercises to give you that feminine superpower you desire! About Emma Mildon: Emma Mildon, also known as the Spiritual Personal Assistant aka PA for your soul, is an International Columnist, #1 Best Selling Author, and spiritual philanthropist. Emma writes for The Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen,Wanderlust, Yoganonymous and is the author of the Best Selling book, The Soul Searchers Handbook, available on sale now, and was named by MindBodyGreen in their Top 10 Wellness Reads for 2016, and her courses in crystals, dreams, and tarot have become one of the most popular downloads on MindBodyGreen. Emma is currently working on her second book set for release in August 2017 with US publishing giant Simon & Schuster. She is also the Editor of Wabi Sabi Magazine, a conscious content mag which celebrates all things yoga, wellness, organic beauty, and local business. …busy girl ha! Emma writes and stands for all things living well. Including Being well, fitness – yoga, meditation, exercise. Eating well – nutrition, balance (yes she eats chocolate and drinks wine). And, feeling well – natural and eco beauty, massage, travel, and self-development. As a world traveler, she has sought out medicine men, healers, physicists, authors, and artists to explore spirituality, channeling, and healing, and has also practiced meditation, yoga, and life coaching. Through it all, Emma has connected with like-minded soul searchers across the globe and aims to provide fun spiritual wisdom to her generation. You can find Emma here: EmmaMildon.com Twitter #SpiritualPA Facebook Instagram Google+ 018: Soul Searching with Emma Mildon Evolution of Goddess: A Modern Girl's Guide to Activating Your Feminine Superpowers
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Dr. Carrie Jones is back! This time she giving us the downlow on hair loss. She is a functional medicine hormone doctor, Medical Director at Precision Analytical, Inc. and actively promotes women’s health and hormone education. In today’s episode, we talked about the sensitive issue of hair loss. This seems to be common among women in their 30-40's and beyond. This episode will give you some insight into the issues surrounding hair loss in women and offer some suggestions on what you might be able to do to overcome it. We jammed on:
  • Reasons behind hair loss
  • One thing you can change nutritionally to stop hair thinning
  • Important labs your doctor needs to do
  • Side effects from common OTC treatments
  • Learn the different vitamins and supplements your body needs to reverse hair loss
  • What to do with elevated testosterone levels
About Carrie Jones, ND, MPH Dr. Carrie Jones graduated from the National University of Natural Medicine, School of Naturopathic Medicine located in Portland, Oregon where she was adjunct faculty for many years teaching gynecology and advanced endocrinology. She completed a 2-year residency in advanced women’s health, gynecology, and hormones and later went on to complete her Master of Public Health at Grand Canyon University in Arizona. She has been the Medical Director for 2 large integrative clinics in Portland, Oregon and is currently the Medical Director at Precision Analytical, Inc. She often writes for women’s health websites and takes part in podcasts and interviews that promote hormone education to both the public and practitioners. She frequently lectures both nationally and internationally on the topics of adrenal and hormone health. Resources: Dutchtest.com Dr. Carrie Jones on IG Dr. Jones on The Sacred Medicine Podcast: How To Have A Happy Vagina BulletProof Dr. Axe Collagen Proteins Great Lakes Collagen
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Dr. Stefani Reinold joins me on this week’s episode of The Sacred Medicine Podcast. Stefani is a Christian, Doctor, Board Certified Psychiatrist, Army wife, and mother of two. If that’s not enough, she is also an author and the host of the podcast Not The Typical Mom Show. In this episode, we speak on a topic that affects a growing number of women, postpartum depression. Whether you are a first time or 3rd time mom, postpartum depression can still affect you. This episode will give you the tools to managing this, at times, debilitating mental health issue. We jammed on:
  • Some common symptoms of postpartum depression
  • The risks of depression on the baby
  • One of the easiest ways to handle mild depression
  • Various medications that may be needed
  • How your thyroid could be affecting postpartum depression
  • Which supplements can be useful
About Stefani Reinold: Stefani Reinold is a board certified psychiatrist, maternal mental health expert, and Founder of Not the Typical Mom -- a blog and podcast about the not so typical, but all too common issues of motherhood. She helps high achieving moms escape the stereotypes, find their hearts, and embrace who they really are so that they can kill it in life, love and business. Resources: Notthetypicalmom.com Stefanireinoldmd.com Postpartum.net Let Your Heart Out: How to escape your thoughts and reconnect with the most important part of yourself. The Still Face Experiment on YouTube
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Liyana Silver, my new soul sister, brings so much wisdom to this interview. She is the author of, FEMININE GENIUS: The Provocative Path to Waking Up and Turning On the Wisdom of Being a Woman. She is also a coach, teacher, and torch-holder who helps women find the full expression of their feminine strength in work, love, and life. In this episode, Liyana and I had so much to share about bringing the feminine back into our daily lives. We jammed on:
  • What exactly is the feminine genius and why it's so vital
  • How to harness and develop our intuition
  • How to turn on our feminine genius
  • How to connect with our sensual nature
  • What to do when you feel depleted and dull
About Liyana Silver: Liyana Silver is a coach, teacher, and torch-holder who helps women find the full expression of their feminine strength in work, love, and life. Her offerings include her new book FEMININE GENIUS: The Provocative Path to Waking Up and Turning On the Wisdom of Being a Woman, her mentorship program Woman: The Embodiment Experience, and her online course Feminine Genius At Work. Her work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Forbes, Jezebel, Thrive Global, Bustle, Emerging Women, and Yoga Journal. She also dances, paints, and makes a home with her husband and son. Resources: Liyanasilver.com/newbook LiyanaSilver.com Feminine Genius on Facebook
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In this week's episode of Wisdom for the Weekend, I have a mini assignment for you! I talk about one of my own daily rituals and a beautiful way to start you day.
Subscribe to the podcast on: iTunes / Stitcher / Google Play Wisdom for the Weekend episodes are small doses of inspiration you can take with you as you go into your weekend. Think of these episodes as sacred medicine for your soul.  And with that, have a soulful weekend!
This week’s episode of the Sacred Medicine Podcast, I share my Lupus journey. Plus, I launch my 7 Day Lupus Challenge following the airing on this podcast! 11 years ago I was diagnosed with Lupus Nephritis. And, in honor of Lupus month, I wanted to share my story with you. In this episode I talk all about my diagnosis, my hospital disasters, an emergency medi-flight, and how I am living life, today. This is the first time I publicly share these events, as well. Join me for a 7 Day Lupus Challenge and a peek into what I do and recommend for Lupus sufferers. Resources: margaretromero.com/challenge Femme Med NYC
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Isiah McKimmie is a highly trained sexologist, couples therapist, sex therapist and Tantra expert. She is my guest this week and she gives us the lowdown on cultivating sex with soul. This is a topic I absolutely swoon over. And it's not a woo-woo topic but rather a beautiful way of connecting to your beloved. We also discussed what to do if you find yourself in a sexless relationship and living apart together; a growing trend. We jammed on:
  • What is sex with soul
  • How to cultivate and experience sex with soul
  • Bedroom practices to help bring a little soul into your intimate moments
  • What to do if you are in a sexless relationship
  • What is living apart together and why couples really love it
About Isiah McKimmie: One of Australia’s leading Relationship and Sex Experts, Isiah is a passionate Couples Therapist, Sex Therapist, Sexologist and Tantra expert. A country girl at heart, Isiah takes on the delicate topics of sex and relationships with sass, warmth and a girl-next-door charm. Equally comfortable talking about relationships, intimacy and sex, she brings a fresh face and professional perspective to the arena. Recently featured in Harper’s Bazaar, Isiah is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post and is the go-to expert for numerous print and digital publications. Resources: Isiah-mckimmie.com Isiah on Instagram Isiah on Facebook

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