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Following Your Spirit, Storytelling & Searching for Truth Through Film w/ Charlene Moore 

I'm a big believer in the power of knowing. I personally find myself doing things that may not make sense to others or even myself, only to find with time I begin to understand why. A profound example, is taking on the beautiful challenge of being a single foster parent. I knew why I wanted [...]

Changing The World & Living Your Purpose Through Music w/ Raye Zaragoza

  And we're back! As many of you may know, I am the host of NCI.FM and Sirius XM's Indigenous Music countdown. And with this opportunity I have the privilege to connect with some great artists from across Turtle island, including this week's guest. Meet Indigenous folk singer, Raye Zaragoza. Join Raye and I as [...]

Honouring Mental Space w/ Adeline Bird

  Sometimes a girl just needs to honour her mental space.   As some of you may have noticed, we have not had content for a few weeks. I'm here to explain why. Things have been just so crazy and busy. I'm tired. Between self-care and everything else I do, it's been a struggle to [...]

Intimacy, Sex, Porn & Everything In between with Sexologist Dr. Reece Malone

  Between oppressive cultures and shifting expressions of womanism/feminism, I get why people are trying to figure out how to heal the sexual parts of themselves. As I learn and grow through this podcast, I am so amazed at what I'm discovering about myself and some the ideas I carried for a long time about [...]

From Sexual Trauma to Healing: A Conversation w/ Sex & Relationship Therapist Susan Wenzel

  As we continue the soulful journey of exploring topics of Sex & Relationships, I’ve been observing more and more people are waking up, breakthroughs are happening and commitments to ourselves and learning to genuinely love others is deepening. Particularly, when it comes to topics of sex and relationships. Welcome back repeat guest, sex & [...]

Decolonizing Sex & Relationships, Consent, Trauma and the “Civilized Gaze” w/ Sex Educator Tracie Gilbert

  I'm excited to get into this month's topics! Have you ever wondered what would your love & sex life would look like without the social constructs of things like racism, gender and what I like to call "illusionary" gender roles? Or have you ever simply wondered what healthy sexuality really means, particularly as people [...]

Soulful Conversations on Sex & Relationships

Yes we are dedicating the month of February to topics of Sex and Relationships!!! Why? Because both are essential for the soul! I love learning as much as possible about how to maintain and create healthy relationships both sexually and intimately. As I grow into my divine feminine I am starting to ask myself very [...]

The Art of Self-Care for Change Agents & Helping Professionals w/ Aisha Moore

I think it’s safe to say, if you are human, you have probably felt overworked at some point in your life. The feeling of never having enough time, or just feeling stretched out to the max. When you’ve got big goals and aspirations, it can become a juggling act between career, family, and all the [...]

An Urban First Nations Inner City Perspective: A Conversation on Activism & Mental Health w/ Michael Champagne

  As we continue our journey into topics of mental health. I first want to take the time to acknowledge those who either experience or are going through any type of mental health challenges. Please know, that you are cared for, and that they're are people working really hard to help or make the necessary [...]

Exploring Mental Health & Services for Communities of Colour w/ Uzo Chioma & Gabriela Avendano-Gonzales

For many years I worked in the field of Mental Health. With an academic background in Social Work and a passion for this topic, I have come to an understanding that we cannot have real conversations about mental illnesses if we don't have real conversations about how mental health institutions carry out services, particularly when it [...]