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Kimberly shares about how the current structures do not support the deep longing we have to mother and be mothered in real community, and how concentric circles of mothers supporting mothers in this way creates a pathway of wisdom and support that impacts generations.
The Latest Episodes
EP178: Psychedelics, Female Biohacking, and Frontiers for Future of Modern Medicine with Dr. Molly Maloof
In this episode, Kimberly and Dr. Molly discuss psychedelics, biohacking, and frontiers for the future of modern medicine. Dr. Molly’s background in medicine and innovation
In this episode, Kimberly and Katie discuss Katie’s work as a somatic therapist, intuitive guide, and healer. She explains how she came to her
In this episode, Kimberly interviews Donna Jackson Nakawaza about her latest book “Girls on the Brink: Helping Our Daughters Thrive in an Era of Increased
In this episode, Kimberly and Virginia discuss the astrological significance of this past decade and the decade to come. They discuss how the increase of
In this episode, Kimberly and Heidi discuss all things astrological. Heidi shares how she came to her work in astrology, how she incorporates astrology
In this episode, Kimberly and Ralph discuss commonalities between their work regarding somatics, psychotherapy, and spiritual traditions. Ralph describes his journey of seeking from mainstream
EP 172: Wildness, Embodiment, and the Feminine Needed in Our Time, “The Wild and Sacred Feminine Deck”
In this episode, Kimberly talks with Elizabeth Marglin, Niki Dewart, co-authors of “The Wild and Sacred Feminine Deck,” and Jenny Kostekci-Shaw, artist of the deck.
In this episode, Kimberly and Deborah discuss friendships, desire, and healthy attachments. Deborah explains her experience with having a large capacity for many friendships
In this episode, Kimberly welcomes back her daughter Cece to the podcast. Cece first appeared on the podcast in 2019 when she was in
In this episode, Kimberly and Ali discuss how food intersects with physiology and psychology. Specifically, they discuss how to identify our physical and emotional
EP 168: Honoring Limits and Capacities through Life Cycles, Business, and Yoga Practice with Sara Avant Stover
In this episode, Kimberly and Sara discuss how they met through yoga, how they approach their businesses, and how they navigate moving through
Love. Power. Play. Wildness.
They’re all key elements of our humanity, collectively and individually. But we don’t talk about them. At least not in ways that matter. But leaving these topics largely in the dark does no one any favors. If we want to build the world we want to live in, we have to be willing to engage with our whole selves — beautifully powerful, paradoxical, and above all, wild.
Sex, Birth, & Trauma is your invitation to join this conversation at a deeper level as we ask the big questions about how we can be more human, and more humane in our relationships, and reconnect with our primal wildness.