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Living Open is a podcast for mystics and seekers hosted by Philly-based witch, tarot reader, Reiki Master, and breathwork facilitator Eryn Johnson. Explore witchcraft, Reiki, healing, spirituality, ritual, magick, tarot, meditation, dismantling the patriarchy & white supremacy, intuition and more all to help you come back to your heart and who you really are.
 
If you enjoy creepy stories, road trips, haunted locations, history and mysteries… this is the podcast for you!!! Join psychic sisters Jennifer James and Jill Stanley on their adventures to uncover extraordinary stories in ordinary places. Learn about their process to “tune in” to psychic information and be inspired to practice your own psychic abilities in your everyday life. Where will YOUR extraordinary abilities lead YOU?
 
Turning to the Mystics is a podcast for people searching for something more meaningful, intimate and richly present in the divine gift of their lives. James Finley, clinical psychologist and Living School faculty, offers a modern take on the historical contemplative practices of Christian mystics like Teresa of Avila, Thomas Merton, John of the Cross among others. Leaning into their experiences can become a gateway to hope, healing and oneness. Together with Kirsten Oates from the Center for ...
 
The Modern Mystics Podcast is dedicated to inspiring and supporting those committed to evolving in consciousness. Join host Tracy James, spiritual life coach, shamanic practitioner, and travel enthusiast as she shares insights and explores the realms of mind, body and Spirit in a variety of episode formats. From interviews with spiritual thought leaders and those integrating the sacred in business and the arts, to group coaching calls for cultivating intuitive abilities and spiritual practic ...
 
Where rebelle meets mystic, punk meets priestess, loner meets extrovert, soulful meets down-to-earth, and F-bomb meets Om, and where this whole seemingly disparate brood is welcome to exist at the same time. Join Pamella Heikel and Kate Case as they dive into discussions that only long-time soul sisters and colleagues can have. They riff about being both skeptics and questioning patriarchal norms AND mystics who believe in a direct experience with something More. Join us as we bridge the gap ...
 
Calling all yogis, mystics, and spiritual practitioners! Welcome to your destination for the wisdom and tools you need to step into your role as a spiritual leader in today's modern times. We are being called to support others with our work, and make more impact with our gifts. Come learn exactly how to do this with the diverse tools of the Modern Mystic including: yoga, astrology, tarot, psychology, alchemy, spirituality, divination, and ritual. No crystal will be left un-turned, and no inc ...
 
Welcome to Ancient Tools for Modern Living. Tzipporah Gerson-Miller, certified yoga therapist and licensed psychotherapist explores the integration of ancient wisdom teachings and practices rooted in yoga, meditation, spirituality, and other contemplative based traditions in order to restore a sense of wholeness, vitality, and deeper connection to our humanity while meeting the mental health and physical health challenges we all face in modern daily living. Interviews with experts in fields ...
 
Join Two Modern Mystics Dawn Fleming and Linda Roebuck on a quest for Healing, Empowerment and Transformation. Let these two ladies take you deeper into a world of expanding consciousness, finding your gifts, and celebrating your truth. Dawn Fleming is a medical intuitive, energy alchemist/healer, teacher, life coach, and ordained minister. She has been working in the field of holistic healing since 1989. Dawn enjoys helping others to release blocks and to live their Truth. Dawn has been on ...
 
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On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill relate the intriguing story of the Amidon Affair. In 1862 Dakota warriors murdered Judge Joseph Amidon and his son near the settlement of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. What prompted the natives to react with such violence against these peaceful farmers? What happened as a result of this murderous aff…
 
Welcome to Libra season! In this episode, your host Eryn does a collective Libra season tarot reading for us to feel into how this energy wants to move through us. We talk pleasure, truth, reciprocal relationship + more. Plus, she talks about being a self-employed witch! Blog for this episode: www.living-open.com/blog/libra-season-medicine-2021 Che…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill discuss an iconic outlaw of the American West. Jesse James was a legend in his own time. Teaming up with his brother Frank, they robbed banks, trains and stagecoaches throughout the Midwest. They also murdered men who got in their way. Yet, the exploits of the James brothers fascinated the public …
 
Phuong-Thao (she/her) is a Somatic Practitioner, ReBloom Coach and Trauma Educator supporting QTBIWOC & 1st and 2nd generation immigrants in navigating life transitions and moving from a place of survival to thriving & living life on their own terms from a place of deep self trust and connection to their bodies, voices, and aliveness so they can li…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill discuss a family of renowned doctors from the early 20th century. The Menninger family became giants in the psychiatric community. At a time when the mentally ill had few treatment options, they created an outpatient clinic in Topeka that focused on mental health. But the family standout was Dr. K…
 
The Living Open podcast is back with a solo episode! In this episode, your host Eryn shares about her healing journey this year & talks about reclamation rituals, healing around compulsory heterosexuality, coming out, shifting identity & more. Apply for HOLY, a 7-week reclamation circle & support group for ex-religious folks who want to create ex-r…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jen and Jill get personal. Have you ever had a HOLY SHIT moment? A moment when you realized that spirit was at play in your life? Maybe it was a moment of divine intervention on your behalf. Or maybe an otherworldly push to help someone else in need. Jen and Jill talk about their own such moments in this special bo…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill confront a gruesome crime spree from the pioneering days. Roaming the western trails in the 1800’s was dangerous business. This was especially true for travelers on the Great Osage Trail in Labette County, Kansas. It was here that a cluster of disappearances led authorities to the homestead of the…
 
Silicone Boone: Official Website Instagram Sign up for our September book club featuring Art & Faith by Makoto Fujimura. Follow Makers & Mystics on Instagram! Visit our website for over 200 artist conversations and episodes. Guest-host John Mark McMillanJohn Mark McMillan による
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill relate the incredible exploits of the legendary American frontiersman James Beckwourth. He was a pioneer, mountain man, guide, and scout. He forged a path through the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Lived among the Crow people. Founded towns. Married many women. Fought many men. Stole many horses. And pu…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill discuss the famous story of the Osage murders. Osage County, Oklahoma was a dangerous place to be in the 1920’s, particularly for the Osage people. The tribal nation owned the rights to a huge oil deposit located under their lands. It made them rich. But it also made them targets for those after t…
 
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On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill share the exciting tale of the Shannon-Fisher Feud. This legend out of Washington County, Arkansas dates back to 1868. A disagreement over a gambling debt starts a deadly feud between two families. Both sides would lose friends and loved ones to the senseless violence. Listen in as the sisters rel…
 
Stevie Leigh (they/she) is a somatic practitioner, a writer, mystic, and a caretaker in many forms. In service to body autonomy and literacy, they help people find their way back to themselves. In this episode, Eryn and Stevie talk about: Stevie’s healing journey and how they came into somatic work Critical inner voices and parts of ourselves Slowi…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill journey to Fulton, Missouri. Here they discover the story of Daniel Harrison McIntyre. In the late 19th century, General McIntyre was a local hero. Civil War veteran, legislator, senator, and attorney general for the state, McIntyre’s achievements were well known. Further, he contributed greatly t…
 
Welcome to Leo season! In this episode, your host Eryn talks about the energy of Leo season & does a collective tarot reading for us to feel into how this energy wants to move through us. We talk authenticity, bravery, telling the truth about ourselves + more. Register for the Erotic Poetry Writing class. Download a free meditation for ex-religious…
 
On this bonus episode of Turning to the Mystics, Jim and Kirsten are joined by long-time friend Mirabai Starr to reflect on listener questions about how John of the Cross’ dark night of the soul differs from depression—and how both experiences evolve our understanding of suffering. If you found this episode helpful, consider attending the final Con…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill return to the extraordinary story of the Swope family murders. In Part 1 of Dr. Greed’s Treacherous Deeds we learned about the prominent Swope family, the mysterious illnesses that swept through their mansion in 1909, and the curious events surrounding their demise. In this final installment of th…
 
Sarah (she/her) of Shadow Femme is a practitioner who blends together shadow work, astrology, and human design to help people own their full, authentic selves. She's a biracial queer femme who specifically loves working with cycle breakers and people who are navigating liminal identities. In this episode, Sarah and Eryn talk about: Sarah’s journey …
 
In this episode, Jim and Kirsten answer questions that were submitted by the listeners during the airing of the 3rd season. Resources: Turning to the Mystics is a podcast by the Center for Action and Contemplation. To learn more about Jim, visit jamesfinley.org  The transcript for this episode can be found here. The book being used for this season …
 
Liz Migliorelli belongs to a lineage of spinsters, hedge witches, bee maidens, apple romancers and herb cunning-folk. She is a herbalist, animist and educator. Liz weaves together and facilitates classes on plant medicine, storytelling, ancestral remembrance, earth rhythms, folk magic, hearth culture, poetry and social justice movements. In this ep…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill discuss the unbelievable story of the Swope family murders. At the turn of the 20th century, the Swope’s were a wealthy, prominent family in the greater Kansas City, MO area. Yet by 1909 they would be preyed upon by one of their own. In this first part of a two-part series, we introduce the Swope’…
 
Erin Alise (she/her) is an illustrator and witch who helps creative witches get clarity on their purpose and keep inspired through uncertain times. In this episode, Eryn and Erin talk about: Erin's journey with creativity and magic The process of claiming "witch" Core witchcraft values and beliefs Noticing the magic around you Sigils & symbols Weav…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill are led to the Illinois Mississippi Valley. In the early 18th century, the area was part of the French Empire. French settlers colonized the area and lived alongside Native Americans and enslaved peoples brought from the southern French territories. Our story takes place in 1748 at the Braseau hom…
 
Welcome to Cancer season! In this episode, your host Eryn talks about the energy of Cancer season & does a collective tarot reading for us to feel into how this energy wants to move through us. We talk guilt, boundaries, stories we tell ourselves + more. Blog for this episode: www.living-open.com/blog/cancer-season-medicine-2021 Register for the su…
 
Andrew and Willie talk about how it was growing up in the Lukumi tradition. Willie's experiences with Orisha in Cuba, America, Nigeria, and Brazil. They also talk about the nature of syncretization in these traditions. last they discuss a few things to think about if you are looking to get involved in this tradition. Think about how much you've enj…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill conclude their discussion of the mystery of Sr. Janina. In the summer of 1907 the lively nun disappeared from the small Polish community of Isadore, MI. In 1918, when plans for rebuilding the Holy Rosary Church were set in motion, her remains were found buried in the crawlspace beneath it. The hou…
 
Siri Vincent Plouff (they/them) works to queer Nordic witchcraft. They are a Nordic witch, rune reader, and tarot reader based in Minneapolis, MN. In this episode, Eryn and Siri talk about: Siri's journey with witchcraft Racism & white supremacy in heathenry Their experience growing up with religion & spirituality Getting introduced to witchcraft t…
 
This is the sixth dialogue that focuses on the mystic, St. John of the Cross. In this episode, Jim and Kirsten discuss Session 7, which covered The Spiritual Canticle. Resources: Turning to the Mystics is a podcast by the Center for Action and Contemplation. To learn more about Jim, visit jamesfinley.org  The transcript for this episode can be foun…
 
Maria and Andrew explore the topic of anti-racism through tarot and their own journeys. talking about curiosity, accessibility, the nature of tarot, and how to show up for this kind of change. This conversation is very much an invitation into this topic. Think about how much you've enjoyed the podcast and how many episodes you have listened to and …
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill discuss a scandalous story out of a small farming town in northwestern Michigan. Founded in the late 19th century, Isadore was a tight-knit Polish community that revolved around the church. Yet this peaceful place would be shaken forever during the summer of 1907. It was then that Sr. Janina vanis…
 
This is the seventh session that focuses on the mystic, St. John of the Cross. With this episode, Jim turns to St. John of the Cross's work on The Spiritual Canticle and The Living Flame of Love, moving us from The Dark Night to the mystical union with God that blossoms in this "night" as it comes to fruition. Resources: Turning to the Mystics is a…
 
Happy Pride! In this episode I talk a little about my ever evolving journey with queerness & read you a bunch of queer love and pleasure poems. Enjoy! Register for the Poetry Magic for Ex-Religious Folks class on Weds! Apply for HOLY, a 7 week reclamation circle for ex-religious folks (closes Tuesday). Blog for this episode: www.living-open.com/blo…
 
Aidan, Andrew, and Fabeku catch up for their third episode since the pandemic started. They talk about burnout, bandwidth and the way they are running out of words, direction and ideas about what is helpful. They talk about their magical practices, goals, and what has shifted in their lives too. Think about how much you've enjoyed the podcast and h…
 
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