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The Embodied Podcast with Elizabeth DiAlto
Ranked in the top .5% of podcasts worldwide, the Embodied Podcast has been a trusted resource for nuanced, grounded, and inclusive wisdom for collective healing, joy, and liberation since 2015. Tap into your true purpose and power with Host Elizabeth DiAlto as she brings you the realness, always, with curiosity, humor, and her signature blend of fierce and mystical love.
Today’s episode is a deep dive into The Sovereign Queen archetype and how embodying it can bring about so many things, from integrity and humility to emotional maturity and generosity. We also explore the true meaning and potency of the words “sovereign” and “queen.”
Throughout the episode, we dive into the distinction between perfectionism and having high standards and unpack some of the roots of perfectionism. We also urge you to give yourself grace during learning processes and to honor and acknowledge anything in life that you’ve earned mastery in.
Everyone has an inherent capacity for art and expression and every artist is a mystic in their own way. In this episode, we dive into the joy, pleasure, and interconnected nature of art and creative expression and encourage you to explore your unique form of creativity, be it through storytelling, painting, embroidery, dancing, or any other medium.
We also explore the role of The Sacred Creatress archetype in motivating you to embrace your creative potential and surrender to the flow of inspiration. We share how to allow yourself the freedom to create without any inhibitions, and stress that art and expression are not only forms of embodiment practice but also present opportunities for connection and shared experiences.
In the School of Sacred Embodiment, we believe that the gift of grace is not only something we can muster but also, in its highest form, a divine force. Today, we explore grace as an unstoppable channel that, once accepted, will come through with every opportunity it can to provide closure, release, and healing wherever needed.
Throughout the episode, you will hear personal anecdotes and beautiful stories that demonstrate the active presence of grace in daily routines, from encountering Earth Angels to experiencing moments of profound healing. We also discuss various practices for cultivating grace, such as movement, being with nature, and embodying The Divine Mother archetype. If you have your own stories of being touched by grace, we invite you to share your experiences with us at email@example.com.
So often, boundaries are misunderstood as a negative form of control rather than a structure that invites self-awareness, establishes healthy relationships, and highlights our true passions. In today’s episode, we dive into the significance of anger as a source of information that reveals our boundaries, needs, and the necessary steps in our healing journey.
Plus, we explore The Warrior Goddess archetype and how it can help us alchemize our anger to fuel transformative action towards what truly needs to be defended or protected. By facing uncomfortable truths and taking action for the things we care about, we can learn from the wisdom of The Warrior Goddess and better ourselves in the process.
This week’s episode is an invitation to recognize and honor your unique medicines (which may reach beyond how you’ve thought about “medicine” before).
As we explore the concept of “your medicine,” I’m encouraging you to ask yourself what it means and where it lives within you and offering The Medicine Woman archetype to help. I explain how this archetype embodies alchemy and provides guidance for navigating life’s complexities while accessing your inner truths.
The Medicine Woman’s multidimensionality brings the potential to break lineage patterns, embrace intergenerational gifts, release victim stories, and more. Enjoy!
Today’s episode weaves together lessons on love inspired by the words and perspectives of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Jaiya John, Alana Fairchild, Tosha Silver, and Rumi. As we navigate through a world that is plagued with atrocities and heavily warped by what we see on social media, staying in love has become more and more of a difficult task.
Throughout our sermon, we dive into the intricacies of love, including the concept of fierce love and why love isn’t always polite, considerate, or comfortable. We also explore the multifaceted nature of love, the significance of embodying love in your actions, behaviors, and choices, as well as how to view the world through the eyes of love.
FIVE STAR REVIEWS
“Elizabeth’s podcast has been my weekly consistent go-to since 2019. Not only did it guide, hold, and encourage me through much emotional turmoil when I was dealing with Painful codependency, the episodes have continued to fortify and inspire me when it comes to new ways of seeing and thinking. Thank you Elizabeth (and your product team!) for your consistency and love for the podcast. I am forever grateful for this incredible resource”
“Elizabeth is the kind of role model I’ve been looking for; she teaches and lives from freedom while staying deeply devoted to serving this world. She has reconnected me to values like social justice, and her interviews have let me to more than one life-changing teacher and program. And she is so fun and inspiring to listen to! Highly recommend!
“I’m so grateful to have stumbled upon Elizabeth’s podcast. I have started from the very beginning to the 2015 episodes, and they have inspired and helped me open my mind so much in my daily life. Anyone looking for guidance in their life, give this podcast a listen.”
“This right here is incredible! I find myself having to listen to it over and over as I gain new information each time. Elizabeth is an incredible force inspiring so many women to find their wild side. Through her, I’ve learned how to trust myself and accept who I am. These interviews are so juicy! Definitely a 5 star! All women need to listen to this!”
“I’ve been a fan since the first iteration of this show. With so many great podcasts on the rise, Elizabeth DiAlto is a constant listen-to for me. She’s so authentic, something like a warm blanket on a chilly day. I love the energy of this show. She makes it welcoming for everyone. Elizabeth is the EMBODIMENT of TRUTH and JUSTICE (while also being human) and so is this podcast. I never tire of listening to her.”
“I never miss an episode! Whether it’s a juicy, thoughtful interview or an inspired and inspiring solo episode, Elizabeth always provides thought-provoking content with her signature style of loving directness and plenty of humor. She’s the real deal and brings needed conversations about personal and collective liberation to the airwaves with every episode”
“This is the podcast to listen to when you’re yearning for thoughtful conversation about how to deepen your relationship with Life and Love. I love listening to guests share their way of seeing the world through their particular lens of expertise. Thank you, Elizabeth!”
“So great! Thanks for the real-real. At last, I took a listen! So grateful because the content is singing my song! High level of integrity, emotional intelligence, and levity is suuuuuuper sweet and hits just right.”
“Thanks for constantly bringing us people who challenge our worldviews and help us take deep dives into our own self-understanding. Love your sense of humor, honesty, sincerity, and love. Asania, Johannesburg – South Africa”
“You rock! I love your wisdom, sass, and unapologetic fierceness for justice.”
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In 2013 she founded the School of Sacred Embodiment, where she’s developed a range of healing and liberatory frameworks and modalities that blend together movement, energy work, and mystical wisdom. Her specialty is helping people live through what she calls the highest part of all of us – our Wild Soul.
A native New Yorker with Boricua and mixed-European roots, Elizabeth now calls Miami home, is an avid salsa dancer, and has a laugh that has been described as “a sound bath of sunshine and joy.”