Untangled: The Podcast Series

Untangled is for you if you have ever asked yourself “What is my purpose?” or “What am I here for?” or “Who am I?” These are the intimate and inspiring stories of women who have chosen to look at and do life in a different way. And through their Untangle-ment they have come to remember who they truly are and the soul gifts they are here to offer up. Let these real stories be your adventure guide as you dive into the depths of who you really are.
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A sudden loss in her 20s lead Lara Catone on a search to discover her spiritual path so she could better understand life, death, love, loss and sacred sex.

A sudden loss in her 20s lead Lara Catone on a search to discover her spiritual path so she could better understand life, death, love, loss and sacred sex.

A special treat for the final Untangled episode for this year. I’ve invited my good friend and powerful healer, Nicole Mathieson onto the show to do a collective healing and soul alignment for all Untangled listeners.

A special treat for the final Untangled episode for this year. I’ve invited my good friend and powerful healer, Nicole Mathieson onto the show to do a collective healing and soul alignment for all Untangled listeners.

It’s 1995 and Julianne Skai Arbor (aka TreeGirl) decides to take a modern-day walk-about to Australia. As she’s hiking through the rainforest, she comes across some giant vines. In a flash she feels called to strip off all of her clothes and climb in amongst the vines.

It’s 1995 and Julianne Skai Arbor (aka TreeGirl) decides to take a modern-day walk-about to Australia. As she’s hiking through the rainforest, she comes across some giant vines. In a flash she feels called to strip off all of her clothes and climb in amongst the vines.

It’s 1995 and Julianne Skai Arbor (aka TreeGirl) decides to take a modern-day walk-about to Australia. As she’s hiking through the rainforest, she comes across some giant vines. In a flash she feels called to strip off all of her clothes and climb in amongst the vines.

It’s 1995 and Julianne Skai Arbor (aka TreeGirl) decides to take a modern-day walk-about to Australia. As she’s hiking through the rainforest, she comes across some giant vines. In a flash she feels called to strip off all of her clothes and climb in amongst the vines.

At the age of 28, Erfan Daliri finds himself living in his parent’s garage. He’s divorced, has sold everything he owns and he’s about to undertake a very conscious journey of untangle-ment.

At the age of 28, Erfan Daliri finds himself living in his parent’s garage. He’s divorced, has sold everything he owns and he’s about to undertake a very conscious journey of untangle-ment.

Lisa Lister says that her untangling arrived in the form of a “kick in the ovaries”. Originally a magazine and TV journalist, Lisa could no longer do the work she loved because of incredible period pain and bleeding. She found herself sitting in a doctor’s surgery being told she needed to have her uterus removed.

Lisa Lister says that her untangling arrived in the form of a “kick in the ovaries”. Originally a magazine and TV journalist, Lisa could no longer do the work she loved because of incredible period pain and bleeding. She found herself sitting in a doctor’s surgery being told she needed to have her uterus removed.

Lisa Lister says that her untangling arrived in the form of a “kick in the ovaries”. Originally a magazine and TV journalist, Lisa could no longer do the work she loved because of incredible period pain and bleeding. She found herself sitting in a doctor’s surgery being told she needed to have her uterus removed.

Lisa Lister says that her untangling arrived in the form of a “kick in the ovaries”. Originally a magazine and TV journalist, Lisa could no longer do the work she loved because of incredible period pain and bleeding. She found herself sitting in a doctor’s surgery being told she needed to have her uterus removed.

The process of untangling the very human parts of ourselves, to uncover the essence of who we truly are, can be incredibly freeing. But it can also feel terrifying. It can feel like all our old wounds rise to the surface for healing and attention. It can feel like it’s easier to just go ‘back to sleep’ rather than follow the outrageous or confusing requests of our souls. In this interview, I ask Connie Chapman to share her personal story of soul struggle and soul surrender.

The process of untangling the very human parts of ourselves, to uncover the essence of who we truly are, can be incredibly freeing. But it can also feel terrifying. It can feel like all our old wounds rise to the surface for healing and attention. It can feel like it’s easier to just go ‘back to sleep’ rather than follow the outrageous or confusing requests of our souls. In this interview, I ask Connie Chapman to share her personal story of soul struggle and soul surrender.

At the age of 30, Lindsay Mack's healing journey blew wide open when she experienced a nervous breakdown and, in one defining moment, chose life instead of death.

At the age of 30, Lindsay Mack's healing journey blew wide open when she experienced a nervous breakdown and, in one defining moment, chose life instead of death.

At the age of 30, Lindsay Mack's healing journey blew wide open when she experienced a nervous breakdown and, in one defining moment, chose life instead of death.

At the age of 30, Lindsay Mack's healing journey blew wide open when she experienced a nervous breakdown and, in one defining moment, chose life instead of death.

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