Victoria Steele, candidate for U.S. Congress, interviews Mozelle Martin. Did you know that nothing uses more brain activity than...
I interviewed Olivia DeMoss about her journey around the world - from the France and Africa to the USA and beyond. As a "Citizen of the World", she shares insights on embracing change and the importance of having "Joie De Vivre" in your life. How did she go from being a glass artist to a laughter … Continue reading From Glass to Joie De Vivre with Olivia DeMoss
I interviewed Eva Louis about her journey into Engineering, Information Technology, and then Film & Fashion. Eva also discusses her journey into religious studies, family, chronic pain, and much more.
From polarity to gong baths, Onyxe invites us to use polarity and other ancient sciences to end global suffering.
I interviewed Christina Beckley about her journey into Shamanism, the Underworld, and what it means to be a "Seer". Christina discusses the differences between them all and gives insight into how you can recognize your own "Cosmic Doorbells". You can reach Christina via email --> KoiGirlHealing@yahoo.com or via http://www.Facebook.com/KoiGirlHealing.com https://play.radiopublic.com/mozelleology-where-forensics-psych-spirituality-meet-GMBV7R/ep/s1!dbed6d0d60e6feca61d3f7f86b462ade28c92278 Christina is a contributing author for “Girl … Continue reading Cosmic Doorbells & the Underworld with Christina Beckley
I interviewed Ann Cabano the other day about homelessness, advocacy, working in hospice, hardened emotions, energy healing, her documentary film-making, and much more. Ann also shares a teaser for her essay in the "Girl Behind the Fence" book series.
I interviewed Marty Amos about her journey to wearing three (3) Mental Health Practitioner hats, authenticity, substance abuse, and more including the politics of spirituality in mental health systems. She shares her insights on her work with children, domestic violence, anger management, and much more. Marty talks about her own business in Grand Junction, Colorado, and … Continue reading Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, & Emojis with Marty Amos