Tosha Silver Letting the Divine lead.

Tosha Silver is the author of Outrageous Openness: Letting the Divine Take the Lead, and Change Me Prayers: The Hidden Power of Spiritual Surrender. In episode 11, we talked about what she learned from 30,000 astrology readings, how do we actually, really, seriously surrender to the Divine, and much more.


Hannah Marcotti What is 'vibration'?

Hannah Marcotti is a magic making coach for women’s soul work. In episode 10 of The Sacred Podcast, we talked about what ‘vibration‘ means to her, what her morning prayer ritual includes, her approach to self-care, because she’s not into baths and the like, and more.


Heidi Rose Robbins Sacred art + astrology talk.

Heidi Rose Robbins is a gifted poet, teacher and astrologer. In Episode 9, we talked about how she transformed my intense skepticism of astrology, how she talks to people who don’t share her spiritual beliefs and how NOT to talk to astrologers, clairvoyants or any kind of energy worker.


Fred Giles Start your own church. He did.

Fred Giles went to church 7 days a week as a kid. His mama was a pastor, so when he signed up for Bible college and began to study under a bishop, it seemed he was destined to follow in her shoes. And he did… but not really. Today, he’s the pastor and founder of The Meeting Place Church in Greenville, SC where he’s expanding the notion of what ‘church’ can be.


Tanya Geisler Creating a family spiritual date.

Tanya Geisler is the kind of woman who argues with Sunday School teachers and then doles out mama bear hugs like no other. In episode 7 of The Sacred Podcast, Tanya and I talked about going to church some weeks and not others – and being entirely okay with that, creating a spiritual date with her family (I’m OBSESSED with this idea), how to know whether you’re having a spiritual experience, and much more.


Pace Smith Merging science + spirituality.

For most of her life, Pace Smith defined life through the lens of science and rationality. Until… she didn’t. In episode 6 of The Sacred Podcast, Pace and I talked about transitioning from science geek to spiritual Sufi, enjoying the variety of the spiritual buffet vs choosing a single path to devote to, having conversations with people who don’t share your spiritual beliefs, creating your own spiritual ceremonies + much more!


Theresa Reed

I held a healthy skepticism of tarot for many years. Until I met Theresa Reed. In episode 5 of The Sacred Podcast, Theresa and I talked about what tarot is exactly, how astrology helped her begin to understand herself, why she prefers looser connections with her friendships / community, and much more!


L’Erin Alta

L’Erin Alta has always been a self-described rebel. As a young kid in Sunday School, she demanded an explanation when told that women should obey their husbands. “My mom is a single mom. She doesn’t obey anyone.” Then came her exploration of Rastafarianism, Islam, the Bahai faith and many others. She took what worked for […]


Jen Louden

She’s a bestselling author (6 books, over a million copies in print in 9 languages). She hasn’t worked a traditional j-o-b since 1985. Oh, and she became a newlywed – at 49. Today’s guest on The Sacred Podcast is Jen Louden. This conversation went all over the place. We touched on high points like: is […]


Ashley Turner Hating (and then loving) yoga, introversion and more.

Ashley Turner loved her church-centric upbringing. She’s got bright + happy stories of church camp, choir practice and Sunday School. Refreshing, right? In a sea of “Religion banged me up!” stories, hearing about her nourishing church years is inspiring. But after being rejected from all the sororities she applied to in college, and sinking into […]