This is a podcast for the misfits in and out of spiritual community. We will lean into vulnerability by not hiding mistakes and missteps- that’s how we learn. You will hear from experts and novices all over the world just trying to live fully who they were meant to be. This is for all people who won’t be defined in binary terms. I love you
As always there is a little swearing. In this episode I talk about how the lovingkindness meditation is taking shape and showing up in my life after 2 weeks of practice- things are happening. I also get into feeling like a fraud and I unpack that a bit. Enjoy and thank you for listening. I will return in March for Season 2. Opening song by Agents of Future mix by Todd Fadel https://agentsoffuture.bandcamp.com/ Join workshops in Portland, Texas, and Charlottesville by going to my website angiefadel.com
What is loving-kindness and why is it important? In this episode I speak about my goal of trying to practice this stance, technique, practice, (call it what you like) for a month. Will it change me? Will it change how I am in the world? Here’s hoping. Stay tuned and at the end of the podcast there’s a meditation. Song by Agents of Future mix by Todd Fadel https://agentsoffuture.bandcamp.com/ The lovingkindness meditation inspired by Sharon Salzberg
Why do I do what I do? What are the benefits? How can these experiences change our everyday lives? Can anyone partake? In this episode I will finally get into the nitty gritty of what I do as spiritual director/soul coach and what my beliefs are around this practice. I also talk about how this beautifully joins with the archery I do and the importance of that mind body connection. In this episode I also name drop my friend Pipa Gordon https://instagram.com/pipagordon?igshid=7cgq7knz58vb and the exciting plans we are hatching. Music by Agents of Future this version done by the brilliant Todd Fadel https://instagram.com/agentsoffuture?igshid=1ou3x1gx8bwns
What is hindering you from paying attention to your motivations? Is it shame and self loathing, confusion and fear? Have you been taught not to listen to what your body is saying? All of these and more play a part in our emotional wellness and our ability to grow lean into love of ourselves thus creating a container that welcomes a more loving approach to ourselves and our growth. I do it too! So let’s get into it. Song by Agents of Future recorded by the talented Todd Fadel https://agentsoffuture.bandcamp.com/ You can find me at AngieFadel.com or on instagram at angiefadelsoulcare
I take a trip down memory lane with snippets from all my beautiful guests. A tribute to their vulnerability and passion and my gratitude for their willingness to give their time. Tamia Miller, James Joiner https://instagram.com/theloloprice?igshid=156hud05qudnf Mollye Glennen, Todd Fadel https://instagram.com/toddfadel?igshid=1x3d3lifh0o96 Zion Fadel https://instagram.com/jaspertypical?igshid=r4kxb5ldsqwn Kathy Escobar https://instagram.com/kathyescobarpublic?igshid=kq393l4ybrzg Laura Lo Forti https://instagram.com/storymidwife?igshid=ez78i6n9gr9r Liz Dyer https://instagram.com/lizdyer?igshid=x7gkn0owj9sq Tamia Deary https://instagram.com/pdxasc?igshid=1kadeaqgx8ihh
Prepping for the New Year without resolutions and shame. Take stock, create space, and listen to the inner wisdom that’s inside you. Music by Agents of Future this recording by Todd Fadel the pottery I mention by https://www.tamarabryanpottery.com/ Please like, share, subscribe and tell everyone about this podcast it means a lot to me
Trigger warning - I speak about trauma, no details but it's in here. Also, some swearing as usual. In this episode, I talk about on-the-go coping skills, back pocket guides, and general well being during this season. Original music by Agents of Future recorded by Todd Fadel. Find me on http://www.angiefadel.com/ Or on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/explore/locations/828304088/spiritual-direction-soul-care-angie-fadel?hl=en And everything!
In this episode, I speak with the genius behind PDX Alliance For Self Care, Tamia Deary. She talks about her own journey with self-care and how important modeling it is for community. She speaks about navigating an enormous vision and the power of support. How can you support the work of pdxasc? Here's the link pdxasc.org or go to the Amazon wishlist for things they need https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1369RP52VX4XO?ref=cm_sw_sm_r_wl_an_CHBBCuEUsetRf Books for the lending library https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1VCDMT8WPYTM2?ref=cm_sw_sm_r_wl_an_3nLzP1W9nv937 What's Tamia's favorite book right now https://www.amazon.com/Set-World-Fire-Nationalist-Struggle/dp/0812249887. Also, a link to our friend Tamara’s pottery https://www.tamarabryanpottery.com/ Opening music written by Agents of Future https://agentsoffuture.bandcamp.com/ performed by Todd Fadel
In this episode I demystify Self-Care and talk about the ways to make it work for us. And how this practice might just be what helps us survive this time of year. Looking for mantras find me on Instagram @angiefadelsoulcare The song at the beginning of this episode is Sleep Little Baby a Christmas song by Agents Of Future electronic version by Todd Fadel
Be Someone’s Believer! In this episode I break down ways you can show up, take a stand, and not be complicit in adding to people’s trauma especially this time of year. Practical advice found here! #awkwardfamilyphotos my Pinterest Angie Fadel spiritualdirectionandsoulcare #albumcovers my Facebook group #holidaysurvivalguides
It can be so hard this time of year to sort out our feelings, have boundaries, self-care, and stay safe while managing to celebrate and have fun. I’m here for you talking through my over 20 years creating this for myself, clients, community, and my own family. You might ask why- because you deserve safety and love every day of the year!
In this episode I talk with Liz Dyer the founder and creator of Mama Bears an organization for support, education, and empowerment of Mom’s of LGBTQAI kids and the support of the queer community in every possible way. Liz is a huge force of love in this world and that love is communicated in every word. Find her work and the work of her community here realmamabears.org you can also buy merchandise or support the work they are doing. Also check out @realmamabears on Instagram. Liz is breath of fresh air in a world that feels hard right now. So breathe in something good.
In this episode I talk about the “after” of grief- when everyone has gone home and we are left with our own thoughts, our own tears, our own emotions. What do we do? Where do we put it all? I’ve included a meditation at the end for whoever is up for it. As promised a link to Fire Cider recipe https://blog.mountainroseherbs.com/fire-cider and also Juniper oil https://naturalingredient.org/?p=2354
In this episode I talk about holding space for the grief of others while we hold our own grief. I also talk about suicidal ideation, getting the help we need, and finding healing. National Suicide Hotline 1 (800) 273-8255
In this 10th episode I have the pleasure of speaking with Laura LoForti the Storymidwife , co-creator & co-director of Vanport Mosaic about what it’s like to live with a vision that is way bigger than you are and how to nurture space to let people tell their stories. Stories have the power to change us!
In this episode I talk to my son Zion aka Jasper Typical about adjusting to adulthood on the mean streets of LA. Dealing with all the unforeseen potholes and beautiful moments that can’t be planned for. Find him @jaspertypical
What can we do about the sorrow we feel? How do we deal with our own sorrow from trauma without taking it out own ourselves? Especially, when what were doing doesn't feel like enough.
Join me as I hold space for myself and all those who hold sorrow. Remember this podcast isn't censored so there are expletives aplenty.
In this episode I talk to my friend Rector James Joiner and Drag queen Loretta Good Lordchild. We talk about how church still fits for them, queer spirituality, and the power of drag queens. You can come meet James at https://stmaa.org/alt-home/ in Portland, OR or follow Loretta @whatlolodontknow
Soul Care with Angie Fadel is a podcast for the misfit in and out of spiritual community. We will talk to experts and novices about emotional intelligence, vulnerability, and trying to live fully who you are in this world. Who is this for? Defying stereotypes and boring binary thinking.