Ep. 55: Brujas of Brooklyn on Honoring Your Womb, Spiritual Health Realignment, & Their Dominican Mother

The Brujas of Brooklyn, Afro-Latina identical twins Gricelda and Miguelina, open up about their spiritual journey led by their Dominican mother. Led by academia but still using the spiritual tools they grew up with, they’ve organized a tight collective of women of color in their community to empower, protect and educate in hopes of going beyond limitations they were exposed to while growing up. Miguelina also goes into detail about the health scare and traumatic breakup that ignited her spiritual healing and Gricelda talks about what inspired her to become a doula. 

We also go to see these practical magic makers before their pink tent event which retroactively honors the moment when women got their period because in our culture there is a lot of shame tied to it. Their expertise in womb-healing will inspire you to honor about this pivotal moment in your life. Tap and own your womb-power, brujas. 

For more information on Brujas of Brooklyn, check out https://www.brujasofbrooklyn.com

You can hear it all on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher and more. You can also follow our visual journey via Instagram or Facebook @moradolens.

Ep. 47: Rebecca Gitana of Lifestyle Remix on Being an Intimate Healer, Spiritually Raunchy, & Her Drag Queen Alter Ego

Join us as we discuss the inner workings of Lifestyle Remix's Rebecca Gitana as a healer through the home space, spirit guide, earth angel, gentle warrior and certified firecracker who believes she is on this planet to help people remember who they are. 

We talk about how she prayed for a breakthrough in her early 20's and the process of becoming a healer. Because while we would love to wake up one day and just be one, that's not the case. There is serious work involved. Rebecca reveals how she came about embracing her brujaness, her connection to the church and what her experience was to be a vivid dreamer as a child. You might love this convo so much, you might just listen to this twice. You're welcome, brujitas. Check out her personal Instagram account and her work here.

You can hear it all on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher and more. You can also follow our visual journey via Instagram or Facebook @moradolens.

Ep. 43: Tatianna Tarot on Intuitive Pregnancy Vibes, Her Bruja Story, & Reading Cindy's Tarot Cards

Tatianna Tarot on knowing she had a gift ever since she was kid, her pregnancy increasing her intuitive vibes, and what she does before every reading to ensure only positive spirits come through. And, she even reveals a super fun fact about yet another creative skill she has and her baby's middle name ⭐️ Then, Cindy gets her tarot cards read asking Tatianna a super personal question. Things get vulnerable, brujas.

Check her out on: http://myurbanillumination.com/work-with-me or email her for a reading at urbanillumination@gmail.com.

You can hear it all on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher and more. You can also follow our visual journey via Instagram or Facebook @moradolens.

Ep. 42: Founder of Too Damn Young & Host of Creating Espacios Vivian Nunez Opens Up About Life After Loss

This week's episode brings you an entrepreneur and overall badass Latina by the name of Vivian Nunez. She is the host of a Latina-driven podcast called Creating Espacios. She is also the founder of a community called Too Damn Young, a resource for teens who are grieving and figuring out life after loss. Viv opens up about her own personal loss as a teen and how she coped with it as well as how she hopes to inspire the future presidential candidate. You don't want to miss it!

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Ep. 36: Mestiza Magic Founder Valeria on Why Coming Out as a Bruja Was Harder Than Coming Out As Queer

Valeria of Mestiza Magic is not a traditional woman. As she puts it, she’s “that bruja that has really long armpit hair and likes to cuss out loud.” We were instantly attracted to her knowledge of Mexican curanderismo, owning her bruja identity as a form of healing and complicated but touching journey on coming out as a bruja to her mother. Her mom tries to sway her to not identify as a bruja because as she put it, "it's not something that's embraced in her family.”

The Massachusetts-based queer mestiza bruja is on her way to New Orleans to expand her creativity in reading and designing tarot cards and recently launched blog which came to her in a vision best described as "just a little bit of poison and a whole lot of consciousness."

Check out her Instagram account @MestizaMagic and website at MestizaMagic.com where she crafts her existence outside of the patriarchal world that tells her she’s not powerful.

Ep. 30: Anxiety Coach Palak Vani on the Shame Behind the Disorder & how Spirituality Helps Cope

On our continuous mission to practice self-love, we talk to anxiety coach Palak Vani who launched CuratedGoals.com, an affordable anxiety coaching service offered over the phone, email, text message or in-person.

She breaks down the different types of anxiety, how she got her Indian family to own the once taboo conversation, how to deal with it in the moment and even opens up about how she handles her own anxiety. We also get into how we've dealt with our own anxiety and how tapping into our inner bruja has helped cope with it.

Ep. 29: Annie The Alchemist Speaks on Her Daily Dose of Palo Santo + Sexual Energy Cords

Annie The Alchemist dials in to discuss why she is dedicated to daily palo santo cleanses - sometimes even more than once! And, you don't want to miss as she gets super real on what a sexual energy cord is and how to rid yourself of negative energy you picked up from your last lover. 

Ep. 27: Fellow Bruja And Founder of Modern Curandera Talks About Honoring Her Ancestors And Assimilation

Priscilla Klock is a fellow bruja, podcaster of Feminine and founder of Modern Curandera.  She dives into how she had to assimilate because her ethnicity was looked down on and how through that pain she birthed the Modern Curandera - a safe place that unites the modern and ancient cultures of her heritage all while helping bruja entrepreneurs get their businesses off the ground. 

Listen as we get into what all this meant for a fellow Latina and what this means for modern brujas today.

Ep. 26: Nat and Cindy on Embracing Your Inner Darkness

On our journeys to self-love, we've both come across a sort of darkness that at first made us uncomfortable. But we learned that in order to truly explore, accept and love ourselves we had to acknowledge and embrace the dark parts as well. Psychologists refer to that dark side, or shadow self, as repressed ideas, impulses, weaknesses, desires, and even embarrassing fears. The wild and chaotic side that for many of us are the source of our creative energy. But, remember, shadow cannot exist without light, brujas. 

Listen as we get into our recurring dark and strange dreams, lucid dreaming, fears, and morbid side of ourselves and how we embraced our dark side in order to see the light.