Synchronicity Strikes! New “Leading from the Feminine” Podcast Episode

We could not have known how perfect a moment this would be to release our new one-hour radio and podcast special episode: Leading From the Feminine: Keepers of the Cradle of Life.


Many of us experienced the profound sense of solidarity and shared power during the Women’s March on Washington (and the world) last weekend. In the wake of this epic event, among the most profound transformations in the women’s movement is the leadership of women of color. This special episode is a deep dive with three eloquent, wise multi-cultural women of color in a deeply honest conversation about how nature and nurture cross paths with culture to produce a whole and balanced human being.

Sharing intimate stories of their role models, inspirations and the unique gifts of their cultural lineages, Nikki Sylvestri, Noris Binet and Pat McCabe (Woman Stands Shining), offer vulnerable glimpses into their inner worlds, relationships to the feminine, and learning. They explore how leading from the feminine requires a sacred marriage with their own masculine qualities, and ultimately the reconciliation of women and men and of the masculine and feminine qualities we all embody.

“Leading from the Feminine” at the 2015 Bioneers Conference (from left): Anneke Campbell, Nikki Sylvestri, Noris Binet and Pat McCabe (Woman Stands Shining).

We honor Nina Simons who put this remarkable conversation together at the 2015 Bioneers Conference, and Anneke Campbell who brilliantly moderated it.

“Following on the heels of last weekend’s transformative experience of solidarity across issues, classes, races, orientations and generations, I am so thankful to be able to share these heart-bolstering stories with you, to strengthen us all towards the work we face ahead, together.

Women aligned in purposeful action are unstoppable.”

                                                                       – Nina Simons

We’d love to hear your feedback. And please share the show widely. These voices and stories have never been more important.

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