This week your hosts Natasha Levinger & Tess Whitehurst discuss (and feel!) the impact of Mercury being retrograde in Cancer.  They also cover subjects from pendulum boards, limiting technology use, being gentle with yourself when you make mistakes, opening to new information, gratitude for self-care, embracing stillness and presence and so much more!

Plus, just know that if you're like Natasha, you may be feeling the need to clear clutter like a motherf***er.  Don't fight it.

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This week co-hosts Tess Whitehurst & Natasha Levinger sift through another heap of subjects, ranging from how not to twist your tarot readings to hear what you want to, energetic connections with others across time and space, helping people who don't want help, radical self kindness, co-dependency as a fear of your own power, magic rituals to regain your own power and more!

Plus, in case you didn't know, the American education system is a tool for white supremacy culture.

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Your hosts Natasha Levinger & Tess Whitehurst tackle the subjects of owning your stuff (especially as it pertains to racism), the damage of comparison, learning to trust yourself, grappling with codependency, whether or not you can be too empathic, carrying other people's energy, magic to mark Juneteenth, greeting the summer solistice, and more.

Plus, find out why it's so much worse to get hung up on in facetime than on a phone call.

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Co-hosts Tess Whitehurst & Natasha Levinger could not be happier to welcome back friend of the pod' Tanya Carroll Richardson.  They talk about her latest book, "Are You an Earth Angel?", what it means to be an earth angel, self-care for hypersensitive individuals, anticipatory anxiety and more.

There are also all the usual segments, where Natasha & Tess cover topics including centering discomfort in confronting your own relationship to institutional racism, nourishing yourself better, and the importance & relevance of a cultivating a meditative practice.

Plus, Tess's latest oracle deck, The Cosmic Dancer Oracle, has just released!  Learn more about it on her site at tesswhitehurst.com/book/cosmic-dancer-oracle/

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Hosts Natasha Levinger & Tess Whitehurst are thrilled to bring you their interview with Cassie Coleman of Heartsong Tarot. Cassie brings a body-based, in-the-moment approach to her tarot readings, informed by her recently completed studies to become a therapist.

Tess & Natasha also dive into the messy but important work of confronting racism, both in ourselves and society. And if that's not enough, they also discuss the duality of earthly existence, envisioning a new world, recognizing your needs without acting on them, de-energizing past relationships and magic for the full moon in Sagittarius.

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Your co-hosts Tess Whitehurst & Natasha Levinger are tremendously excited to welcome Calista Ascension, award-winning author of "The Female Archangels".  She discusses her experience of finding the twin, feminine energy of the archangels we are familiar with, called Archeiai, and how they are part of the rising consciousness of the Divine Feminine.

Tess & Natasha also cover topics such as how Christianty and magic can coexist, releasing old interpersonal power dynamics, magic for how you want to be seen & known in the world and how last Wednesday lasted for a thousand years.

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Co-hosts Natasha Levinger & Tess Whitehurst are so happy to be joined again by astrologer Britten LaRue to discuss what we can expect and learn from Venus, Jupiter and Saturn all in retrograde simultaneously.  She reminds us that everything in astrology is both personal and collective and how both lenses can help us approach the events in our lives.

They also discuss finding lessons in adversity, helping children drawn energetic boundaries, the importance of rest, embracing "who am I to..." moments, magic for coping with uncomfortable emotions and more!

Plus, find out how to transform both death AND your finances!

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This week, hosts Tess Whitehurst & Natasha Levinger cover everything from using your giving to inspire more giving, panic attacks and energy work, angelic protection, resistance to growth manifesting as fogginess, how improv comedy can help your own growth and purple froth!

Plus, they tackle the hard-hitting science questions like: What do you call a machine that sucks things up? Can you use such a machine on fog?  Listen to find out!

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This week your hosts Natasha Levinger & Tess Whitehurst examine a raft of subjects from global energy, dealing with difficult masculine energy, the convergence of the angelic and flower realms, moving your body for its own sake, the difference between claircognizance and channeling, and the benefits of projecting yourself onto those you idolize.

Plus, get in on the ground floor of what a hashtag that is sure to be sweeping the nation: #NoFaintsies

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  • In addition to everything you can get in the Good Vibe Tribe, Tess is currently conducting Harmony Happy Hour each Friday, a free group meditation on Zoom.
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This week, hosts Tess Whitehurst & Natasha Levinger are joined by Najah Lightfoot, hoodoo practitioner and award-winning author of Good Juju: Mojos, Rites and Practices for the Magical Soul. A firm believer in the power of daily ritual work, Najah is also a member of the Sojourner Truth Leadership Circle, an initiated member of a private Vodou society in New Orleans and an active member of the Denver Pagan community.

Topics this week sweep the spectrum from disconnecting from your stories, receiving new information during this challenging time, the thinning veil during Beltane, ancestor rituals, the rewards of discipline in your practice and more!

Plus, did you know that a mojo is an actual physical thing made for an actual person for an actual specific purpose?  And not Austin Power's sense of self-confidence?

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