“My life was a dumpster fire, so I turned to witchcraft.” Rachel Wilkinson’s life didn’t go according to plan, but if she’s learned anything from her existential crisis, it’s that sometimes we have to make our own magic. Lifemancy can show you how.
A goodbye from Rachel as the show goes on indefinite hiatus to make room for new projects.
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Jonathan Anderson and Jonas Bull join Lifemancy to talk about superstitions in sports. They, along with former Baltimore Ravens star, Mark Clayton, are hosts of the Noonish Live Sports & Tech Show where they talk about the current events in sports. Jonas also hosts Education is Painful where he interviews people about hard lessons learned. And Jonathan Anderson had an up-close and personal view of the rituals of baseball after his ...
Shadow work is our ability to turn toward, process, and accept the parts of ourselves that we consider flawed, shameful, and embarrassing. Find out how to get started doing shadow work, why it’s called Shadow Season, and what Mabon has to do with Carl Jung and Disco.
Learn more and follow Rachel online at: Website: www.lifemancy.com Twitter @lifemancypod or @raejwilkinson Instagram: @rachelj.wilkinson TikTok: @racheljwilkinson...
April Leman is an intuitive business coach who offers Astrology, Tarot, and Akashic Record Readings. As an Akashic Records reader, she acts as a bridge to channel for other people who want to open their records and learn more about their past and future lives. Find out what happens when she opens Rachel’s record.
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Twitter @lifemancypod or @raejwilkinson
Licensed marriage and family therapists Larisa A. Garski and Justine Mastin are research partners, co-authors, and podcast hosts who pair psychology with the powers of fanfiction and modern mythology. They help nerds, gamers, cosplayers, and members of all fandoms boldly go into therapy and argue that stories aren't frivolous distractions but a way to engage creatively with the world.
Their newest book, Starship Therapise, is a sel...
Apologies for the unexpected rebroadcast, but I explain in the opening of Part 1 and tacked a new message onto this episode, too. I also reedited to cut out all the housekeeping and non-relevant info so you can revisit the episode uninterrupted.
Discover a new way to look at your own life through precognitive dreams, time loops, and Block Universe Theory. Eric Wargo, a science writer, and blogger, talks about his experience with p...
Apologies for the unexpected rebroadcast, but I explain in the opening. I also reedited to cut out all the housekeeping and non-relevant info so you can revisit the episode uninterrupted.
Elizabeth Krohn was struck by lightning, died, and came back to life outside a Houston Synagogue. However, she didn't just come back. She came back with psychic superpowers and the ability to see the dead. She wrote about her story with Jeffrey J...
Are the Freemasons secretly pulling the strings of the world? Is there some grand plan only known to them? Rachel interrogates Christian Møller Christensen about what goes on behind Masonic temple doors. They talk about the history of Freemasonry, its mission, and what King Solomon and the First Temple have to do with it.
Christian Møller Christensen is a Master Mason, Past Master of Ralph K. Howell Lodge in Houston, 32nd degree i...
Manifestation is based on believing in yourself and having faith in the universe. For some of us, that's easier said than done. What if you could learn how to manifest your intentions without relying on faith alone? By the end of this episode, you'll be able to read the signs of manifestation, understand why it sometimes goes wrong, and know steps you can take to keep your intentions on track.
“Astrology gives us a way to talk about ourselves without having to address the trappings of identity.” Astrology doesn’t rely on race or gender and isn’t limited by our expectations.
Postcolonial Astrology: Reading the Planets through Capital, Power, and Labor dives into the symbolic histories of the seven traditional planets and offers new ways to use the language of astrology to talk about ourselves.
Alice Sparkly Kat is a Q-POC...
What are Tarot Cards? Why do they feel so personal? Is there something more to them? Something spiritual? Learn Tarot in a Day has been an ever-evolving project that teaches you how story structure plays a pivotal role in making tarot easy to understand. In this episode, learn the structure of the Major Arcana, a 3-card spread, and how-to-read tarot card reversals using gravity as a guide.
Also referenced, Ep. 10 Learn Tarot in a D...
If you want to read tarot fast, so you can start working with your cards instead of looking up the meaning of each card in the book or on the internet, this episode will help. Learn Tarot in a Day has been an ever-evolving project that teaches you how story structure plays a pivotal role in making tarot easy to understand.
Also referenced, Ep. 10 Learn Tarot in a Day (2019)
Is reincarnation real? The University of Virginia School of Medicine’s Division of Perceptual Studies thinks so with the compelling evidence of Ryan Hammon’s story. Also in this episode: Uncovering past lives, how the Dalai Lama was chosen, and the philosophical arguments of Plato and Socrates on why the soul is immortal and how dead become the living again.
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Rob C. Thompson, Ph.D. of Performance Studies and Scholar of American Occultism, joins the episode to talk about psychic mediumship and the history of modern occultism. You can hear more of Rob’s work on Occult Confessions, a podcast revealing the history and secrets of occultism, and The Dark Pool Project.
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Have you ever felt busy, but not productive? Do other people’s agendas hijack your day? Would you call yourself a people pleaser? If you answered yes, this episode is for you.
Essentialism: The Disciplined Art of Pursuing Less, a New York Times Bestseller by Greg McKeown, teaches the fundamental principle of "Less but better." In this episode, Rachel shares her biggest, life-changing takeaway from reading the book. Essentialism is ...
Learn about what might happen if you have fairies in your house from one of the world’s foremost experts on all things fairy, Morgan Daimler. Also in the episode, use the New Moon in Pisces to create a 6-month time capsule to help turn your dreams into reality.
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Have you ever want to do something or accomplish something, but you can’t seem to get started? Or maybe you can’t ever seem to reach the finish line? In this episode, you’ll learn how to figure out which of your chakras are blocked, and how that can be a clue to discovering what’s holding you back from the life you want.
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Sarah Potter is a professional witch, psychic medium, tarot reader, and practitioner of color magic. Using color magic, she's been able to guide people through personal transformations by promoting self-empowerment, problem-solving, and amplifying intuitive skills. In this episode of Lifemancy, she shares how to look past what we see in color so we can tune in to how color makes us feel.
You’ll also learn about the visible light s...
What is the Yuga Cycle? Why do people think we’re living in the Kali Yuga? And why are we obsessed with apocalyptic prophecies anyway? From the predictive quatrains of Nostradamus to Y2K to the hysteria around the Mayan calendar, people have spent centuries believing the final chapter is right around the corner. And yet, we’re still here. Find out why 2021 will be no different.
In the third season opener of Lifemancy, Tiffany Harelik founder of the Wise Skies Collective, bestselling author, psychic medium, and expert astrologer returns to go over the astrological forecast for 2021. After last January when she predicted the seismic events of 2020, and with her “plot twist” for this month perhaps having already presented itself, you’ll definitely want to listen to prepare for the year ahead.
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
In order to tell the story of a crime, you have to turn back time. Every season, Investigative journalist Delia D'Ambra digs deep into a mind-bending mystery with the hopes of reigniting interest in a decades old homicide case.
It’s a lighthearted nightmare in here, weirdos! Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Join us for a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.
Unforgettable true crime mysteries, exclusive newsmaker interviews, hard-hitting investigative reports and in-depth coverage of high profile stories.