That Good May Become

That Good May Become

In the spaces between the daily commute, dirty laundry, & moments of overwhelm, there is a great mystery happening. A spiritual spot in the ordinary. Get to know this side of life (and yourself) with Laura Scappaticci, spiritual explorer, mom, blogger, and anthroposopher. Each episode includes fun, insightful conversations where we reveal the esoteric and hidden world that’s right here in front of us--so That Good May Become.


June 2, 2023 11 mins

This quick solo episode includes a jaunty poetic reflection on the last 11 months. And oh my goodness!! Add this to your summer reading/listening list.....My next season on How To Know Higher Worlds, book by Rudolf Steiner!  

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Tess Parker describes her journey of "becoming real," and how she shed what wasn't hers to carry and stepped into her most authentic self. (Sounds amazing, right? And it's all about love.) Through personal stories as well as the story of the Velveteen Rabbit, Tess offers tips and wisdom on the journey to self we must all take. You can find Tess and book a birth chart reading with her @__highpriestess on Instagra...

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Bestselling author Anya Bergman explores the rise of witchlit and feminist retellings, along with with her personal spiritual experiences before and during the writing of her international bestseller, The Witches of Vardo. Anya reads two beautiful sections of this incredible historical fiction account of the women accused of witchcraft in Norway in the late 1600s.
For events and booktour information go to www.anyabergman....

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Conner Habib's latest podcast season, How To Live: Beyond, shakes up all the latest trends about psychedelics, witchcraft, Earth worship, and more. Together we explore whether these trends are liberating or old forms that are holding us back. We discuss the difference between self-development and spiritual development, where anthroposophy is headed, and why what's trending isn't always what's true. Check-out Con...

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What was the purpose of this big move to Scotland? What are we doing next? Tune in to hear my spiritual perspective on decision-making and finding meaning during challenging times, framed through two writing tools, Purpose and Critical Self-Reflection, from my fabulous writing program.

Show Notes:

The Marginalian with Maria Popova
The Lazy Genius with Kendra Adachi
Marie Forleo
Rest is Resistance by Tricia Hersey

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What's the art of speech and how can it heal us? Debbie Spitulnik shares her experiences of healing and understanding her own dyslexia, while helping children and adults build confidence and discover themselves through this lively, creative, spiritual art. This is a must listen for Waldorf/Steiner teachers!

Find Debbie and her workshop information at (

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January 12, 2023 38 mins

In this mysterious and wonderful episode, Stephanie Georgieff, author, speaker and podcaster, shares her research and experiences with the genre of art known as The Black Madonna. She explains the origin of these amazing icons, sculptures, and paintings, as we explore their significance in today's world. Find her podcast The Black Madonna Speaks here,  the Heart of the Black Madonna YouTube Channel here and her Patreon here. 

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December 29, 2022 47 mins

This episode with Sarah Parkes is filled with powerful, transformative ideas about life, loss, lineage, and legacy. Sarah Parkes, legacy coach and producer of the  Legacy Life Podcast, explores how to create a legacy of love and aligned leadership in one's family, business, and the world, while offering a deeply moving spiritual experience of loss and finding one's destiny. You can find Sarah's parenting, coaching, a...

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December 12, 2022 61 mins

Jordan Walker recounts a deep dream experience, as we dive into the sacred masculine and feminine, exploring polarities, process, and the challenges and beauty of life. Jordan currently helps coordinate the Anthroposophical Society in America's Applied Anthroposophy online course and the World Social Initiative Forum's Leadership in Transformation online program. Find him at and on Instagram @expande...

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Adjustment Issues, Michaelmas Courage, The Three Beasts, and Birthday Practices are all packed into this quick solo episode that offers a personal update + tips for reflection on being your most reflective and courageous self.
Follow me on Instagram @laura_scappaticci AND @fivelittlerunaways

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Where you been, Laura? I'm back. Tune in for some tips on making major life changes, the trials you'll go through when you do, and how to come out on the other side with the help of the spiritual world.
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Dr. Karen Nani Apana, biography counselor, offers us a way to understand our life through themes, seven year cycles, near death experiences and patterns of behavior plus a fresh take on spirituality and anthroposophy.

Near Death Experiences references:
Return from Tomorrow by George Rithie MD
Dying To Be Me, by Anita Moorjani.
Bridges Between Life and Death by Iris Paxino
Citizens of the Cosmos by Beredy...

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Christopher Scappaticci, artist and art educator, shares his perspective on art as a spiritual practice, the importance of creation vs consumption, and how he prepares a meditative space for art. Listen through to the end for some great tips on creating an art practice of your own.
You can find Christopher's work on Instagram @7livingarts.  

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Melanie Gurley describes her deeply human experiences with astrology, including the power of retrogrades, personal practices, and chart readings as sense-making in the midst of tragedy. Find Melanie's offerings here at

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Conner Habib, my smarty pants little brother, offers practical (and deeply spiritual) advice on cultivating a spiritual practice and the fruits such practices bear, all the while pestering me about cleaning my house. Tune into Conner's podcast Against Everyone with Conner Habib on all podcast apps. 

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With practical tips and spiritual wisdom, Liz Beaven, Ed.D. describes her surprising call to teaching, her humbling and expansive journey as an educator, and the tension between spiritual understanding and everyday life. 

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Pastor Parry is the Founder of St. Valentine’s Hall, an Independent Catholic Chapel in London. In this lively episode, he talks about his recent dreams of the Virgin Mary, his writing, and his task on earth. Pastor Parry's wit and wisdom illuminate his spiritual journeys with Christianity, paganism, and anthroposophy all the way through to his priorities of inclusivity and love.
Check out these videos about St. Valentine&a...

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After the birth of her third child, Ali LaVanway began to question her Mormon upbringing. Since that time, she's created her own spiritual understanding of what it means to be authentic, and how re-parenting herself is a spiritual practice full of healthy boundaries and fun. This episode includes lots of laughter, honesty, a little song, and a tiny sound issue.

Find out more about Ali and her work at yourcleverfriend...

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Jessica Crawford is a photographer, poet, and teacher whose forthcoming book Reflections invites readers into a place of contemplation and preparation. She names the three S's of stress, screens, and sorrow as factors that are affecting our children and our life forces. She talks about her morning routine, and the spiritual practice of pausing--even if just for a moment. 
Follow her on Instagram @jcrawfordprojects to see h...

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In this short solo episode, I introduce Season 4 which is all about Spiritual Practices. I talk about my spiritual journey with the Coronavirus and the insight it offered me, plus I ask for your feedback on topics and guests. Thanks for listening! Please follow and share to DISRUPT MATERIALISM with me.  Find and message me on Instagram @laura_scappaticci or 

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