Kymberlee has an abundance of intersecting ideas and an above-average thirst to express them. Good thing she has a podcast to talk about it all! Designed to stimulate and entertain, Unbridled Expression is an apt name for this podcast. Chocked full of thoughts, stories, questions, and advice on topics including everything from creativity, culture and relationships to the experience of being an unbridled woman and artist, it’s intimate, raw, and decidedly unbridled. New episodes every Wednesday (because, Mercury). kymberleedellaluce.substack.com
Please enjoy episode 6 of “Unbridled Expression with Kymberlee della Luce”! In this episode, I talk about my intention for 2022, use books as a type of tarot reading for you, give a review of the new Maggie Gyllenhall film, talk about being a complicated mother, and more.
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Please enjoy episode 5 of “Unbridled Expression with Kymberlee della Luce”! In this episode, I reveal some inspirations and talk about the importance of poetry, the value of women and mothers, and how the myths of Henry David Thoreau and Adam Smith support cultural gaslighting.
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Please enjoy episode 4 of “Unbridled Expression with Kymberlee della Luce”! In this episode, I talk about the energy of the Solstice, and how to release pain and suffering through embracing the color purple.
I pay homage to bell hooks, Prince, and my mama and talk about my struggles with boxes and keep exploring the concept of "cluster analysis" which was mentioned in last week's episode, "Transformative Obstac...
Welcome to another episode of "Unbridled Expression with Kymberlee della Luce"! In this episode, I talk about getting blocked on Instagram by "art critic" @jerrysaltz, overcoming obstacles, collective care, transformation of self and culture, and why Chani Nicholas (@chaninicholas) has a business model I am emulating.
I quote from (page 194) and recommend the book Toward Psychologies of Liberation by Mary...
Welcome to another episode of "Unbridled Expression with Kymberlee della Luce". In this episode, I talk about leaving Facebook for good, the film "The Social Network", bro culture, classism, and creating cultural change with more awareness of the whole system.
I quote from and recommend the book All About Love: New Visions by bell hooks.
There might be poetry and singing. Maybe. ;)
Welcome to Unbridled Expression with Kymberlee della Luce an intimate and raw conversation that is, well...unbridled! This episode isn't just an introduction but also an invitation to a conversation about how we can embrace our complexities and keep our humanity intact.
I quote from and recommend the book Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire.
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