The two secrets to achieving your goals (they’re not what you think!)

Carrie JordanLife Design

Learn how adding time for play and time for rest and self care is integral to achiveing success and wellness. Make sure these are part of your goal setting and goal planning.

I have a very important question: When was the last time you woke up completely rested…or the last time you totally lost track of time and lost yourself in the joy of play? I hope your answer is “yesterday” or “this morning”! But if the answer is that you don’t remember, let’s explore. Children lose themselves in the bliss of movement … Read More

How to choose your word of the year

Carrie JordanLife Design, Shamanism

How to choose your word of the year

We talk about how “Your word is your wand.” Choosing a word of the year, quarter, month, or week is no exception. The words that you choose to speak and the words that you choose to focus on are spells that create energetic stamps in your life. As you consider your word for the year, consider that you could choose … Read More

Learning to Care for Your Mind and Body

Carrie JordanLife Design, Womens Wisdom

By Mollie Wilson For years, stress, anxiety, and sleepiness were all part of my regular routine. I’d wake up after a restless night, eat whatever was quick, and run out the door with a messy bun, no makeup, and dark under-eye circles. These negative habits – not eating right, not sleeping, and constantly feeling stressed – took a toll on … Read More

Episode 14 : Contemporary Shamanism with Christina Pratt

Carrie JordanShamanism

Christina Pratt of the Last Mask Center. is here to talk about shamanism and how it can help us in our contemporary lives. Christina Pratt opened the Last Mask Center for Shamanic Healing in New York in 1990. She has been serving clients on both coasts since then, and she opened the Center in Portland in 2001. Christina’s training began in 1986 … Read More

9 signs your passage from childhood to adulthood is complete

Carrie JordanShamanism

Initiation into adulthood requires that we heal our past and leave childhood behind and marks a rite of passage into responsibility in the community. This can mean healing trauma, or shifting co-dependent and dysfunctional behaviors that might be present in families of origin. However, initiation and rites of passage are missing in our society and most people do not mark … Read More

How your ancestors could be holding you back

Carrie JordanLife Design, Shamanism

We all come from a long line of ancestors dating back millions of years. While our ancestors have been around for about six million years, the modern form of humans only evolved about 200,000 years ago. Our lineage includes: Those not yet born, living descendants, you, living elders, remembered dead, lineage between ancestral guides and remembered dead, ancestral guides, and … Read More

How your ancestors could be holding you back

manag3Life Design, Shamanism

Today I’m hopping on the podcast to give teaching about epigenetics, ancestral healing, and how it can help us unlock genetic code to create new possibilities in our own lives, and as a collective. As a special gift, you can get a workbook to dive into healing your ancestral lines along with this episode by becoming a patron at patreon.com/risecollective.  … Read More

Why mindset matters

Carrie JordanLife Design

What you do is only as effective as how you are being. That is because the thoughts and beliefs that make up your identity (who you are in the world) influences how you behave. Therefore, your mindset impacts your results. The brain is a machine that loves to be efficient by repeating patterns. These patterns exist in our brains as … Read More

Episode 12: Music as Activism with Darren Thompson

manag3Shamanism

Darren Thompson

Darren Thompson, Ojibwe flute player, journalist, and organizer from the Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe Reservation in Northern Wisconsin, is here to talk about his experience as a journalist and activist. He shares how his work as a musician has informed his activism and his dedication to preserving his culture. Darren Thompson is a Native American flute player, journalist, and organizer from the … Read More