In today's episode, I talk about the importance of identifying areas in your life where you feel depleted and finding what fills you and brings you joy.
Music and editing by Gabrilla Ballard
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Today's episode centers on the fact that sometimes we go looking outside yourself for answers, when what you seek is already in of us.
Music by Gabrilla Ballard
Music by Gabrilla Ballard
Sometimes when you establish boundaries, everyone won't be on board and they will want to leave. That's ok.
Rebecca Thompson is an award-winning international political consultant and Clarity Coach who helps high achieving Black womxn transform their lives from the inside out. She has inspired audiences around the world with her story.
Now that we have been in this new normal, I wanted to check in. I'm excited to be back.
Interview with Writer and Author of No Thanks: Black, Female, and Living in the Martyr-Free Zone, Keturah Kendrick.
Music: "What's going on? " (Instrumental) by GaBrilla Ballard
Today’s episode kicks off our first monthly interview of season 3. Today’s interview is with healer, artist and world traveler Lisa Marie who recently visited Colombia. In part 1 of this two-part interview, Lisa Marie discusses self-love and tenderness in the lives of Black Women.
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S3 Episode 1: New Direction
Welcome to the beginning of a new season. Procrastination or what can be perceived as such, isn't always about avoiding doing our work. Sometimes procrastination and/ or hesitation can be a sign that there is something not right. That you need to reconsider a choice you’re making or move in another direction.
Today’s episode is a result of me taking a step back to rethink and ultimately re-envision the direction of this podcast. To begin moving in a direction that excites me and feels more aligned with my life’s work. And to focus more on a subject I am very passionate about--The Well-Being of Black Women. Enjoy today's episode.
About Today’s Guest:
kei slaughter (pronouns: they/them) is a Soul-Folk Sonic Storyteller conjuring bokou magik from deep New Orleans roots. A dynamic Vocalist, Songwriter, Flutist, Multi-Instrumentalist, and Board-Certified Music Therapist, kei delights audiences with their soulful, smart, and highly inventive compositions. In addition to writing and playing for a range of cross-disciplinary projects, kei also uses music as a tool for healing and social change in their heartwork with LGBTQ+POC and Youth of Color communities.
Recently, kei launched S O U L F O L K Sounds, a radical community music and sound healing practice for the People, lovingly centering Queer Black Magik and QTPOC Kin. In Spring 2018, kei won the Delgado Songwriting Contest and within the last year wrote, produced, and independently released their debut album, Dark Fire. Beyond the stage, kei is a whimsy pencil enthusiast/collector and creator of The Pencil Fairy. Learn more and follow the journey: keislaughter.com.
Dark Fire by key slaughter
(Song) Sleeping Dragons (artist) Lobo Loco (album) Habitable Spheres—2018
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The RadicalMagicalMagical Brilliance Podcast is created and produced by GaBrilla Ballard
This is the first episode of Season 2 of RadicalMagicalBrilliance. It has been a long time, but we are back and I am so excited about this upcoming season.
My thoughts on Missouri within a larger historical context.
Interview with poet, author and playwright Arisa White
Interview with Scholar, Vocalist and Healer Amber McZeal
In Episode 5, I reflect on where I was during Hurricane Katrina 10 years ago.
In this episode, I ponder the notion of stepping outside of boxes and re-imagining how we can be, live and create.
Interview with Yoga Teacher and Activist, Chanelle John