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Tina Turner

The gal pals get into how important Black History is to the community before sharing their adoring love for Tina Turner. Tina is an inspiration on SO many levels. Katie talks about Tina’s life and also Tina’s newest book Happiness Becomes You which focuses more on her Baptist upbring and her Buddhist faith. Show Notes […]

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Learn about Buddhism

Dr. Leah Leach has offered to host an AMA (Ask Me Anything) about Buddhism. A practitioner of Buddhism for 30 years, she has seen His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama twice. Leah has studied the three schools of Buddhism, Vajrayana, Mahayana, and Theravada. She has concentrated studies on Zen Buddhism, Nichiren Buddhism, and Tibetan Buddhism […]

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Dakinis

Leah wraps up folk tale & myth month with the female Buddha’s of wisdom. Known in Tibetan Buddhism as Dakinis, Leah talks about how this fierce female drinks from a skull cup, stands on her own ego and cuts you free from the thing that makes you unhappy. Show Notes & Extras Gal Pals this […]

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Groundhog Day – Kate’s Take Podcast

Kate celebrates Groundhog Day with Groundhog Day! In this episode, Kate talks about the trivia behind the scenes as well as answering the question: How long was Phil stuck in his time loop? She goes deep on metaphors of tediousness, the myth of Sisyphus, psychoanalysis, trial and error, the need to deal with yourself, and […]

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Princess Mononoke – Kate’s Take Podcast

Kate continues Miyazaki month with Princess Mononoke. This episode is full of trivia on why it took this box-office recording-breaking Japanese hit 2 years to come to the United States as well as taking deep diving on the themes of this mature movie. Themes in this episode are: Infections of rage and hate The whole […]