Wise Women

Hosted by the wise and creative Kathleen Francis, right out of Sedona, Arizona, Gary Null Enterprises introduces the Wise Women Podcast, designed to inspire by introducing you to world-class women of wisdom with remarkable minds who are living authentically. Tune in live on Friday’s, at 4pm EST on prn.live Most importantly these wise women share seeds of wisdom and thoughts on living graciously and effectively in the hope that you’ll recognize the wisdom within yourself so that you too can make your own unique contribution to a world that needs this now more than ever.

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Wise Women - 01.20.23

Monday Jan 23, 2023

Monday Jan 23, 2023

You Can Listen to Wise Women Live Friday's @ 4PM EST

Wise Women - 01.06.23

Monday Jan 09, 2023

Monday Jan 09, 2023

Amber R. Wiltsie has been on a spiritual journey her entire lifetime. Born and raised in South Orange, New Jersey, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, New Jersey. While attending college, she met the love of her life, and they were married in 1973. They spent the next 39 years traveling the world which included a seven-year residence in Saudi Arabia.
She attended Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment for 23 years and wrote and published her first book: Ramtha and Me, One Woman’s Journey in a School of Ancient Wisdom.
While raising her three children and two grandchildren, Amber earned three Bachelor of Arts Degrees: Women’s Studies, Writing and Self-Publishing Her Book, and Monastic Studies Walking as God from Evergreen State College, in Olympia, Washington.
After her husband’s untimely death in 2010, she traveled to India and was initiated in the Oneness Teachings of Bhagavan and Amma and became a facilitator for the Oneness Movement. She also studied with Drunvalo Melchizedek and became an Internationally Certified Teacher of Awakening the Illuminated Heart.
Amber is presently facilitating the seminar, Veilwalking: Waiting for the Download to Heal Your Grieving Heart. She teaches that the pain and sorrow of grief are connected to the false belief that communication with those you love has ended. Death is not a final process, but rather it is the doorway to a new experience for you and the ones you’ve lost. Our loved ones are alive and well and want to communicate and comfort us. She conducts workshops on how to:
· Become one with the Father/Mother/Child Principle
· Connect emotionally, mentally, spiritually, and physically with your loved ones on the other side
· How to recognize the signs that communication is available and strengthen the connection.
Follow Amber on Walkingtheveil @ YouTube and Walkingtheveil @ Instagram. Amber currently resides in Rainier, Washington.

Wise Women - 12.30.22

Tuesday Jan 03, 2023

Tuesday Jan 03, 2023

Dr Ann Consorte completed her degree in Zoology at the University of New Hampshire, following graduation she enrolled in New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) in September of 1984 and graduated in December of 1987. Having a deep passion and desire to run her own practice she opened the doors of Total Health Chiropractic in July of 1989 and never looked back. She opened the doors of Total Health Chiropractic in July of 1989 in Mineola NY and continued in a thriving practice until July of 2018. During those years she was actively involved in her community serving through the Kiwanis Club, Mineola Athletic Association, the NYChiropractic Council, and the Mineola Run Club. in 2018, She moved to Cottonwood Arizona and opened Inner Journey Chiropractic to serve in her community, she started Windows of Hope, and served as the Executive Director of the Arizona Association of Chiropractic. Presently she is living in Nacogdoches, Texas where she is Coaching other Chiropractors across the country as well as, giving nutritional and supplement consultations to patients across the country. She and her husband Jim are working toward having a community garden to educate the public on the hows and whys of organic gardening, to help remove the community from having to depend on the global claw. They see a need to create a self sustainable method of living, as the quantity and quality of the food supply is at stake.
Living the Chiropractic lifestyle in all aspects of her life has inspired her children to also become Chiropractors. Dr Ann's ability to walk the walk and talk the talk has led to her success at raising up a Chiropractic office where education is the primary component. Dr Ann's greatest passion is teaching people to live a healthy lifestyle with her ultimate goal of transforming Health Care from sickness and disease care to True Health Care in which the world heals from the inside out through adapting the Chiropractic lifestyle

Wise Women - 12.16.22

Monday Dec 19, 2022

Monday Dec 19, 2022

Paula Shaw (born July 17, 1941) is an American actress. A life member of the Actors Studio,[1] Shaw has portrayed characters in numerous films and on television (including a role as prostitute on Barney Miller, season three, "Quarantine", and season four, "Bugs"). She is perhaps most well known for portraying the character of Mrs. Pamela Voorhees in the Freddy vs. Jason movie. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
 
Paula has also been a pioneer in the human potential movement for over 40 tears.  She is the Creator of The Max workshop series at Eslyn Institute that helps facilitate change in the lives of those who seek to become more of who they were meant to be. 

Wise Women - 12.06.22

Friday Dec 16, 2022

Friday Dec 16, 2022

NATALIE WARREN
A lifelong paddler and river lover, Natalie was one of the first two women to paddle over 2,000 miles from Minneapolis to Hudson Bay. From Miami, FL, Natalie’s first overnight camping experience was a two-week canoe trip through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area in Northern Minnesota through YMCA Camp Menogyn. At Menogyn, Natalie canoed for 30-days in Wabakimi Provincial Park in Ontario and 50-days on the Kazan and Kunwak Inuit Heritage Rivers in Nunavut, Canada through the arctic tundra. She has since canoed the length of the Mississippi River and won first place in the Yukon River Quest in the women’s voyageur division, paddling 444 miles in fifty-three hours. A contributing writer to outdoor publications, she has worked with Bancroft Arnesen Explore, St. Croix River Association, and River Management Society, and she started a nonprofit to present urban rivers as natural, dynamic classrooms for youth. Natalie is currently a PhD candidate researching environmental communication at the University of Minnesota, where she studies the human-nature relationship and works with the publication Open Rivers: Rethinking Water, Place, and Community. She enjoys playing music with her husband under the band name QAWALA, growing more vegetables than she can eat, and paddling the Mississippi River during sunset. Natalie lives in Minneapolis with her husband, daughter, and dog.
Follow Natalie @nwarren_writes (Instagram)
Follow Hudson Bay Bound (Facebook)

Wise Women - 11.18.22

Friday Dec 16, 2022

Friday Dec 16, 2022

Anita DeFrantz is a member of the International Olympic Committee. Anita was elected as an IOC Vice President to a second term in 2017, and also serves on the IOC Executive Board. Because she is also a lawyer, she serves on the Legal Affairs Commission of the IOC, which reviews its legal issues; on the Finance Commission, which reviews the IOC’s investments and spending plans; and is an advisor for the 2020 Tokyo Games Coordination Commission.Before she joined the ranks of the IOC, DeFrantz captained the U.S. women’s rowing team and rowed in the eight that won a bronze medal at the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games. DeFrantz served as Vice President of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee and was elected to IOC membership in 1986, making her not only the first African-American but also the first American woman to serve on the committee.In 1987, DeFrantz began her 28-year presidency, stewarding the legacy of the 1984 LA Games as President of the LA84 Foundation, which received 40% of the 1984 surplus funds, totaling $93 million.

Wise Women - 11.04.22

Monday Nov 07, 2022

Monday Nov 07, 2022

Reshma Datar
Reshy is from Pune, India. She completed her Bachelor of Arts from University of Pune and then pursued her studies in Community Welfare Work in Melbourne, Australia. After having worked in Australia within the Human Services for some years and having gone through a period of upheaval in her personal life, she ardently sought to make sense of her life. She returned to India in 2011 and gravitated towards Yoga to heal. This is when her journey to the greatest learning of the Self and optimal state of wellness began. Yoga led her to embrace life fully with awareness and compassion. In 2011, she completed her Foundation Yoga Teacher Training and Medical Yoga Therapy with Param Yoga, Pune and also went on to complete her training with them in the practice of Vinyasa, Science of Pranayama and Pilates. To further deepen her practice and understanding, she trained in the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Tradition. Her passion to do more therapeutic work led her to train in Yoga Therapy with the Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga Mysore-Kerala School in Varkala.
Reshy teaches from a place of personal experience, and likes to draw upon the ancient wisdom and healing practices of Yoga to overcome the limitations of the body and mind. She is committed to an integrated practice of asanas, pranayama, chanting and meditation. Her teaching style encourages correct alignment, synchronization of breath and movement, and awareness of body-mind-breath. She also works extensively with individuals with specific needs by using props, Iyengar therapy principles and the principles of Viniyoga propounded by Sri Desikacharyaji. Reshy expresses deep gratitude to her Guru, all her teachers, her family, all the beautiful beings who help her evolve, and to life itself for the love, guidance and inspiration.
Reshma is a management and special needs supervisor and uses her Yoga holistic approach in helping many injured animals at Goa, a shelter home for abused, injured, and malnourished cows and other animals in India.

Wise Women - 10.21.22

Monday Oct 24, 2022

Monday Oct 24, 2022

Cynthia J. Olivera is a Master Medicinal Aromatherapist and the Educational Director for Wisdom of the Earth. She teaches Wisdom of the Earth’s Level I and the Level II Advanced Aromatherapy Sacred retreats with Audre Gutierrez, both in-person and online.
Cynthia J. Olivera is an author, a World Spirit Guide™️, medicine woman, and sage, and teaches people to use medicinal essences to help shift old paradigms and patterns for dynamic self-healing. As the director and founder of the Inner Landscape Work™️, a movement/meditation process for self-empowerment, and the founder of The Sacred Practice of Anointing, she travels internationally to teach plant consciousness to the growing movement of medicinal aromatherapists, meditators, and sacred anointers.  She is the author of The Book of Anointing, a spiritual journey into the rebellious art of sacred anointing. This art has been with us for thousands of years and has touched the hearts, minds, and souls of humanity. The anointers of the ancient world were wisdom-keepers and knew the power of essential oils to consecrate, heal, and awaken the soul. Cynthia Olivera’s book brings you into the sacred art of anointing as an Act of Love in the modern world.
Cynthia has a B.S. in Education from New York University and taught at the prestigious Bank Street School for Children in NYC. She developed a movement process called The OMM (The Olivera Method of Movement) and taught teachers throughout New England and the Tri-state area.
Cynthia Olivera is not your usual aromatherapist. Her lineage is built upon a generation of mother curanderos from the Caribbean and backward in time to the high kingdoms of Africa and the Mediterranean. She happily touts her Puerto Rican roots for her feisty, energetic, and friendly aura; but something deeper emerges when Cynthia plumbs hidden depths of knowledge with the "oils” for her clients and students.
You can contact Cynthia at cynodance@gmail.com or purchase her book at https://www.thebookofanointing.com/

Wise Women - 10.14.22

Tuesday Oct 18, 2022

Tuesday Oct 18, 2022

Samaire Armstrong is a Sedona native, an actress, writer, director and one of few people to be certified in Classical Japanese Battlefield Training, an honor most difficult to achieve.
In 2021, Samaire finally left Hollywood and moved back home in hopes her son could now have the wholesome and loving quality of life that she had experienced in Sedona. But upon her return to Sedona, Samaire observed that the community she had grown up in had made some of its own changes—for the worse.  “We have always had tourism here, but the balance that once complemented our lives is now gone.”  Throughout the months after her return, an increasing number of long-time Sedona families and friends have encouraged Samaire to run for Mayor of Sedona.  They are looking for someone equipped to lead the fight for the necessary change in restoring balance and integrity to the Sedona they once knew.
Samaire’s love for our community and keeping it whole and vibrant for her son and future generations is what motivates her.  Without question, she is battle-tested and will fight to redirect Sedona, to protect the interests of Sedona’s residents, businesses, and sacred land.
 

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