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Grit and Grace

Grit and Grace

Tahverlee

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Grit and Grace Podcast with Tahverlee is about strong women doing amazing things in business, fitness and crushing life! Tahverlee interviews some of the most remarkable women who have been so helpful in her entrepreneurial journey and shares the trials and triumphs on their success.

Latest Episodes

A Vessel for Lightworkers

ETahverlee is joined by Pedro Garcia, who set out on his spiritual journey seeking to find an answer to his depression and anxiety. Along his journey, he came to understand that he had the power to create a better life for himself.

61 min19 h ago
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A Vessel for Lightworkers

Why We Work with the Dark Goddess

EIn this episode of Grit and Grace, Tahverlee speaks with Heather Dawn (Mishi) about the concept of darkness as reflection of light. Mishi ultimately teaches that fearing the darkness within us is denying ourselves half of ourselves. Toward the end of the episode, she advocates for this, saying, “no one wants a 50-percenter.” Moving on, they briefly discuss Mishi’s tattoos of dark goddesses, one of them being Lilith. Mishi loves Lilith for her history of empowering her voice. Do we call on the dark goddesses when we need them? It’s really important to get in touch with the right dark goddesses so that you can understand and make use of the dark goddess’s energy. They also briefly talk about the mythology of Lilith in the Jewish tradition, the rising up of the woman as the snake, and the nourishing nature of destruction —how it heals and empowers. Death and rebirth is a recurring theme. This leads Tahverlee and Mishi to ask: what exactly is destructive? You also need to consider the many paths of witchcraft so as not to confuse them. Ultimately, though, they are not concerned with dark magic. They only want people to be able to control your own energies. Remember, if your intentions are pure, you can’t go wrong. And as always, the rules are there are no rules. The esoteric is picking up more speed than in the past hundred years, so we have to be watchful. There’s risk in trying to teach others to harness their own power. Mishi is a “mother, a high priestess, tattoo enthusiast, music lover, healer, moon fanatic, non-conformist, ritual master, and sacred rebel who loves to celebrate the feminine form.” https://www.facebook.com/CocoCoquetteDenver/ Tahverlee is a Social Impact Entrepreneur, Founder of Tahverlee's Tribe and Temple Keeper at the Moon Temple Mystery School. https://www.moontempleschool.com/ https://www.instagram.com/tahverlee/ https://www.instagram.com/moontempleschool/ https://tahverlee.com/

44 min3 w ago
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Why We Work with the Dark Goddess

Working with Tarot

EMeet Shoshanna, a master of the divination tool that is tarot and a teacher at the Moon Temple Mystery School.

43 minSEP 18
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Working with Tarot

Remembering Why You Came Here

EEphraim says they are universal stories and if you understand the archetypes you came into this life with, you realize that those are the stories you want to live and the lessons you want to learn. Remembering that we chose this lifetime and that we wanted to live it all helps us through times of trial and tribulation.

53 minSEP 1
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Remembering Why You Came Here

Changes Coming to This Show

ETahverlee shares all the changes coming to this show!

30 minAUG 25
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Changes Coming to This Show

Meet the Twin Psychics

EChinhee and Sunhee share their path to opening their gifts and the healing they bring to all the come in contact with. Its the Twin Psychics!

74 minAUG 18
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Meet the Twin Psychics

#123 Briana Lynn Returns

ETahverlee is joined a second time, with Rev. Briana Lynn. They discuss spirituality, prayer, systematic oppression, and the work we all need to do in ourselves and in the world.

47 minJUL 16
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#123 Briana Lynn Returns

Real Talk with Isah

ETahverlee’s guest on this episode of Grit and Grace is Isah Maazing, a fitness coach, Grrrl ambassador, and cultural influencer. Isah was gracious enough to take the time to have this conversation with us to discuss the recent uprising against racial injustice in the U.S. Isah and Tahverlee start out the episode talking about social distancing and the ways in which this quarantine provided the perfect opportunity for people to become aware of the atrocities that have been perpetrated against the Black community for hundreds of years. Although of course we wish this awareness could have come without the loss of life, but the past few weeks have been a wake up call for many groups all over the country, particularly white men and women, who were not previously aware of the plights of minority groups. Isah describes her experience living as a Black woman in the military and explains that while she might not experience blatant racism on a daily basis, she does experience microaggressions very frequently by people who are speaking out of ignorance or actual hate. Isah points out that the journey to becoming an anti-racist is a marathon, which will take years and many, many conversations to make significant progress. The most important thing to keep in mind is that being an ally is an action – you can’t just say you are anti-racist; you have to demonstrate it with your actions. Advocate for systematic changes in your local government, in your educational system, in your community, and in your family. If you have a platform, use it to amplify Black voices. Contact Isah Maazing here: https://www.instagram.com/isahmaazing/ Tahverlee is a Social Impact Entrepreneur, Founder of Tahverlee's Tribe and Spiritual Coach: www.tahverlee.com

46 minJUL 7
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Real Talk with Isah

#121 Raw and Passionate Transformation

ESabrina Lynn joins the show to talk about the feminine reclamation, spiritual awakening and how she transforms the lives of thousands of women around the globe.

55 minJUN 30
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#121 Raw and Passionate Transformation

#120 Why Diversity Training is Failing

At a time when critical conversations matter the most, Summer Nettles joins to show to share her expertise on what is working and what is not working when it comes to equality.

47 minJUN 23
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#120 Why Diversity Training is Failing

Latest Episodes

A Vessel for Lightworkers

ETahverlee is joined by Pedro Garcia, who set out on his spiritual journey seeking to find an answer to his depression and anxiety. Along his journey, he came to understand that he had the power to create a better life for himself.

61 min19 h ago
Comments
A Vessel for Lightworkers

Why We Work with the Dark Goddess

EIn this episode of Grit and Grace, Tahverlee speaks with Heather Dawn (Mishi) about the concept of darkness as reflection of light. Mishi ultimately teaches that fearing the darkness within us is denying ourselves half of ourselves. Toward the end of the episode, she advocates for this, saying, “no one wants a 50-percenter.” Moving on, they briefly discuss Mishi’s tattoos of dark goddesses, one of them being Lilith. Mishi loves Lilith for her history of empowering her voice. Do we call on the dark goddesses when we need them? It’s really important to get in touch with the right dark goddesses so that you can understand and make use of the dark goddess’s energy. They also briefly talk about the mythology of Lilith in the Jewish tradition, the rising up of the woman as the snake, and the nourishing nature of destruction —how it heals and empowers. Death and rebirth is a recurring theme. This leads Tahverlee and Mishi to ask: what exactly is destructive? You also need to consider the many paths of witchcraft so as not to confuse them. Ultimately, though, they are not concerned with dark magic. They only want people to be able to control your own energies. Remember, if your intentions are pure, you can’t go wrong. And as always, the rules are there are no rules. The esoteric is picking up more speed than in the past hundred years, so we have to be watchful. There’s risk in trying to teach others to harness their own power. Mishi is a “mother, a high priestess, tattoo enthusiast, music lover, healer, moon fanatic, non-conformist, ritual master, and sacred rebel who loves to celebrate the feminine form.” https://www.facebook.com/CocoCoquetteDenver/ Tahverlee is a Social Impact Entrepreneur, Founder of Tahverlee's Tribe and Temple Keeper at the Moon Temple Mystery School. https://www.moontempleschool.com/ https://www.instagram.com/tahverlee/ https://www.instagram.com/moontempleschool/ https://tahverlee.com/

44 min3 w ago
Comments
Why We Work with the Dark Goddess

Working with Tarot

EMeet Shoshanna, a master of the divination tool that is tarot and a teacher at the Moon Temple Mystery School.

43 minSEP 18
Comments
Working with Tarot

Remembering Why You Came Here

EEphraim says they are universal stories and if you understand the archetypes you came into this life with, you realize that those are the stories you want to live and the lessons you want to learn. Remembering that we chose this lifetime and that we wanted to live it all helps us through times of trial and tribulation.

53 minSEP 1
Comments
Remembering Why You Came Here

Changes Coming to This Show

ETahverlee shares all the changes coming to this show!

30 minAUG 25
Comments
Changes Coming to This Show

Meet the Twin Psychics

EChinhee and Sunhee share their path to opening their gifts and the healing they bring to all the come in contact with. Its the Twin Psychics!

74 minAUG 18
Comments
Meet the Twin Psychics

#123 Briana Lynn Returns

ETahverlee is joined a second time, with Rev. Briana Lynn. They discuss spirituality, prayer, systematic oppression, and the work we all need to do in ourselves and in the world.

47 minJUL 16
Comments
#123 Briana Lynn Returns

Real Talk with Isah

ETahverlee’s guest on this episode of Grit and Grace is Isah Maazing, a fitness coach, Grrrl ambassador, and cultural influencer. Isah was gracious enough to take the time to have this conversation with us to discuss the recent uprising against racial injustice in the U.S. Isah and Tahverlee start out the episode talking about social distancing and the ways in which this quarantine provided the perfect opportunity for people to become aware of the atrocities that have been perpetrated against the Black community for hundreds of years. Although of course we wish this awareness could have come without the loss of life, but the past few weeks have been a wake up call for many groups all over the country, particularly white men and women, who were not previously aware of the plights of minority groups. Isah describes her experience living as a Black woman in the military and explains that while she might not experience blatant racism on a daily basis, she does experience microaggressions very frequently by people who are speaking out of ignorance or actual hate. Isah points out that the journey to becoming an anti-racist is a marathon, which will take years and many, many conversations to make significant progress. The most important thing to keep in mind is that being an ally is an action – you can’t just say you are anti-racist; you have to demonstrate it with your actions. Advocate for systematic changes in your local government, in your educational system, in your community, and in your family. If you have a platform, use it to amplify Black voices. Contact Isah Maazing here: https://www.instagram.com/isahmaazing/ Tahverlee is a Social Impact Entrepreneur, Founder of Tahverlee's Tribe and Spiritual Coach: www.tahverlee.com

46 minJUL 7
Comments
Real Talk with Isah

#121 Raw and Passionate Transformation

ESabrina Lynn joins the show to talk about the feminine reclamation, spiritual awakening and how she transforms the lives of thousands of women around the globe.

55 minJUN 30
Comments
#121 Raw and Passionate Transformation

#120 Why Diversity Training is Failing

At a time when critical conversations matter the most, Summer Nettles joins to show to share her expertise on what is working and what is not working when it comes to equality.

47 minJUN 23
Comments
#120 Why Diversity Training is Failing
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