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by Kelly Tatham

Hosted by Kelly Tatham, this podcast is packed with dynamic conversations and ideas about shifting paradigms, touching on subjects like social justice, politics, protest, modernity, art and culture, alchemy, and the human experience.

Instagram: @changeinthemultiverse TikTok: @loveandthemultiverse

Podcast episodes

  • Season 1

  • The Evolution of God with Elianne El Amyouni

    The Evolution of God with Elianne El Amyouni

    Elianne El Amyouni aka Twitchy Witch is back on the podcast! Elianne is a PhD candidate in the Palestinian political identity with a Masters in Jungian Dream Analysis and Occult Symbology. She shares from her life growing up in a household with parents who taught her to question everything -- especially dominant narratives -- and explains how out of a pantheon of gods, a singular God emerged and evolved through the religions of the West. We also talk tarot, bias, gaslighting, free will, and how stories shape the world.

  • #24 "NOPE" Explained (No, like, Really, Really Explained) with Sherrie Jackson

    #24 "NOPE" Explained (No, like, Really, Really Explained) with Sherrie Jackson

    Does consciousness create reality?! Sherrie Jackson blows our minds with her NOPE "tulpa" theory and Kelly offers esoteric insights to back her up. Check out Sherrie's blog for in-depth film analysis and fun: https://thefoolio.substack.com/

  • #23 What's Going On in Iran? with Kia Zahrabi

    #23 What's Going On in Iran? with Kia Zahrabi

    Organizer, artist, and engineer Kia Zahrabi speaks with Kelly about the one year anniversary of Mahsa Amini's death, the history of hijab laws in Iran, Iranians' ongoing struggle and revolution against the Islamic Regime, Zoroastrianism, and the embers burning just below the surface. Follow Nazanin Boniadi, Iranian Knowledge, Amplify Iran, Iranian Diaspora Collective, United for Masha, Center for Human Rights in Iran, Gol Farahani, and nsuncollective.

  • #22 Getting Out of Survival Mode with Amrita Ahuja

    #22 Getting Out of Survival Mode with Amrita Ahuja

    Amrita Ahuja, the Founder of Groundwork, speaks to Kelly about the challenges of living in the upside down world, how we've normalized to being in survival mode, the pain underneath it all, closing the small gaps, and being in service of something greater than ourselves. Follow Amrita @groundwork.xyz

  • #21 The Most Spiritual Thing We Can Do Is Be Human with Molly Jane

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    #21 The Most Spiritual Thing We Can Do Is Be Human with Molly Jane

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    No! More! Energetic! Liabilities! This is message reverberating from Oracle, energy reader, and world traveler Molly Jane. In this episode, we talk about being the human, grid work, meeting in Guatemala, the Barbie movie, pushing the edges of your psyche, ending the “Five of Wands” struggle within your self, and the necessity of having fun.