Best 11 Podcasts For The Spiritually Curious
#1 You Are Worthy Of Love by Rishma Petraglia
Rishma Petraglia is an author, love coach, Reiki Master, and former matchmaker, who is currently living in Singapore. She is on a mission to help women all around the world discover their self-love, worth, and value.
Her calm and beautiful presence brings profound understanding, wisdom, and insights into her practice.
In her podcast, ‘You Are Worthy Of Love,’ Rishma Petraglia shares her stories and spiritual wisdom about dating, love, heartbreak, and relationships.
#2 Jivamukti Yoga with Jessica Stickler by Jessica Stickler
The Jivamukti Method is grounded in the original meaning of the Sanskrit word ”asana” as “seat, connection” – relationship to the Earth. It has developed a reputation as the chosen yoga style of many celebrities.
Jessica teaches the Jivamukti Method internationally in Germany, Australia, the Czech Republic, and Trinidad.
Stickler serves as a mentor in Jivamukti’s apprentice teaching program and she is an Advanced Certified Jivamukti Yoga teacher with eight years of teaching experience.
#3 Medicine Stories podcast hosted by Amber Magnolia Hill
Amber Magnolia Hill is a writer, mother, herbalist, podcaster, and teacher living in Northern California, United States.
During this podcast, Amber Magnolia Hill explores the mythic journeys we undertake when coming to know ourselves through interviews with story keepers, herbalists, consciousness explorers, ancestral listeners, earth dreamers, and many other wise people.
“For those of us who hunger for a deeper spirituality, the simplest, realest, most powerful, and most personally meaningful way to find it is to find our ancestors.” – Amber Magnolia Hill.
#4 This Wild Life by Lola Pickett
Lola Pickett is a spiritual guide and mentor for highly sensitive people, empaths, recovering people pleasers who are ready to step into their power. In addition, she is a herbalist, author, oracle, and medicine woman.
This podcast explores what it means to live more wildly in the modern world.
Note – no topic is off-limits; including relationships, parenting, nutrition, sex, and spirituality.
#5 Super Soul Conversations by Oprah
Oprah Winfrey is an influential talk show host, philanthropist, author, media personality, and actress.
She was born at home in Kosciusko, Mississippi, on January 29, 1954. Her existence is the result of what she called “a one-day fling under an oak tree.” Under the strict guidance of her grandmother, Oprah learned to read at 2 and a half years old.
The billionaire media giant is best known for hosting her own internationally popular talk show from 1986 to 2011. Also, Oprah became one of the most influential and richest women in the US.
This podcast is designed to light you up, guide you through life’s big questions and help bring you one step closer to your best self. Furthermore, you may hear Oprah’s personal selection of her interviews with best-selling authors, thought-leaders, spiritual luminaries, as well as wellness and health experts.
Inspiring guests include the following:
- Phoebe Robinson;
- Salma Hayek Pinault;
- Jessica Williams;
- Jordan Peele;
- Stephen Colbert;
- Trevor Noah;
- Yara Shahidi;
- Lin-Manuel Miranda.
#6 Mastering the Business of Yoga by Amanda Kingsmith
Amanda Kingsmith is a 20-something woman with a passion for travel, yoga, reading, writing, hiking, meeting new people, tea, and adventures.
Each episode of Mastering the Business of Yoga features different, inspiring and successful yoga teachers who share their experiences in the yoga world, and the business lessons they have learned throughout their careers.
The podcast is designed for new yoga teachers who want to create a successful career in yoga, however, they don’t know where to start, or what to do.
#7 The Numinous School Podcast by Carmen Spagnola
Carmen Spagnola is a professional intuitive and clinical hypnotherapist who has smart, soulful conversations with interesting, articulate people.
During the Numinous Podcast, Carmen Spagnola interviews a colleague, client, expert, or friend about an aspect of their spiritual life. The topics are eclectic, the lineup is diverse, and the people are down-to-earth.
”Carl Jung said that there is, within each of us, a transcendent function that knows both the origin and resolution to every problem we have. That transcendent function is readily accessed through the subconscious mind. And if the conscious, thinking mind on its own was enough to solve your problem, you’d have licked it already.” – Carmen Spagnola.
#8 Your Daily Prayer Podcast by iBelieve.com
Each weekday morning, the team of women behind iBelieve.com brings you a devotional prayer through this podcast to help you start your day in conversation with God.
#9 Sacred Wheel by Allison Carr
Allison Carr is a healer, witch, mother, writer, and licensed acupuncturist. Allison Carr is a graduate of the Blue Iris Mystery School where she trained in the skills of magic, witchcraft, and the path of the priestess, with Colette Gardiner.
Moreover, she is a certified Herbalist in Chinese Medicine as well as she is trained in Classical Five Element Acupuncture. Also, she received her Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, and her BA in history from Reed College.
During this podcast, Allison interviews healers, artists, visionaries, and magic makers about creating a world of peace, justice, delight, and beauty.
#10 The Akashic Reading Podcast by Teri Uktena
Each episode of this podcast explores an aspect of the Akashics (a compendium of all human thoughts, events, emotions, words, and intent ever to have occurred in the past, present, or future) ranging from general information on how to access it, discussions of beings who reside there and how to interact with them, tours of unusual or lesser known areas of the Akashics, healing practices, and Akashic meditations.
Moreover, the podcast has discussions about the Akashic Library and your soul book. These interesting discussions are focused on how to help you use the wisdom you gain in the Akashics to create the life you deserve and desire.
#11 Tara Brach by Tara Brach
She is an American psychologist and proponent of Buddhist meditation.
In 1998, she founded the Insight Meditation Community of Washington, DC, that is now one of the largest and most dynamic non-residential meditation centers in the US.
The podcast addresses the value of self-compassion and mindfulness meditation in relieving emotional suffering, serving spiritual awakening and bringing healing to the entire world.