June 15, 2022

No Ovaries, No Opinion

Cory Kingstrom joins the episode for another Recorded Conversation.

Today, we discuss masculine trauma and how it seems like we live in a society that says, "no ovaries, then no opinion."
We then discuss expectation versus standards and question if we can toss out the words altogether. We discuss realists versus romantics and why the balance of safety and surprise is necessary for an erotic relationship. 

Cory then confronts a vulnerable challenge, putting Danielle on the spot. 


February 16, 2022

Embrace the Suck

Cory Kingstrom joins the conversation for the 100th episode!

What we discuss:

Community Energy via Agricultural Philosophy

Durham Testimony

Clinton the Spy- her ties to Russia

Media Idolatry

Trudeau the Tyrant

Trucker Convoy in Canada

Tracking truckers

Protests that divide= good
Protests that unite= bad

Freaking BOOMERS!

Rejection of Collectivism

Government Gaslighting

Rules for thee, but not for me

Superbowl Spectacle- feasts and circuses will keep them from revolting

Glenn Beck's The Great Reset: a mini book review

Kanye and Kim- Confessions of trauma

Elites versus the rest of the world
Hunger Games Shit
1984 Shit

They're coming for the podcasters- Spotify and censorship and what it's really about

Big Pharma and Power

ESG- digital dollar, social credit score

Embrace the suck

Evidence of failure

Chaos is beautiful

We're all drama queens seeking chaos rather than order

Wake up Grateful



February 8, 2022

Politics Anonymous

In this episode, Jim Babka joins the conversation.
We discuss ZAP (Zero Aggression Principle), what a Libertarian is, the 300, Option Activism, transpartisan reform bills such as the One Subject at a Time Act. We also discuss how we can change the tone of engagement by embracing respect for all humans, even if we disagree. How do consumers have the power and what we can do to protect the liberty and autonomy of the individual? Jim Babka is best known as the President of Agenda Setters by Downsize DC, where he co-authored the Read the Bills Act and One Subject at a Time Act. He's editor-at-large for the Advocates for Self-Government, home of the World's Smallest Political Quiz. Jim is also the co-creator of the Zero Aggression Project and a Colleague at The Foundation for Harmony & Prosperity. Jim has hosted his own syndicated radio show and guest-hosted others. Previously, he served as the Executive Director of RealCampaignReform.org which took a lawsuit all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Before that, he was the Press Secretary for Harry Browne for President (2000). You can find Jim's work at: Agenda Setters by Downsize DC. https://downsizedc.org/ ZAP https://zeroaggressionproject.org/ And on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jbabka https://www.facebook.com/JimBabkainPu.
February 5, 2022

Covid Operation Part 3

In this episode, Danielle reads an excerpt from "COVID Operation, What Happened, Why It Happened, and What's Next" by Pamela Popper and Shane Prier.

Part 3 focuses on our good friend, the Microsoft Monopolizer, Billy Gates. 
You'll hear shocking information about his upbringing, his plans to control the population, and the sinister plots of the BMGF to sterilize Africa. 


February 4, 2022

Covid Operation Part 2

In this episode, Danielle reads an excerpt from "COVID Operation, What Happened, Why It Happened, and What's Next" by Pamela A. Popper and Shane D. Prier

How can a populace be so deceived? It starts with education. Do you know how few people can comprehend speech beyond a 6th-grade level? Do you know how many people have never been taught to think critically or independently? Stick around for the (20-minute) reading and quick discussion. Be sure to share your thoughts! 


February 4, 2022

Covid Operation Part 1

In this episode, Danielle shares excerpts from a new book called "COVID Operation, What Happened, Why it Happened, and What's Next" by Pamela A. Popper and Shane D. Prier

Part 1 focuses on the H1N1 "pandemic" of 2010. 

History repeats. Do you have all the information?

January 10, 2022

Mass Hypnosis Hysteria

Glenn Klein joins the conversation. 


Glenn Klein returns to the podcast to tackle new topics. It's almost easier to tell you what this podcast is NOT about. 

But a few takeaways:

  • The Calendar doesn't change a damn thing, but change is the only thing that is constant. 
  • What fear will do to you: mass formation psychosis
  • President Liden
  • Pandemic Panic
  • Strategies that effect change
  • What can Oregano do for you?
  • How to prevent disease
  • Meditation and Mindsets- prevent hypnosis

To connect with Glenn Klein and learn more about his coaching and writing, check out these websites:



For the Dr. Mattias Desmet podcast:


For Danielle's latest blog on mass psychosis formation:


To learn more about what Danielle does:




December 29, 2021

Talking TikTok

Cory Kingstrom joins the discussion for the final episode of the year.
Looking forward to 2022

But first, Truths of 2021

The Conversation:

Men and Women have different sets of priorities

Why expect men to know what women know and women to know what men know?

The emotional vs. logical dualism

The New feminism= scapegoat to men?
The Matrix- Resurrections- spoiler alert!

Feelings are not accusations.
Expressing feelings should not create arguments. You don’t need to argue about what you feel.

Your feelings are YOUR property. We must stop assigning ownership of our own independent feelings to others, including our partners, no matter what their behavior or actions are. My feelings are mine. Your actions are yours. We are each responsible for our own.

Risk and Reward- Do men work the dirtier and more dangerous jobs?
Do women really want equality?


December 1, 2021

The Polyamory Experiment

The Polyamory Experiment joins the conversation.

(The guest will remain anonymous throughout the episode)

A Book that Encourages Affairs?

Starting out from lover to husband

Different backgrounds and different expectations

No immediate jealousy of flirtation

“I cannot promise to be faithful”

What happens when you stop talking

Conflict from lack of reflection

Pandemic Polyamory

Primary Relationship

Establishing Needs and Boundaries

We have no right to demand more, but only the opportunity to ask for more politely



Sex with my husband was my legos


Easier to deal with men than women


You can follow my friend, the Polyamory Experiment here on Twitter:


Find me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DKingstrom

On TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@daniellekingstrom1?lang=en


November 26, 2021

Naked in the New House

Cory joins the conversation today.

Naked Podcast.

New House

Wood Lake

Sustainable farming

Sustainable gardening Ideas

Growing food for the world that is nutrient dense and waste reductive

Healthy food, seasonal eating

Michael Pollan


Food Waste

Food Prep is a good idea

Do you wanna talk about Joe Biden? Not really. But here we go.

What goes on out there DOES NOT EFFECT YOU

Biden farting faux pas

What’s real is what you can touch

What is beauty

I like watching you ponder

Triggers arise when you are challenging the self for personal accountability

Your result is your fault

The Ex Business Partners

Comparative Narrative

The 3 C’s of Fuckery: Comparison, Competition, Contrast

Validate Yourself

I’m fucking awesome!

Social Media Metrics for Life are False

Fear of Failure

First Attempt In Learning- FAIL

Trucking Shortage?

Apocalypse Now

Intercepting Inflation

Do we have it good? Are our lives abundant already?

Waste is a Problem

Do we need an economic and social reset?

Funding skin upgrades of Fortnight accounts- embarrassing

Don’t Be a Money Nazi

Talk about spending money before spending money- frugality

Retail Regret is a thing

Remember when we were preppers?

Little House on the Prairie Fantasy

Fuck Camping

Does Society benefit from cyclical chaos?

You cannot control nature





November 11, 2021

Monologue: Empathy Erasure

In this episode, Danielle reads her latest blog: Empathy Erasure: The Remedy is Curiosity

Listen along to why Danielle believes empathy is being erased and how you can remedy it with curiosity. 



On this episode, Danielle corrects inaccurate information from a previous episode. 

Rape on a Train, while others recorded. What is our society morphing into? 

How do we wrestle with wanting to see God in every unfortunate event?

Self-awareness is exhausting.

Confronting the big elephant in the room. Addressing the departure from the book I was writing with author Matthew Distefano. 

Why blocking people and acting like they don't exist isn't healthy. 

Why I can appreciate my previous experiences rather than hate on them.

The attention we crave versus the attention we receive. 



Danielle holds the mic for this monologue session. 
Come and listen while Danielle shares insight from terminating relationships. 

- Balanced Empathy- what it is and why don't we demand it?
- Balanced Responsibility- why do so many try to relinquish the responsibility of relationships?

-Stagnancy- why don't people want to change?

-Knowledge isn't salvation, love for the self is salvation

-Bring Joy to yourself


Hat tip to @_shannastar_ on TikTok for her amazing insight on awakening. 


October 6, 2021

The Ethicist & Entheogens

Dr. Sandra Dreisbach joins the conversation. We discuss her work in ethics, entheogens, and healing. 

It was nice connecting to another woman to have a deep discussion about psychedelics and how they can positively impact our lives. Sandra also shares some redirects to Native Indigenous tribes and what we can learn from them about plant medicine. 

Have you ever wondered if psychedelics interfere or interrupt your menstrual cycle? Dr. Dresibach shares some insight as to how and why. 

We tip our hats to the fabulous book Psychedelic Mysteries of the Feminine and share our own experiences with psychedelics.

* Available at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Psychedelic-Mysteries-Feminine-Creativity-Ecstasy-ebook/dp/B07H2M6S7J/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2LDVQ707CB6I0&dchild=1&keywords=psychedelic+mysteries+of+the+feminine&qid=1633559882&sprefix=psychedelic+mysterie%2Caps%2C217&sr=8-1 



(From her website:)

About Dr. Sandra Dreisbach

Sandra is a Love & Worthiness Expert who is grounded both in theory and in practice bridging the gap between ethics at the university, intuitive insight and real life ethical decision making. She received her Phd in Philosophy where her research focused on ethical decision making and moral psychology.

She currently works with both individuals and groups as a private consultant, author, speaker and healer. Her focus is on helping individuals in both their personal and professional life to love themselves and to live authentically through personal value discovery and decision making that is in alignment with their values.

Sandra is also a lecturer for the University of California, Santa Cruz in both the Philosophy and Bimolecular Engineering Departments primarily teaching ethics courses. Sandra founded the Ethics Bowl program at UCSC as well as coached and trained teams of students in ethics debate on ethics case studies where students explore their own values and moral positions on current events and discuss cooperatively with each other and in debate competitions that foster discussion of the moral issues. She is also an affiliate of the UCSC Center for Public Philosophy.

Sandra also worked for several years in the tech industry in both hardware and software engineering departments working for large companies like Apple as well as small start-up companies.

She is also one of the founders of ​Ethical Resolve, an ethics consulting company that works directly with both small and large businesses, and is an affiliate consultant for them.

​In addition, Sandra is a Master Reiki Practitioner trained in two Reiki lineages: traditional Eastern Usui Reiki Ryogo lineage through Santa Cruz Reiki Works; and, by Reiki Master Teacher and Energy Intuitive, Marie Manuchehri, in the Western Takata-Hayashi lineage.

Follow her on Facebook, Instagram or simply go to her site at www.OnDemandLove.com

You can also find Dr. Dreisbach on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sandradreisbach


September 27, 2021

We Are All God- Satan is God?

In this episode, Jack Coleman joins the conversation. Jack is a Mindset Mentor for Holistic Awareness and Balance. His passion is backed by the desire to help “demystify” philosophies, concepts, and principles we believe are unattainable, unfathomable, and even unrelatable.

We discuss how we are all God, how to find God- in people, places, and things, and also how to receive the truth that makes us feel uncomfortable. Jack breaks down why questions can trigger an emotional and reactive response from us, considering that when we are triggered by questions, it is because we are hiding a lie or protecting a truth.

We also delve into the discussion of psychedelics and how plant medicines can benefit many individuals.

For more information about Jack Coleman, his services, or how to connect with him, you can find him on Facebook at jackcoleman369 or by clicking on his website: https://jackcoleman.live

Enjoy the episode. Drop your comments below to further participate in the conversation. Like what you hear? Share it with a friend whom you believe would benefit from this compassionate consideration of a new perspective.


Want to connect with me?
Visit https://www.daniellekingstrom.com/


August 18, 2021

The Drunk Dialogue

Cory and Danielle record a candid conversation about sex. Polyamory, transcendence, objectification, TikTok videos, and even some ideas about how sex can be used as literal therapy, are all discussed. 


Skye Silverwind joins the conversation today. 

We discuss how we may be more afraid of ourselves than of others, how we can't beat the system, but we can subvert it. Skye shares what he is learning about erotically embodying himself and how that positively impacts his new relationship with Lauren. We jump all over the place from anarchy to politics, eroticism, sex techniques, and more. 

This is not a child-friendly discussion, so be cautious about listening ears. 

To connect with Skye Silverwind, check out his Facebook page: 


April 5, 2021

Take Journies

Guy Allen joins the conversation. 

Guy and Danielle have been social media friends for some time, starting off with challenges and differences, the friendship almost didn't blossom. 

Today, Guy shares his recent journies, physical and spiritual, as we embark on discussions from Druidism, paganism, traditional witchcraft, box builders, heretics, influencers with fancier labels, how technology is becoming the new god, and what psychedelics have revealed.

Guy shares his story here on episode 84. 


Today, Tim Higgins joins the conversation. Tim Higgins is the author of The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached. We join together to discuss the Sermon on the Mount, A Kaepernick Meme that created an argument over Facebook, and we tackle the topic of revenge. 

The Red Pill of Jesus

Anyone can be brainwashed.

Cult of Trump

Domestic Abuse and the Church

Is it too late to apologize? 

Kill them with Kindness—it will be like heaping hot coals on their head. 

What's it like to have the olive branch rejected?

The baker should have baked 2 cakes—go the extra mile.

To connect with Tim, you can find him on Facebook:

Or check out his website:

Buy the Book: The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached





March 22, 2021

Sex, With God

Suzanne DeWitt Hall joins today’s conversation. 

Suzanne is a writer who’s authored many books, three of which we discuss today: Theology of Desire, Sex with God, and Sleeper, Awake

Suzanne shares her story of religious unlearning by way of devotional deconstruction. Her books are delectable snacks for the individual who finds themselves smack in the middle of religious deconstruction and unsure of which questions to ask or why. 

We discuss how encouraging her devotionals are for those who are also going through an erotic transformation, questioning their sexual identity, orientation, and how one relates and reflects the sexual attribute from God. 

We tackle issues surrounding purity culture and the toxic programs, she shares a reimagined depiction of Jesus as "sexy and flirtatious," and we talk about the steamiest scenes in the Bible that highlight the nature of God. 

When asked how one can discern their desires, she advises that we learn to check "ourselves when we're turning someone else into a thing that satisfies us, rather than a person who is worthy of connection, respect, and love." 

A healthy desire is one that brings wholeness, not only to the one who desires but the one who is desired, especially physically, intimately, sexually. 

Suzanne touches on two ideas that are not regularly discussed when considering consent: Sometimes, we say "yes" but we don't really mean "yes." and the privilege of being able to say "no."


To connect with Suzanne DeWitt Hall, and learn more about her work and purchase her books, check the links before. 







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