Candid conversations revealing the miraculous in the marginal, the mundane and the everyday messes of life.
Hosts Maureen Whitehouse and Christian Camarena introduce listeners to the world of Miracle Renegade, a show that explores the miracles in the marginal, the mundane and the everyday messes of life.
With polarizing politics, pandemics and panic being intricately woven into most of our everyday lives, many of us are feeling exhausted and confused. How do we transcend the pain and unveil all of the miraculous opportunities that are present even in the midst of chaos?
This special premier episode of the Miracle Renegade Podcast will reveal and highlight exactly how to see miracles in the midst of mayhem – so you can show up with awareness for your own good and the good of all, whenever a challenge arises.
While many people turn to the media and wade through copious amounts of information regarding the covid-19 world crisis, hosts Maureen and Christian suggest an alternative source of helpful and healing information in times of challenge: your innate intuition, or “the Voice of your own best interest”.
Many of us have been “at home” a lot lately.
COVID-19 and the related lockdown has forced millions of us world-wide to work from home, eat at home and spend extra time at home with the people we love (or like…or thought we liked…or just have to live with…) In this episode of Miracle Renegade, Maureen and Christian talk about how to look beyond the stress of feeling locked up and the worry of sickness or financial survival, to take advantage of a very rare opportunity for reflection. As it turns out, “Coming Home” can be a powerful metaphor for the process of Self-discovery that this pandemic makes possible.
In Special Episode 4 of the Miracle Renegade podcast, Christian breaches the subject of depression with co-host and spiritual teacher Maureen. Drawing from his personal experiences, he asks: Is the Coronavirus – which is making self-isolation and social distancing a necessity in 2020 – affecting all of our mental health for the worse? And if it is, “How do you root out that depression?” Maureen’s answer lies in our willingness to step back from the illusions we see through the body’s eyes, turning instead to Source for what is True.
In Special Episode 5 of the Miracle Renegade podcast, co-hosts Christian and Maureen talk about death – and in doing so, they reveal what the purpose of life truly is.
This Bonus Episode of the Miracle Renegade Podcast was recorded just days after the murder of George Floyd, and months into the COVID-19 pandemic. Hosts Maureen and Christian talk about what the road to ultimate freedom will look like in the wake of these tragic events, while also sharing a miraculous stance on the Black Lives Matter movement and the most effective path to healing.
Thanks to the Coronavirus Pandemic, 2020 has become the year of slowing down. Though it’s been a confusing and often tragic experience for people around the world, many of us have also discovered within it the opportunity to know ourselves better. In Special Episode 7 of the Miracle Renegade podcast, Christian asks co-host and spiritual teacher Maureen how we can continue to embrace the change of pace and hold onto this new-found sense of self, even post COVID-19.
A follow-up to Maureen and Christian’s last episode about slowing down, Special Episode #8 takes it a step further and dives into stillness. One of the great paradoxes in spirituality, inner stillness does not equal outer inaction… In fact, as Maureen explains, it’s the key to more creativity, less stress and higher productivity on a daily basis.
Do you ever get the feeling that the things you can’t control in your life far outnumber the things you can control? In this episode of Miracle Renegade, Maureen and Christian talk about life as improv: letting go of the reins, saying yes to everything and trusting that you’ll be taken care of anyway. Money, professional success, relationships…they will all benefit from a little more faith and a lot less control. Featured readings include works by Maya Angelou, Thomas Moore and James Autry.