RIPE FRUIT by Alexandra Roxo
Holy F*CK
Embracing the Forever Journey of Healing with EbonyJanice

Embracing the Forever Journey of Healing with EbonyJanice

For this week’s episode, Alexandra speaks with EbonyJanice, an incredible woman who is a mega-manifestor and creative, she is the founder of Black Girl Mixtape, a writer, a dreamer, an advocate for joy, a mover and a shaker, a playwright, an activist… so many friggin’ things! OH!  

And she is also working with Alexandra in 1-1 mentorship and coaching for a year in the space of heart-opening feminine embodiment, which they get into in-depth in this episode!

And you may have seen her on Liz Gilbert’s IG page doing a live or two...

She is a soft and tender, yet POWERFUL soul.

EbonyJanice is a dynamic lecturer, transformational speaker, and passionate multi-faith preacher focused on Decolonizing Authority, Hip Hop Scholarship, Womanism as a Political and Spiritual/Religious tool for Liberation, Blackness as Religion, Dialogue as central to professional development and personal growth, and Women and Gender Studies focused on black girlhood. EbonyJanice has a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and Political Science, and a Master of Arts in Social Change with a concentration in Spiritual Leadership, Womanist Theology, and Racial Justice. She is the founder of Black Girl Mixtape, a multi-platform safe think-space, centering the intellectual and creative authority of black women in the form of a lecture series, a podcast, and an online learning institute lead by black women scholars, and Dream Yourself Free, a Spiritual Mentoring project focused on black women's healing, dreaming, ease, play, and wholeness as their activism and resistance work.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • The difference between a ‘womanist’ and a ‘feminist’ and the four-part definition of womanism.

  • The skill of dropping into your heart-space and how it differs from active listening, thinking, judging, or discerning.

  • Examples of offering grace to yourself and others in moments where it may be easier to jump into reaction, and how that can offer a sense of salvation or peace with what is.

  • Ideas on keeping yourself open for the divine - however you define that - to find you and transform you from the inside out amidst our modern, goal-oriented, tech-focused lifestyle.

  • Ideas on how shifting the languaging for yourself from “I am healed” to “I am healing” can keep yourself open to the moment, the love, the possibilities of life on your journey.

  • How de-armoring out of the ‘strong/self-sufficient woman’ and doing the work to live more in the heart is both a privilege and a constant practice.

  • And more!


RIPE FRUIT by Alexandra Roxo
Holy F*CK
Welcome to DARE TO FEEL, the podcast that fearlessly explores themes of intimacy, relationships, spirituality, and healing. Hosted by Alexandra Roxo, a creative artist, bestselling author of F*ck Like a Goddess, transformational and spiritual mentor and coach, and a passionate seeker of wisdom. We're here to provide you with a no-nonsense, unfiltered, and authentic perspective. DARE TO FEEL is a transformative evolution from Alexandra's previous podcast, Holy F*ck. This exciting new season aligns with the release of her upcoming book, set to launch with Sounds True in January 2024. Please subscribe, review, and share with fellow passionate curious humans who also have the itch to uncover more truths in this world, and who dare to feel all the feels. For more, follow along with Alexandra: 🌹 Website: 🌹 Private Coaching: 🌹Grab her online courses and tools for healing and transformation: 🌹 IG: @alexandraroxo