Born to be wild? Miles Irving, author of The Forager Handbook, discusses wild food in our domesticated world and how to tap into the wildness within us all...
To celebrate 50 episodes of the WorldWild Podcast we've put together a medley of some conversations, stories, and songs which have inspired us to think a little wilder... Enjoy and thanks for your support!
50 | Being a People with Mark Lewis and David Benjamin Blower
What does a new cultural story look like? How can we weave new threads to unearth old ways of being and relating? Exploring Mark Lewis' Native American heritage we begin to see the power of a story and the degree of loss which goes into the construction of one. Through exploring how the lessons he has learnt could inspire a UK wild-food cultural renaissance we tap into an even deeper truth; that what we are really looking for is a centre to grow...
49 | True Rebellion with Mark Lewis
Connecting wild food to the culture, bringing up kids in a wilder way, making inter-generational learning happen to sustain ways of being and unearth tacit knowledge. All these and more we explore with returning guest Mark Lewis...
48 | The Unfolding with Irene Lyon
The fourth and final part of a series on being rooted in your body, this week's guest is Irene Lyon, somatic practitioner and nervous system expert, who joins us to explore how our nervous systems can get regulated, how to work with past trauma, and humankind's relational nature. With an eye on what is possible for our bodies, our communities, and our planet, we end this short series with much hope.
47 | Our Deeper States with Holly Bridges
'We've lost the language of the dorsal state, which our deeper states, our otherness states'. In the third of this series on the Polyvagal theory, we are joined by Holly Bridges who explains its connection to Autism and 'otherness states'. Tune in for a deep dive into bodily states, neuroception, and what might be possible as open up spaces for other ways of being...
46 | Befriending Your Nervous System with Deb Dana
In the second of a series on the Polyvagal Theory, we are joined with respected and passionate Polyvagal clinician, consultant and lecturer, Deb Dana, to speak about what kinds of stories we tell ourselves and what this really tells us about the state we are in. She provides insight into ways to re-connect with the ventral vagal - or as she calls it: home. It is only through the body that we feel safe, so learning how to nourish our nervous system to get to that place time and time again can turn our limiting beliefs into 'stories of possibility'. Join us as we go deep into the body as we aim to befriend the nervous system...
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