To tell a story is to create a memory. Each episode, Lindsey Calla will be digging deeper into human ideas and bringing ancient wisdom to the modern world through conversation and connection. The most ancient way of conserving information is through storytelling and oral traditions. Let's come back to center and back into balance with the help and inspiration from thought leaders, cultural connectors, authors, wisdom keepers, and creatives. The series, with a mix of interviews and solo explorations, hopes to inspire us to follow what ignites our passions and digs deeper into enhancing our personal well-being and growth. Lindsey Calla has a decade of experience in the media world spanning from wellness, art history, and travel. Her work in print, television and online have earned several award nominations and been internationally recognized by Yahoo!, Mind Body Green and the New York Times. As a perpetual student of art history and the arts, she has leaned on her experiences in her career to help inspire others to be brave enough to evolve and trust your personal journey with the help of ancient stories.
S2: Episode 1, Ancient Greek Poems to the Gods with author and renowned Classical scholar Barry B. Powell
Join author and renowned Classical scholar, Barry B. Powell, for a discussion on his new book, Greek Poems to the Gods: Hymns from Homer to Proclus. We cover what these ancient stories of epic wars, journeys, gods and goddesses mean to our contemporary life, the history of ancient poetry, mythology and much more.
#9: The Countless Aspects of Beauty with the National Archaeological Museum in Athens- Dr. Despina Kalesopoulou takes us on a sensory journey through the aesthetic ideals of Ancient Greece
As part of the National Archaeological Museum's 150th anniversary, The Countless Aspects of Beauty reflects the aesthetic ideals of ancient Greece through the Neolithic time until late antiquity. Dr. Despina Kalesopoulou takes us on a mythical sensory journey to help us understand how women in ancient Greece perceived beauty and how it still reflects on our standards today. Listen on for stories on Aphrodite, the first beauty pageants and discovering ancient perfume recipes.
#8: The Mythology of the Stars with Juliana McCarthy - Astrology shifts for 2020, North Node Life Purpose, Mythology and more
Launching into a new year with some assistance from Astrologer, author and spiritual practitioner Juliana McCarthy. As we shift into the Age of Aquarius, Juliana helps us understand the correlation between what happens in the heavens and its effect on humanity. She leads us through mythological stories, life purpose guidance and much more. Find more about Juliana on her website, www.etherealculture.com
#7: Wildcrafting a Scent of Place with Dryland Wilds- Making natural perfumes in the desert using ancient perfumery techniques
On this week's episode, I'm digging deeper into natural perfumery with Cebastien Rose and Robin Moore of Dryland Wilds. I joined them on a foraging expedition to harvest Russian Olive and use the ancient technique of enfleurage to capture the scent near Ojo Caliente. We talk natural vs synthetic perfume, saving common and invasive plants from toxic herbicide, wild skincare, harvesting sustainably and bottling the magic of New Mexico.
#6: Jared Hagood, Founder of Lineage Seeds - Organic farmer, entrepreneur and seed visionary on the ancient future of seed saving, continuing an ancestral lineage and identity through seed, and the humble royalty of nature's finest data chip
Jared Hagood, the founder of Lineage Seeds, takes us on a journey from seed to plant to food. On this week's episode, we dig deeper into how seeds are nature's finest biological microchip of storing data and how this data can help shape our personal identity. From ancient burial pottery to modern farming, we talk about the impact and importance personal seed saving has on bringing the past into the future.
Journey Layover: What Leonardo Da Vinci Taught Me About Perfection, Procrastination and Originality
Introducing Journey Layover- Quick insights on current inspiration to help guide the layers of our journey. This week's episode, I discuss the impact of Walter Isaacson's book on Leonardo Da Vinci and how we can all learn from this flawed creative genius. Insights on perfection, procrastination, originality, and growth from thousands of first-hand journal accounts from Da Vinci himself.
Just found this podcast and it really makes me feel calm and curious about other cultures at the same time. Well done and hope to see more episodes in the future ☺️
I love this! Keep it up!
Archeology of the Journey is so much more than I expected. I used to live near Amarillo. I have a cousin who’s 72 now, and her parent’s use to take her to Ojo Caliente. She hated it!!
So excited to continue listening!!