Bespoken Bones supports the development of radiant erotic wellness in past, present, and future generations! The intention of this podcast is to create a rich, multi-disciplinary archive of research around the topics of ancestors, sexuality, trauma, and ecology.
On feeling at home, loving, and letting go
Sean Saifa Wall, a somatic practitioner and an intersex activist, speaks about dreaming, celebrating life and death, loving and letting go, and feeling at home.
The stigma of drug use and blackness
Ifetayo Harvey, Founder of the POC Psychedelic Collective, speaks about drug use, slavery, vulnerability, depression, and the epidemic of untreated trauma that people are trying to address and self-medicate.
On oppression, justice, love, patience and what its like to receive the gift of music
Dia Luna, a California native painter, songwriter, and seer, speaks about what it’s like to receive the gift of music, its process and how it brings people together.
The relationship between the body, the nervous system work and the ancestor work
Clementine Morrigan, a writer, creator and facilitator of the popular workshop Trauma-Informed Polyamory, speaks about spirituality, sexuality, love and relationship, and how it intersects with trauma.
The Practice of Slowing Down
Tai Fenix Kulystin, a white, queer, fat, trans genderqueer coach dedicated to building better relationships, releasing trauma, and exploring spirituality, speaks about the erotic and the practice of slowing down.
Healing the ancestral wounds
Oscar Pérez, a ritual leader, spiritual teacher, and mentor speaks about shamanic traditions, unintended grief and rage, and healing.
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I’ve been listening to this podcast since its first episodes, and over and over again, Pavini and their guests have cracked me open in the very best ways. Pavini leads this podcast masterfully, choosing guests and guiding conversation with exquisite skill, and thanks to this podcast, I’ve reached parts of my self and my lineages that I know I would’ve avoided for far too long. I feel like I’m constantly recommending this podcast to others, and of the tiny rotation of podcasts I listen to regularly, it’s the one that stays at the top of my list.
Queer and Trans Ritual Magic
I just finished this episode and it is my favorite so far! I’m a queer Polish witch and it was so good to hear from another queer Polish witch! The song Ylva sang gave me chills, it was so beautiful. I feel more invigorated to learn more about my ancestry, which I was having a lot of difficulty with. Thank you so much!!!
I recently heard Pavini speak on For the Wild and followed P here. What beautiful, honorable medicine. Thank you.