30 episodes

Rebellions are categorized by a rejection and opposition to oppressive authority. Historically and traditionally rebellions have required brute force and savagery, the same tools utilized by the oppressors in question. Perhaps it is possible to reject oppression through kindness instead and perhaps this can only be done through a shared understanding of what it means to exist. In this podcast I intend to reject our modern day oppressors by communicating with as many people as I can in order to develop an understanding of all view points in order to unify humanity towards a common goal. Join me as we explore the wonders of infinite consciousness and develop meaningful relationships along the way.

Kindness Rebellion Nathan Jones

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Rebellions are categorized by a rejection and opposition to oppressive authority. Historically and traditionally rebellions have required brute force and savagery, the same tools utilized by the oppressors in question. Perhaps it is possible to reject oppression through kindness instead and perhaps this can only be done through a shared understanding of what it means to exist. In this podcast I intend to reject our modern day oppressors by communicating with as many people as I can in order to develop an understanding of all view points in order to unify humanity towards a common goal. Join me as we explore the wonders of infinite consciousness and develop meaningful relationships along the way.

    Episode 30: The Time for Action! With Communiivate

    Episode 30: The Time for Action! With Communiivate

    The season 2 finale with Michael Plischke, creator of the Communiivate app! Communiivate is a free socio-collaborative platform designed to empower those passionate about making a positive impact in their communities and beyond. Michael and I discuss what it takes to build community and why it is so important to bring about the change we want to see in the world, and most importantly.. how to take action!

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode 29: A Seat at the Table with Darren Parry

    Episode 29: A Seat at the Table with Darren Parry

    In this episode I had the amazing opportunity to speak with Darren Parry, former chairman of the Northwestern Band Shoshone Nation and author of The Bear River Massacre, A Shoshone History. Darren shares the importance of indigenous wisdom and how it must be incorporated into our politics and our social values if we are going to be able to save the world from catastrophes such as climate change. Especially in reference to the drying lakebed of the Great Salt Lake

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 28: The Web of Life

    Episode 28: The Web of Life

    Today I spoke with Tom King about the Og-Woi Community Garden and Orchard where he and his wife Dee are some of the primary caretakers. Tom describes how the garden is how he contributes to his community, the web of life. A community that we are all a part of whether we remember it or not.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Episode 27: Compassionate Curiosity

    Episode 27: Compassionate Curiosity

    Collin Williams is an activist and comedian. Founder of the Church of Protest movement. Collin and I talk about the ways in which we can have more effective conversations surrounding controversial topics so that we are effectively listening and learning to better understand each other and make the changes we want to see.

    • 1 hr 21 min
    Episode 26: Elevating Our Consciousness

    Episode 26: Elevating Our Consciousness

    This episode I spoke with Kyle of the Rising Consciousness Community and the Psychedelic Revolution Podcast about our experiences with psychedelics during this renaissance and how we see these substances affecting cultural, spirituality, and politics.

    • 1 hr 30 min
    Episode 25: Walk in Your Beauty

    Episode 25: Walk in Your Beauty

    I spoke with Janell Littlebear, Author and Healer, about her experience and knowledge of spirituality. Janell has an interesting combination of spiritual experiences as a result of her Indigenous heritage and LDS faith. We talk about the importance of spirituality and how it is a necessary component of our lives to achieve balance.

    • 1 hr 13 min

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