17 episodes

Restorying the Culture is hosted by Tanya Taylor Rubinstein, Story Mentor and Camille Adair, Family Constellation Facilitator.

In this podcast, these long-term friends explore how stories serve our lives and how they don’t.

Their inquiry meanders into the realms of science, theatre, health and consciousness, moving the individual and global narratives forward as they draw upon their relationship as the laboratory for their experiments in truth.

So many of us feel isolated and alone in our deepest longings. Each one of us is necessary in rediscovering the truth of our human story and listening to what is calling us forward so that we can restory the culture together.

Restorying the Culture with camille and tany‪a‬ Camille Adair & Tanya Taylor Rubinstein

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Restorying the Culture is hosted by Tanya Taylor Rubinstein, Story Mentor and Camille Adair, Family Constellation Facilitator.

In this podcast, these long-term friends explore how stories serve our lives and how they don’t.

Their inquiry meanders into the realms of science, theatre, health and consciousness, moving the individual and global narratives forward as they draw upon their relationship as the laboratory for their experiments in truth.

So many of us feel isolated and alone in our deepest longings. Each one of us is necessary in rediscovering the truth of our human story and listening to what is calling us forward so that we can restory the culture together.

    Restorying the Voiceless

    Restorying the Voiceless

    In Episode #17, Camille and Tanya share an honest and personal conversation about voice, voicelessness, and the future of Re-Storying the Culture.

    Tanya is rediscovering her voice following her ex-husband’s passing. At the same time, Camille feels called to her internal self, to mute her voice and listen for a while as new ideas gestate.

    How can these two close friends resist harmful narratives of Camille “abandoning” Tanya?

    • 34 min
    Restorying 2020

    Restorying 2020

    In Episode #16, Camille and Tanya explore opportunities for silver linings in the many challenges we are all facing this year by radically re-storying 2020.

    Tanya shares a deeply personal story of her ex-husband’s 19-year struggle with mental illness and recent suicide. Stephen’s death is tragic, but it has also provided a needed release for his family and loved ones, who felt like they had lost him years ago.

    • 32 min
    Restorying the Business Culture

    Restorying the Business Culture

    In Episode #15, Camille and Tanya discuss the relationship between love, desire, money, and business. They reclaim the playful, fun, attractive energy of money that comes from a space of abundance rather than scarcity.

    When our business model is based on love and our work is aligned with our personal purpose and values, we are not just financially stable, but abundant and thriving.

    • 36 min
    A Life in Love

    A Life in Love

    In episode #14, Tanya interviews Camille about her decades of work in exploring the consciousness of love.

    Camille has embodied many roles in her career - as a hospice nurse, a filmmaker, mindfulness and emotional intelligence leader and Family Constellation facilitator, but at the heart of it all is the ability to be truly present with what is.

    • 44 min
    A Life in Story

    A Life in Story

    In episode #13, Camille interviews Tanya about her decades of work as a story mentor.

    Tanya shares her shame and terror at sharing her personal stories publicly and how she broke through that at 31 years old with her first solo show.

    Their conversation goes into the true meaning of sharing one’s story, the value in the process for the teller and the listener, and how getting into the specifics of our lives (and not spiritually bypassing them) allows for deep liberation.

    • 32 min
    Restorying the Digital Culture

    Restorying the Digital Culture

    In Episode #12, Camille and Tanya discuss how the digital culture is at times, troubling our relationships as coaches, facilitators, and even friends. From racially charged spaces and discussions online, to people prying for gossip in a small town, they explore how we can truly create intimacy online and when it’s better to pick up the phone or meet face to face.

    • 32 min

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