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Explore the Three Medicines that are healing the deep wounds of society: psycho-spiritual healing, reciprocity with the natural world, and the revival of community life.
The Wilderness Awareness School with Jared Archbold
In this episode of The Sacred Everything Podcast, we speak with Jared Archbold of the Wilderness Awareness School (WAS) about the experience of transformation, community bonding, and self-discovery had by participants of WAS. Jared is the adult program manager and Core Instructor for The Nature Instructor Training at WAS. Located in Duvall, Washington, in the foothills of the cascade mountains, in Snoqualmie River Valley, Jared shares with us the wisdom, personal impacts, and richness of the medicine that is reconnecting with nature. Music:Blue Electro FinalPermissions granted courtesy of Travis Sheehan.
Intentional Communities & Sociocracy with Diana Leafe Christian
In this episode of The Sacred Everything Podcast, we speak with Diana Leafe Christian about the do's & don'ts, goods & bads, challenges, and opportunities of Intentional Communities. Over the last thirty years, Diana's work has focused on intentional communities and community living, especially the process of starting thriving new communities. Her work addresses the perennial question of, "How do we thrive in our communities without stagnating from indecision and conflict?" The implications for the world - huge. She is the author of two books, Creating a Life Together and Finding Community, former editor of Communities magazine, and a Board Member of Global Ecovillage Network-U.S.
Nonviolent Communication with Steve Torma
In this episode of The Sacred Everything Podcast, we speak with Steve Torma, former President of Earthaven Ecovillage, teacher and practitioner of Non-Violent Communication (NVC) at the Real Center, and Compassion Camp Co-Director, about NVC, Dominator culture, and the origin & future of compassionate communication. Steve Torma moved to Western North Carolina 25 years ago to take part in the Earthaven Ecovillage. After studying with Marshall Rosenburg, the proprietor of NVC, Steve brought the gifts of compassionate communication into his life and the life of his community.Music:Blue Electro FinalPermissions granted courtesy of Travis Sheehan.
Depth, Transformation, Fun
This podcast has well-selected guests and thoughtful, transformational conversations. I’m looking forward to see what comes up next!