Host Allison Carr explore the stories, practices and skills that help us weave our world back together. Formerly the Sacred Wheel Podcast.
WW-19 Kate Husted on Herbalism, Justice and the Land.
This episode is sponsored by the Resilience Course: https://resiliencecrashcourse.teachery.co/the-resilience-course
In this interview I talk with herbalist Kate Husted about being a responsible white herbalist on colonized lands. We discussed our love for our respective adopted homelands, and how we’ve come to understand right relationship with the land we live on. Kate also discussed her project theThe Herb Hut Free Clinic, a mobile clinic that provides free healthcare to her community. She shared a bit about how she set up the structure and why it was so important for her to find funding so that the clinic could be a sustaining resource for both her and the community it serves.
Find out more about Kate’s private practice and classes here: https://www.katehustedherbalist.com
Learn about the Herb Hut: https://www.theherbhutfreeclinic.com
The Alaskanified Movement Generation Zine for Just Transition: https://www.justtransitionak.org/toolkit/
WW 18 Elizabeth Russell: 2020 recap via dreams from a future past
If you could talk to someone from the future—a future where we succeeded in creating a regenerative world—wouldn’t you want to know what we did to get there?
In this episode I talk to Elizabeth Russell the creator of the Dreamfruit Almanac. An intuitive planning tool that centers around Thirteen “Dreams” from a future past detailing step by step instructions for how we build that world. As Elizabeth writes “The opportunity within Dreamfruit is to let the wisdom of the imaginal realm become a practical tool of transformation.”
In our interview, we look at the “Dreams” that Elizabeth downloaded for 2020 and see how they measured up to the events we just lived through. It’s kinda my nod to the ‘year in review’ podcasts and news stories you see everywhere, but with a feminist and magical twist.
We also talk about the importance of deep imagination in navigating these difficult and often confusing times, and take a sneak peek at the ‘Dreams’ Elizabeth has received for 2021.
More about Dream Fruit
Dream fruit focuses on the themes of Natural time, Animism and Natural Allies and revolves around the 13 Dreams discussed above.
“Each of the thirteen “Dreams from the Future” animates the themes of the time and gives the psyche a narrative of transformation. These dreams are written in past tense. They can be read as missives from a future being or from the collective dream to help you conceive a path forward through the particular terrain of the time.”
You can find Elizabeth, and order your copy on her webiste: https://elizabethrussell.space
Or connect with her on Instagram: @dreamfruit.maven
To find out more about you host, Allison Carr you can connect with her here: https://allisoncarr.net
Sign up for the Resilience Course here: https://resiliencecrashcourse.teachery.co/the-resilience-course
WW 17 Speaking out: coming forward about my former teachers.
In this episode we discuss the zine I wrote last year describing my experience of leaving a Mystery School in Portland, and my journey to unpack the manipulative and damaging experience I had there. It asks questions about whether the school is a cult and explores the kind of support that was helpful for me when coming forward, and the things that were very unhelpful. We also discuss the new name and revised mission of this podcast.
Order my Zine: https://allisoncarr.net/the-sovereign-zine-order-page/
The Resilience Course: https://resiliencecrashcourse.teachery.co/the-resilience-course
The Episode of the Fair Folk Podcast I reference: https://soundcloud.com/fairfolkcast/ignas-satkauskas-interview
Interview with Alexandra Stein: https://numinouspodcast.com/episodes/tnp121-alexandra-stein-on-disorganized-attachment-s1!43cca
Interview with Matthew Remski: https://numinouspodcast.com/episodes/tnp116-matthew-remski-on-attachment-high-demand-s1!b79fb
Episode 16 Yarrow Magdalena
In this episode we talk to Yarrow Magdalena about burnout, recovering from trauma and the medicine of slowing down.
Yarrow Magdalena is a queer writer, body worker, celebrant and plant lover who supports soft folks in reclaiming embodiment and a connection to nature through everyday magic and ritual. Her practices around folk herbalism, tarot, journaling, movement and creative expression are meant to support a trauma informed and accessible path towards body liberation, self-acceptance and community. Yarrow also runs a web design + tech studio called Yarrow Digital which supports small businesses in building heartfelt, sustainable online platforms made to hold big dreams and beautiful communities. She specialises in custom made WordPress sites as well as easy to understand tech support, offers no-nonsense business mentoring and runs a low cost DIY Small Business School.
SW Podcast Episode 15 Vanessa Couto on the new moon energy of August, September and October.
Vanessa Couto is an archetypal astrologer, artist and teacher. Her passion is to help her clients align their soul's purpose with right livelihood through their business. Weaving archetypal astrology and story she helps you see the bigger picture of how your soul's purpose and business are intertwined - beckoning you to express all spokes of your life's wheel in your business branding. She's also the creator of the coloring book: The Astrology of Joy - The Sun's Heroic Journey.
For this episode, we will talk about archetypes of transformation as seen through the monthly New Moon, and explore the upcoming cosmic weather for the next month.
You can find Vanessa at: https://www.vanessacouto.com
Episode 14: Kim Charles Kay on Art and Ancestral Repair
In this episode I talk with Ancestral Lineage practitioner and artist Kim Charles Kay. Kim shares her journey with discovering her intuitive gifts, and how the support of her ancestral lineage has changed her life on a physical, artistic and emotional level.
This podcast is wonderful. Insightful and important conversations with inspired humans. Thank you for putting this out in the world
Great podcast!! Maybe just edit out the constant mmhhmmm s from the interviewer. Very distracting.
Such a great perspective shift
This podcast offers new ways to conceive of the universe and our roles in it. Can't wait to keep listening.