Resilience and Regeneration
An Interview with Carolyn Baker

February 9, 2018

Interview by
Joanna Harcourt-Smith

In this week’s episode Carolyn Baker speaks with Joanna about: living resiliently in the dark night of the globe; the mirror of our collective shadow; the phases of the age of Kali; attending to our grief; the end of business as usual; the way through despair and emotional numbing; the death and rebirth process; indigenous perspectives on these times; decolonizing our minds and hearts; finding our call to regeneration; honoring the animal in us; ending the myth of separation, we need each other; befriending the dark emotions; where is our dignity located individually and within our communities.

Carolyn Baker‘s mission is to create islands of sanity in a sea of global chaos. This mission necessitates the development of a variety of emotional tools alongside commitment to spiritual transformation. Through her multi-faceted outreach via webinars, podcasts, live workshops, books, and articles, as well as one-on-one life coaching, Carolyn is touching the lives of thousands to assist them in preparing for the dire consequences of the collapse of industrial civilization and abrupt climate change. her newest book, co-authored with Andrew Harvey, is “Savage Grace: Living Resiliently in the Dark Night of the Globe.”

“I Can’t Sit Still”, original music by Evarusnik

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