Dancing with the Unknown
An Interview with Vera de Chalambert

July 22, 2018

Interview by
Joanna Harcourt-Smith

In this week’s episode Vera de Chalambert speaks with Joanna about: dancing with the unknown; intimacy with the Mystery; mothers to ourselves; living in the time of disillusionment; the human soul’s calling and the World Soul; being part of a living planet; the nakedness of beautiful losers; life is the Tantric consort; when everything falls apart; the unexpected face of grace; hearts on fire in a time of trouble; the fierce love for our love is rooted in heartbreak; the paradox of wetiko; allowing suffering to speak; stepping into the lineage of Life.

Vera de Chalambert, MTS, is a spiritual storyteller and Harvard educated scholar of comparative religion working at the feet of the Great Mother. Her invitation is one of Embodied Presence: we are already what we seek. Her healing practice is heart-centered and based on the nondual approach. Vera works with people who are tired of superficial solutions and are willing to sit with the Unknown and take the risk of diving into the deep to mine for their own true authority, wisdom and wholeness.

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

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