The Magic of Fluidity
An Interview with Pavini Moray

January 26, 2019

Interview by
Joanna Harcourt-Smith

In this week’s episode Pavini Moray speaks with Joanna about: ancestral reverence, belonging and awe; the ancient human experience of being gender liminal; the magic of fluidity; disconnection from the land, disconnection from the ancestors; the eros of Nature; dealing with transgenerational trauma; trans people and human evolution; taking responsibility for the Earth; re-membering the ancestral homeland.

Dr. Pavini Moray is a former Montessori elementary educator, Educational Therapist, national Park Service Ranger, and Peace Corps volunteer. Pavini currently works as a somatic sex therapist and ancestral lineage healing practitioner in private practice in San Francisco. Pavini works mainly with clients who have experienced sexual trauma, helping them feel more and inhabit their intimate lives more fully. Pavini hosts a podcast called “Bespoken Bones: Ancestors at the crossroads of sex, magick, and science.” that addresses topics of transgenerational trauma, erotic wellness, and ancestral support.


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

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