In this week’s episode Julie Morley speaks with Joanna about: interspecies intersubjectivity; a life-changing meeting with Thomas One Wolf; the indigenous emphasis on right relations throughout the world; a beautiful cycle of attuning and revelation from the more than human world; the intimacy of interbeing; thinking in partnership with other ways of knowing; the two meanings of awe; retrieving the embodied sacred; a shift away from anthropocentrism into participatory awakening; we need multicultural, multispecies cities; learning from crows and ravens; singing the radical song of enchantment.
Julie Morley is an environmental educator, author and speaker on complexity, consciousness, ecology and interspecies creativity. She studied Classics at University of Southern California and Columbia University. She received her MA in Transformative Leadership from California Institute of Integral Studies, where she is currently a doctoral student. Her research focus is Interspecies intersubjectivity. She is the author of “Spirit Walk: The Wisdom of Thomas One Wolf” and her newest book, “Future Sacred: The Connected Creativity of Nature”.
“I Can’t Sit Still”, original music by Evarusnik