In this week’s episode Day Schildkret speaks with Joanna about: making art out of the impermanent natural world; the language of the cosmos; wandering in wonder; finding the unexpected; how to be in relationship to the place where we are; listening to each other and the land; play and retrieving our sense of wonder and possibility; the journey through making a morning altar; feeding the seen and the unseen; reclaiming the gift of giving; remembering the complex simplicity of being alive.
Stephen Gray speaks with Joanna about: the 8th Spirit Plant Medicine Conference in Vancouver, a rapid increase in the interest in psychedelics; approaching a time of great awakening for the planet; broadening the discussion with the legalization of cannabis in Canada; frequency and dosage for those exploring cannabis as a spiritual ally; cannabis group ceremonies; trusting the nature of who we really are; an essential part of the consciousness revolution; landing into the now; letting go of non functional pessimism.
In this week’s episode Monica Gagliano speaks with Joanna about: exploring scientifically the acoustic behavior of plants; a dream connection with the Shipibo and teacher plants; dieting and communing with the plant wisdom; a word of gratitude from the plant world; remembering the undivided world; merging with the heart of the sequoia; a mysterious experience with water; exploring a new kind of science; learning from a playful ambassador of the plant world; the Biological Intelligence Lab; realizing that we are the other; a message from the tobacco plant.
Jorge Ferrer speaks with Joanna about: Exploring the farther reaches of human nature; a participatory relationship with Nature; navigating a rich combination of cultures; three elements of participatory spirituality, the spiritual dignity of sensual pleasure and sexuality, in radical relation with everything, creative inquiry and individuation; sacred sexuality; Aurobindo’s visionary prophecy of an individuated, realized embodiment of the Divine; re-enchantment of the world and non-religious spirituality; an intense cross-pollination of religious traditions; the prejudice of the patriarchal mindset against entheogens; Eros and embodied spirituality.
Max Dashu speaks with Joanna about: the long history of women suppression; withcraft accusation for land theft from women; the crusade agains the Cathars; the consolidation of feudalism and the early witch hunts; the influence of the Roman legal code in the Spanish persecutions; the medieval patriarchal mentality in the bound up accusation “witch and whore”; accusations as a tool of control on the female population; the chastity ordeal of fire back to ancient Vedic and Blibical times; the dynamics of scapegoating.
In this week’s episode Toko-pa Turner speaks with Joanna about: the living bridge of belonging; entering into the wound of exile; acknowledging the Death Mother; dreams, Nature through us; tending the inner well; “the world needs our rebellion”; practicing relationship with the natural world; we are pattern-makers, re-storying our lives; becoming protectors of the land.