Diana Beresford-Kroeger speaks with Joanna about: “Call of the Forest”; the forests of the world and climate change; one tree, one person, the Bioplan; a common dream experienced all over the world and prophesied by the Mohawk Nation; the rarest tree in North America; forest bathing and the immune system; instructions for forest bathing; learning the ancient ways of the Celtic culture to protect the world; tips for a kinder, healthier life; women standing together for the future; the trees hold the knowledge of the world; new amazing discoveries about the key role of the trees in the biosphere.
Trebbe Johnson speaks with Joanna about: feeling the grief for the loss of the places we love; finding and giving back beauty in the wounded places of Earth; the resilience and creativity of Nature; the Global Earth Exchange; acceptance and creative change; the joy of acting together; guerrilla beauty; taking the right action as if your whole life depends on it; holding joy and grief in our hands.
Polly Higgins speaks with Joanna about: daring to stand as an earth protector and calling others to do the same; our duty of care to the wider Earth community; the heart-felt call to protect the earth with the law; paving a way to peace and harmony; ecocide and the applicability of international law; emergency times and the emergence of something new, the rising of Earth protectors, “Extinction Rebellion”; support for the great ocean states on the front line of climate breakdown, missionlifeforce.org; plugging into the life force.
In this week’s episode Pat McCabe speaks with Joanna about: We need a radical course-correction; the oppression of Native American culture, we were born in Beauty; big changes in our current lifestyle; healing shame, opening to grace; we are in a time of pure potential; carried by the Spirit of Life into a place of visioning; learning to trust the Spirit of Life and the Earth community; from despair to surrender; inquiring what we can do in these times; calling upon the wisdom of water; the Human Reunion Ceremonies; the witch hunts as the archetypal wounding of humanity and the healing power of indigenous lineages; the vibration of truth; re-telling the old stories to change the future; ending the deception of the war between men’s nation and women’s nation; re-membering and giving language to the sacred masculine.
In this week’s episode Charles Eisenstein speaks with Joanna about: the reductionistic mindset versus the interconnected, holistic seeing and feeling; to heal ecologically is to heal psychologically; the dissolution of the sense-making story of America; trusting the pull of a new view of reality; a story that opens our perceptions and our hearts to Gaia; a knowledge that needs to be awakened, not acquired; a tenderness that changes everything; human empathy and ecological empathy.
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.