Gaialogues Archive

gaialogue = communion with the living Earth

Our Gaialogues began in 2006 with the intention of exploring “what is it like to be in sacred communion with our living Earth?”  Through remembering ancestral lines of experience and vision that created cultures of wonder and awe, we see a universal spirituality and ethics emerging based on care and partnership for people and planet.  The seeds of future are to be found in the ancestral soul – the primitive soul. 

After 600 episodes, we continue to provide these intimate conversations to the public for free.  Listen and contribute to this community of voices who speak about our connection and partnership with the living Earth.

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        Earth Protectors Rising

        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.

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        A Place of Beautiful Possibility

        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.

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        In Love with a Living Planet

        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.

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        The Gift of Beauty

        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.

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        A Time of Great Awakening

        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.

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        Listening to the Plants

        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.

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        Participating in the Mystery

        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.

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        Witch Burnings

        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.

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        Remembering Ourselves Home

        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.

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