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.
Joanna Harcourt-Smith interviews Chellis Glendinning - Writer and psychologist specializing in the inter-relationship between the personal and the political.
Joanna Harcourt-Smith interviews Elisabet Sahtouris - Evolutionary biologist, futurist, UN consultant on indigenous peoples, lecturer and author.
Joanna Harcourt-Smith interviews Max Dashu -Independent scholar, artist and founder of the Suppressed Histories Archives. She has done extensive interdisciplinary research on the European witch hunts and folk traditions about witches.
Joanna Harcourt-Smith interviews Rachel Rosenthal - Artistic Director and performer with The Rachel Rosenthal Company.
Joanna Harcourt-Smith interviews Susun Weed - Teacher, author, founder and director of the Wise Woman Teaching Center.
Joanna Harcourt-Smith interviews Vicki Noble, feminist shamanic healer, author, scholar and wisdom teacher.
Joanna Harcourt-Smith interviews Erik Davis - award winning journalist, performance lecturer and author of The Visionary State: a Journey through California's Spiritual Landscape.
Co-owner of The Ark Bookstore in Santa Fe, New Mexico which provides a comprehensive selection of books in such areas as spiritual traditions, psychology, health, healing sytems, astrology and many others. The store also has a selection of world and new age music,...
Dennis & Barbara Tedlock - authors, professors and researchers, trained and initiated as shamans by the Quiché Mayans.