Photo by Ugne Vasyliute on Unsplash Podcast Show Notes Title: Come Home to Yourself Summary: Come home to yourself to heal the first wound at the core of our culture. Topics Discussed: Coming home to ourselves is a way to heal the first wound of our culture. Coming home is a practice, an art, and even a journey. It can often proceed in a cyclical fashion, from the gross… Read More »Come Home to Yourself
Podcast Show Notes Title: How to Move through Eco-Anxiety Summary: In this episode, I share with you how I move through eco-anxiety and other difficult emotions to find equanimity and possibility on the other side. We’ve been practicing becoming friends with our emotions by paying attention, pausing, and processing. Our emotions play an important evolutionary function. Our emotions come from our thoughts! That means we have the power to move… Read More »How to Move through Eco-Anxiety
In today’s episode I want to share with you some of what I’ve learned of the art of living with living beings. We actually have the potential for relationship with so many different beings in this world: plants, animals, ourselves, and, of course, other human beings. As we deepen these relationships, we heal those core wounds, those core fragmentations we discussed in the second episode. As we reconnect with ourselves… Read More »The Art of Living with Living Beings
In today’s episode, we’re going to talk about activist burnout. First we’ll cover the basics of burnout: what it is, who might experience it, and why. Then I’ll share with you my own story of burnout (oooh it was epic), and as usual, I’ll offer some ways to approach your burnout with compassion and care.
In today’s episode, we’re going to talk about eco-anxiety and other eco-emotions, that is, emotions related to our environment, climate, and community. We’ll talk about the ways in which we block our eco-emotions and how very problematic that is. I’ll share with you my own story. And finally, we’ll end with a practice you can use immediately to soothe your eco-emotions and I’ll leave you with some homework. And don’t… Read More »How to Calm Eco-Anxiety