In this month's episode I'm joined by Maya Luna, a Feminine Mystic and a Poet exploring the Tantric Path and Feminine Embodiment. We muse about our collective hunger for deep acceptance of who we really are. Our fear of letting go, of surrendering, and of softening into the moment. The deep feminine is the soulful nourishment of being we are craving. All our doing is an attempt to experience fulfillment. And the truth is that the feeling of fulfillment and satisfaction is available unconditionally in every moment no matter what.
Resmaa Menakem, healer, author, and trauma specialist, says that to address white-body supremacy we need to work with race or culture to cultivate a somatic abolitionist mindset or community. And part of that is gaining some reps to know what to pay attention to, some reps with each other’s nervous system so we can create a culture that knows what to pay attention to. Otherwise it’s just strategy.
In this episode, we’re contemplating how caring is what makes us fundamentally human and how we’re connected by suffering. I’m joined by John Eric Baugher, a scholar, writer and teacher exploring the transformative possibilities of contemplative end of life care. His book, Contemplative Caregiving offers encouragement to show up in the fullness of life.
In this episode we’re dispelling the myth that you can't and reframing HOW TO prepare parents for parenthood. I'm joined by Elly Taylor and Barb Buckner Suárez for a roundtable discussion around teaching parents skills to help them cycle through each transitional stage of life to come, impacting the legacy of future generations.