Listen as embodied dream worker and ancestral lineage repair practitioner Seyta Selter of Innerlands speaks to the practices of dreaming with ancestors, and the healing power of erotic dreams.
Listen as Reverend Catharine Clarenbach of The Way of the River speaks on spirit in a fat body, connecting with ancestors through ancestral objects, and tending the unloved dead.
Listen as Tada Hozumi of Selfish Activist and I converse about embodied racism, the somatic freedom of becoming available for feeling and sensation, and the deep connection between trauma and magick.
Listen as shamanic healer and teacher Christina Pratt, host of the Why Shamanism Now podcast and founder of the Last Mask Center speaks on holistic sexuality, the spiritual consequences of sexual violation, and the retrieval of soul parts for the sake of erotic wellness.
Family Constellation facilitator Peter Touchard speaks on how revealing unseen, hidden exclusions and entanglements within family systems can lead to resolution.
Taya Shere waxes poetic on healing Jewish ancestral healing, participating in an embodied, holy life, and bliss as the prayer.
Listen as acupuncturist and herbalist Erin Langley of Ancestral Acupuncture speaks truth on the intersection of ancestors and healing.
Mallorie Vaudoise is a Brooklyn-based spiritualist of Italian descent. Listen as she speaks on the veneration of saints, the presence of ancestor worship in Catholicism, and adopting your very own soul, for the sake of receiving blessing. Learn more about her work and upcoming ancestor course at https://www.italianfolkmagic.com/
Artist Clement Hil Goldberg speaks to the urgency of creating revolutionary glittering ancestral art, both as a prayer to encode our embodied knowing, and for the sake of supporting and blessing our queer descendants. Go see the show!
Their show, Our Future Ends runs through Saturday, October 21. It is a sad yet hopeful satire that connects threats of extinction to wildlife and wild life through fabulously choreographed final numbers. The multidisciplinary piece unearths Lemuria in a visual arts installation that unfolds into parallel narratives. Oscillating between video documentation, animation, dance and theater, the work combines live performances from Brontez Purnell, Maryam Farnaz Rostami, and Heather María Ács as both long extinct Lemurians and the voices of stop motion animated lemurs (additionally voiced by Xandra Ibarra, Zackary Drucker, Ben McCoy, Silas Howard and Siobhan Aluvalot).Choreography by Larry Arrington, Costume Design by Margaret Bolton Grace, Lighting Design by Jerry Lee, Original Music by Sophia Poirier and Hale May, Original Score by Ted M. Superstar, Visual Art Installation and Set Design Collaborators Jerry Lee, Conrad Meyers, Maryam Farnaz Rostami with Clement Hil Goldberg. Written, Directed, Animated and Created by Clement Hil Goldberg
New York City-based Shaman Langston Kahn of Occupy Your Heart speaks on how relating with ancestors can support the fullest expression of our Selves, and how we can work with the unseen in service to our greatest passions.
Reverend Teri D. Ciacchi, Creatrix of Living Love Revolution, speaks on her personal and professional commitment to embodied healing & sexual wellness, and how she works with her ancestors to decolonize the body and restore goodness to the Earth.
Dr. Judith Rich is a pioneering teacher in the field of transformation and consciousness. Listen as she speaks on making the deliberate choice to heal our lineages, and dealing with the repercussions, positive and negative, of accepting our ancestors.
Read the post she wrote: ” Healing the wounds of our ancestors” http://judithrich.com/17369/
Herbalist and Curandera Atava Garcia Swiecicki of Ancestral Apothecary School of Herbal, Folk and Indigenous Medicine speaks on connecting with our indigenous medicine, developing relationships with plants that support the healing of transgenerational trauma and plants and the erotic.
Somatic Sex Educator Caffyn Jesse speaks on self-regulation of the nervous system, ancestral trauma renegotiation and deep somatic pleasure.
5 Rhythms teacher and activist Sylvie Minot speaks on creating embodied safety and the joyful body, the ancestral war that can exist inside of us and how dance helps us hold that, and how we can dance ourselves and our ancestors free.
Renegade Sexual Mystic M’kali-Hashiki speaks on developing ancestral consciousness, and the integration of our erotic lives through breathwork practice.
Dr. Jenny Wade, author of Transcendent Sex, speaks on how erotic states of being are altered states, and can be used to create change and healing.
Artist Keith Hennessy speaks on how the ancestors move through him as he creates radical performance that challenges dominant culture.
Rashani Chandra Alexandre speaks on the role of ancestors in tantric Hinduism, and practicing ancestral consciousness.
Christiane Pelmas speaks on regaining belonging ,developing a sense of place, and erotic relationship with the Earth of which we are made.
Dr. Daniel Foor speaks on embodying the goodness of our older, bright well ancestors and how developing ancestral relationships can benefit our lives.
Introduction to the podcast, your host Pavini Moray, and how this podcast connects ancestors, sex, magick and science for the sake of personal and plantary liberation!