Visiting the Friends Ancient Burial Grounds in Pennsylvania and attending the Chester Quaker meeting outside Philadelphia lead to a discussion on inclusion and the feeling of being an outsider- which seems like such a universal human emotion, but upon further reflection, is more likely the result of the colonialization that cut us off from our bodies, our ancestral practices, and the world around us.
Recorded in the Redwoods National Park spring of 2019 during a #vanlife trial run. While meditating in the ancient forest, a family cluster of redwoods invite me to tap in. Second segment is a visualization to tap into our own root systems and experience the support that is there. Listen here
Recorded in Austin, TX at the beginning of my Ancestral Borderlands Truth & Reconciliation Tour, this episode traces some of the yarns woven into the present moment as an introduction to the podcast. Listen here
Here are some of the works mentioned in this episode:
Wytchy Ways podcast explores travels in a minivan camper as well as my personal journey to unlock forgotten wytchy ways of being in a world that's long taught us to be separated from our bodies, our souls, the world around us, and the other-than-humans that we share it with.
Soundscape in intro/outro recorded and produced by Mike Blair of Glenwood Crowe