Turning Season Episode 24: News on Words from Iran, Indigenous Fire Stewardship in Minnesota, and Robin Wall Kimmerer Fostering Reciprocity
More good news! Come enjoy a dose of Active Hope in the latest news episode of Turning Season Podcast, covering:
- words from one of the courageous Iranian women protesting in Iran, about seeing The Great Turning in process, and how the type of practices we do in the Work that Reconnects have impacted her
- indigenous fire stewardship returning to forests in Minnesota in a collaboration between the Fond du Lac Band (a Chippewa / Anishinaabe band) and the Cloquet Forestry Center
- and Robin Wall Kimmerer continuing to foster the shift in consciousness toward a renewed relationship of love and reciprocity with the living Earth
This show is for every one of you who's awake to our multiple crises, feels your love for life on Earth, and chooses to participate in cultivating ways of life we can believe in, making a life-honoring present even in the face of an uncertain future.
To listen and for more info about these news stories, visit turningseason.com/episode24.
Check out my upcoming program, Healing Season, to help you find balance in your personal health, how you relate to your pain for the world, and your role in the Great Turning. This program draws from Chinese Medicine's wisdom about how our emotions and physical health relate, and includes learning qigong and practicing the Work that Reconnects: leilaninavar.com/healingseason
Originally published at turningseason.com.