Jun 9, 2020


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"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Racism, the Double Wounding, and Shamanism with Langston Kahn: Part One

The collusive, fearful, racist underbelly of the American culture has been exposed by the hate-filled rhetoric, violence, and lies of the current presidential race. The avoidance of social issues condoned by the 1980's politics of political correctness have done precisely what avoidance does, allow that which we are avoiding to grow unchecked. In this same timeframe shamanism has blossomed into contemporary American consciousness offering a possibility of transformation. Join host Christina Pratt and her guest Langston Kahn as they explore the double wounding of racism and the roots of this cultural disease from a shamanic perspective. Can we use our shamanic skills to make new medicine for an ancient illness, to lean effectively into our own discomfort, and shape a social fabric our descendants would be honored to inherit?

**This show last aired September 2016.**

Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Voices of the Sacred Feminine

Taking a Gnostic Path with Luke Eastwood

Author, activist and social justice activist, Luke Eastwood, calls in from the U.K. today to discuss Finding Your Own Way - Taking a Gnostic Path. Luke and I will delve into how we might be in control of our own destiny, how COVID-19 is both a trap and opportunity for humanity, how we can choose not to "go along with the programme" as he calls it. We'll talk about choosing one's own spiritual path, and how creativity is a great tool to overcome fear and depression. Luke will talk to listeners about his views we're all controlled from birth and most hardly realize it.

Fri, June 12, 2020 at 2:00 pm Eastern


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