Jul 20, 2021


Around the Web, Around the World

"Why Shamanism Now?" with Christina Pratt

Art and Living Shamanism with Mark Wagner

"Creativity is a magical and sacred process. The process transforms the artist and the product transforms the world,” explains artist Mark Wagner of Hearts and Bones. Mark is an internationally known digital and traditional artist, teacher, and street painter whose work moves so deeply in shamanic realms that it has empowered the covers works like Michael Harner’s classic, The Way of the Shaman, and countless Shaman’s Drum magazine issues. This week Mark joins host and shaman, Christina Pratt, in this final episode of the WSN series, Art and Shamanism. There isn’t a reason in the world to stop making art because it grounds our creativity in our bodies where it can then change the world. It feeds our souls, takes us on a journey, and connects us to the sacred. Join us as we explore the job and the power of art to move the people and in that act to shape a new story for the new world.

**This show originally aired August 2013.**

Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 11:00 AM Pacific

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Circle Sanctuary Network Podcasts

Circle Sanctuary's Circle Talk - Monica Bodirsky: WITCHfest North International

WITCHfest North International is an annual Arts and Culture Festival held every year from October 1-31st with music, art, discussions, workshops and events programmed by Witches for all earth based, Indigenous and Pagan spiritualities. Join us on Circle Talk as we talk to WITCHfest founder, Monica Bodirsky.

Tue, July 20, 2021 at 8:00 pm Eastern


Desperate House Witches

Documentarian, Girl Friday, & Freelance Journalist at The Wild Hunt - Azure West

Documentarian, Girl Friday, & Freelance Journalist at The Wild Hunt - Azure West joins me for the hour to discuss her upcoming documentary:

Mistress of Glitz, Glam, and Mayhem, Azure West is a Washington state native turned Texas transplant since 2002. Azure suffers from “helium hand” which has landed her in coordinator positions for Houston Pagan Pride and Council of Magical Arts as Entertainment Coordinator, serving as Special Events Coordinator for her OTO Temple, Bubastis Oasis, as well as various community event leadership rolls. After many years of coordination positions, Azure has now delved into producing and filming documentaries. In February of 2021, “Krewe Impromptu” was released. Showcasing what the New Orleans Mardi Gras season manifested into during COVID-19. Now, she is working on a new series of short documentaries titled “Mountain to Swamp; Medicine and Magic. The release date is slated for October 2021. Given the title of “People Magician” by her tribe of friends, Azure thrives on helping build community. When she is not gallivanting the countryside she conforms to her mundane job as a mortgage closer, working on her goal of being Gothic Martha Stewart, and whatever else she can pile on her overflowing plate of deliciousness called life. Azure West has been writing for with The Wild Hunt since 2020.

Fri, July 23, 2021 at 7:00 pm Eastern


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