Starhawk is an activist, teacher, and author, and is best known for her books Dreaming the Dark and The Fifth Sacred Thing. She talks with Eric about initiation and rites of passage, the need to see the world as a web of relationships in order to heal it, the need to open our minds to multiple ways of knowing, and why animism, as a worldview, was so threatening to some European lineages, among other things.
Lyla June is a Diné singer, writer, and activist who co-founded The Taos Peace and Reconciliation Council. She talks with Eric about the traumatic roots of the settler colonial paradigm, how our guiding stories and sense of self are necessarily rooted in homeland, how delicate and brittle American society has become without a place-based identity, among other things.
Stephen Jenkinson is an author, teacher, storyteller, spiritual activist, farmer, and founder of the Orphan Wisdom School. He and Eric talk about culture and ancestry, the differences between entitlement and privilege, the risks of learning, the value of ambivalence, and elderhood, among other things.