This week we welcome to the show fellow podcaster, Laura London. Laura has a background in neuroscience, astrology, kundalini yoga and Transcendental Meditation.
She is the host of one of my favourite podcasts, Speaking of Jung and joins us today to have a wide-ranging chat about -what else?- but Carl Jung himself.
Joining us this week for a chat about both one of my very favourite things and very favourite people is filmmaker Lance Mungia. Lance is the director of the recently released feature documentary, Third Eye Spies.
So in this extended discussion, we explore remote viewing, the amazing Russell Targ, the experience of actually making the film and also speculate on the cosmic implications of the efficacy of remote viewing in general.
This week we welcome to the show author, teacher and animist, Daniel Foor. In addition to being an initiate in several global traditions, Daniel is also a doctor of psychology and licensed psychotherapist.
He joins us to talk about ancestral healing, the positive and negative impact the dead can have in our lives, the difference between an ancestor and a dead person and what the ongoing opportunities and responsibilities we among the living have to those in the spirit world.
A little later than usual, and timed to coincide with the Glastonbury Occult Conference launch of Paul Weston's latest book, The Occult Battle of Britain, I am pleased to present another patented episode of Storytime with Paul!
Listen in as we discuss the book, its backstory and how it wove its way into Paul's life, what even was the Occult Battle of Britain, its antecedents, and what significance it might hold for us at this particular point in the timeline.
In which we unpack the aftermath of the fire, the completely successful group enchantment that ended it, and ponder some ways of talking about and thinking with dragons.
I know I promised a solo show on my experiences so far with this 53,000 hectare fire encircling the farm but, a few hours ago, it occurred to me there might be a way of framing the tale so that it is more useful or at least magically interesting to you.
So with very little notice and coming off another podcast recording, Austin agreed to pull a chart together for Tasmania and we use an analysis of that as a frame for discussing my experiences.
It’s not technical -how could it be, if I’m involved?- but for you astro nerds out there, the Aries and Libra ingress charts for Hobart, as well as the base chart we drew up for Tasmania, are all in the show notes, with Austin’s commentary.
This week, we welcome to the show the legendary Robyn Francis. Robyn is one of permaculture’s leading teachers and proponents.
We talk about the movement's early days, some reasons for optimism today, interconnectivity and building stone circles in the subtropics.
Note: This episode was recorded on location. You can view the video version on YouTube.
This week, we are joined by Dean of Religion at Vassar, Dr Christopher White.
Christopher joins us to discuss his recent book, Other Worlds: Spirituality and the Search for Invisible Dimensions. Along the way, we talk Flatland, Narnia, the role of dreams in one's life and the true merit of 'fantasy' fiction.
Really good stuff.
Continuing our January series of guests here to get your head in the game for 2019, this week we speak to artist, author and art therapist, Angela Kirby.
Angela takes us through her journey as an artist, what it's like living out in the Australian desert, and which techniques you can use at home to utilise artistic or creative capacities for either psychological growth or healing.
Really good, useful stuff.
And we're back!
Kicking off January's run of guests here to get you all setup for 2019, we welcome back to the show Conner Habib. Conner is a writer, teacher, sex worker, anthroposophist and activist.
He joins us today to explore desire and whether we experience it in the most optimised way. We also chat about Wilhelm Reich, the Left's problem with witchcraft, anthropology and Christmas.