Grief is subversive, undermining the quiet agreement to behave and be in control of our emotions. It is an act of protest that declares our refusal to live numb and small. There is something feral about grief, something essentially outside the ordained and sanctioned behaviors of our culture. Because of that, grief is necessary to the vitality of the soul. Contrary to our fears, grief is suffused with life force.
. . . → Read More: Francis Weller And Carolyn Baker Converse About Grief And Joy
KMO welcomes Carolyn Baker (http://carolynbaker NULL.net/category/carolyn/) back to the C-Realm to discuss the topics she plans to address at the upcoming Age of Limits gathering. (http://ageoflimits NULL.org/)
. . . → Read More: KMO Podcast Interviews Carolyn On Community Grounded In Grief
On Radio Ecoshock, Carolyn and Alex Smith discuss the interconnectedness of science and spirituality in the age of transition . . . → Read More: Radio Ecoshock: Listen To Carolyn Interviewed By Alex Smith
Economic growth is over. Emotional growth is just beginning, and you can have all the growth you want on the inside. . . . → Read More: Peak Moment TV: Preparing Emotionally For The Coming Chaos With Carolyn Baker
Carolyn is interviewed on Blog Talk Radio speaking about the evolutionary shift occurring within the human and earth communities . . . → Read More: Envision This: Why Is Navigating The Coming Chaos An Unprecedented Opportunity?
Eckhart Tolle has explored this collapse of ego dominated structures in his writings and the dysfunctional egoic need for more, more, more, or infinite expansion, as the underlying cause. But the ego dominated structures of modern civilization are facing the “wall” of finite resources, and contraction or collapse is inevitable. Preparing emotionally and spiritually for this collapse will be the focus of our conversation with Carolyn. . . . → Read More: Live Teleseminar, June 7, With Carolyn On “Living With Tolle”
Yes, we talk about collapse, but it’s rather academic, and I think people in wealthy nations are nowhere near prepared for the awful shock of energy descent and financial uncertainty, and a freaky, damaged climate. We’re not ready inside, so why don’t we start with what you mean by the word “sacred?” . . . → Read More: Navigating The Coming Chaos: Radio Ecoshock Interviews Carolyn Baker, February 25, 2011