Recently I was honored to join the SaturnVox podcast as a guest to talk about the inherent magic of creativity and the praxis of play.
Particularly, that c0-creativity is a means of connecting back to the land and the sky, as a dance of participation and reciprocity in the age of Anthropocene. My hope is to encourage you to awaken to the magic of the mundane and fall utterly in love with your life that is living art.
In what ways is our art our children? What does it mean to be dead while alive? How might we fully embody the nature of our own authentic vulnerabilities? What can go wrong when our art, as our children, begin to be perceived by others as a commodifiable object? What does it look like to speak to someone soul-to-soul and how might we cultivate thresholds of safety for ourselves and others? What does it mean to be in a state of flow?
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I hope you enjoy listening to this as much as I enjoyed chatting with McCalla Ann, a righteous artist in their own right.
SaturnVox is a thought-provoking spiritual and creative podcast that I recommend checking out and adding to your queue! A few of my favorite episodes have included:
- The Artes of the Artist: On the Philosophy of Aesthetics and Mythic Origin with J.M. Hamade
- Scrying for Portals: On Folklore and Fairytales in the Nativity with Sasha Ravitch
- Necromancy, Poetry, and the Preservation of Emotions with Cooper Wilhelm