Carina Lyall’s Becoming Nature podcast explores “ceremony, community, elderhood, expression, keeping it real, life and its medicine.” It’s totally my cup of tea! In this animated conversation we talk about how all those important topics fit with meeting death well.
Karen Wyatt's podcast, EOL University, has been a mainstay of the holistic death movement for years. In my latest interview with her, we discuss how understanding the deathwalker archetype helps people who are called to support dying people and their families.
This is a 2 part interview with Oncologist Rob Rutledge, Psychotherapist Timothy Walker and Chaplain David Maginley. The podcast is called Spirituality and Cancer, and our conversations are about the spiritual dynamics of death.
In this video interview, Melody and I explore some of the ways that the built and natural environments around us impact how we live, and how we die, and we talk about the larger collective death and rebirth period that we’re currently navigating.
In this conversation, Michael and I unpack what a ritual is; explore how we loosen our fixation on the physical and the outer and the visible and the tangible; how grief and grieving differ; and how to understand our life as a spiral rather than a relentless trajectory.
This conversation with Karen Johnson, was recorded during the pandemic. The video covers a host of topics, including grieving, mourning and healing at a distance, rituals for pregnancy loss, and creating new cultural models for meeting grief and loss.
This interview explores why funerals matter, and why they need to make space for grief as well as laughter. A successful funeral is a healing ritual for both the living and the dead.
This interview with veterinarian, Dr. Edward Bassingthwaite, explores the energetic movement of an animal's soul after death. We talk about both sudden death and expected death such as euthanasia.
This interview, on The Numinous Podcast with Carmen Spagnola, explores the nuts and bolts of dying well, being a death doula, and ways to honour the death of animals and trees.