Susan Tchudi speaks with with Carolyn Baker about her new book “Dark Gold: The Human Shadow and the Global Crisis.”
In this audio interview, Simran and Carolyn closely examine both the personal shadow with which we all must contend individually and the collective shadow to which the personal shadows of some seven billion people contribute. The influence of both on the human species is gargantuan, and the current global crisis which threatens to erase all life from planet Earth is a horrifying testimony to the destructiveness of the shadow unseen and unhealed. Click Read More to listen!
Simran Singh interviews Carolyn about her book Love In The Age of Ecological Apocalypse, May 16, 2016.
Carolyn and Deborah Beauvais discuss Love In The Age of Ecological Apocalypse in depth
Carolyn was recently interviewed on Extinction Radio, and says it was the best interview in which she’s ever participated. Click “Read More” to hear the interview.
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.
On Radio Ecoshock, Carolyn and Alex Smith discuss the interconnectedness of science and spirituality in the age of transition