Podcasts and Other Audio
Many of you have read my books and followed my writing online over the years but perhaps were unable to attend one of my workshops in person. Despite the limitations of audio vs. live presentations, some of my valuable teaching will now be available online.
It is my goal in the coming year to produce extensive audio segments of vital information regarding emotional and spiritual preparation for the collapse of industrial civilization. These will include far more than just information and will offer you the opportunity to utilize many of the experiential exercises provided in my live workshops.
- – Resilience and Regeneration
In this week’s episode Carolyn Baker speaks with Joanna
about:living resiliently in the dark night of the globe; the mirror of our collective shadow; the phases of the age of Kali; attending to our grief; the end of business as usual; the way through despair and emotional numbing; the death and rebirth process; indigenous perspectives on these times; decolonizing our minds and hearts; finding our call to regeneration; honoring the animal in us; ending the myth of separation, we need each other; befriending the dark emotions; where is our dignity located individually and within our communities.
The Lifeboat Hour
In 2014 Carolyn acquired the Lifeboat Hour on Progressive Radio Network from the late Michael Ruppert. She is now podcasting on her own with guests and commentary which provide practical tools for navigating the turbulent waters of the global crisis.
The “New” Lifeboat Hour
- - Be The Change: Deep Resistance: What Sacred Activism Looks Like
Paul Engler who the founding director of the Center for the Working Poor, based in Los Angeles. Paul is also one of the founders of the Momentum Training, which educates hundreds of activists each year in the principles of momentum-driven mobilization. His deep resistance is informed by peace and justice mysticism and mindfulness practices.
- - The Endless Gifts of Grief
At this moment the world is absolutely marinated in grief, yet most humans fail to recognize that reality. Even worse, few people in this culture have safe places to express their grief or people who will support them in doing so. December 8-10, Carolyn Baker and Terry Chapman will provide a safe container for expressing grief, surrounded by natural beauty and caring allies. In their New Lifeboat Hour conversation, Terry and Carolyn discuss their reasons for creating a “Gifts of Grief” weekend and offer a preview of the event. They note the many forms of grief we all experience and explain how all forms are connected in our hearts through everything we love.
- - Building A Bridge To Regenerative Resilience
Carolyn and Dean Walker discuss their offerings for resilience training in 2018–live courses and ongoing online events in the context of an increasingly dire global crisis. How do we create joy and beauty in our lives as we prepare emotionally and spiritually for unprecedented and heartbreaking challenges?
- - Responding To Our Predicament With Acceptance And Action
Reflecting on her last podcast interview with a millennial guest, Carolyn and retired surgeon, Harvey Austin, author of Elders Rock, discuss our planetary predicament and how wise men and women of all ages must respond by opening to the wisdom that is available to all of us, regardless of our age. Our predicament is calling us all to become “Elders,” not just “olders.” This podcast honors the wisdom of both the old and the young as we confront a dying planet as well as the ending of our own individual journey on Planet Earth.
- - Across The Generations Between Boomer And Millennial: Navigating Endings And Beginnings At All Ages
Carolyn the boomer and Tyler Hess the millennial discuss our terminal predicament from the perspective of both of their generations. The wise-beyond-his-years, Tyler, shares how he lives and serves as he navigates the devastating future left to his generation by boomers in search of endless growth on a finite planet. A priceless conversation between two elders of different ages that you do not want to miss.
- - Resilience Bridge: Living Resiliently In The Dark Night Of The Globe
Carolyn, Andrew Harvey, and Dean Walker discuss the upcoming Resilience Bridge pilot courses and Andrew and Carolyn share their experience of creating and finalizing their forthcoming book. What does resilience really mean? Is it possible to develop this skill in the midst of the current planetary madness? If so, how?
- - Living Resilience: Dean Walker And Carolyn Baker Launch A New Body Of Work
Dean Walker and Carolyn Baker share their new body of work which will provide a safe container and extensive tools for building community and skill sets for living resiliently in the uncertain, distressing, and daunting times in which we live now and will live in the future.
- - Living Resilience: Dean Walker And Carolyn Baker Launch A New Body Of Work
- - Animal Wisdom: Learning From And Helping Animals In The Age Of Extinction
Carolyn and Dr. Linda Bender, DVM, discuss what everyone can do locally and beyond to make life easier for all species. Animals are our teachers, and our work is to listen to and tangibly help them–from the animals in our back yards to animals around the world. Linda also discusses the changing face of veterinary medicine and the role of animals in prisoner rehabilitation and the treatment of combat veterans.
- - Reclaiming Your Roots And Restoring Earth Community
Carolyn and Pegi Eyers discuss her work and her book, Ancient Spirit Rising. We are the generation that has to bring the truth of colonization out into the open, learn the truth about white supremacy, racism, slavery, genocide, oppression, assimilation, white privilege, white fragility, features of the colonial apparatus such as cultural appropriation, and pass those truths along to our white cohort. “Co-existence through co-resistance” and ally-ship with First Nations instead of tokenizing, stereotypes and abstract theories. Working toward the goal of healing our fractured relationships with people of colour, learning good intercultural competency skills, and actualizing the related visions of restitution, reconciliation and peaceful co-existence.
The “Old” Lifeboat Hour
- The Lifeboat Hour – 02.03.16 -
Carolyn talks with Ivey Cone, producer of Fuki Cafe and Extinction Radio, about how we navigate these turbulent times and stay connected with the Earth.
- The Lifeboat Hour – 01.17.16 -
Being an elder has less to do with age than with wisdom. Dr. Harvey Austin and Carolyn discuss Harvey’s new book “Elders Rock.”
- The Lifeboat Hour – 01.10.16 -
Dean Walker and Carolyn talk about “Full Spectrum Living—With Death In Mind.” What does it mean to live with passion and purpose in a time of extinction?
- The Lifeboat Hour – 12.20.15 -
In this episode, “A Light In Dark Times,” Carolyn offers an urgent Winter Solstice, inspirational “fireside chat.” Where are we going as an Earth community? What is the Earth asking of us right now?
- The Lifeboat Hour – 12.13.15 -
Tyler Hess returns to the Lifeboat Hour to share his perspective as a member of the millennial generation on climate chaos, the collapse of industrial civilization, and how living in intimate relationship with Earth in the face of the Sixth Great Extinction sustains us and all life in the universe.
- The Lifeboat Hour – 12.06.15 -
Author and wisdom teacher, Mirabai Starr, joins Carolyn to discuss the Dark Night Of The Globe as well as The Dark Night Of The Soul in troubled times.
- The Lifeboat Hour – 11.22.15 -
Carolyn is joined by activist, author, and Rumi scholar, Andrew Harvey as they discuss the human shadow and the global crisis and how we can heal both the personal and collective shadow.
- The Lifeboat Hour – 11.15.15 -
Carolyn and Charles Eisenstein are all over the map discussing things they both care about deeply.
- The Lifeboat Hour – 11.08.15 -
Carolyn talks with energy activist Nancy La Placa about the climate cost of fossil fuels and dirty energy with some surprises about which forms of energy really are cleaner.
- The Lifeboat Hour – 10.25.15 -
Carolyn and Francis Weller discuss the need to become skilled practitioners of conscious grieving along with his new book, The Wild Edge of Sorrow.