In this episode, we contemplate the concept of time during a pandemic, and waking up to the here and now.
“Southside” by Lee Rosevelt
“You’re no good but I love you” by Soft and Furious at: https://pixabay.com
“End of the Street” by Kabbalistic Village
S2E2: In this episode, we talk about activism and the benefits of slowing down when the world is on fire, tending your own fire, preventing and caring for burn out, and the guilt and shame that can arise from slowing down.
“We need Coatlicue to slow us up so that the psyche can assimilate previous experiences and process the changes. If we don’t take the time, she’ll lay us low with an illness, forcing us to ‘rest.’" Gloria Anzaldua (Borderlands, p. 46)
“Conocimiento and Self-Care in the Time of Covid” - Martha Aguilar
The Adaway Group: Freedom School https://adawaygroup.com/freedom-school/
Kasai Thrive: https://www.kasaithrive.com/
BRITTANY DIOR WILSON: https://www.brittanydiorwilson.com/
Corazon Counseling: https://corazoncounseling.com/trainings/
"Southside" by Lee Rosevelt
"End of the Street" by Kabbalistic Village
"Space is Invisible" by Joseph McDade
"Courage" from purple-planet.com
"You’re No Good but I Love You" by Soft and Furious at pixabay.com/music/
S2, E1: We’re back from a long pause and here with a new format. As we continue to navigate the unknown of these times (thanks, no thanks pandemic), we’re also having more clarity about our needs and what’s possible. Take a listen to get to know how we are embracing the mystery of creative energy and saying “g’bye” to traditional podcast formats.
Martha Aguilar & Melissa Fernandez
"Southside" by Lee Rosevere
"Thinking Music" by Kevin MacLeod
"You’re no Good but I Love You" by Soft and Furious http://pixabay.com/music
"All That" by Ben Sound https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/track/all-that-chill-hop
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