I was inspired to create this project in order to redefine what it means to be a millennial, reimagine personal and collective mythologies, and to help my generation pursue meaning, authenticity and belonging in troubled times.
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#126 Navigating Darkness & Becoming an Apprentice of the Unknown with Deborah Eden TullDeborah Eden Tull (who goes by Eden) is a Zen meditation and engaged dharma teacher, public speaker, author and sustainability educator, as well as the…
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In late October, A Millennial’s Guide to Saving the World will turn four. That’s a pretty solid chunk of time for a thing to exist, and it’s fair to say…
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I’ve always resented the waning optimism of my elders. As a passionate, young idealist I found their “Well, what are ya gonna do” attitude to be dull…
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#125 Paradox, Polarity and Nuance in Astrology with Whitney WillWhitney returns to the podcast to discuss how paradox, polarity and nuance show up in astrology, and how to best utilize concepts of “good” and “bad” to…
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#124 Reckoning With Our Disconnection From Grief, Elderhood and Community, Part Two with Kimberly Ann JohnsonKimberly Ann Johnson is a somatic experience practitioner, sexological bodyworker, author, podcast host, and doula. She returns to the podcast to speak…
#123 Reckoning With Our Disconnection From Grief, Elderhood and Community, Part One with Stephen JenkinsonStephen is a culture activist, teacher, author, and co-founder if the Orphan Wisdom School. His work centers around grief, elderhood, community, and is…
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#122 Reclaiming Curiosity and Connection in Dangerously Divided Times with Mónica GuzmánMónica Guzmán is an author, journalist, and bridge builder. She is the Director of Digital Storytelling at Braver Angels, a nonprofit working to…
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