August 16, 2020I’m happy to share a new podcast episode with you all! My conversation is with Sara Jolena Wolcott @sarajw_anticipating. Sara and I have a conversation around her work as a healer, eco-theologian and educator. This conversation was recorded in August 2020 in the midst of the COVID-19 global pandemic and the socio-political upheavals that have been brought front and center to global stage in part due to these unprecedented times.  Sara Jolena Wolcott, M.Div., is a healer, minister, and entrepreneur.  She’s been doing hands on healing since she was 5 years old and has been attempting to align with the Divine Feminine since a young child.  Her search to understand the root causes and potential solutions to intersecting racial, ecological, and gendered crises took her on an odyssey first around the world and then into her own family and our global ecological history. As one of the descendents of the founding fathers of the United States, she is actively reMembering familial and national origin stories and related histories as part of creating eco-cultures that have a chance of thriving in a climate changed world.  She is a graduate of Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York, the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, England, Haverford College in Pennsylvania and the McKinnon Institute of Massage Therapy in Oakland, CA. She has lived, worked, learned from elders and healers, and spoken to audiences in over 9 countries.  While she normally resides in New York City, she has been sheltering in place in her family’s home in the East Bay Area, on the traditional homeland of the Ohlone people.  If you listen I hope you take the time to rate and review on iTunes and share with me your thoughts and feedback 🙏💗 #NurtureYourNature #nurtureyournaturepodcast #workingwithancestors #decolonization #healingancestry #originstories #ecotheology #climatechange #ecoactivism

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