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Welcome to the show, Sobey Wing.
I left it to Sobey, by his request, to introduce himself during this show and so I will leave the same here in regards to the content of the show:
“We will examine moving from complicit behaviours in systemic racism, environmental racism that could be examined and confronted with consciousness and heart-centered accountability, particularly in the above cultures. Ultimately we will look at how to center and support indigenous-led front lines that need us to stand together for the water and future generations in Standing Rock and all lands and waters threatened by corporate greed and governments.”
This show was the first, and likely only, live episode of the podcast. I say “only” because the video quality does not meet the standards of this show. However, the audio is fairly good, so no loss on the gems Sobey offers us in this one.
~There is a special announcement during the intro of the audio-only version of this show, give it a listen to find out.~
For the November Edition of ATTMind Radio, I am happy to introduce Malcolm Saunders to the show.
He is a prolific food educator, chocolate maker, and the owner and visionary behind The Light Cellar, which is considered to be one of the premier superfood stores in North America. I have known Malcolm for many years now and his work has had an important impact on my own life, it is an honour to have him on the show.
In this episode we talk about:
“foodSCOPE” Malcolm’s model for creating a personally meaningful diet.
Raw Foods and diet diversity.
Saturated Fats and the history of Canola.
Problems with Standard American.
Craving for junk food and fulfilment of internal, psychic Emptiness.
Simplifying and training yourself for intuitive eating.
Aredveda and diet’s effects on subjective consciousness.
Superfoods in general.
Problems with the 1st world’s role at the top of the globalised food economy hierarchy.
How to seek ‘good’ and high-integrity sources of rare or medicinal foods.
CHOCOLATE – the problems with the so-called “raw” movement, mycotoxins, and the experiential potentials of chocolate as a ceremonial substance.
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This episode we welcome TEDx alumni Erica Wohldmann. She is is a scientist and a passionate environmentalist with a joint PhD in cognitive psychology and cognitive science from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She is also currently a Professor of Psychology at California State University, Northridge. We have her on the show today to talk ReWilding.
If you have heard of reWilding yet, here is a great place to start. We talk not only about what reWilding is but also dip into the human cognitive relationship to nature, the role immersion to nature plays in our psychological and physiological health, and some tips to get yourself started. We also touch on agriculture, playing in the dirt, talking to plants, and the church of the forest. Of course, no talk on reWilding would be complete without discussing the broken food shed in North America and its influence on degenerative diseases and obesity!