Bespoken Bones supports the development of radiant erotic wellness in past, present, and future generations! The intention of this podcast is to create a rich, multi-disciplinary archive of research around the topics of ancestors, sexuality, trauma, and ecology.
Episode 80: On feeling at home, loving, and letting go
46:33Sean Saifa Wall, a somatic practitioner and an intersex activist, speaks about dreaming, celebrating life and death, loving and letting go, and feeling at home.
Episode 79: The stigma of drug use and blackness
1:07:33Ifetayo Harvey, Founder of the POC Psychedelic Collective, speaks about drug use, slavery, vulnerability, depression, and the epidemic of untreated trauma that people are trying to address and self-medicate.
Episode 78: On oppression, justice, love, patience and what its like to receive the gift of music
49:05Dia Luna, a California native painter, songwriter, and seer, speaks about what it’s like to receive the gift of music, its process and how it brings people together.
Episode 77: The relationship between the body, the nervous system work and the ancestor work
50:48Clementine Morrigan, a writer, creator, and facilitator of the popular workshop Trauma-Informed Polyamory, speaks about spirituality, sexuality, love and relationship, and how it intersects with trauma.
Episode 76: The Practice of Slowing Down
47:23Tai Fenix Kulystin, a white, queer, fat, trans genderqueer coach dedicated to building better relationships, releasing trauma, and exploring spirituality, speaks about the erotic and the practice of slowing down.
Episode 75: Healing the ancestral wounds
47:11Oscar Pérez, a ritual leader, spiritual teacher, and mentor speaks about shamanic traditions, unintended grief and rage, and healing.
Episode 74: On eldership, ancestral work, blackness, and healing arts practice
53:33Naya Jones, a geographer, healing arts practitioner, and ritual artist, speaks about eldership, ancestral work, justice, and the healing arts.
Episode 73: Decolonizing Aliveness
50:23Sobey Wing, a multi-racial settler, President of Kathara Pilipino Indigenous Arts Society, and Chair of the Cross Cultural Protocols Working Group of Youth Passageways organization, speaks about multi-racial identity, the rites of passage movement, decolonial love and what led him to his life towards various communities who shared a purpose