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#20 Grief, God & Yoga with Seane Corn

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World

Release Date: 04/30/2019

#59 The Art of Questioning Everything with Justin De Ruyter show art #59 The Art of Questioning Everything with Justin De Ruyter

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World

Justin and I look at the world in very similar ways. Maybe it’s because we were both raised by a gay dad, or because we both had to navigate challenging early childhood dynamics, or because we both have Dutch heritage. Either way, for as long as we can both remember, we’ve always approached the world with a great deal of curiosity and skepticism. Justin worked in the fire department for his entire adult life and just recently retired. He shares vulnerably about what his 23 years of experience has taught him about humanity and the systems we depend on. We discuss everything from navigating...

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#58 Lessons for Life From a Death Doula with Sarah Kerr show art #58 Lessons for Life From a Death Doula with Sarah Kerr

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World

Sarah Kerr is a death doula and ritual healing practitioner, helping people navigate literal and symbolic death through cross-cultural shamanic healing and nature-based spirituality. We speak about dark nights of the soul as initiatory experiences, rituals for letting go, the cyclical nature of the soul’s journey and how processing personal grief is of service to the larger whole.  Find Sarah at Sarah's Book Recommendation: by Joanna Macey and by Christopher Bache Songs featured: "Semolina" by Slow Meadow and "Kol Nidre" by Max Bruch How to support the show: Rate, review and...

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#57 Carl Jung and Our Soul's Quest for Meaning, Individuation & Transformation with Joseph R. Lee, Lisa Marchiano & Deborah Stewart show art #57 Carl Jung and Our Soul's Quest for Meaning, Individuation & Transformation with Joseph R. Lee, Lisa Marchiano & Deborah Stewart

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World

Joe, Lisa and Deb are Jungian Analysts and co-hosts of the podcast This Jungian Life. Our conversation covers Carl Jung & his legacy + weaves together discussions around manifestation, mysticism, authenticity, depth psychology, astrology, suffering, trauma, personal and collective dark nights of the soul & the mythology of the millennial generation. Find Joe, Lisa & Deb at Joe's Book Recommendation: by Dion Fortune Lisa's Book Recommendation: by Carl Jung Deb's Book Recommendation: by Donald Kalsched Songs featured: "Friends" by Francis and the Lights (feat. Bon Iver) and...

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#56 The Nutritional, Environmental and Ethical Case for Better Meat with Diana Rodgers show art #56 The Nutritional, Environmental and Ethical Case for Better Meat with Diana Rodgers

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World

Diana Rodgers, RD, LDN is a “real food” Licensed Registered Dietitian Nutritionist living on a working organic farm in New England. She’s an author and host of The Sustainable Dish Podcast. She's currently working on a new book and film project, Sacred Cow, exploring the important role of animals in our food system.

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#55 Interpreting Language, History and Spirituality to Locate our Life's #55 Interpreting Language, History and Spirituality to Locate our Life's "Lesson Plan" with Jenny Kellogg

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World

Jenny is a certified astrologer, holds a B.A. in Classical Philology and has studied ancient civilizations and languages for over 25 years. She also has a PhD in Modern Languages and Literatures and is one of my closest friends and mentors. Jenny and I speak about locating and embracing personal filters as it relates to language, heritage and spirituality in order to find our life's unique lesson plan. We also discuss our own personal mother wounds and how we're working through them, our skepticisms about some forms of astrology and how trauma can and should be used as a tool for finding...

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#54 Endangered Species Conservation & Reproduction with Kesley Martin show art #54 Endangered Species Conservation & Reproduction with Kesley Martin

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World

Kelsey is a veterinarian, former art student and badass hoola hooper. To be honest, we spend the entire first half of this podcast recounting a rattlesnake bite Kelsey got within a day of me meeting her (where she had to be flown out of a remote canyon we were in via helicopter), but for the rest of the show we discuss her experience growing up on large, remote cattle ranches, her inspiration for becoming a large animal veterinarian and how she plans to use her expertise to assist in endangered species awareness, conservation and reproduction. We also discuss our mutual love of the outdoors...

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#53 Inventing and Implementing a #53 Inventing and Implementing a "Happiness GDP" with Micah Kaats

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World

Very excited to bring this conversation with my brother to the podcast. Micah is currently working at The Happiness Research Institute developing an alternative to GDP that focuses on happiness, well-being and quality of life instead of profit. We discuss what happiness means, how it's measured and how it might be implemented. We also discuss the current state of the world and how our upbringing has informed our worldview. From living in different countries for most of our adult lives, to what it was like to be siblings, to being raised in an unconventional household, we both share our...

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#52 Buddhism, Psychology & The Trauma of Everyday Life with Mark Epstein show art #52 Buddhism, Psychology & The Trauma of Everyday Life with Mark Epstein

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World

Mark Epstein, M.D. is a psychiatrist in private practice in New York City and the author of a number of books about the interface of Buddhism and psychotherapy. Mark discusses the ways in which trauma weaves its way through the story and life of the Buddha, the difference between discipline and control and how narratives and feelings intersect and why both are useful. We also chat about the importance of integrating pain and grief into our lives and the fallacy of thinking that things ever "return to normal".    Find out more about Mark at  and on .   Mark's Book...

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#51 Evolving Outdated Stories and Breaking Out of our Collective Cage with Charles Eisenstein show art #51 Evolving Outdated Stories and Breaking Out of our Collective Cage with Charles Eisenstein

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World

Charles Eisenstein is a teacher, speaker and author of several books including Climate: A New Story, Sacred Economics and The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible. Charles and I set out to have a discussion embracing as many paradoxes, taboos and uncertainties as possible, and I think we did just that. We discuss the addictive nature of control, the similarities between skeptics and believers, the role we play in writing personal and collective narratives, the inevitable crisis that precedes any lasting change and the importance of seeing our lives within the context of much...

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#50 Sex, Uncertainty & Becoming Uncivilized with Chris Ryan show art #50 Sex, Uncertainty & Becoming Uncivilized with Chris Ryan

A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World

Chris Ryan is the bestselling author of Sex at Dawn & Civilized to Death. He also hosts a podcast called Tangentially Speaking. We talk about everything from President Clinton's infamous blowjob to male vulnerability to the importance of embracing uncertainty and heartbreak in one's life to the myth of "progress" and the (eventual? hopeful? inevitable?) downfall of civilization as we know it.

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If there was ever a "fix yourself to fix the world" themed episode, this would be it. Seane is a world-renowned yoga teacher and public speaker known for her social activism, impassioned style of teaching, and raw, honest and inspired self-expression. Seane's new book, Revolution of the Soul (now available for pre-order) focuses on the connection between inner and outer work and preaches a spirituality that addresses both the healing of ourselves and the world. Our discussion touches on all of these topics and more.

Seane's Book Recommendations:
Is Everyone Really Equal? by Özlem Sensoy
White Fragility by by Robin DiAngelo and Michael Eric Dyson
Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson
Light on Yoga by B.K.S. Iyengar
Eastern Body, Western Mind by Anodea Judith

Find Seane on SeaneCorn.com or on Instagram - @seanecorn

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