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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.

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.
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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.

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English


Episodes

Episode 40: The place for our wounding is the dirt under our feet: Disability justice, embodied activism and taking care of each other

12/6/2018
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In this episode, artist, poet, writer and facilitator Naomi Ortiz speaks to the intersection of place, ancestors, activism embodiment and disability justice. Naomi is a Disabled, Mestiza (Latina/Indigenous/White), raised in Latinx culture, living in the U.S./Mexico borderlands. For information on visit: www.NaomiOrtiz.com Twitter: @ThinkFreestyle Instagram: NaomiOrtizWriterArtist

Duration:00:48:20

Episode 39: Your trans ancestors and elders hold your activist tender heart

11/20/2018
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Scholar and filmmaker Dr. Susan Stryker celebrates the continuum of trans history, and speaks to queering time through her relationships with both elders and ancestors in the trans community. This episode is in honor of the Trans Day of Remembrance.

Duration:00:47:23

Episode 38: Deadnaming and the Good Death movement

11/7/2018
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In honor of the Trans Day of Remembrance (November 20) Bespoken Bones is showcasing Trans speakers and causes all month. In this episode, Anthony Easton discusses the act of deadnaming, and how the trans community might learn from the good death movement and vice-versa.

Duration:00:30:56

Episode 37: Decolonizing our ancestral body: Answering the ancestral call towards liberation

10/23/2018
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Spirit worker, medicine maker, priest and activist Lou Florez (Awo Ifadunsin Sangobiyi) speaks to being in community and in being conversation with our ancestors as we embody their blessings while disrupting colonizer culture as it lives inside of us. Join us on Oct. 28 in San Francisco at the Modern Witches Confluence!

Duration:00:56:13

Episode 36: Radical education, revamping Catholicism, and Ancestral Eros

9/26/2018
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Practitioner of wonder Lindsay Sudeikis exuberantly riffs on her former life as a nun, the biblical erotic, and what it is to be in love with life while holding a hard line against oppression. She basically smashes patriarchy with every word that falls from her mouth.

Duration:01:09:31

Episode 35: Communicating through trees: Healing trauma in community

9/9/2018
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Dr. G Love aka Geryll Robinson discusses the value of communal ancestral practice and ritual to heal transgenerational trauma in community.

Duration:00:47:11

Episode 34: Queer Ancestral Sexual Healing

8/27/2018
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In this episode, Nick Venegoni of the Queer Spirit podcast interviews me. We discuss the importance of desire and pleasure, and how it gets complicated in the presence of trauma. I riff on how to know if you’re not living your body, and getting comfortable being uncomfortable. Lastly, we explore the transmission of trans-generational trauma and its effects on the body and sexual well-being.

Duration:00:31:03

Episode 33: Embodied evolutionary history, ancestral movement and deep feeling and healing

8/11/2018
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Ancestral Movement practitioner Simon Thakur discusses the evolutionary role of empathy, the adaptive qualities of disembodiment, and how moving like our ancestors can heal our grieving hearts.

Duration:00:56:08

Episode 32: Unspelling White Supremacy through Ancestral Storytelling

7/27/2018
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UK storyteller and activist Elinor Predota discusses the importance of multiplicity of perspectives when learning the stories of our ancestors, who lived rich, multi-faceted lives. Storytelling can be a healing practice that allows the humanity and fullness of our ancestors to come into focus.

Duration:00:48:21

Episode 31: Learning boundaries with ancestors

7/12/2018
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Bodyworker and ancestral healer Mika Banks speaks on how she had to learn boundaries to work effectively with the dead.

Duration:00:43:42

Episode 30: Breaking the spell of dis-belonging: on land, bones and ancestral boners

6/28/2018
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Cultural geographer Christos Galanis speaks on ecosexuality as ancestral sexuality, and embodying the priniciples of sacred reciprocity, integrity and consent.

Duration:00:37:58

Episode 29: Plants, stones and bones: Ancestral healing allies from the natural world

6/13/2018
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Plant and stone medicine healer Dori Midnight, speaks on ancestral and queer magic with the green bloods and rocks and crystals as allies in ancestral healing.

Duration:00:47:12

Episode 28: Where did they go? Finding the Queer and Trans Ancestors hiding in plain sight in our genealogy

5/29/2018
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LGBTQ Historian and genealogist Stewart Blandon Traimon speaks on finding our ancestors who had special relationships with gender and sexuality in our family trees. Genealogy is an important parallel to ancestral reverence, and it's a special treat to dive in through a queer lens.

Duration:00:33:28

Episode 27: Mental health crisis as ancestral initiation

5/15/2018
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Sangoma Gogo Ekhaya Esima of Sangoma Healing speaks on her initiation through mental health crisis and the importance of being humble on our knees before our ancestors.

Duration:00:57:41

Episode 26: Healing our relationship with Death

4/30/2018
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Listen as death doula and ritualist Sarah Kerr of Soul Passages discusses how to prepare to be a good ancestor, have a good death, and face the truth that life is finite.

Duration:00:43:15

Episode 25: Astrology, Ancestors and the queerness of Uranus

4/15/2018
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Archetypal Astrologer Rebecca Farrar speaks in plain English on ancestral connections within astrological birth charts, and the power of viewing your life through an astrological lens.

Duration:00:46:09

Episode 24: The past is present: Jung, ancestors and healing transgenerational sexual trauma

3/31/2018
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Jungian therapist and author Dr. Sandra Easter discusses her work and book "Jung and the Ancestors Beyond Biography, Mending the Ancestral Web" on how we can heal generations of suffering by opening our hearts to feeling what is present in our lineages, our communities, and the land.

Duration:00:44:23

Episode 23: Art, queer ancestors and healing sex

3/17/2018
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Listen as Artistic Director Seth Eisen discusses how art can bring queer ancestors OUT of the shadows and into the light in his new San Francisco collaboration OUT of SITE, and the multigenerational healing that can happen from diving deep into our queer history.

Duration:00:47:58

Episode 22: Queer mysteries and Leather ancestors

3/1/2018
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Sexuality author and educator Lee Harrington of Passion and Soul speaks on the mighty queer dead, erotic ancestral practice, and kink and leather ancestral lineages.

Duration:00:44:59

Episode 21: Reclaiming the ancestral dreaming body

2/15/2018
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Listen as embodied dream worker and ancestral lineage repair practitioner Seyta Selter of Innerlands speaks to the practices of dreaming with ancestors, and the healing power of erotic dreams.

Duration:00:45:23