On Ayurveda as a practice of deep listening, strengthening our ability to be resilient, present and respectful of the rhythms of Nature.
On true allyship, the names we need to keep repeating, the necessary healings and breaking through.
On the subtlety and majesty of the flowers, and their capacity to bring our human bodies back to Nature.
On the harrowing reality from the hospital floor, two actions we can take to stop the spread, and the stories we craft to help us cope.
On a new definition of politics, and caring for ourselves through this.
On the core of communication, and some myths we can release.
On the actual ending of racism – in this generation.
On the vital ways in which we approach practice for mental health.
On womanhood, excellence, Blackness, and our crucial collaborations in parenting, partnership, and creativity.
On homeschooling as reclaiming learning, prioritizing in a busy household and the gifts of boredom.
On the history of black maternal health, how we can change the story, and parenting our kids as actualized beings.
On compassion in the context of activism, building a culture of care, and cultivating enthusiasm to save our democracy.
On showing up for your writing with devotion. On reading as writing; writing as reading. On humility as wisdom.
On clearing biotoxicity and creating work that heals.
On the life-changing conversations of race, the majestic presence of lineage, and the vital, daily work of loving yourself.
On transcending our instincts, practicing what scares us, seeing where we coincide, and choosing our state.
Erin is a travel, culture and lifestyle documentary photographer, creative culture consultant, writer and founder of Black Burner Project.
On connecting to Nature, our wisest innermost council, and our deepest compassion.
On the past as fuel for the future, the realities of race, and the magic of making records
On racism recovery as psychological, individual and collective healing.
On scarcity in schools, committing to our edification, wealth as activism, and standing back to back as we heal.
On the voyage of service, what still needs our attention, connecting to Mother Earth, and majestic remembrance
On whiteness in wellness, our responsibility, our clumsiness and our commitments.
On studentship, using your art to heal, and becoming heavy enough to hold it all.
On choosing conscious shocks, conscious suffering and crystallizing your commitment to daily bliss.
On belonging, dreamwork, and welcoming aging as a privilege.
On the perpetual revolution of the soul, with the one and only Seane Corn.
On music as medicine, listening carefully, and the relevance of surrendering.
On the road to sobriety, the questions we need to ask, and the ways we need to listen.
On intentional death and dying, elder and hospice care, and the conversations we need to have to help our elders die beautifully.
On poetry that transforms our ways of seeing, listening and being.
On communication in quarantine, with courageous openness.