the Daydreaming Wolves podcast

 

My name is Yarrow, I am honoured to be your host!

Daydreaming Wolves explores some of the things I love most in life – ritual, expressive art and grief tending. I explore these themes through conversations with beautiful guests as well as solo episodes. To me ritual and creativity are healing practices and healing is always political, especially in these uncertain times we’re living in.

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Podcast #79 Living an uncompromised life with Jessica Uys

Podcast #79 Living an uncompromised life with Jessica Uys

Hey friends, how are you holding up? As promised I am publishing more episodes for your isolation enjoyment <3 This one is a beautiful conversation with Jessica Uys in which we talked about the following: The joy if ignoring common life and business advice What it...

Podcast #77 A woodland visualisation for times of crisis

Podcast #77 A woodland visualisation for times of crisis

Hey friends, I recorded this woodland visualisation as a way to offer some easily accessible grounding practices in these uncertain and stressful times. I'm thinking of all of you and am really committed to releasing more episodes over the next few weeks so we can...

Podcast #73 Self acceptance, love and bathing yourself in softness

Podcast #73 Self acceptance, love and bathing yourself in softness

Loved folks, I could not help but record a mushy solo episode for valentine's day. Sorry, not sorry! It's a pep talk on luxurious embodiment practices, easy rituals, documenting life and remembering that healing is always political. Wether you hate this day, celebrate...

Podcast #71 Art, ritual and celebrating life with Rebekah Erev

Podcast #71 Art, ritual and celebrating life with Rebekah Erev

Hey appreciated listeners, this episode is really close to my heart - I love working with my guest Rebekah Erev and really appreciate all that they do. Rebekah's work is so rich with imagination and reverence for the earth and the human experience and yet also really...

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