Hey everyone,

thank you so much for all the wellbeing wishes for my broken leg, I really appreciate them <3

I’m wishing you a beautiful Imbolc if you are celebrating and am excited to send this conversation with the wonderful Langston Kahn your way. This has been so nourishing to record and I really hope you’ll get as much out of it as I did! Here is what we talked about:

  • Shadow work – what it is, why it matters and how we can begin
  • Langston’s view on cancel culture
  • Reclaiming parts of ourselves and healing trauma
  • The many ways in which we can reach for ancestral healing
  • His book Deep Liberation: Shamanic Teachings for Reclaiming Wholeness in a Culture of Trauma

Langston Kahn is a shamanic practitioner and teacher specializing in radical human transformation, ancestral healing and the restoration of an authentic relationship with our emotions. He stands firmly at the crossroads, his practice informed by somatic modalities, contemporary shamanic traditions, initiations into traditions of the African Diaspora, training with indigenous elders and his helping spirits and ancestors weaving it all together. He gives workshops and lectures globally in person and online and is the author of Deep Liberation: Shamanic Teachings for Reclaiming Wholeness in a Culture of Trauma. For more information please visit his website: LangstonKahn.com.

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Are you wanting to make sense of these strange times, connect with nature in a deeper way and find your own philosophy?

Then we probably have a lot in common. My name is Yarrow and I’m a queer writer, gardener and artist who loves to daydream.

Leaning into ritual, being a lover of the wild and making my own magic has helped me through all kinds of tough stuff, which is why I am so passionate about sharing what I’ve found here.

Follow along for explorations of beauty, the human experience and what it means to not go back to normal.

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