A Gaialogue: Joanna Harcourt-Smith and Glenys Livingstone

I was privileged to be interviewed by the late Joanna Harcourt-Smith for her Future Primitive series of Gaialogues, on January 6th 2008, just two and a half years after the publication of my book PaGaian Cosmology, and just one and a half years after the advent of pagaian.org website. There has been a lot of “water under the bridge” since then, but the interview goes very well, and I am still quite satisfied with my response to Joanna’s questions. It goes for 42 minutes, so do get a cup of tea, or do your yoga as you listen!

Re-inventing Earth-based Goddess Religion – a Gaialogue

If you stick with it, Joanna does get me to speak about the facilitating of the Seasonal ceremonies, which I describe as the invitation to participate in a Poem: and something of how that unfolds: and also my understanding of the significance of sacred ceremony for clearing our perception of where and who we are.

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