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Fire & Water Rest

Fire & Water Rest

2022-11-1537:40

Integrating rest into your life and the gifts that rest offers including timelessness and play. 
Sometimes, as a point of fact, there are a lot of things going on in our lives and our schedules are full. Contemplations on how to engage these time periods in our lives.
Circle Immersion

Circle Immersion

2022-08-0520:14

We are hosting a Circle Immersion this December 2022, so today we discuss holding the circle in community. More information about this immersion can be found on our website at Circle Immersion . In addition, in some was this is part 3 of a series. Part one can be seen as Circle Buffet Part 1 Podcast and part 2 can be heard here Circle Buffet Part 2 Podcast 
Most Mornings

Most Mornings

2022-07-0534:22

Conversation with our very own co-host Tenneson Woolf's new book of poetry, Most Mornings. Poems on practice, learning, insight, discoveries and sense-making in our mundane and magical world.
Community inspired transformation and the journey back to self. Discussion on the Fire and Water Leadership Journey and Rite of Passage 16 month experience as the second cohort approaches their final in person retreat for the course.
Deserving

Deserving

2022-05-0529:49

What is required for one to be deserving? Who stands in judgment? How do our contributions to the wider society play into ideas around what one deserves?
Conversation with Christina Baldwin centering holding space for connection using The Circle Way. For a deeper introduction to the Essence of Circle practice. Please check Quanita and Tenneson's upcoming workshops: Essence of Circle Practice Workshops .
Tenneson and Quanita reflect on their Wisdom Series that focused on our relationship to forgiveness. This journey took two groups through anger, grief, compassion, and grace.
Tenneson and Quanita talk about what is healthy masculine and healthy feminine and how it shows up in men and women.
Quanita Roberson and Amy Howton have written a healing book, The InnerGround Railroad: A 40 Day Journey to Remembering Soul & Spirit. Tenneson asks Quanita several questions about how it feels for her see the first printed copy, how she feels herself grown and changed by writing the book, and how she hopes people encounter the book and its stories.
Tenneson and Quanita talk about trauma and the way that they are experiencing our culture right now. Asking questions about how we are to be trauma informed but not have everything be tseen through the lens of trauma.
Tenneson and I spend some time with one of our elders, David O'Fallon. He shares his thoughts on views on how things are and what is needed in these times. David O’Fallon PhD David’s life themes are education and education reform,  arts and cultural work,  creating community and imagining and creating the future. He has followed these themes through senior positions at the National Endowment for the Arts’s, the John F Kennedy Center and the University of Minnesota. He has led three state agencies in Minnesota as president or CEO; The Perpich Center for Arts Education, MacPhail Center for Music and recently the Minnesota Humanities Center. He has consulted widely, nationally and internationally,  with  small and large organizations on these themes.  This is a moment of fundamental change in this nation and the world. Old narratives and the organizations they formed are failing; some are becoming destructive  as they fall. David is committed to working with organizations to create the new relationships and new narratives needed to connect us all, to courageously imagine and create a thriving, sustainable future. To work with those who are creating the new organisms (rather than organizations) needed to thrive and sustain and create.  He is passionate and practical about working with people and organizations who want to make this transition and to walk into the future. His PhD is in  Theatre and Community and he is proud to be one of the founders of  In the Heart of the Beast Theatre in Minneapolis.   He lives in Minneapolis,MN,USA  Contact him at: davidof43@gmail.com
Tenneson Woolf and Quanita Roberson have a conversation about departures as a part of the initiatory process. They serve how departure has shown up for them and what they have learned.
Staying In The Journey

Staying In The Journey

2021-05-1021:51

One of the critical aspects of Fire & Water is staying in the journey through the 16 months. It takes effort and deliberateness to do so, for participants to stay attentive to what unfolds. Quanita and I reflect on a few aspects of staying in -- the spaces in between, critical connections to maintain and to grow, staying in vs just passing time, ritualizing, and the covenant we hold when departure is part of the plan. Enjoy. (22 minutes)
Independence?

Independence?

2021-01-1229:45

In this episode (30 minutes), Quanita and Tenneson explore the possibility that there be no such thing as independence. Which is, of course, a conversation about connection. We explore scarcity as a pattern in codependence. We explore abundance as a pattern in interdependence. And we wonder about the ways that unresolved wound and trauma foster a coping, shadow side of what so many reference as independence. Enjoy the listen. We hope it adds a little wisdom and soulfulness.
Sacred Surrender

Sacred Surrender

2020-12-0447:01

Tenneson and Quanita have a conversation with special guest Krister Linder, a Swedish Musician and spiritual seeker about Sacred Surrender.  You can find more on Krister Linder at: "The Great Surrender" - the song mentioned in the podcast: https://youtu.be/g-YbW6gPCuA "Across the Never" - Krister Linder's latest album, as free stream on YouTube: https://youtu.be/GLovy1jf-T8 Thank you again Krister for joining us. For more information on Tenneson and Quanita's work please check out Tenneson's website at http://www.tennesonwoolf.com/ , Quanita's website at https://www.nzuzu.com/ . For more information on being a part of our 2021/2022 Fire & Water Leadership Journey & Rite of Passage Cohort please check out https://fireandwaterleadership.weebly.com/ . Thank you!
It was the day after completing Fire & Water. Sixteen months of journey. Of passage. Quanita and Tenneson take a moment to witness the feeling of a group welcomed those many months ago, and then released. Released with wisdom and soul given permanent seat at the table. And with welcome of applications, through January 31, 2021, for the next cohort. (6 minutes)   For more information on Tenneson and Quanita's work please check out Tenneson's website at http://www.tennesonwoolf.com/ , Quanita's website at https://www.nzuzu.com/ . For more information on being a part of our 2021/2022 Fire & Water Leadership Journey & Rite of Passage Cohort please check out https://fireandwaterleadership.weebly.com/ . Thank you!  
On Rites of Passage

On Rites of Passage

2020-11-1128:28

Our intent with this Fire & Water Podcast is to cultivate wise and soulful leaders.  Our Fire & Water Program is both a Rite of Passage and a Leadership Journey. Today, as we enter our third and final retreat with our cohort, we reflect on several aspects of Rite of Passage, and the need to reclaim contemporary initiation as an essential part of leadership in these times (28 minutes). For more information on Tenneson and Quanita's work please check out Tenneson's website at http://www.tennesonwoolf.com/ , Quanita's website at https://www.nzuzu.com/ . For more information on being a part of our 2021/2022 Fire & Water Leadership Journey & Rite of Passage Cohort please check out https://fireandwaterleadership.weebly.com/ . Thank you!
Quanita and Tenneson have a conversation about fear and how it is showing up in the world today. They also look at what we can do about fear and its relationship to love. For more information on Tenneson and Quanita's work please check out Tenneson's website at http://www.tennesonwoolf.com/ , Quanita's website at https://www.nzuzu.com/ . For more information on being a part of our 2021/2022 Fire & Water Leadership Journey & Rite of Passage Cohort please check out https://fireandwaterleadership.weebly.com/ . Thank you!
Tenneson & Quanita reflect on Fire & Water as a program, having just completed their 2nd Fire & Water Retreat, held virtually over five days with a cohort of 18 people, integrating screen times and off-screen times, and weaving focus that appealed to five (or more) senses of learning. They also reflect on Fire & Water as journey and initiation, and the need for such in contemporary times. 18 minutes. For more information on Tenneson and Quanita's work please check out Tenneson's website at http://www.tennesonwoolf.com/ , Quanita's website at https://www.nzuzu.com/ . For more information on being a part of our 2021/2022 Fire & Water Leadership Journey & Rite of Passage Cohort please check out https://fireandwaterleadership.weebly.com/ . Thank you!
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