In this episode, Michael talks with author, mystical teacher, and dreamworker Toko-pa Turner about belonging and the barriers, challenges, and beliefs that leave us feeling like we don’t belong. They also explore how the myth of separation created by personal, intergenerational, and collective trauma keeps us estranged from each other, nature, and the invisible forces of the world. They also look at how spiritual kinship comes from recognizing and experiencing holy reciprocity with the natural world and all her creatures.
Toko-pa is a Canadian author and dreamworker who blends the mystical teachings of Sufism with a Jungian approach to dreams. Her first book “Belonging” was awarded the 2018 Gold Nautilus Award for its contribution to the field of Personal Growth, the Gold Readers’ Favourite, and was shortlisted for the Whistler Independent Book Award. Sometimes called a Midwife of the Psyche, Toko-pa’s work focuses on restoring the feminine, reciprocity with nature, reconciling paradoxes, honoring grief, ritual, and making beauty. She lives on a small island in the Salish Sea.
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