TNP136: Maia Toll on Working with Plant, Animal and Crystal Allies in Troubled Times

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Maia Toll is with us today speaking about creating kinship with other-than-human friends. Maia is the author of The wild Wisdom series which includes The Illustrated Herbiary, The Illustrated Bestiary, and the forthcoming, Illustrated Crystallary. I wanted to have this conversation through a lens of climate change and dynamic social transition. How can we have a conversation about working with plants and animals and crystal without discussing climate change and over-extraction, amirite? In this episode, we also mentioned the Archetypes Deck by Kim Krans. Find me on Instagram @carmenspagnola Learn about Wet'suwet'en solidarity: @takaiya.blaney @gidimten_checkpoint @smogelgem @strikingstick #wetsuwetenstrong #youthforyintah #indigenousyouthforwetsuweten

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