TNP84 Honouring Ancestors with Rachael Rice

59 minutes

Rachael Rice is an artist, teacher, musician, truth-teller, and whistle-blower amongst many, many other things. In this intimate conversation, we talk about the death of her mother and how it affected her creativity, her spiritual growth and her journey of recovery.

Rachael was 22 when her mother died, and her mom was 49.

Learn more about Rachael here.

Purchase her original art here, and in her Etsy shop and more cool items on Society6.

Listen to our conversation (including Marybeth Bonfiglio!) on Confronting Whiteness here.

Find out more about the 12 Step approach here.

Learn more about the Cognitive Behavioural Therapy approach here.

Rachael mentioned Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, too.

Check out Stephen Jenkinson's book Die Wise and Rachael's mom's favourite book on death, Who Dies?: An Investigation of Conscious Living And Conscious Dying by Stephen and Ondrea Levine.

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