Spiritual Talks 

A monthly online conversation on how we can approach these burning times to help bring forth a more liberating world in the ashes of the old

Upcoming Spiritual Talks

How To Make Friends When You Are Brooke

Hear from Chany and Reece about making friends and building belonging at the end of the world

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Past Spiritual Talks

February 22nd, 2024

This Spiritual Talk will focus on the prototypes WildSeed is developing to offer off-ramps from our modern political economy towards a more liberatory social system. They will also discuss how Black movement history has inspired these prototypes.

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November 16, 2023

This Spiritual Talk focused on both Erika’s personal journey to recognizing and planning for an extended sabbatical and the ways that her journey exposes the problems of how we fund and structure movement work. .

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October 5, 2023

Aaron Goggans and Sandra Kim shared how the WildSeed Society is prototyping new structures of care, resourcing and wrap around support for movement organizers and community healers.

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April 28, 2022

Erika Totten and Sandra Kim shared why and how WildSeed Society prioritizes rest and play in our movement and liberation work - even in the midst of organizational uncertainty and financial insecurity.

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February 8, 2022

Aaron Goggans and Sandra Kim continue to share in this Part 2 of the Spiritual Talk given on January 25th on on what skillful and consensual care looks like, particularly in the context of organizations and movements.

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January 25, 2022

Aaron Goggans and Sandra Kim will share on what skillful and consensual care looks like, particular in relationships across racial, culture and gender differences where people have experienced trauma in relationships and in communities. 

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December 17, 2021

Aaron Goggans and Sandra Kim shared how the WildSeed Society uses the Buddhist concept of Right Livelihood to bring people together to build a new ecology where our needs can be met with dignity - through caring community and right relationship with the land.

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