OneTaste (onetaste.us), a leading educational organization in the field of relationships, intimacy and mindful sexuality offers a lecture series of wide ranging interest – from leadership and purpose to music, spirituality and sexuality. Join Professor Jorge Ferrer of the California Institute of Integral Studies in an exploration of the intersection between sex and spirit; or folk musician, Jennifer Berezan, as she opens to music and the sacred. Meet environmental pioneer Ocean Robbins as he delves deep into the important issues facing young people and explores possible solutions to our pressing environmental issues. Discover new forms of leadership and governance in Eric Grahm’s discussion of Holacracy. And awaken a deeper joy in life with Buddhist teacher James Baraz. Over 50 interviews to stretch your spirit, mind and imagination.
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TSGS 052: Feeling More with Jocelyn Olivier27/10/2008
In this episode of Guest Speaker interviews recorded live at OneTaste Urban Retreat Center in San Francisco, host Beth Crittenden has an intimate conversation with Jocelyn Olivier, a dynamic pioneer in the field of holistic bodywork. Jocelyn discusses her personal experiences and influences that led her to develop a way to help people find body experiences. Listen in as we hear about her philosophy about body consciousness and how she believes people can experience and feel their body more as they release and feel the emotions that have been trapped and repressed in the body. If you are curious about ways to feel more alive in your body and how to access all the feelings you have inside, tune in to this episode of Guest Speaker Interviews.
TSGS 051: Embracing the Feminine Through Kabbalah with Jay Michaelson21/10/2008
Join OneTaste's Monique DeBose in this in depth look at Kabbalah and sex with author Jay Michaelson. Listen and learn about this mystical and controversial side of Judaism, written for and by men to teach them how to explore their feminine side. Kabbalah teaches that God has both masculine and feminine identities and attributes, and that these traits permeate all of creation. Jay, also known as “the gay Kabbalist” sees the Kabbalah as a roadmap for people of all sexual orientations, helping us to embrace both our masculine and feminine sides.
TSGS 050: Radical Ecstasy with Dossie Easton14/10/2008
Join OneTaste’s Beth Crittenden in this candid and revealing interview with author Dossie Easton. Listen in as we hear them discuss jealousy, polyamory, and archetypes. No stone is left unturned in this exploration into alternative lifestyles and the people who live them. Be ready to hear the real, raw, unedited version of what the polyamorus lifestyle is all about from someone who has experienced it firsthand.