Once Upon a Time there will be, there is, there was… a way to sing the stories of the living world; a way of bringing wisdom, engagement, and insight to the greater human tribe. The shaman, bard, trickster and magi were all “singers” of the natural mystery of our Earth — weaving myth and wildness as sacred truth, while leaving breadcrumbs of living paradox for us to cherish.
These traditions of sustainability, particularly those of oral and indigenous traditions, inform our sense of Wild Ethics, or Mythsinging, whereby storytelling was used as a key practice to inform and inspire our coordinated meaning making about ourselves and nature.
On Gaialogue Radio, we call out and name Wild Ethics as core to our conversation, practices and values. Through our attention and intention to Wild Ethics we honor the many ways in which storytelling has been engaged as a sacred way to celebrate, rehabilitate and sustain the mysteries of our animate kinship with all life, each other and the Earth.
Sustainability is an epic reinvention story. At Gaialogue Radio, we aim to be storytellers and storyweavers for a new era of Wild Ethics.
Gaialogue Radio, Making Sustainability Epic™ with Dr. Jeff