Co-founder of Movement Medicine Ya’Acov Darling Khan joins Mark to discuss shamanism  cultural destruction and the noble savage, paganism, intuition  body wisdom, resourcing from nature, tree hugging  body intelligence  unconscious dance, the benefits of dance, dancing in prisons  the importance of our narrative, the dangers of ecstasy chasing and natural reciprocity. They finish with some practice recommendations. A deep one. 

https://www.schoolofmovementmedicine.com

https://darlingkhanonline.com/

https://www.hayhouse.com/authorbio/yaacov-darling-khan

 

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