Episode 23 is a conversation with John “Prime,” a culturally grounded, local-to-global thinker, with deep roots in Pacific island communities. Born in Samoa and raised in Hawai'i, he is father and mentor who mixes the creativity and edginess of the hard hitting urban and graffiti art scene with a persona that is filled with aloha and a deep commitment to healing our kids and communities.Read More
ASTWR Ep.22: Kanehunamoku–The canoe as teacher and lifelong learning, is a conversation with Bonnie Kahapeʻa Tanner, program director and captain at the Kānehūnāmoku Voyaging academy. Kahapeʻa acquired her sailing skills, and many life skills, under the mentorship of Clay Bertelmann and the Makaliʻi ʻohana, as well as Papa Mau.Read More
JAH-topilot - ASTWR Podcast Episode No.21 - is a conversation with Mama T (a.k.a. Tricia Gonsalves) who is an amazing ital-chef and singer of Psalms. We chat about food as medicine, the body-mind-soul connection, and being a loving servant of Jah!
And Still The Waters Rise (ASTWR) Podcast Episode 20. Manufactured Noise: The deep structure of music, politics and climate change with Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky.
A new perspective brings new understanding, new insight, new inspiration …and if you play your cards right a renewed sense of courage to follow your dreams; to be the unicorn (or any cool magical creature of your choosing).Read More
However, as I have new opportunities opening up for me in the year ahead, I have known for some time that I must face these challenges and determine the ways in which I will navigate them more successfully. Not only is it critical to complete a project, from a spiritual perspective it is vital that the people who contributed their time and mana are reciprocated. Offering them a means to have a reproduction of the work, as a touchstone of their experience, is important.Read More