45 Practice: My Inside Voice

In this practice episode, Bea Anderson shares a practice for feeling the strength and medicine of your own voice. It can be done privately or in a group, and you don't need any special materials to join in.

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About our guest

Bea Anderson (they/them) is a sound healer, plant medicine steward, story keeper, contemplative teacher, ritual leader, and community organizer. They were the visionary behind Love Circle Sangha, are a member of Harriet's Apothecary, and are a member of the board for the engaged Buddhist activist organization called Buddhist Peace Fellowship. Bea is also a third-level apprentice of spiritual plant medicine and study with Karen Rose at the Sacred Vibes Apothecary, and is working toward certification in Ayurvedic medicine. Bea combines their experience as a grassroots organizer and their life principles and practices to co-design community wellness strategies, transformative spaces, and generative healing modalities across the country.

Conversation: “Liberating Our Voices”

Check out the corresponding conversation episode as Bea talks about liberating our voices to speak up, overcome silence, heal what needs to be healed in our lineages, and balance and harmonize our voices together in a unified and disciplined struggle for justice.

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