anya kaats a millennial's guide to saving the world

I started this podcast because I was tired of being stereotyped as lazy, triggered and entitled. I wanted to give voice to a different kind of millennial and invite us  to write a new story – one of a generation willing to challenge the status quo, embrace nuance and paradox, and reject PC-culture. This podcast isn’t about finding answers, it’s about asking the right questions. How can we reinvent ourselves and the narratives we’ve been expected to inherit? How can we take ownership over the ways we participate in our own suffering? How can we move beyond victimization and into empowerment? How can we fix ourselves to fix the world? It’s time for new dreams, new stories and new futures… 

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Kevin Garcia Anya Kaats a millennial's guide to saving the World

#84 Embodying the Magic and Peace We Wish to See in the World with Kevin Garcia

Kevin is a digital pastor, the author of Bad Theology Kills, podcaster and holds a Masters of Arts in Practical Theology from Columbia Theological Seminary. This is Kevin’s second time on the podcast, and I was thrilled to continue our conversation about Christianity, faith,
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James Connolly Anya Kaats a millennial's guide to saving the world

#83 Exploring the History and Social Construction of Vegetarianism with James Connolly

James is an artist, chef, non-profit founder, co-host of the Sustainable Dish Podcast with Diana Rodgers and a documentary filmmaker. Some of James’ film projects include Transmilitary, Michael Moore’s latest documentary, Where to Invade Next, and Sacred Cow. James has been studying the history
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Mariana Rittenhouse Anya Kaats

#82 Tea, Ritual & Embracing the Gift of Our Humanity with Mariana Rittenhouse

Mariana Rittenhouse is a Tea Ceremonialist & Guide, helping people reconnect to themselves & nature through the practice of ceremonial tea. Mariana explains what a tea ceremony is, delves into some of the history of tea (Camellia sinensis) and explains how tea is
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Whitney will Anya Kaats a millennial's guide to saving the world

#81 An Ode to Saturn and Saturn Returns with Whitney Will

Whitney Will is a psychological astrologer and writer. She has a B.A. in the History of Math and completed her M.A. in Counseling Psychology with a focus on Jungian and Archetypal Studies at Pacifica. Whitney and I participated in the same astrology apprenticeship
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Christopher Ryan

#80 “The Way of the Inferior Man”: Part 2 with Chris Ryan

Chris Ryan returns to the podcast to elaborate on an episode he recorded for Tangentially Speaking, regarding “The Way of the Superior Man” by David Deida. We were both a little shocked at how much we disliked this book, especially given how many
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Jenny Odell Anya Kaats a millennial's guide to saving the world podcast

#79 How to Do Nothing with Jenny Odell

Jenny Odell is a multi-disciplinary artist and writer. Her book How To Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy, was just released in paperback. Jenny and I speak about what “doing nothing” actually means and how we can work to resist capitalist value structures that
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