This week we have a rich, deep conversation with Sophie Macklin about what it means to grieve, not only the loss in our lives, but our pain and sadness about things in the world and in our particualr cultures which we feel sad and angry about. We explore what it means to express our grief and how we think that doing so can enrich our lives and help us to support one another.
Sophie Macklin is an anti-capitalist abundance coach and feminist priestess in love with the magic of valuing and care. She works with people on thriving within and despite capitalism as we all work to dismantle systemic oppression. She believes the current system for resource distribution is drastically unfair, and relies on the exploitation of land and people. She is working towards creating something different. Sophie is passionate about women and queers getting supported for their work, mutual aid, and all of us getting imaginative about new economies and new ways of being.
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You can find her online at www.feministabundance.com
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