Genevieve Vaughan, Foundress of the Sekhmet Temple outside Las Vegas, NV discusses in tonight's theme, Gift Economy: a maternal economy that is the source of communication and creativity. From the cradle to the corporation, the denial of nurturing is the problem with our present economy and our culture: our psychology and our spirituality. Among other aspects of the topic will be how the gift economy is the economic structure of what we call morality. Its culture is made of the ideas and values coming from nurturing instead of exchange. The economy of peaceful societies of the future is a moneyless gift economy. Tune in to hear more about this alternative to male dominated patriarchal society where we are all prey to corporations and capitalism. Can we liberate ourselves from commercialization and consumerism this season? Can we switch on gratitude and giving instead?
Crossing the threshold into the second half of the show, Kathryn Ravenwood aka Raven, discusses her book How to Create Sacred Water: A Guide to Rituals and Practices. Included in our interview will be how to create sacred water, how water recovers from pollution such as in the recent hurricanes and using water altars.