Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Rebecca Goyette.
Rebecca Goyette creates persona-based works that poke holes in Puritanical sexual mores. Working in a wide variety of media, her extensive artillery features figurative drawing, video, performance, and handmade sculptural elements made from fabric, clay and found materials used in a ritual fashion. Many know her as Lobsta Girl, and Goyette has filmed her interspecies os detailing the sex lives of lobsters internationally. Originally, Goyette adopted the sexually aggressive female lobster as a primary character she performed live to promote female agency. Another alter ego to Goyette is the ghost of her direct ancestor, Rebecca Nurse hanged as a Salem witch, who is re-imagined cycling through repetitive power dynamics in fits and foibles in the "New World."
this episode Q&A includes:
• teasel root specific for lymes disease..
• dream work, working with guides in the spirit world..
• reweaving thinking patterns..
• rheumatoid arthritis or lymes disease?
• smoking herbs- bringing medicine down into the lungs..