This is a reunion interview with Lisa Reagan, the very first person that I interviewed for the film Love Bomb (Read, she is very generously patient and kind, I was a novice!). She is such a wealth of insight and information as well that I really wanted to get as much of that juicy value in as I could for all of us Love Bombers. That is why this is going to be a two part podcast interview.
In part one we dive in to the peculiar idea that your feeling of isolation might actually be a sign of a deeper connection to yourself, and to millions of other people on the planet right now. If you have ever felt like your insights as a Love Bomber and aware human being actually make you feel like an odd ball, this is the interview for you!
Lisa has been on a Mother of a Quest for 17 years as an award-winning journalist, activist and nonprofit visionary, exploring the space between our unsustainable industrial culture and the emerging cultural story of what is possible for families who are leading the way forward.
Lisa is a co-founder of the nonprofit, Families for Conscious Living and the executive editor of Kindred. Lisa shares her personal stories of shifting in features, such as Spiritual Composting, in Kindred and other conscious parenting publications. In her presentations at conferences and workshops, she inspires parents to look toward Joseph Campbell's Hero's Journey for guidance on transforming themselves as a path to transforming our unsustainable culture. Her Parenting As A Hero's Journey Virtual Retreats and publication launched in 2015.
To catch up more with Lisa visit www.KindredMedia.org