I very much enjoyed doing this interview with Devaa Haley Mitchell for the #MeToo Dialogues with The Shift Network. We talked about what it feels like to be a fatherless boy in a house full of women, how to embody true masculinity in a world of machismo and perpetrators, and why violence against women is a men’s problem, first. Click here to watch the video interview.
I talked to my friend Mark Wolynn about his eye-opening new book, It Didn’t Start With You, for Psychology Today. Mark’s book is a groundbreaking approach to transforming traumatic legacies passed down in families over generations. Mark is Director of The Family Constellations Institute and an expert in healing inherited trauma. I learned a lot from our conversation.
It was great to talk to Duncan CJ for his video interview series SpiritPig. When he first approached me, the name threw me off, then I saw his roster of past interviews and realized the guy is the real deal. Intelligent questions and a good conversation. Spirit Pig is a non-profit dedicated to exploring the art of living an awakened life. It features free, uncensored, raw interviews with some of the most interesting voices in psychology, spirituality, and the arts sharing advice on on a vast array of topics that inspire, stimulate and motivate. Watch the video.
I recently had an interview published in Art & Inspiration, a free bilingual English/French e-magazine & website with a directory of international artists. In the article titled From Crisis to Creativity: an Interview with Mark Matousek, I discuss the common threads in the stories from my book When You’re Falling, Dive, how to face crisis, as well as my philosophy that each of us is born with creative genius. I hope you enjoy it.
I had the best time last weekend at Old Stone Farm. Sherry Kahn has created an amazing cultural think tank at her retreat center in Rhinebeck, New York, hosting teachers from around the world (Eckhart Tolle, Carolyn Myss, and others). Last week’s crew was mostly artists and entrepreneurs. I enjoyed spending time with Murray Bruce, a Scottish-born documentary director (and co-owner of the historic Ramscale Studios in New York); theatrical producer Barbara Ligeti Continue reading