Shifting Gears

Jacob Liberman explains the relationship of seeing clearly, not just at optical level, but sensing life clearly during the most powerful paradigm shift in our lifetime.

Jacob Liberman explains when the intelligence of light catches our attention and we follow that guidance our path doesn’t result in unintended calamities.

Will Evans

On July 29, 2021 Richard Lamm, 38th Governor of Colorado died.  We respectively pause at his passing to revisit a conversation from May, 2019 when Lamm reflected as an elder on human relationship with Mother Nature and the Law of Unanticipated Consequences.

Katrina Blair talks about her commitment to health and a living world.  She explains how the Durango Turtle Lake Community aligns with these commitments through Talking Circles and cooperative action.

Will Evans speaks with Katrina Blair about how she celebrates the connection between personal health, wild lands, and source water.

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This month on Shifting Gears, Will Evans in Arizona speaks with Moran Sol Broza in Israel. Broza is a chef, social impact entrepreneur, and climate ambassador. She has many years of experience in community and business development, focused on positive social and environmental impact.

 

Michael Thompson

This month on Shifting Gears, architect and local food advocate Michael Thompson explains how his daughter’s sensitivity alerted him to a change in the source water that they drink.

Local elder, retired medical doctor and host of Shifting Gears William Evans has released Circulating Source Water. This monograph incorporates science, history and spirit to inform our predicament and offer new stories for life and healing on Earth. The book is available online and at Mana Foods in Carbondale.

Gordon Hempton

 

This month on Shifting Gears, we revisit a conversation with Gordon Hempton, "The Sound Tracker," from December, 2011.

Shifting Gears

On March 25, 2015, Will Evans interviewed Boulder's Horizons K-8 School Principal John McCluskey. We highlight this interview today to revisit John's wise words about council.

Brook LeVan

To begin the year's public affairs programming at KDNK, Brook LeVan of Sustainable Settings reflects with Will Evans on our collective responsibilities toward one another and the earth.

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Dick Lamm,

 

38th Governor of Colorado,

 

reflects as an elder

 

on the

 

“Law of Unintended Consequences”

 

and our relationship

 

with

 

Will Evans

Woody Morrison, a Haida Elder and History Keeper, in Vancouver, BC works today to heal indigenous people and describes how children grew up trusting everyone in their tribal clan. They trusted each other and themselves. When the Canadian Government took children away from their families and out of their villages by force, children were taught “Don’t trust, someone will cheat you.”

Katrina Blair explains she learned to trust herself, because the only rule for her growing up was “Be true to Yourself.”

Will Evans

Will talks to Brooke LeVan of Sustainable Settings for the third in a series of conversations.

Today's guest Paul Zak explains how businesses that understand the release of oxytocin learn to build trust.

Will Evans

Will's guest this month is Bob Whitehouse. They're talking about trust.

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Fred "Lightnin' Heart" Haberlein is a muralist, explorer, and all-around wise man (and sometimes wise guy.) He talks to host Will Evans about his recent trip to Yaqui country for the annual spring ceremonies.

Local resident Ross Douglas explains the Doctrine of Discovery, proclaimed by the Pope in 1493, gave Christendom absolute right to the land of North America. This legal structure continues to violate Native American human and land rights in the 21st century.

Shifting Gears airs the first Wednesday of every month at 4:30. This month features Pt 2 of a conversation with Richard Manning about water.

Shifting Gears airs the first Wednesday of every month at 4:30 on KDNK.

Richard Manning

Richard Manning talks about water and how caring for rivers is a measure of human integrity.

In 1993, Michelle Zinati taught children in Alaskan villages to swim. In return, the children taught her about sustainable relationships. On this month's show, she shares her insights with host Will Evans.

This is Part 2 of Will's summer conversation with play expert Stuart Brown.





Corwin Bell

Jun 4, 2013



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