2008 March 28
Carolyn Baker manifests how the personal journey informs the revolution. She is an adjunct professor of history, a former psychotherapist, an author, and a student of mythology and ritual. Her website offers up-to-the-moment alternative reporting of U.S. and international news, articles containing information and opinion, and a venue of support and connection for awake individuals who want not only to be informed, but to organize their lives and communities in ways that most effectively assist them in navigating what current events are manifesting.
She is author of Reclaiming the Dark Feminine: The Price of Desire, The Journey of Forgiveness: Fulfilling the Healing Process, U.S. History Uncensored: What Your High School Textbook Didn't Tell You, and Coming out of Fundamentalist Christianity: An Autobiography Affirming Sensuality, Social Justice, and The Sacred. Her latest, The Spirituality of Collapse, is presently looking for a publisher.
She recommends Tim Bennett and Sally Erickson’s movie What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire.