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Rahamim now has a brand new podcast!

The Thresholds Podcast brings to you interviews with leading thinkers, writers and educators who have facilitated a shift in our understanding of cosmology and spiritual ecology.
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Season One: Episode Seven

Margie Abbott is a Sister of Mercy based in Geelong who has worked with groups and individuals for many years sharing her love of the evolving universe story, creation and Celtic spirituality, and the Divine Feminine. With experiences in education, spirituality, theology, counselling, facilitation and psychodrama, Margie highly values inner independence and capacity development. She integrates action methods, myth, Earth-centred spirituality and ritual to enhance her work. Through her books and private practice “Igniting Sparks” Margie has worked extensively with school systems, leadership teams, retreats and eco spirituality groups. In this episode Margie discusses her childhood and experiences as a facilitator working with eco-spirituality.

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Season One: Episode Six

Yanhadarrambal also known as Jade Flynn is an emerging Wiradyuri elder. He is part of a new enterprise called Gunhigal Mayiny Wiradyuri Dyilang Enterprise which runs cultural immersion days where people of all cultures can connect with country and learn about local Wiradyuri history. In this episode Yanhadarrambal discusses his experiences growing up, Wiradyuri history and Wiradyuri rituals and culture.

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Season One: Episode Five

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Trevor Parton is a Christian Brother who defies expectations. Since the early 1990s, he has been at the emergent edge of ecological spirituality and Earth literacy education. Once a passionate science educator, he later founded the Centre for Spirituality and Ecology at Glenburn in Victoria, Australia. In this interview he discusses the history of the Centre and reveals some of his thinking influenced by the Mystic tradition. He talks of the need to re-imagine the concept of original sin, as well as embracing non-dualistic spirituality and spiritual ecology. Trevor also leaves us with some practical advice for how to deepen our connection to Earth.

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For a list of resources that relate to this podcast click here.

If you would like to purchase a copy of Trevor Parton’s book “Fire, Earth, Air and Water: Poems, Images and Essays by Trevor Parton”, Please email us at educator@rahamim.org.au.

If you want to listen to the full interview, unedited, please go to our Thresholds Unedited Page.


Season One: Episode Four

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Rowe Morrow is a leading permaculture educator and author. She is the co-founder of the Blue Mountains Permaculture Institute and has most recently begun Permaculture for Refugees to heal communities and the landscapes they live in. In this vibrant interview with Sally Neaves, Rowe speaks of her transformative encounters abroad working in war zones and refugee camps. She shares her hard-won wisdom with us on a range of issues from permaculture practicalities and philosophy to the intertwining ways our lives intersect. This is an interview that will appeal to many but especially to those who are passionate about permaculture, climate change and the refugee crisis.  

This podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn and Spotify.

For a list of resources that relate to this podcast click here.

If you want to listen to the full interview, unedited, please go to our Thresholds Unedited Page.


Season One: Episode Three

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Sally Neaves of Rahamim Ecology Centre interviews Sr Patricia Powell rsm about her life's work and spiritual journey. She discusses how Indigenous cultures and the Universe Story had a profound impact on her consciousness which set her on a new path. She also talks about the birth of Rahamim and shares her thoughts on where we might be headed. 

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For a list of resources that relate to this podcast click here.


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Season One: Episode Two

Sr Anne Boyd csb is the founder and coordinator of EarthSong (an Earth literacy organisation) as well as editor of the former EarthSong journal. She is also known for her work as a Brigidine Sister and with EarthSpirit. In this episode Anne discusses her life and inspiration as an Earth literacy educator and how she has worked to shift human consciousness.

This podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn and Spotify.

If you want to listen to the full interview, unedited, please go to our Thresholds Unedited Page.

For a list of resources that relate to this podcast click here.


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Season One: Episode One

Former Brigandine sister Pat Long shares her story of transformation from a Christian worldview working in social justice to a less anthropocentric way of being and understanding of the world in the new story. This dramatic change occurred as a result of a 12-week sabbatical at Genesis Farm in the US. Pat talks about this experience of letting go of tradition and moving from one way of viewing religion and spirituality to another.

This podcast is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn and Spotify. If you want to listen to the full interview, unedited, please go to our Thresholds Unedited Page.

For a list of resources that relate to this podcast click here.