Press and Interviews

Talking Reverence with Hemalayaa Behl

I’ve been creating a line of intimate skincare products, which have turned out BEAUTIFULLY thanks to the many hands that have touched it. AND I get to have conversations with amazing women like Hemalayaa Behl on embodiment and reverence for the feminine.

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My Good Bad Brain Episode #30 with Jarrett Sleeper

“My Good Bad Brain is a podcast from Jarrett Sleeper about mental health and being a person from the perspectives of people, like you, who are just making their way through this life in brilliant, beautiful, messy, hilarious, wonderful ways. Also, My Good Bad Brain is my real brain, which is kinda meta, but true.” It is a pleasure to be in conversation with Jarrett,

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Christine Featured On Daniel Fox: Nature

How would you answer Proust on Nature? Brilliant nature photographer Daniel Fox asks the Proust nature questions, giving people a chance to pause and celebrate the unfolding relationship with the breathing earth. 3 words to describe Nature?  Creative. Destructive. True. 3 things Nature taught you?  All things are interconnected. We are always provided for. How elegantly things adapt. The resonance of beauty That an ecosystem in balance sounds

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Christine Marie Mason

How to be Happier and More Connected podcast: Christine talks with Barry Moltz

  In this 10 minute segment, Barry and Christine discuss: 2:30 – Why are people lonely and alienated from one another? 3:45 – How to fight pathological individualism in our culture. 6:00 – Why are people violent to each other? 7:45 – How might we shift our internal state and the design of our institutions to be happier and more connected? 8:45 – Christine’s favorite

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The Art & Practice of Putting Connection First: Webinar Replay

Hi all, This is the full webinar from last week. I was very grateful for all of your kind comments, some of which are relayed below. I’m not great on camera (yet!), so please forgive that- I don’t know where to look, and have some strange gestures- I need practice. That said, the ideas are clear and true to the message of the book. It’s an

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