Episode 176 Dawn Adrienne-Saliba, Performance Scholar, Theater Artist, Eco-Activist


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My guest today is Dawn Adrienne-Saliba. A Performance Scholar, Theater Artist, and Eco-Activist, Dawn has studied drama and ancient temples. Dawn lives in Malta - okay, fess up, do you know where Malta is?!? I encourage you to look up Malta, just to have a vision of this unique, small island in the middle of the Mediterranean. This is where Dawn honors the integration of science and spirituality, archeology and ritual in her exploration of the magical hypogeum Hal Saflieni. Traveling from Malta, to Brooklyn, to Nyack, before she heads back to Malta, Dawn and I had a chance meeting on a mountain trail, where we discovered we spoke a similar language of integration. Dawn describes how she ended up in Malta, her research of the performative spaces in ancient temples, the evidence of the Divine Feminine, and the healing power of mother earth. Check out the Show Notes for links to the music, poems, books, and documentaries mentioned in my conversation with Dawn. Enjoy the podcast! Links: Dawn's Facebook Page Malta-Arch Hal Saflieni Malta's Ancient Neolithic Performance Space: The Hypogeum of Hal Saflieni CD: Returning Jennifer Berezan Renzo Spateri - Maltese percussion Healing Journey Ireland Mary Oliver “Sleeping in the Forest” Documentary: “The Year the Earth Changed” Wolves return to Yellowstone My Stroke of Insight by Jill Bolte Taylor "Proof of Heaven" by Eben Alexander

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