Homesteading, Spiritual Realism, and Modern Traditionalism | Jacqueline Claire | Ep 30

Jacqueline Claire is a painter, illustrator, storyteller, and a dear friend of the show’s host, Sienna Mae Heath. During part 1 of the interview, they discuss why she has changed her show title from Spiritual Conversation to Spiritual Realism, the disintegrative and integrative forces in our society, co-creating art as an individual and homesteading with her husband in small-town Texas. Jacqueline and Sienna also muse on the potential for a grassroots unfoldment of an interconnected civilization and how the universal language of artful agriculture could create a much-needed momentous unity.

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Sienna Mae Heath

Sienna Mae Heath is a growth writer. Sienna is the star and writer of the short documentary Real Unity produced by Free the People and screened at the Anthem Film Festival (FreedomFest) 2021. She now hosts Leaving the Left for Liberty on Free the People where she interviews whistleblowers, dissidents, and other alternative voices in the Western World. Empowering empaths through flowing truth in timely essays and poignant poetry, her most recent pieces have been featured on The Kim Iversen Show, The Equiano Project, Braver Angels Media, Medium’s Society, History, and Race pages, and The Independent’s “Conversations.” Locally in the Lehigh Valley, PA, she is known for cocreating a more beautiful world as The Sovereign Gardener and for developing The Hero’s Journey worksheet to guide survivors of abuse in telling their stories of liberation. Follow her on Substack, Medium, Instagram, and Twitter.

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  • The ideology of ‘art’ might be the concept of freedom and also liberty. Parents can be on guard about the influences of their children.

  • Our idea of ‘going to the mall’ maybe an idea that we are not the ‘subjects’ of some massive governing belief regime. But we can be exerting a tendency toward that spiritual move toward ‘being independent.’
    Does living in North America give any human the energy to be Not a subject of tribal culture?

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