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A Worldview Apart

Nov 29, 2017

Abdul Mujib founded North Country Kettlebells in 2008, and is also an avid wilderness skills enthusiast. He and Eric talk about the influences warrior archetypes had on them, learning about their limits, and experimenting with the Wim Hof method that uses cold exposure as a mindfulness practice. They also talk about...


Nov 27, 2017

Dr. Robin DiAngelo is a lecturer at the University of Washington, and is actively engaged in ant-racism work within and outside academic settings. She coined the term ‘White Fragility’ in an essay of the same name published in 2011. In this episode she and Eric talk about the turn of events that led Dr. DiAngelo...


Nov 24, 2017

This episode of A Worldview Apart was released on November 24, 2017, the day after Thanksgiving in the United States of America. This day is also referred to as Black Friday, and Eric uses this episode to reflect on the role that marketing and advertising plays in perpetuating consumerism. He also explores how...


Nov 22, 2017

Pinar Sinopoulos-Lloyd is the co-founder of Queer Nature, a nature-connection, rites of passage, and ancestral skills project serving the LGBTQIAP+ community. They also guide vision fasts for queer and/or women-identified folks. In this episode they and Eric talk about what drew Pinar to ancestral skills, what it’s...


Nov 20, 2017

Dr. Nicole Apelian is a scientist, educator, wilderness guide, herbalist and traditional skills instructor, among other things. She appeared as a contestant on the survival-themed show Alone in 2016, spending 57 days surviving by herself in a remote part of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. In this episode she and...