Today’s episode is with Grace Heavy Runner, who’s given Kainai name is Little Blood Women. She’s a journalism student at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta and member of the Kainai Blood Nation from Treaty 7 territory.

In this episode, she talks with me about culture, identity and belonging, and the role love has played in helping her embrace her experience and let go of resentment.

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Today’s episode is with Chris Sealy, a former student of Political Science, on taking time to think deep thoughts and how doing so helps us to better understand our place in the world and how we can be of benefit. We discuss how we bring our attention to our implicit biases, and the importance of questioning how we think, act and speak.

CN - Strong language and Luke Cage spoilers. 

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David and I had a delightful interfaith dialogue about cultivating self-awareness, he as a Christian, and me as a Buddhist. In this episode we discuss self-awareness and the application of our practice in the day-to-day, including what ethical business looks like. David shares the tools he uses and offers resources to anyone, but especially those seeking to create change from within a corporate setting.

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September 1, 2016

Season 2 Wrap-up

End of season 2 and the 50th episode of EiW! 

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August 25, 2016

Abandon Hope

Hope might seem like something necessary for life to feel workable, but along with hope generally comes a lot of expectations. By letting go of hope we can become a lot more flexible, develop a stronger sense of curiosity, and see the infinite possibilities of the future - which remains unwritten. 

August 18, 2016


Faith gets a bad rep, largely because it brings to mind blind faith. Kaitlyn shares how her understanding of faith shifted after reading the book of the same title by Sharon Salzberg, and how this shift has been of benefit. 

August 11, 2016

Retreat on a Budget

Retreat space is beneficial for so many reasons, but unfortunately it can cost a lot. In this episode Kaitlyn shares her ideas on how to create a retreat space at home, any time we like. If you give this a go, she’d love to hear about it: faunawolf ‘at’ gmail ‘dot’ com 

August 4, 2016


Discipline is often thought of as grinning & bearing it, something rigid & uncomfortable, but discipline is an excellent tool we can use to create lasting, positive habits, that make us happier in the long run. 

July 28, 2016

Skillful Means

In a birthday tribute to Pema Chodron (She turned 80 earlier this month!) Kaitlyn shares examples of how to respond skillfully - how to remain open-hearted, to speak with compassion, in order to be of the greatest benefit. 

July 21, 2016

Emotions are Temporary

When we define ourselves according to our emotions we limit and delude ourselves. Kaitlyn offers up practices we can use to relax with seeing our full emotional landscape as part of being human, rather than being who we are. 


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