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The Mansal Denton Podcast

Sep 29, 2020

Mark England is the founder of Procabulary and Enlifted where he certifies and coaches people in the language they use. The language we use informs our behavior and our behavior informs our language. In this episode we dive into how integral the language we use can be, some tangible ways to shift our language to be more...


Sep 22, 2020

Stories From the Wild is a new series I have created to share my and other hunting stories. The purpose is to tell stories about the wild places we go while hunting and to share how hunting can be a spiritual practice for those who are inclined to view it that way. This particular hunt involved an intimate encounter...


Sep 15, 2020

As an indigenous person of the Apalech Clan in Australia, Tyson Yunkaporta has experience hunting and tracking beyond the reductionist practice that includes “skills” and “knowledge”. Rather, he discusses how to become more connected to the land, one with the land, and part of it rather than an observer or...


Sep 8, 2020

Tyson Yunkaporta is a writer and member of the Apalech Clan of aboriginal people in Australia. He is the author of a new book called Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World, which is one of my favorite books of the year. In this conversation he discusses how aboriginal men are faced with rites of passage...


Sep 1, 2020

Tah Whitty is a trained nurse, a coach, and facilitator of power plants (psychedelics) like huachuma (San Pedro) and psilocybin. He also happens to be black. In this conversation we start with exploring his refreshing views on racism in these tense times (hint: shaming people rarely proves helpful), how victimization...