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December 07th 2017:Elegant Disintegration with Leny Strobel and Bayo Akomolafe

In this final episode of Revolutionary Wellness Talk Radio, we speak again with Dr. Leny Strobel and Dr. Bayo Akomolafe about "elegant disintegration". How do we live a beautiful life in the midst of a dying paradigm and while waiting for the emergent Story to be born. What practices can we count on? What can we learn from the indigenous worldview? What other sources of power are available to us that we struggle to access at this time? Join us as we get entangled with these questions.

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Dr. Leny Strobel

Dr. Leny Mendoza Strobel is Professor of American Multicultural Studies at Sonoma State University. She is also one of the Founding Directors of the Center for Babaylan Studies (CFBS) (, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that seeks to facilitate the process of decolonization and re-indigenization specifically among Filipinos in the diaspora. Her books, journal articles, anthologies and public talks on these themes have planted many seeds in various communities that are now manifesting as part of a larger visible cultural and ecological movement. The Center organizes conferences, workshops, retreats, and symposia. Dr. Strobel also teaches a ye
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Dr. Bayo Akomolafe

Author, speaker, and ‘walkout’ academic, Bayo Akomolafe (PhD) is globally recognized for his poetic, unconventional, counterintuitive take on global crisis, civic action & social change. He is the Executive Director & Initiating/Coordinating Curator for ‘the emergence network’ (A Post-Activist Project) [], & host of the online course, ‘We will dance with Mountains’. A young professor/lecturer of clinical psychology at Covenant University, Nigeria & ethnopsychotherapeutic researcher, Bayo hopes to inspire a diffractive network of sharing – a slowing down, an ethics of entanglement, an activism of inquiry, a ‘politics of surprise
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