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Container Gardening Made Easy shows beginners how to transform small spaces (yards, patios, and decks) into nourishing spaces. Grow your own herbs and veggies, cook what you love eating, and nourish your body and soul. Let’s grow and cook goodness one container at a time.
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Containers is an 8-part audio documentary about how global trade has transformed the economy and ourselves. Host and correspondent Alexis Madrigal leads you through the world of ships and sailors, technology and tugboats, warehouses and cranes. At a time when Donald Trump is threatening to toss out the global economic order, Containers provides an illuminating, deep, and weird look at how capitalism actually works now.
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Looking to declutter, simplify, and organize your family? Want to do more of what you love with who you love? Join professional organizer and mom-of-2 Christy Lingo for weekly chats featuring tips to organize and simplify your home and family paired with a delicious cocktail recipe.
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In today's episode, you'll hear the ONE big mistake I made as a new container gardener, so you can avoid it. It's a story you don't want to miss. You'll hear... One of my biggest struggles as a beginner (so you know you're not alone) How you can skip the frustration Why you are right where you're supposed to be Listen to this week's short and sweet…
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Melody Indigo Markel joins us to discuss Integral Circling, a potent form of the practice. She was part of the generation of facilitators that helped create the foundation for the circling world from the magical Integral Center in Boulder, Colorado. Today, she has used that basis of self-knowledge and capacity for welcoming everything to develop a …
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Today’s episode of Container Gardening Made Easy is all about growing lavender. You’ll hear… The surprising way this fragrant beauty was used in Ancient Greece and Rome A few health and wellness uses today How to grow, care for, and harvest your own summertime lavender Refreshing recipe ideas If you love this flowering and fragrant beauty, listen t…
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In this third part of our interview with John Thompson of Circling Europe, we discuss how circling can be trauma-informed under surrendered leadership. Visit Circling Europe's website here. To support our work, remember to: Like, subscribe, rate, and review Become a patron on Patreon Want to connect and learn more about the Relational Arts and the …
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Today’s episode of the Container Gardening Made Easy Podcast is about growing roma tomatoes in containers! We’ll dive into… Viva Italia Roma Tomatoes A heat-loving summer favorite that’s great for salads, salsa, and sauces Why I wrapped my tomatoes in a comforter (and why my husband thought of me as the crazy tomato lady) Why Roma Tomatoes are perf…
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In this second part of our interview with John Thompson of Circling Europe, we discuss the concept of Surrendered Leadership. The full depth of the idea really popped us, expanding from a way to run a circle to a true path to spiritual awakening. Check out the Circling Europe website here. To support our work, remember to: Like, subscribe, rate, an…
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Today’s episode of Container Gardening Made Easy is growing sweet bell peppers. Once you’ve had a taste of your own bell peppers, you’ll never want a supermarket pepper again. You'll hear: One shocking fact about bell peppers (hint: most people have no idea) What nearly brought me to tears when I first started growing peppers Step-by-step help with…
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None other than John Thompson of Circling Europe joins us to talk about his journey from seeker to circler. We talk about the magickal path that circling opens up, and John shares his wisdom as an adept in the field. Check out the Circling Europe website here. If you would like to learn more about circling, authentic relating, nonviolent communicat…
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Today’s episode of Container Gardening Made Easy is all about growing basil! Welcome to warm weather herbs! You’ll hear all about this heat-loving must-have for everything from pesto to pasta… and everything in between One of the biggest mistakes I made when I first started growing basil (so you can skip this painful lesson and get on with growing …
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Our Eros Series concludes (yes, concludes) with the second half of our conversation with Robert Kandell. We discuss major topics affecting the male erotic world, including the rise of free streaming video pornography, rediscovering intimacy, and liberating your power with intentionality both in your relationships and your life. To find more Robert …
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Summer is just 6 weeks away! If you’ve been thinking about growing summer goodness… now is the perfect time to plan… and prep! This week’s episode of the Container Gardening Made Easy Podcast is 9 Tips to Make Your Summer Containers Bountiful. You’ll learn: One of the biggest mistakes beginners make (and how you can plan like a pro) We’ll walk thro…
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Our Eros Series takes us to none other than Robert Kandell. His path is winding one—from the American dream to psychedelic exploration to orgasmic meditation to thought leading to life as a fractional CFO. He tells us how he left his standard, boilerplate life at 28 to discover a world of profound authenticity and fulfillment. To find more Robert K…
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Life is hectic… and stressful. So, if you’d love a quiet, cozy place to just… be... this episode is for you. This week’s episode of the Container Gardening Made Easy Podcast is about cultivating peace and presence in small spaces. You’ll hear: How stepping out on your patio can help quiet a busy mind The surprise guest who taught me how to relax my…
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We welcome Sara Ness and Geof Krum once again to the Eros Series. This time, we discuss the power of hot anger and the gifts we receive when we work with this force. Hand in hand with Eros, these two energies have a lot of potential to radically change our lives and relationships for the better. We also dive into the relationship between Sara and G…
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If you love cooking pasta, potato, poultry, fish, and beef dishes and adding a piney, warm, and savory flavor… pull out a plate! This week’s episode of Container Gardening Made Easy is all about growing rosemary! This piney, woody, and savory favorite is adored by many cooks… You’ll hear: You’ll hear why growing your own is worth every penny, while…
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Our Eros Series continues with two highly influential leaders of the Authentic Relating movement, none other than Sara Ness and Geof Krum! They talk to us about their backgrounds and what it is like to use those well-honed skills of authenticity in their relationship. We end up focusing on healthy conflict and how fighting better can lead to loving…
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If you’re looking for a few simple ways to support your self-care and wellbeing… you’re going to LOVE this week’s podcast episode! This week’s episode of the Container Gardening Made Easy Podcast is all about…you. We’ll dive into: 3 ways to design a container garden to support your self-care and wellbeing. Fascinating research coming out about the …
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This episode is totally unlike anything we've ever done. Today, you'll hear us get couples coaching with Susan Campbell, author The Couple's Journey, Getting Real, and From Triggered to Tranquil. It's a wild part of our ongoing Eros Series. Check out last week's episode to hear our interview with her. Curious to learn more about Susan Campbell or w…
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If you love salsa, pasta sauces, and savory veggie dishes… you’re going to LOVE this week’s podcast episode! This week of Container Gardening Made Easy is all about growing oregano! A savory, pungent, and peppery cooking favorite! You’ll hear: A few hidden benefits of this Greek, Italian, and Spanish favorite Oregano’s perfect pairing partner (it m…
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When our romantic partners trigger us, it can send us into profound emotional turmoil. Could this be fertile soil for a practice that gives us rich insight into our selves and even lead to enlightenment? That's what today's guest, Susan Campbell, has been saying since the release of her 1980 book The Couple's Journey. Since then, she's gone on to w…
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If you love the idea of sitting on your patio with a hot cup of mint & lemon tea, Iced orange mint tea, or any other mint variety… you’re going to LOVE this week’s episode! This week’s episode of Container Gardening Made Easy is all about growing mint and a few surprising benefits of growing your own just steps away from your kitchen. You’ll hear: …
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In this second half of our discussion with Amy Leigh Curry, we dive into the world of polyamory. We also take a look at other ways that people can explore relating to one another in a romantic way. That includes entirely platonic touch, like cuddling! Amy is a facilitator, coach, and ordained non-denominational Minister. Her work is vast, from host…
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Today’s episode of Container Gardening Made Easy is all about growing thyme in small spaces! This is one of THE easiest herbs you can start growing in containers this spring! I’ll share why I’m crazy about this no-drama, sweet, piney, citrusy-smelling, must-have-in-my-garden herb! You'll find out: Why this is one of the easiest herbs you can start …
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Romantic love, sex, relationships. These are the field of Eros, and they are the major themes we will be dealing with to start off the Spring. How can we approach this overwhelming force with mindful care and purposeful attention? To help us figure that out, we brought on Amy Leigh Curry. Amy is a facilitator, coach, and ordained non-denominational…
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Spring is the PERFECT time to start planning your herb & veggie container garden… and I’m happy to help! This week’s episode of Container Gardening Made Easy is all about growing parsley in pots! It’s a great way to kick off spring… with a cool-weather herb. I’ll share my crazy soup-making mix-up when I went shopping for parsley last winter (it’s e…
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This episode covers the concept of active and receptive modes in circling (also known as yin and yang). It's the first in a new format we are calling ARCS (Authentic Relating & Circling Seminars). Shout out to Rob for his awesome contribution... from the woods! If you would like to know more about circling, authentic relating, nonviolent communicat…
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This week’s episode of Container Gardening Made Easy is all about growing a crisp, tender, sweet flavor variety called Salad Bowl Lettuce… a salad lover’s dream! I’ll share the 3 BIG Mistakes I made when I first started growing lettuce and how you can avoid them and grow your own leafy green goodness. You’ll hear: A few tips and tricks for growing …
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Last week, we began our conversation with Jason Digges on the history of circling. Today, we finish that discussion. Jason takes us from the Integral Center, where he and a team of intrepid researchers and facilitators helped link the pioneering work of Ken Wilbur and Susan Campbell with the early founders of circling like Guy Sengstock into a core…
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If you’re looking for a flavorful, highly nutritious leafy green alternative to Spinach… you might just love container gardening with this one. This week’s episode is all about growing Swiss Chard in small spaces. You’ll hear how I stumbled onto Swiss Chard, while dealing with a chronic illness, and a few surprises I learned along the way (you'll h…
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In this episode, we welcome none other than Jason Digges onto the podcast to track the history of circling from its origin among the likes of Susan Campbell, Ken Wilbur, and Guy Sengstock to where it is today. The story comes from someone who saw much of the history firsthand at the Integral Center in Boulder, Colorado, and then later as a leading …
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Today’s episode is all about growing cool-weather kale (if you’re experiencing cooler temps this time of year) and how to decide if growing kale is right for you. You’ll hear one of the biggest mistakes I made when I got started (and how to avoid it so you don’t waste time, energy, or money). If you love Kale and want to create mouthwatering recipe…
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The second half of our talk with energy healer and qi gong teacher Jay Demaio. He teaches us a lot about how to let our energy flow in our day-to-day lives as well as in the circle. This includes how to yawn, the importance of napping, using the tongue mudra, and integrating emotional experiences. It's a lot of great stuff! To learn more about Jay …
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Today’s episode of Container Gardening Made Easy is all about picking the perfect pot when you’re just getting started and how to avoid picking all the wrong containers (don’t do what I did… more on that story inside). I’m sharing 3 Essentials for Picking the Perfect Pot for your small space so you’ll: Know which pots and containers to buy (and whi…
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Circling gives us a lot of tools to communicate in a profoundly present way. But our bodies are tools for connecting, too. In this first of two blockbuster episodes, we talk with Jay Demaio, a qigong teacher and trauma-informed somatic energy healer. We explore how we can use the body to move energy in a way that builds stronger connections. Oh, an…
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Welcome to Container Gardening Made Easy. Whether you have a tiny yard, patio, or deck you can grow your own food. Discover the 3 delightful benefits of container gardening. I’m Asia Small Space Gardener, reformed plant killer (RIP Oregano, I’ve drowned more plants than I can count), and now gardening coach for beginners who want to transform their…
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This is a discussion with the incredible Cathy Courtenay. A true master of circling and a committed educator, she teaches the skills of the relational arts to a wide range of people, while also holding space for a community of practitioners in Asheville, North Carolina. Here, she gives us accessible tools we can begin using right now to connect wit…
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This is an exciting episode! Sigh and Jonathan discuss a new practice that's been capturing their attention: Circling Strongstyle. With a heavy emphasis on the meditation side of things (as well as a heavy dose of discipline), this format will hopefully build our capacity to stay in the present with other people even as things get into the red. (Se…
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On this, our first interview episode, Joel Tenbomb joins us to discuss the fraught issue of caretaking. While some people see it as simple acts of kindness, it's important to keep an eye out for the many ways caretaking can limit the sovereignty and expression of others. This holds true inside of circling and in our lives. More about Joel: Joel is …
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Our first debrief episode in a while! This time, we invite our friend Misty on the podcast. The conversation that follows is a wild ride that begins with a close-up view of shame. More stuff is going up on our YouTube all the time, so keep an eye out. If you would like to know more about circling or the Relational Arts, check out our website. Also,…
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Rupture. It's the other side of connection. To understand how we relate to people, we have to know rupture. So today, we are opening the floor to many people. We are letting them speak in their own voices about rupture. This is a new kind of episode, so if you want to hear more like it, let us know. More stuff is going up on our YouTube all the tim…
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How can we be sure we are really developing as people and not just learning fancier ways to communicate? If I don't hold myself accountable, I can actually use the Relational Arts to do a lot of damage by figuring out how to sound one way when really, I'm acting from a much different place. This is what makes the inner work so important, and that's…
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It's the first episode of 2024. And what do you do when something important is over? You debrief it! In this episode, we do a deep dive into the debrief, an essential part of the practice. We end up discovering a lot more than we planned. More stuff is going up on our YouTube all the time, so keep an eye out. If you would like to know more about ci…
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Happy holidays and merry Christmas! In this episode of The Container, we talk about the traffic light metaphor, a tool we've used to describe different states you can experience while being in relation to other people. And there was quite an unexpected visit to the studio from a very special guest. More stuff is going up on our YouTube all the time…
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With Winter fast approaching, we are opening up our discussion to a more expansive view of the Relational Arts and how they fit into our path through the world. In this episode, we discuss patterns and how we can use things like circling to understand them. Keep an eye on our YouTube this week, as we are going to be posting some new types of conten…
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This was an episode where we began in one place and ended up in an entirely different area, all because someone stayed authentic to where they were in the present moment. Sounds sort of like a microcosm of the whole Relational Arts thing, huh? Also, forgive us the audio issues. Until a connection-loving trillionaire comes forward to support us, we …
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[Repost of Episode 6] The Relational Arts are a strange space. But circling helps form the center of the practice... or does it? Follow along as our three intrepid sleuths uncover what the real center of the practice is (or could be). This is a super fun discussion and one that we'd love to hear your thoughts on. If you would like to know more abou…
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We have a big group circling up in this episode, which was recorded all the way back in October. With people both new to circling and long-time circlers, the discussion captured here calls us back to the beginner's mind. It's something that brings a lot of big breakthroughs with it. If you would like to know more about circling or the Relational Ar…
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This is another debrief episode, showing how talking about a specific circle can create fertile ground for grander discussions on presence, relating, and imagination. After all, how does a Relational Arts practice actually show up in the rest of your life? This is how. If you like what Freddy had to say, and who wouldn't, you can find her website h…
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This is exciting. One of the main reasons we wanted to start The Container was to share with people how amazing debriefing a circle can be. In this episode, listen to us go through the fine points of circling and being in relation to other human beings. If you like what Freddy had to say, and who wouldn't, you can find her website here. If you woul…
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For the second episode, we decided to dive into the big question: What is Circling? Because circling is a foundational practice of the Relational Arts, it's a great idea to have some working definition. We also provide a loose sketch of how to start circling in your own life. We go on to touch on the differences between Circling Europe and the Circ…
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