Podcast #1 — Wednesday, May 6, 2009 — The Power of Storytelling

Hal Zina Bennett is a master story-teller and a much sought after writing coach. On this show we will be reading and discussing the foreword to The Lioness Tale. Hal volunteered to write the foreword after he discovered the unpublished manuscript in a rustic cabin during a stay at Diane’s retreat center. The story of Lioness addresses issues of living under difficult, even despairing, circumstances. Listeners will easily identify with the Lioness of this tale. We all know what it is like to live in a world that is indifferent to our inner lives.

We know what it is to long for the intimacy of a caring voice, of someone in our lives who knows who we are and believes that who we are is important. Tune into The Lioness Tale: Awakening the Liberating Spirit and listen to the conversation with Hal and Diane as they discuss how stories like The Lioness Tale are primary ways for a community to share its wisdom and lead us to discover what our deepest longings are all about.

The Power of Storytelling

:::::::::::::::::: S T R E A M I N G ::: A U D I O ::: P L A Y E R ::::::::::::::::::
. PLAY / PAUSE ......................................................... VOLUME

Please support our work
Click the Donate button to make a tax-deductible donation by credit card or PayPal account. Or, we welcome your check mailed to PO Box 338, Camptonville CA 95922.

Please join our newsletter list




After clicking, confirmation message will appear below. Please check your email in a few minutes and respond to the email from Skyline Harvest to confirm.Thank you!

EARTHLINES Online Journal

"When did you know that we weren't on the margins but at the center?" The question felt poignant. It came from one of the women in our LiT-uPP core group as she looked up from reading a book that held a chapter on The Lioness Tale Prison Project. I knew the lines she was referring to because I had written them...

Click to read current or past EARTHLINES.