This episode was so enlightening and fun to record. I got to interview a dear mentor of mine, Téo Montoya. I learned so much about myth mending, identity and how crucial it is to expand our capacity to hold the complex. To hold the questions we might not have the answers to (yet), to hold our anger, to feel our grief.
Today’s episode with Téo covers a lot of ground from how human design to myth mending and masculine archetypes.
Téo Montoya is a Human Design Analyst, Metamodern Myth Mender, and Indigenous Futurist living in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His work focuses on synthesizing cosmological and spiritual systems, myths, archetypes, and modalities to find ways of supporting an emerging world in crisis through human development, ecological literacy, and reciprocity with our more-than-human kin.
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