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The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

Release Date: 09/24/2020

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The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

How can we initiate a culture rooted in the cycles of nature and life? In this episode Amisha talks to Ruby May, an educator, activist, coach and community leader cultivating a world in which cyclical awareness is integrated into the way we relate and create. The themes of empowerment and who we are beyond our conditioning are threads that weave between all her offerings. In this thoughtful conversation Amisha and Ruby consider lives lived guided by cycles that exist within and outside of our bodies; our hormonal cycles and the seasonal cycles of nature. We learn how solstices and equinoxes...

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The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

How can we cultivate embodiment of our intuition as lived experiences? In this episode Amisha Ghadiali, our beautiful host answers some of your questions. We put out a call for you to send in your questions so that they could be answered on the show.  Themes explored through these questions include: what makes an episode of this podcast beautiful, what are archetypes and how can they guide us, and what is the power of online communities.  We enquire if the word leadership is important in shifting paradigms and how to manage staying up to date and not overwhelmed in the age of...

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The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

What power does beauty have in shaping our world?  "Beautiful leadership is a way of being in the world that honours why you are truly here, and what is possible. This is the leadership of now - of soul - of feeling into what this future call forth in us and in bringing yourself into alignment with this vision - so that you can embody it in this world in small and perhaps big ways. This is the time to not be a follower, but to dive deep into the gifts of your intuition, and bring what is in your heart alive, with courage and grace. Consider it more as becoming a leader of your own life,...

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The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

How can we cultivate our intelligence of intuition? In this special episode (our last of 2020), spiritual teacher Sally Kempton turns the mic and interviews our visionary host Amisha Ghadiali.  Sally Kempton was our guest on Episode 8 and episode 92. She is one of today’s most authentic spiritual teachers. She teaches devotional contemplative tantra—an approach to practice that creates a fusion of knowing and loving. Sally is the author of Meditation for the Love of It, a groundbreaking book on meditation, and Awakening Shakti.    During this past year Amisha...

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The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

How do we create pathways into living our full humanity? In this episode Amisha speaks with Hop Hopkins, the Director of Strategic Partnerships for the Sierra Club working to promote economic justice and protection to those most affected by climate change and environmental degradation. He has worked in the labor, the climate justice and the housing justice movement. Hop is an Arborist and a Master Gardener living in community and creating a network of residential food forests supporting the development of stable, human-scale solar self-reliant neighbourhood communities. Amisha and Hop explore...

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The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

How do we become spiritual anchors amidst the sea of change? In this episode Amisha talks with Richard Rudd, an spiritual teacher, writer and award-winning poet. All of Richard’s travels and studies coalesced into a synthesis ‘Gene Keys’ exploring the miraculous possibilities inherent in human DNA. Today Richard continues to teach and travel all over the world applying the ‘Gene Keys’ across many fields, from the practical to the mystical.  Amisha and Richard explore intuition as our higher wisdom intelligence that supersedes the fears we are sold and sidesteps the instabilities...

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What kind of world could we believe in and tend to through practices of deep listening? In this episode Amisha speaks with Kailea Frederick, a mother of Tahltan, Kaska and Black American ancestry. Her work sits at the intersection of climate justice, spiritual ecology and resilience thinking. Kailea is the Editor for Loam, a Climate Commissioner for the city of Petaluma, and a facilitator through her own project ‘Earth Is `Ohana’. She co-authored ‘Compassion In Crisis: Learning To Live in an Age of Disaster’. Amisha and Kailea talk about the practice of deep listening as way of being...

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The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

How do we birth a new paradigm through transforming our story? In this episode Amisha talks with Rita Hraiz, visionary artist and a respected teacher of Ageless Wisdom and Esoteric Psychology. Rita is deeply versed in the Vajrayana aspect of Tibetan Buddhism and a student of Kalachakra Tantra. She is the designer and founder of Ethical clothing brand Mudra. Amisha and Rita explore how we can honour our radiance and authenticity through the style, materials and adornments we choose to wear and how the clothing and colours we wear effect us. Rita shares her personal journey of her spiritual...

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The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

How do we stitch a new garment that fits all of humanity and nature? In this episode Amisha talks with Sonya Renee Taylor, Founder and Radical Executive Officer of ‘The Body is Not An Apology’, a digital media and education company. Sonya’s creation as an award winning performance poet, activist and transformational leader unapologetically leans into radical self-love as a path of liberation. Amisha and Sonya explore the current collective moment where oppressive systems are exposed for their illusions designed to keep us separated from self-love by burying us in individualism, shame and...

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The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

How do we create structures with life at the centre of their being? In this episode Amisha talks with Pat McCabe ‘Woman Stands Shining’, of the Diné Nation adopted into the Lakota Spiritual Way of Life. She is an international speaker travelling to pray and to share her journey of remembering and listening for the way Home, back to the true nature of being Human Being. Amisha and Pat speak about how the beauty of our names reminds us of our uniqueness, our community spirit and encounters with the mysteries of Earth and life. They talk about Listening to Earth as a practice requiring us to...

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In this episode Amisha speaks with Mark Stevenson, a ‘reluctant futurist’, author, broadcaster and expert on global trends and innovation. Mark is one of the world’s most respected thinkers on the interplay of technology and society, helping a diverse mix of clients, from government departments to corporates to NGOs become future literate and adapt their cultures and strategies.

Amisha and Mark talk about perseverance, the possibilities for profound change arising from the pandemic and our need for future literacy. They explore the possibilities of change revealed by this unique moment of the pandemic; a moment that is a crisis of our hearts and a time of reflection where the impossible is possible.

Mark shares his ways of staying fit, motivated and in balance whilst doing work that is bigger than him, work that effects system change with ministries, governments, powerful CEOs and investors. He believes that fitness teaches us that progress is slow and achieved with consistency

Together speak of the idea that sustainable development is not simply about change, but about cultivating future literacy, and that artists can teach us ways to engage people emotionally with powerful tools that connect us to where possibilities bloom.

We learn that sustainable change is founded in speaking to people’s hearts and growing our interconnectedness, and that with perseverance we can all effectively create transformation. This persistence of taking incremental steps in growing our visions is a fulfilling way to build long-lasting systemic change.

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