What links the neuroscience of love, the embracing of failure and the pheromones of trees? Adam Hamdy, novelist, screenwriter and sense-maker in an increasingly non-sensical world shares ways to be the best of ourselves, and help others to reach the same place.
How could our entire political system be rewoven so that it met the needs of all humanity – and the More than Human world? How can we step beyond the tribal toxicity that is tearing us apart and find ways to build a future that work? The One Nation Party is a key to a radical new mode of governance. Here, Benjamin Ross describes how it arose, what draw him to it and how it can work to transform the world.
How can we embody the change we need to see in the world? How can we find the new ways of being before we even have words to describe them? What is ‘Warm Data’ and how does it help us see the world as it really is? Phoebe Tickell, utopian, sense-maker and facilitator of radical change talks us through answers that will help us to change the world.
In this second of two episodes, practical visionary, Miki Kashtan, lays out her visions of a flourishing, generative future based on providing for the needs of all – the human and More-Than-Human world. And how to get there.
How can we reweave the fabric of humanity to create a world where everyone’s deepest needs are met? How do we even know what our deepest needs are – for security (physical and emotional), freedom, connection and meaning? Miki Kashtan gives us answers – and a vision of the future.
Musician, artist, maker-of-ceremony and guardian of the ancestors of the land, Carolyn Hillyer talks – and sings – about the three things that take care of this land: a deep honouring of the ancestors, a fierce guardianship, and the absolute heart-felt connection of tribe.
What if our work made our hearts sing every day? What if everyone were paid what they were actually worth? What if the profits went into the community, to build the better world our hearts know is possible? How would that actually work? Let’s find out!
Business as usual has brought us to the edge of extinction. Can we switch off our complacency and turn towards life in time? Raw, honest thoughts from Professor Rupert Read of Extinction Rebellion.
How can we feed our bodies and our souls? Abel Pearson, founder of Glasbren community supported agriculture farm in West Wales shared his connection to the land, his spiritual practice – and his re-visioning of community, food and spirit
If we’re on the edge of chaos, how can we bring all the good ideas together – the right people with the right skills at the right time – and craft an ecosystem of ecosystems to affect radical change? How can we save ourselves from extinction? Humanity Rising offers an answer.
Thoughts on an opening sense of self after the birth of a foal – learning new things, triggering angst, fear of making it all up… and a sense of awe.
When we can’t meet in person, how do we make heartfelt connections – in our relationships, in our Zoom calls and out in the world? And through these, feel truly alive? Part 2 of our conversation with Sarah Schlote.