What do we do with this time of lockdown? How can we use it in ways that will lead us to a more flourishing world, without guilt-tripping ourselves or adding pressure to an already-pressured time? Manda and Nathalie Nahai share thoughts and feelings and explore the edges of being.
Rob is a key mover in the world of conscious evolution and here, he describes why the evolution of consciousness is the next step we must take, and how we might get there.
What If? Imagining the better world our hearts know is possible.
A new (free) visualisation for our times.
Visionary, healer and author of two books on ancient and contemporary shamanic practice, Chris Luttichau is a beacon of grounded integrity in this time of upheaval. In this week’s podcast, we explore how the indigenous peoples’ view this time, and how we can respond to the challenges of the moment.
As our world turns over, we turn to the new-old ways to discover how we could do things differently. In this raw, deep, honest conversation with shamanic practitioner, Ya’acov Darling Khan, we talk about what we can do – and his new book.
The world is not as it was. Every one of us is touched by this. We are a global community now, striving to find sovereignty, balance – and a way forward that is healing for us all.
VIDEO – At times like this, what matters most of all is that we take agency – that we feel what we choose to feel and not what the times are pushing us towards.
Daniel Thorson, host of the ground-breaking, innovative and hugely courageous Emerge podcast. is a Buddhist monastic, activist and meta-modern thinker. In this conversation, we dive deeply into what it means to be human – and how we can live as the best of ourselves.
VIDEO – Sometimes we need a place of sanctuary – a place of healing, stability and peace…
It’s all too easy to let our habits shape us. But what if we knew how to hack our habits so we become the people we’d really like to meet, know, love…?
Rabbi Jill Harmer is committed to an earth based and a wildly mythic view of the world in which nature, ritual and story connect us to the body of the cosmos and to ourselves. We explore the meaning of life, the role of dreams and how we might find hope in the face of climate breakdown.
If Professor Rupert Read is right, our civilisation is finished. We’ll either collapse, or transform to the point of being unrecognisable. So… this being the case, what can we do? Join us in this discussion of how we can move forward.