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all that we are with amisha ghadiali (formally known as the future is beautiful)

Mar 4, 2021

How can technology and story expand cultural possibilities of the future? 

In this episode Amisha talks with Sarah Drew, author, teacher and creator of visionary media. Sarah catalyses powerful blueprints for the future deeply rooted in the gnosis of the past. She is the author of the eco-feminist novel, GAIA CODEX, and a featured speaker at the graduate level and at Google, ABC Deepak Homebase, The Assemblage and Bioneers. She is currently a popular teacher and mentor for women worldwide on topics such as Feminine Wisdom and  Evolutionary Culture.

Together Amisha and Sarah recognise the current season as a gift for regenesis, reclamation and reconnection into ways of being innate to our nature and grounded in infinite potentiality of our souls. It is a time to cultivate quiet practices that bring  us into resonance with awe-inspiring creativity, higher consciousness and Earth.  

Sarah shares insights into her meditative writing practice that opens doorways to feminine wisdom and blueprints for the future through myths, stories, alchemy and science. Her eco-feminist novel ‘GAIA CODEX’, is a visionary activation into feminine wisdom as a collective experience in story form, a book club  in a tree planting sisterhood, and experiences in multiple media mediums.

As students of goddesses and archetypes, they reveal that embodying feminine wisdom means to be aligned with our courage, our inner calling and potentiality so we can bring forth clarity of vision, creativity and beauty. It means to practice discernment that can be somatically guided, so we may cultivate ideas that enhance life for all.

We learn that Virtual Reality can provide us with eye-opening and visceral experiences that give us more agency by growing our consciousness, empathy and communion with nature. Such fertile applications of technology are invitations for rewilding our evolutionary paths to remedy the extractive ‘hunger culture’ of our times.

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