Mar 24, 2021
How can we learn to live from the heart and rebalance the impacts of patriarchal systems?
In this episode Amisha talks with Joseph Tenzin Oliver, a social entrepreneur and change activist, who has dedicated his life to influence and design new business models improved by humanitarian and ecological practices. From advising on megacity development to Artificial Intelligence, he has contributed to shaping our world for over a decade consistently pushing the boundaries.
Joe reveals his entrepreneurial paths as a changemaker with a career that covers many different industries and multi-potential themes. He describes living and testing life outside of systemic norms in arms with spiritual and life practices that transcended boundaries and conventions. Joe shares the unfolding of his unique way of life and his ultimate calling into service of helping others to create businesses and products that catalyse change and reconfigure our systems for the greater good.
Together Amisha and Joe explore their life changing experiences of grief and death as a constant life process that prepares us for crisis and a life lived from the heart. They describe these as a powerful initiation, where we meet vulnerability and resilience as skills that can help us build life and businesses drawing on the wisdom of compassion and love in service to humanity and ecologies.
They talk about male privileges, societal biases and generational brutalism that have constructed skewed perceptions of masculinity forming destructive norms of how we do business, design products and build society.
We learn there is a sea change occurring with men are blossoming new brotherhoods. These are spaces where men purposefully teach men how to speak emotions and vulnerabilities; how to live their dreams from the heart and how to integrate histories of destruction, extraction and toxic behavior so the pendulum of change may swing to balance masculine and feminine for a wholehearted future.
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