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

Mar 31, 2021

How do we create a world in which everything is sacred? 

In this episode Amisha talks to Clare Dubois, an environmentalist, social entrepreneur and inspirational speaker. She is the founder and CEO of TreeSisters,org, a global women’s movement leading social change and tropical reforestation. Clare’s holistic approach aims to activate collective cultural transformation and feminine leadership principles to restore our reciprocity with nature.

In this uplifting conversation Amisha and Clare explore we can activate paradigm shifts away from dominant, extractive and patriarchal culture into a thriving reality guided by leadership with feminine principles and in reciprocity with nature. Clare shares that in order to flourish this kind of leadership we need to open up to our infinite possibilities and capacities as humans by falling from our minds into our hearts. 

Clare talks about her awakening into mobilising women and environmental activism catalysed by a car crash into a tree that gifted her a unique vision of the future. She speaks of the challenges of being an activist for restoring feminine principles and nature in systems that devalue and destruct these. Her organisation is a powerful antidote; a sisterhood with a call to action to restore our forests and feminine principles. It supports women to restore their relationship with life as an intelligence and history entwined with nature by listening to their deeper truths, redefining and embodying their sovereignty.

We learn that we cannot create a new world with an economy that requires death of nature and subjugation of peoples. For a new world to emerge, old systems need to collapse. We need to slow down, listen to our bodies and honour ourselves as miracles in sacred relationship with life. We need to relearn what it means to be human by linking arms with sacred intelligence. That way we will plant beautiful forests for a reciprocal future.

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