The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali show

The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali

Summary: Welcome to The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali. On this show we explore the weave between politics, spirituality, creativity and sustainability. The people, projects and ideas we meet here are challenging the dominant world story and creating a beautiful future. We share a new interview every Thursday. Every one of us has ideas and personal experiences to share that can lead us to a brighter future. Our global future is created by all of us, together. The Future Is Beautiful is the start of a new conversation for making that happen. How will you create beauty in the world? Discover more about our book and podcast at


 A Beautiful Care package for the Age of Corona - E89 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 30:27

Resources, practices and conversations to support and empower you at this time

 Atulya Bingham on Offgrid Living, Nature Connection and Earth Whispers - E88 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:15:02

We Are All Sovereign Of Our Own Worlds What does it take to create a life you love close to nature? In this episode Amisha connects with author, mud home builder and Earth whisperer Atulya Bingham. Together, Amisha and Atulya discuss the relational alchemy and diverse sources of wisdom that we find in connection with the natural world, how to listen to trees, and the critical importance of finding joy in every moment of life. Links from this episode and more at

 Raphaël Colicci on Biodynamic Agriculture, Holistic Therapy and Earth Connection - E87 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 52:22

Collaborating With Nature For Health And Healing How can we create abundance in harmony with nature? In this episode Amisha meets holistic therapist, biodynamic farmer and researcher Raphaël Colicci. Raphaël shares the story of how he transformed a plot of sterile, stony ground into a thriving conservatory of rare and ancient fruit trees, cultivated for their healing and nutritional properties and marvellous flavour. Links from this episode and more at

 Meynar Sihombing on Microfinance, Social Impact and Responsibility - E86 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 58:25

Creative Solutions for Development How can business and finance empower communities to grow and thrive? In this episode Amisha meets microfinance expert Meynar Sihombing. Meynar shares with us some of the challenges and opportunities for low-income and rural households in Indonesia, the particular characteristics of the Indonesian socioeconomic context, and how microfinance is evolving products and services to meet these needs. Links from this episode and more at

 Sam Branson on Storytelling, Adventure, and Self-acceptance - E85 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:17:07

Climbing Mountains For A View From Within How can inner and outer exploration support authentic self-actualisation? In this episode Amisha sits down with adventurer, social entrepreneur, filmmaker, and activist Sam Branson. Sam shares with us some of the life-changing adventures and journeys of exploration - both internal and external - that have shaped the person he has become, and his experiences of making an impact. Links from this episode and more at

 Swaady Martin on Sacred Leadership, Intuition and Responsibility - E84 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:32:36

The World Needs To Be Loved Not Saved How can we step with a clear heart into the responsibility that comes with privilege? In this episode Amisha sits down with serial entrepreneur, author and teacher Swaady Martin. Swaady has realised at a young age that she is the creator of her life. She shares with us the inner deconditioning that we must go through in order to reconnect with our authentic selves, the Earth and each other. Links from this episode and more at

 Ibu Robin Lim on Birth, Parenting and Trauma - E83 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:20:30

Protecting the future of earth's smallest citizens How can our experience of being born into this world change how we take care of it? In this episode Amisha meets Ibu Robin Lim, founder of Bumi Sehat - a non-profit organisation operating community health, education and childbirth centres in Indonesia and the Philippines, as well as disaster relief birthing support for mothers and babies.

 Tara Judelle on Embodied Flow, Transformational Yoga and The BodyMind - E82 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:29:13

Stepping into Flow as Meditation in Action How do we thrive in every layer of fabric of our consciousness? In this episode Amisha spends time with yogi, teacher and founder of the School of Embodied Flow, Tara Judelle. Tara explains how embodied yoga practises can support us to balance integrity and permeability, structure and flow, intake and output in our bodymind system - moment by moment. Links from this episode and more at

 Nina Simons on Leadership, Diversity and Restoring the Feminine - E81 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:32:41

In this episode Amisha connects with Nina Simons - Co-Founder and Chief Relationship Strategist of Bioneers, a nonprofit organisation that highlights breakthrough solutions for restoring people and planet. Nina shares some of what she has witnessed, experienced and learned over 30 years working with change-makers and activists, as well as her own process of decolonising her inner world and learning to lead from the heart. Links from this episode and more at

 Living Life from our Truest Potential - E80 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 27:03

How can we open to more of our unique human potential?  In this special episode, Amisha Ghadiali shares some of her own journey and her interest in our untapped human potential. "The Future Is ours for the creating. It is made up of how we spend our time, money and energy, now with our presence. The most precious resources we have are our creativity, intuition and the untapped human potential that lives in all of us. Let’s be both bold and sensitive and use this to create the most beautiful future

 Cultivating Courage and Presence - E79 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:01:31

How can we cultivate the courage and presence needed for these times?  In this episode we mark the end of this decade, and the end of the year with reflections from our host Amisha Ghadiali. She offers an exploration into the courage that we need for the next decade, and shares a myth which speaks to the power courage, as well as a meditation practice which supports the cultivation of presence. 

 Uma Dinsmore-Tuli on Deep Rest, Sacred Activism and Total Yoga Nidra - E78 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 02:05:51

Rest As A Radical Act How can we reconnect with natural cycles of rest and healing? In this episode Amisha sits down with writer, radical yogini and eco-feminist activist Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, who introduces us to Total Yoga Nidra and the natural cycles of rest in human biology, psyche and the world around us. She explains why napping has become a radical act, and what might happen if politicians took naps before every major decision. Links from this episode and more at

 Drew Dellinger on Creativity, Social Justice and Spirituality - E77 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:45:17

The Confluence of Two Rivers: Alchemy in Creativity What is the role of creativity in our times? In this episode Amisha meets poet, writer and teacher Drew Dellinger. Drew talks about the ways in which poetry and creativity are integral to our human experience, the connections between arts and social justice, and how to nurture creativity in our own lives. Links from this episode and more at

 Layla Saad on Self Reclamation, White Supremacy and Understanding Privilege - E76 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:43:39

Being A Good Ancestor: Me and White Supremacy How does white supremacy show up in our lives and what is our work to do? In this episode Amisha shares a moment with Layla Saad, author of ‘Me and White Supremacy’. Layla speaks about her own journey of awakening into the full expression of herself as a black woman, and the ways in which external and internal white supremacy shows up in her life. Links from this episode and more at

 Terry Patten on Sacred Activism, Transformation and Meta Narratives | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:39:47

A new republic of the heart: awakening to the mystery and the miracle. How can we be the change that we want to see in the world? In this episode Amisha sits down with philosopher, author, activist and coach Terry Patten. Terry shares his perspective on inner work as a form of activism, identity politics and collective trauma and how to weave together the multiple meta-narratives of our time to create transformational change. Links from this episode and more at


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