In this week’s episode Nora Bateson speaks with Joanna about: exploring the tension between settlement and migration; looking at the extreme polarization and fear we are experiencing; deep inquiry about possibilities; our participation in drawing boundaries in the collective ideascape; how to be part of the system’s change…?; the skill of the future; the relationship between learning and change; dignity is a shared experience; longing for new ways of living our interdependence; the willingness to enjoy the beauty of life and carry its pain.
In this week’s episode, Ervin Laszlo speaks with Joanna about: differentiating between the universe and the cosmos; parallels between ancient insights and modern cosmology; is consciousness more than an epiphenomenon of matter?; near death experiences and consciousness beyond the body; we contain all the information of the universe; working in a sustainablw way with the Life Force; returning to our core being; what holds everything together.
In this week’s episode Jeremy Lent speaks with Joanna about: liology, the marriage of complexity and ancient Eastern wisdom; holding together the unity and differentiation of things; our responsibility in being part of the web of life; connectivity is the meaning; the hypnosis of the modern consumer society; a sustainable worldview that incorporates scientific understanding and a spiritual sense of connection; the resurgence of a social, cultural and scientific movement going beyond the breakthroughs of the 60s; feeling the possibilities of our interconnectedness; kindness, the recognition and expression of our human relatedness.
In this week’s episode Alan Seale speaks with Joanna about: the breath of life moves through us; everything is connected to everything else; the divide of curiosity; from how we believe to how we live; living from transformational presence; the great breaking open; finding your soul mission; working for the long path accelerates change; partnering with what wants to happen; beyond skills into capacity for energetic awareness; cutting to the core of complexity.
In this week’s episode Helena Norberg-Hodge speaks with Joanna Harcourt-Smith and Jacob Aman about: a deregulated global system, responsible for every problem we face; the economic shift in the West in the last thirty years; growing things organically is more efficient; millions of initiatives connecting producers and consumers; the great hope lies in the people’s movement; rebuilding face-to-face cultures and deep connection with Nature; everyday indigenosity; a decentralization that understands ecological and human realities;; creating a way of life where people and planet matter; we need a holistic view helping us to create political, community and personal change.