Future is Beautiful – We are Nature Panel with Amisha Ghadiali
The lives of every living organism on earth are interwoven by delicate energetic threads, knitting our ecosystem together into a planetary intelligent super organism.
When we look deep within ourselves the understanding of this truth is inherent to our very being. However, destructive patterns of behaviour stemming from separatism and duality – ego and greed – are threatening this fragile living network.
Now more than ever before it is time to activate from within and open up to the innate wisdoms that surround us, to receive, feel and manifest this intelligence as our own networks come alive with resonating vibrations. This soft healing power grows from the roots up as nature intended, creating a new narrative we can all be part of.
At Noisily 2021 we invite you to reconnect with this ancient wisdom, to celebrate the interconnection of all living beings and our planets beauty and abundance. To recognise the importance of re-rooting, grounding and opening ourselves to the frequencies, intelligence and infinite potential of life.
A panel conversation hosted by Amisha Ghadiali, with Adah Parris, Bruce Parry, Jessica Ferrow, Jimena Paracha and Charlotte Pulver.
A The Future is Beautiful and Noisily Collaboration
The Future Is Beautiful is a Podcast for conversations about things that matter. Host Amisha Ghadiali interviews inspiring people each week, kicking off episode one with Charles Eisenstein, she has now had discussions in over 125 episodes with the likes of Polly Higgins, Satish Kumar, Sam Roddick, Bruce Parry and many others.
The show explores the relationship between politics, spirituality, creativity and sustainability. The people, projects and ideas brought to light aim to challenge the dominant world story and create a beautiful future. They also host live events and have an online community to support the process of embodying these themes.
In collaboration with Noisily we have gathered a panel of thought makers and dreamweavers to discuss our Mind Body Soul theme, ‘We Are Nature.’
The vision? Amisha Ghadiali sums it up beautifully; “From healing trauma to vision to new technologies to ancient wisdom to regeneration – it’s time for us to move beyond silos and into an integrated way of being. Every one of us has ideas and personal experiences to share that can lead us to a brighter future. We are all called to be leaders at this time. This is the revolution. Despite the challenges we face as a global community, or the pressures that we meet in our daily lives, when we stop and dare to dream, to ask ourselves the big questions and to share what we are already doing, we create the future that we wish to wake up for. That Future Is Beautiful.”
About the Panel:
Amisha Ghadiali is host of the globally acclaimed podcast The Future Is Beautiful.
She is an experienced facilitator and has a gift of bringing people into connection with themselves, each other and the earth. She has hosted many retreats, workshops and rituals around the world, and designed programmes including The Heart of Transformation, Wild Grace, and a five month residential fellowship in community facilitation leadership. She creates brave, tender and inclusive spaces for our hearts unfolding, healing and embrace of our wildness.
She is a truly fascinating individual with a list of accolades and attributes so extensive we can’t include them all here, so make sure to head over to her website to read more.
Adah Parris is a futurist, cultural strategist, systems designer and artist. A polymath and enthusiastic curator of people, patterns and stories.
In 2020 she was shortlisted as one of the Most Influential Women in UK Technology; in 2019 she was recognised as one of TED Talks Global Emerging Innovators; in 2018 she was recognised as one of the UK’s Top 100 Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Leaders in Technology.
Her clients and partnerships have included Google, Unilever, Sainsbury’s, Oath, Ogilvy Labs, The British Council, The EU Council, The Tate Modern, the British Film Institute (BFI), The Union Chapel, Burning Man Camp: Playground, ArabNet Dubai, Innovate Finance, Wayra UK, The Friday Club, and Shambala Festival to name a few.
Her current interest lies in the anatomy of transformation and innovation, from ancient wisdom, natural systems and indigenous community practices to digital and emerging technologies.
Jimena Paratcha is a Transformative Events Producer and active Community Leader
As Founder of Action for Brazil’s Children’s Trust with 22 project partners in five major cities of Brazil, Jimena guided the NGO to become a founding partner of Street Child United, a global platform voicing the rights of young people at risk around the world.
After 20 years working in the social justice sector, Jimena turned towards the emerging environmental crisis campaigning for Fossil Free Sussex and Ecocide Law.
A dynamic activist for transformation of the inner and outer worlds; Jimena has nurtured a keen interest in diverse healing and energy-work modalities, becoming initiated into the Siddha Kundalini lineage and Nature Mysticism of Andean Peru. She bridges Indigenous traditions in the UK as a Guardian of the Yawanawa, Huni Kuin and Tukano people of Amazonian Brazil and is a partner of the Akasha Retreat Centre in Rio de Janeiro.
A Trustee of TreeSisters and a founding member of Friends of the River Medway, on the board of the Medicine Festival council Jimena is guiding the philanthropic aspect of the wider mission.
Jimena has a deep love and gratitude for trees, plants, land and waters which are driving forces in all of her activities. Including the care of rescue horses and 3 flourishing young adult children in the mini community they are creating in Forest Row, Sussex.
Akasha Retreat Centre:
Charlotte Pulver is a modern day alchemist and change maker, born into the Pulver lineage of Apothecarians. She has a background in natural healthcare, studying and practising various medical systems of healing for 20+ years, whilst her love is rooted in making medicines for people which she sells through ‘Pulver’s Apothecary’.
She has been hosting water ceremonies and pilgrimages for many years, is currently writing a book on London’s springs and wells, and helped co-found The Fellowship of the Spring, a group championing water guardianship in the British Isles.