Nathan Crane is interviewing Sacha Stone today. Sacha is Founder of Humanitad, the NewEarth Project, and the International Tribunal for Natural Justice. While he’s outspoken against the centralization of power and of multilateral institutional manipulation. Sacha Stone produced the MDG Awards ceremony on the floor of the General Assembly at the United Nations in 2009 in an order to engage with the mechanics of centralized power. It was at this event where Archbishop Desmond Tutu propounded the word Ubuntu, which is fast becoming a major pattern for international socio-ecological reform. Sacha has a plethora of global experience and we’re honored to have him with us.
How to Become Politically and Socially Free is a topic near Sacha’s heart. How being and doing relate to time and space, fear and desire and duality itself, so long as they are not enjoined. Taking the subject further – exploring how synthesizing being and doing equates to sovereign expression and consciousness-in-action, therefore availing to us the alchemy of manifestation in the temporal realms. Claiming ones true voice, owning ones expression and no longer asking for permission as the new credo for spiritual and conscious evolution.
Paul Lenda is next person to be interviewed by Nathan Crane. Paul is a conscious evolution guide, writer, speaker, workshop facilitator, and life coach wishing to provide an integral role in one’s personal transformation and the collective social transformation of humanity. Paul has degrees in business and psychology, over a decade of extensive spiritual practice, a drive for esoteric knowledge and strives to see and understand the wider horizon of Reality.
Paul’s discussion is on Creating a Localized & Regenerative Society. The present global economy has significant environmental, social, and spiritual costs that can eventually lead us to a dystopic future. Instead of human society measuring progress by infinite economic growth at all costs, a shift towards a localized and regenerative model for measuring progress needs to be made. This talk will focus on the benefits of decentralized localization and the need to go beyond sustainability towards regenerative design.
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