“All systems are entropic – all systems that define human beings into organised patterns of behaviour and outcome, like jobs, taxes, social constructs… All of these systems are vile, spiritually bankrupt, and entropic – programmed to autodestruct. They are not wired up in a way that makes sense to the organic, imminent human being.” ~ Sacha Stone
EPISODE 31 – SACHA STONE ON SELF ACTUALISATION, ACTIVISM AND SOVEREIGNTY
A NEW EARTH BEYOND OUR PERSONAL AND PLANETARY BORDERS
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About this interview:
What is true human sovereignty and how can we reclaim it?
In this episode Amisha shares a moment with former rock musician and founder of both Humanitad and New Earth Project Sacha Stone. Sacha has been an outspoken critic and activist in multiple high-level arenas spanning social ecology, natural justice, sustainability and economics to mention a few. He is currently working on some innovative initiatives that including free energy and quantum biology.
Sacha tells of his personal journey from his early life as a war child, via a career in rock music and deep spiritual enquiry “in the solitude of poetry”, to his present work in the world. Although his activities are broad and far-reaching, his work originates close to home – from a deep personal religion of self-actualisation.
He speaks about how we can and why we must break the patterns of our cultural, intellectual and social programming – transmuting our personal pain based stories in the alchemical fire of forgiveness and move into the transcendental work of service to others.
Sacha speaks about the entropic and harmful nature of many of the dominant systems of our civilisation and some of the alternatives that are emerging through his work and that of others. He explains why a healthy irreverence combined with the observance of protocol is the best way to change these systems from the inside.
He challenges mainstream beliefs and perspectives with his views on how time and the calendrical system removes us from the natural rhythms of the world and how we can escape the tyranny of time to see the emergence of immortal humans within our lifetimes.
“The true sovereign is the living man and the living woman of the living soil, we tend to forget that.” ~ Sacha Stone
Sacha Stone established Humanitad in 1999 as an outspoken advocate of human rights and natural justice.He has instigated peace initiatives and education programs, and has lobbied against human-rights abuses in different parts of the globe and continues to prosecute for the protection of breakthrough innovators, scientists and doctors. Sacha founded New Earth Project, a movement promulgating sustainable, sovereign and self-determining communities. He is also founder of the ITNJ International Tribunal for Natural Justice, which is committed to the dispensation of natural justice and adherence to the rule-of-law. The ITNJ recently launched the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking & Child Sex Abuse. Sacha is an activist, public speaker, publisher, writer and film-maker.
To find out more about Sacha, visit www.sachastone.com
To connect or work with Amisha, visit www.amisha.co.uk
Links from this episode:
Sasha Stone interviews Bibi Bacchus (the woman he talks about in this conversation)
Amisha’s Wild Grace Women’s Retreat
Amisha’s Presence Mentoring Programme
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