“We must be courageous enough to hold vision, and to understand that the timelines that we live amongst are bigger than we know.” Amisha Ghadiali



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“We must be courageous enough to hold vision, and to understand that the timelines that we live amongst are bigger than we know.”

In this episode Amisha Ghadiali, our inspiring host, shares a stream of consciousness exploring the practice of deep listening, intuitive leadership and holding vision whilst embracing the complexities of our time in cultural systems of oppression.

Amisha reflects on her journey of bringing alive visions often met with resistance revealing personal challenges of honouring her visionary and creative self. She shares insights into ways of cultivating self-trust and intuition whilst challenging the difficult aspects of unpacking our systemic conditioning that undermines our inner guidance.

She gives a rare glimpse into her practice as an Intuitive Therapist and the ‘Beautiful Leadership Immersion’, where spiritual leaders share unique approaches and insights on how we can nurture ourselves to become the leaders of our own lives. Amisha’s offerings are communities for learning deep listening, embodiment and intuitive practices that help us release self-limiting patterns and that activate transformation, so that we may freely forge new pathways for potentiality, creativity and pleasure in our lives.

We learn that Amisha’s book ‘Intuition’ is a guide for sensing and exploring the deeper qualities within our being that reveal the wisdom of who we are and enable us to let parts of ourselves fall into their rightful places. Connecting with our intuition is a powerful pursuit of redefining ourselves, that nurtures seeds of possibility into the visionary gardens of the new world we are craving for.

“We need to nurture the seeds that live inside of us and bring about this possibility. We need to do it without clinging on to what the outcome will be.” ~Amisha Ghadiali



Amisha Ghadiali is an award-winning social entrepreneur, intuitive therapist, author and facilitator. Her work is centred around sacred activism as she inspires international audiences to become effective agents of change and contribute to the collective wellbeing of the world.

Amisha is the host of the globally acclaimed podcast All That We Are (fka The Future Is Beautiful), which explores the relationship between politics, spirituality, sustainability, and creativity. The show offers deep and insightful conversations with fascinating and diverse guests challenging the dominant world story and sharing ideas for co-creating a beautiful future. Guests have included Sonya Renee Taylor (E112), Charles Eisenstein (E1), Polly Higgins (E42), Satish Kumar (E7), Sally Kempton (E8), and Bruce Parry (E5) to name a few.

Her latest book, ‘Intuition: Access your inner wisdom. Trust your instincts. Find your Path’ published by DK Books & now available, takes readers through nine principles of intuition and over 50 practices to unlock wellness and fulfilment in any and every area of your life including health, family, relationships, work, creativity and more.

Amisha also edited the collaborative book ‘The Future Is Beautiful – A Collection from Think Act Vote’ coining the term “creative activism” and bringing together ideas and artwork from over two hundred contributors to inspire a brighter future. Amisha has an extensive background leading meditation, breathwork, yoga and energy healing. An experienced facilitator, she hosts a variety of retreats, workshops and online programs sharing tools for balance on a physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual level. She currently runs the Beautiful Leadership Immersion, an embodied learning and unlearning adventure for inner transformation and systemic change, and works one-on-one with clients in her Leadership Mentoring program. Most recently she held Style and Presence, a global womxn’s summit and reclamation of worth featuring 26 empowering speaker sessions with progressive voices and thought leaders.

Amisha started her own ethical jewellery label in 2006 with the tagline “elegance.rebellion” which received several awards and accolades. She brings this creative vision with social justice and the healing arts to everything she does. Through her work in the sustainable fashion space, she played key roles in visionary projects and social enterprises including: Ethical Fashion Forum, Impact Hub, Provenance, Fashion Revolution and Compass.

She has been featured in publications including The Huffington Post, VICE, The Guardian, Harper’s Bazaar, VOGUE, Rebelle Society, Grazia, and Ecouterre, and has spoken at events and festivals around the world such as TEDx Oxbridge, Bali Spirit Festival, Sunday Papers Live, UnBox, and Burning Man. A selection of her meditations, myths, poems and mantras are available on Insight Timer.


To connect or work with Amisha, visit amisha.co.uk

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