“Intuition is being able to make better decisions for ourselves. it is empowering and it creates confidence. It allows us to connect more to who we are and what it is that our soul is here for.” Amisha Ghadiali

E214 – Reclaim Your Intuition

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How do we reclaim our intuition and make better decisions for ourselves and the collective?

“Intuition is being able to make better decisions for ourselves. it is empowering and it creates confidence. It allows us to connect more to who we are and what it is that our soul is here for. ” Amisha Ghadiali

In this special episode Jasmine Louella Paprika talks with Amisha Ghadiali, our podcast host. Amisha reveals her journey of creating this podcast, her book “Intuition” and her new offering ‘Reclaim Your Intuition’, a live online journey that emerged from it. This journey brings us into a powerful relationship with our intuition through an immersion of weekly calls, games, rituals and more.

They explore

:: podcasting off the mainstream

:: Reclaim Your intuition course

:: Experiential and somatic learning

:: Networks of belonging

:: Astral journeys

:: Interbeingness

Jasmine Louella Paprika (she/her) lives amongst the wildflowers and birdsong, in South Devon, learning what it means to be deeply connected to the ecology of this locality. After 18 years in New Zealand Jasmine is spending this season of her life reacquainting herself with the mystical, mycelial and magical land of Albion (Britain) and how the stories of this place made her bones and blood. She is on a slow apprenticeship of be-coming into birth work and can currently be found exploring the depth of the womb world. Jasmine used to host a podcast called ‘The Micro-Wave’ which hosted playfully authentic and vulnerable chats on identity and belonging.

Amisha Ghadiali is a facilitator and host of the globally acclaimed podcast all that we are (fka The Future Is Beautiful). She is interested in where our inner and outer worlds dance. Amisha is an experienced facilitator and has a gift of bringing people into connection with themselves, each other and the earth. She creates brave, tender and inclusive spaces and 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.

Amisha Ghadiali hosts the ‘all that we are’ community membership for creative, connected and courageous living. It’s a space of care and practice offering guidance and wisdom for embodied sacred activism, diving deeper into the themes explored in the podcast. Its focus is on what it means to be a human at this time, a “university” fit for the 2020s, which covers many of the core skills we need that are not taught in our education and cultural systems.

She also works one -to-one with her Leadership Mentoring programme, which supports the transforming of unconscious patterning, opening up new qualities within and anchoring daily practice and rituals which support a lifestyle that recognises the sacred, the importance of intuition and creates deeper connection and embodiment of what this time calls forth in us. This is accompanied by The Beautiful Leadership Immersion covering themes, such as decolonisation, vision and edge-walking.

Her own training has included yoga teacher training, meditation teacher training, energy medicine, priestess initiation and deep time learning with mystics, teachers, swamis and nature. This deep commitment to understanding truth combined with over 15 years of experience working in Politics, Design, Tech and Sustainable Fashion gives Amisha a strong base of Community Weaving, Sacred Activism and Innovation.

She had key roles in visionary projects and social enterprises including: Ethical Fashion Forum, Impact Hub, Provenance, Fashion Revolution and Compass. She created the collaborative book, The Future Is Beautiful – A Collection from Think Act Vote. Upon leaving university, she set up her own ethical jewellery label, with the tagline “elegance rebellion” which received several awards and accolades. Amisha brings this creative vision with social justice and the healing arts to everything she does.

Amisha’s words have appeared in publications including The Huffington Post, Rebelle Society & Ecouterre and she has spoken at events and festivals around the world such as TEDx Oxbridge, Bali Spirit Festival, Sunday Papers Live and UnBox. Amisha wrote a book called “INTUITION” during the global lockdown of 2020 which was published by DK Books.

To connect or work with Jasmine, visit Jasmine’s Substack

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

artwork video: Le Fawnhawk . artwork portrait: Luna Perez

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