In this episode, we explore the concept of sustainability beyond the triple bottom line. We discuss the importance of rethinking our business models and moving towards a regenerative paradigm. We also showcase some examples of businesses leading the way in sustainable innovation. Our guest Tariq Al-Olaimy is a Co-founder of a global ecosystem of social and planetary systems enterprises, including 3BL Associates, Diversity on Board, Recipes for Wellbeing, and Public-Planet Partnerships. He is among the first 100 certified biomimicry specialists in the world with a diverse educational background in degrowth, post-growth economics, exponential innovation, investment & financial risk management, and spiritual ecology.
Without us knowing exactly how, the transition towards a planetary civilization within our lifetime is not only necessary, it’s possible.
Welcome to a series of mapping, discovering and cross pollinating the various building blocks that catalyze radical systemic change.
In our hearts we all share the precise knowledge that a life divine on this planet is our joint destiny.
As the dominant species on this planet we are called to become stewards for the many generations after us.
Louise helps leaders make sense of the emergent future and effect change to become more resilient. In this episode, we will look into the ways to make systemic change happen in a business setting. Is it more in the realm of adoption and mainstreaming of less bad (like saving energy, and carbon) behaviour in business? Or is it rather in radically rethinking business models at the core?
Stephen Reid is a teacher, technologist, and coach devoted to the flourishing of Life on Earth who has trained in the fields of complexity science, physics, software development, transformational coaching, meditation, and plant medicine. In this podcast, we dive deep into Web3 and Blockchain technology, exploring what meaningful endeavors we see on the horizon that can unlock systemic change.
Nicolas often coins himself as a man with a botanical heart and mechanical mind. Looking at the world from a multidimensional perspective from a very early age has led him to solve big problems from the grassroots level. Taking a microscopic look at the economical crisis we are facing and implementing a myriad of disciplines, from biology to investing, sociology, and anthropology to work in ecosystem restoration.
Juan Saldana III is the founder/director of P3 Markets, a deeply conscious commercial real estate development company that applies restorative methodologies to develop valuable and scalable mixed-use assets. In this episode we talk about how to reshape the real estate market into a sustainable real estate ecosystem and what would the leverage be that made us create a future where all stakeholders benefit?
Thomas is an ambitious entrepreneur driven by applying science and technology’s power to make the planet a good place. In this episode, we talk about the initiatives, and projects towards that objective as well as the contribution towards making the planet a good place for everyone. His ability to see the bigger picture led to a series of synergized projects that all together are called the flywheel.
Michael Stern is a coach, facilitator, and co-founder of the Emerging Leaders Project, his mission is to support and empower current and future leaders to help humanity navigate the Great Transition and co-create a more beautiful world through synthesizing ancient wisdom, collective healing, and social innovation. In this episode, we will be talking about the current market for leadership, collective intelligence, and wisdom to shape the future of leadership.
Kosha Anja Joubert serves as CEO of the Pocket Project, dedicated to restoring a fragmented world by addressing and healing personal, ancestral, and collective trauma. She holds an MSc in Organisational Development, is an experienced facilitator, coach, and consultant, and has worked extensively in the fields of systems regeneration, intercultural collaboration, and trauma-informed leadership. In this episode, we will explore how her early years shaped her interest in collective trauma healing and how it resulted in where she is right now. We will go through the nature of the collective trauma, how to recognize it, how to heal it and the people and organizations helping this process.
“Incarnation is non-accidental and non-arbitrary.” In this podcast we dive deep into the weeds of spirituality: Why does she focus on soul work and discerns it from those proclaiming that ascension is the answer? We need to embody spirituality as a vessel for spirit in action. We take a critical view of the psychedelic renaissance. Another important topic of discussion will be what can we do to prevent spiritual bypassing, spiritual materialism, and spiritual narcissism?
Tobias Erny experienced in 2006 the curative power of Iboga. He began to delve deeply into research and work with the sacred wood. Besides helping others to decode its ancient wisdom, he wrote the German-language standard reference book on Iboga, organizes conferences and events evolving around Iboga, and is active as a networker, facilitator, consultant, and speaker for the Global Iboga Therapy Alliance. His mission is to promote and foster spiritual awareness and make Iboga accepted on a broader scale. Besides his activities in Europe & Mexico, he supports a Gabonese NGO which helps to preserve the cultural heritage of Bwiti and the sustainable farming of Iboga. Currently, he coordinates the Iboga program of the Beckley Foundation in Oxford.
Stephan Rechtschaffen, MD, author of Timeshifting, is cofounder of the Omega Institute and creator and director, and visionary of Blue Spirit Costa Rica in Nosara. He has been teaching Manifest Your Vision for more than 20 years and regularly consults with centers, organizations, and businesses in this emerging field. For decades, he has been involved in developing communities that model sustainable and spiritual dimensions of living a more wholesome and authentic lifestyle.
How do we bring the needed resources to regenerative projects and communities so humanity can thrive with the natural world and what services or products is he supporting to raise our consciousness? How to sketch some of the scalable solutions to begin to thrive with all of nature and this planet. No industry is perfect and for the first time in our podcast series we will discuss the hindrances and obstacles from the regenerative paradigm. Maybe we need less scientism?
Our guest has been investing for over three decades now. The market is constantly changing, but we are living in a more drastic transitional era. We will find out what’s her response to that and how her approach has changed over the years. We explore Integral Investing and what makes this framework so meaningful, as the Theta Model implements the Parity between People, Planet, Prosperity – with Purpose and Passion.
The field of investing has changed drastically from 20 years ago. Now we have much more variety of companies with better marketing strategies that attract especially inexperienced investors. So, how can we avoid investing in companies that use various tools for greenwashing? How can we be more conscious when it comes to investing?
The market for spirituality is exploding. With massive second order effects kicking in like poor transparency, phony gurus, idolizing and sugarcoating spiritual bypassing. How can we ensure that we don’t use these ancient old techniques to build narcissistic super egos? What role does complementary shadow work play? Why is it important to discern states and stages of consciousness? How can we prevent spiritual bypassing and spiritual materialism?
Unbeknownst to many currencies have an underlying design. Where this was since the dawning of humanity, an undertaking of the privileged view today with the advent of blockchain technology we see a plethora of initiatives sprouting. For this reason Ferenanda Ibarra and me link currency design to collective intelligence and other vital social factors that help shape the future of the different value exchange methods. As she quotes from one of her very first exposures to the topic: “Neither of you are going to go anywhere if we don’t fundamentally change one thing – the structure of money”.
“Protecting the rainforest and protecting the indigenous are one and the same.”
In this crucial junction of history, bridging indigenous wisdom as well as balancing the masculine and feminine is all the more important.
In the dialogue today with Alexandra Schwarz-Schilling, Founder of Coaching Spirale in Berlin and Founder of Living Gaia, a holistic healing biotope in Alto Paraiso, Brazil. The joint endeavour we are exploring is building a holistic retreat centre in Brazil and preserving the indigenous lands of the Huni Kuin.
Mindfulness seems to be everywhere these days. But it’s not often that I see mindfulness connected to politics. Which is exactly what Jamie is doing for many years.
Especially in times of the many divides and the multi-crises we find ourselves in, bridging wisdom traditions and weaving unlikely alliances is more important than ever. “Most large-scale climate action to date has focused upon practical solutions to physical problems. Increasingly however, voices in the sustainability field warn that neglect of inner factors driving the climate crisis leaves theories of change wanting; in part explaining the failure of current policies to deliver adequate response.”
Julian Guderley did more than 300 podcasts with artists, industry leaders and philanthropreneurs in the planet’s regenerative movement on his podcast, GreenPlanet BluePlanet. In today’s episode we are exploring: The underlying assumptions and Theory of Change. From social impact over spirituality and culture what’s the undercurrent that glues all these topics together? What of all that you learned are the most important building blocks towards manifesting a planetary civilization?
Enjoy a critical yet appreciate ride through psychedelic assisted psychotherapy:
Why medicine is not the answer! More medicine is not the answer! There’s a lot of different medicines out there. Choose wisely!
The medicine is but a catalyst. You need to do the work. Be aware – set, setting, dose make a huge difference.
It’s all about the integration in your everyday life. How can we ensure peak experiences not leading to hyper narcissistic inflated egos?
The title seems almost a contradiction as we see the housing and affordability crisis mainly driven by extractive real estate business models in many metropolitan areas around the globe.
But this is not carved in stone. We can truly sense into the soul of a property and feel into what that space within its given surrounding really wants to serve for. And create the circumstances that enable a broad variety of stakeholders to cocreate a place full of abundance including the arts and take sustainability really to the next level.
How can we facilitate the many chrysalis cells for the emerging, regenerative paradigm that are so far often not connected, when already aligning groups is quite challenging? We truly need groups of groups that share a common North Star, all while they still pursue their own goals, obviously. This is an undertaking that has never been done before on a global scale. But we know leaps in history are possible, from the abolition of slavery, the women’s liberations movement, the end of Apartheid, the fall of the Berlin wall.
What could be a new way to imagine politics?
In this episode we are diving deep into the weeds of Citizen Action Networks (CAN). We reflect how much of the inner worlds we all inhabit, from the trauma we hold, to the memetic center of gravities that steer our perception of reality, to the culture we need to nourish, for a “Politics of Waking Up”.
We live in times where it is obvious that the current economic paradigm cannot uphold much longer. In this week’s session we are going to focus on very hands-on examples that redefine impact investing, to ensure that the human factor and wellbeing is counted in, as well as sense into intergenerational investment and new ways to create impact through multi-stakeholder relationships, breaking up the barrier between classical philanthropy and impact investing.
We are living in a world where meditation has become a commodity and the spiritual market is booming. There is meditation for burn-out prevention, to alleviate stress, to make managers more successful, for better sleeping. It is sold as a panacea for roundabout everything. And exactly that we are going to debunk in this week’s episode.
In the first edition of „catalyzing radical systemic change“ we are looking into the very foundations that make up our everyday reality as citizens and share hands-on examples to build a regenerative future together.