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E92 – Wisdom from our Elders // with Sally Kempton, Jyoti and Mac Macartney

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To find out more about Sally’s work and to listen to our episode, go here

To find out more about Jyoti’s work and to listen to our episode, go here

To find out more about Mac’s work and to listen to our episode, go here

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

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E92 – WISDOM FROM OUR ELDERS WITH SALLY KEMPTON, JYOTI AND MAC MACARTNEY 


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About this interview:


 
How do we lead and fully show up at this time?
 
Join us for this special episode with three elders who have been guests on the show – and took part in our live webinars during our season break. In this episode we ask Mac Macartney (E61) and Jyoti (E68) for their take on the pandemic and everything that it is bringing to the surface – and what our role is here. And we ask Sally Kempton (E8) how we navigate entering back into a forever changed and changing world. All three of these guests are elders with so much experience, love and wisdom to share. It’s a true honour to know them, and to learn from them and we hope that their words touch you deeply. If you wish to watch the full videos from these events, you can access them as members of presence.

Sally Kempton was our guest on episode 8. She is one of today’s most authentic spiritual teachers. She teaches devotional contemplative tantra—an approach to practice that creates a fusion of knowing and loving. Known for her ability to transmit inner experience through transformative practices and contemplation, Sally has been practicing and teaching for forty years. A disciple of the great Indian guru Swami Muktananda, she spent twenty years as a teaching swami (monk) in the Saraswati order of Indian monks. In her guru’s ashram, she received a traditional training in yoga philosophy and practice, and became a popular teacher, deeply versed in the teachings and practices of Vedanta and Kashmir Shaivism. In 2002, Sally began teaching independently. She now offers heart-to-heart transmission in meditation and life practice through her Awakened Heart Tantra workshops, teleclasses, retreats, and trainings in applied spiritual philosophy. Her workshops and teleconference courses integrate the wisdom of traditional yoga tantra with the insights of contemporary evolutionary spirituality and cutting-edge psychology. Sally is the author of Meditation for the Love of It, a groundbreaking book on meditation, and Awakening Shakti.   

Jyoti was on episode 68 and is an internationally renowned spiritual teacher. She has cultivated projects that demonstrate ways of life that honour the Earth and all Peoples.

As a Spiritual Founder of the Center for Sacred Studies (thecenterforsacredstudies.org), she co-founded Kayumari with spiritual communities both in America and Europe. Other projects she has helped to convene are the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers and the Unity Concert.She is also the founder for The Fountain (https://thefountain.earth) It’s mission is to restore an economic model that is based on reciprocity and collaboration guided by Nature and the Sacred. She has devoted her life to bringing unity to the planet by facilitating the development of alliances between individuals who are the guardians of indigenous culture and traditional medicine ways. Through this work collaborative relationships with organizations that are focused on economic, social and environmental solutions have developed, creatively addressing the global challenges of our times.  

Mac Macartney was on episode 61, he is an international speaker, writer and change-maker. Mentored by indigenous people over many years, he has acquired profound and original insights into questions preoccupying many contemporary leaders. Mac seeks to inspire the emergence of the leader in each of us, the leader who will take courageous action for a better world. Championing A New Story of Sustainability lies at the heart of this.

Mac’s purpose is to touch hearts, fire imagination and invite courageous action to better serve our world. All his work is aligned to this mission. Mac writes about his search for meaning and purpose in a culture that is captivated by values and beliefs that assault the Earth’s life-systems and collapse society in upon itself. As an inspirational speaker, Mac intertwines themes rarely associated with each other – the quest for meaning and purpose, organisational leadership, nature, identity and the role of ordinary people in shaping a future fit for generations to come.  


To find out more about Sally’s work and to listen to our episode, go here

To find out more about Jyoti’s work and to listen to our episode, go here

To find out more about Mac’s work and to listen to our episode, go here

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

To support The Future Is Beautiful, join as a patron or a member of presence. You can find out more about this, here

“Let us step into our unity, into our truth of being. Let us focus on that which is calling us, and stand firm in the action that it asks from us. It’s an exciting time, not an easy time. It’s a time of brilliance, it’s a time of endings and beginnings and it’s our time, what are we going to do with it?” Jyoti


E92 – WISDOM FROM OUR ELDERS WITH SALLY KEMPTON, JYOTI AND MAC MACARTNEY 


Listen to the conversation:

 

If you love the show, you can subscribe through iTunesstitcher or spotify and listen offline on your favourite device (podcasts are great for long drives and commuting!)


About this interview:


 
How do we lead and fully show up at this time?
 
Join us for this special episode with three elders who have been guests on the show – and took part in our live webinars during our season break. In this episode we ask Mac Macartney (E61) and Jyoti (E68) for their take on the pandemic and everything that it is bringing to the surface – and what our role is here. And we ask Sally Kempton (E8) how we navigate entering back into a forever changed and changing world. All three of these guests are elders with so much experience, love and wisdom to share. It’s a true honour to know them, and to learn from them and we hope that their words touch you deeply. If you wish to watch the full videos from these events, you can access them as members of presence.

Sally Kempton was our guest on episode 8. She is one of today’s most authentic spiritual teachers. She teaches devotional contemplative tantra—an approach to practice that creates a fusion of knowing and loving. Known for her ability to transmit inner experience through transformative practices and contemplation, Sally has been practicing and teaching for forty years. A disciple of the great Indian guru Swami Muktananda, she spent twenty years as a teaching swami (monk) in the Saraswati order of Indian monks. In her guru’s ashram, she received a traditional training in yoga philosophy and practice, and became a popular teacher, deeply versed in the teachings and practices of Vedanta and Kashmir Shaivism. In 2002, Sally began teaching independently. She now offers heart-to-heart transmission in meditation and life practice through her Awakened Heart Tantra workshops, teleclasses, retreats, and trainings in applied spiritual philosophy. Her workshops and teleconference courses integrate the wisdom of traditional yoga tantra with the insights of contemporary evolutionary spirituality and cutting-edge psychology. Sally is the author of Meditation for the Love of It, a groundbreaking book on meditation, and Awakening Shakti.   

Jyoti was on episode 68 and is an internationally renowned spiritual teacher. She has cultivated projects that demonstrate ways of life that honour the Earth and all Peoples.

As a Spiritual Founder of the Center for Sacred Studies (thecenterforsacredstudies.org), she co-founded Kayumari with spiritual communities both in America and Europe. Other projects she has helped to convene are the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers and the Unity Concert.She is also the founder for The Fountain (https://thefountain.earth) It’s mission is to restore an economic model that is based on reciprocity and collaboration guided by Nature and the Sacred. She has devoted her life to bringing unity to the planet by facilitating the development of alliances between individuals who are the guardians of indigenous culture and traditional medicine ways. Through this work collaborative relationships with organizations that are focused on economic, social and environmental solutions have developed, creatively addressing the global challenges of our times.  

Mac Macartney was on episode 61, he is an international speaker, writer and change-maker. Mentored by indigenous people over many years, he has acquired profound and original insights into questions preoccupying many contemporary leaders. Mac seeks to inspire the emergence of the leader in each of us, the leader who will take courageous action for a better world. Championing A New Story of Sustainability lies at the heart of this.

Mac’s purpose is to touch hearts, fire imagination and invite courageous action to better serve our world. All his work is aligned to this mission. Mac writes about his search for meaning and purpose in a culture that is captivated by values and beliefs that assault the Earth’s life-systems and collapse society in upon itself. As an inspirational speaker, Mac intertwines themes rarely associated with each other – the quest for meaning and purpose, organisational leadership, nature, identity and the role of ordinary people in shaping a future fit for generations to come.  


To find out more about Sally’s work and to listen to our episode, go here

To find out more about Jyoti’s work and to listen to our episode, go here

To find out more about Mac’s work and to listen to our episode, go here

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

To support The Future Is Beautiful, join as a patron or a member of presence. You can find out more about this, here

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