Tell me the facts and I’ll learn. Tell me the truth and I’ll believe. But tell me a story and it will live in heart forever.Native American Proverb
Hi listener, I am Agrita Dandriyal and thanks for joining me on the Mind Full of Everything podcast, which calls for revolutionary healing of self and community in order to outgrow our broken culture of radical individualism and disconnection from community, to collectively re-envision a safer, healthier and equitable world.
Back in 2019, I made the decision to unravel my ever expanding mind, full of entangled questions, thoughts and knowledge, through the creation of this podcast. I hoped that I will not only resolve the “information crisis” I was experiencing as a rapidly-evolving 19 year old, but also create a space for reflectance over issues prevalent globally and internally, a safe space where we all can celebrate the wonders of living and open up about our deepest thoughts, without any barriers or filters.
Whilst I specialise in environmentalism, having graduated in Environmental Science, I soon realised that for a safe, just and healthy world, we need to go beyond the conventional environmental lens to sustaining our complex social structures, in order to rebuild a culture of relationality, inclusivity and equity into Western/urban places. This is why Mind Full of Everything takes a healing-centric approach to explore the ways in which we can tend to the wounds, disconnections and ruptures in humanity and our world as we experience revolutionary changes within cultures, places, minds, bodies and being.
Join me on this journey of healing, unlearning, reconnecting and rebuilding, as each month we explore an area of ourselves and our spaces to help us reimagine a more equitable world, through the most powerful tool of revolutionary change: storytelling.
“When we re-harness the power of storytelling, we not only reconnect to our ancestral heritage, and the wisdom held within, but also rediscover our pre-colonial standpoints in the world as stewards of Earth and all of their inhabitants”
— Agrita Dandriyal