#56 Mending the multicultural healthcare divide through cultural brokership w/ Snigdha Nandipati

Today we are joined by Snigdha Nandipati, a patient advocate, writer, and first-generation Telugu-American with a strong curiosity for the sciences and a deep appreciation for the traditions of her Hindu culture.

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TRANSCRIPT: Revitalising connections to community and Earth w/ Sanjana Sekhar

Agrita: I can already sense the amount of wisdom sharing that’s going to be happening in this episode, but before we dive into the depths of ethical storytelling and filmmaking and how it can catalyse our healing work for our interpersonal relationships and also connections to the Earth, I would love to begin the episode by asking…

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#51 REFLECT | The intimacy lens to community re-building

For the final episode of this year, Agrita brings to us a Reflection episode where she shares her awakening about, and gifted opportunities to relearn, Indigenous teachings on optimising community functionality through respecting and valuing all individuals and relationships which connect together to form the system of community.

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#50 Revitalising connections to community and Earth with Sanjana Sekhar

We are joined today by Sanjana Sekhar, a filmmaker, climate activist, & Ayurvedic wellness communicator who uses her work in ethical filmmaking to amplify character-driven stories that heal our human relationships to ourselves, each other, and our planet, with a specific interest in socioecological justice, ancestral knowledge, and systems of re-nourishment. In this heart-warming and insightful conversation, Agrita and Sanjana explore the medicine of storytelling in relation to the ancient practice catalysing our healing work, within community and Earth, to revive lost and damaged connections to who we really are in this interconnected world.

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#47 Finding self in a broken culture of community

In this Reflection episode, Agrita explores the social crisis of community fragmentation within modern and Westernised societies, with a particular focus on the cultural divide caused by the individualism-collectivism approach for cross-cultural/national studies between/within Western and non-Western cultures.

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#28 Reflection: Altruism Gone Wrong

We need to reconnect to the altruists in us, the selfless, genuinely supportive and compassionate human beings that we are so capable of being, the stewards that can protect the planet and life forms on Earth through supporting causes when needed and in moderation. We have all entered an “altruistic generation”, one that enforces the…

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