#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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#48 Unlearning colonial somatics as women of colour with Kelsey Blackwell

In this episode, we are joined by Kelsey Blackwell, who uses her wisdom within the field of somatics to support women of colour in their journeys to decolonise the entirety of their being through abolitionist practices such as Interplay and Pleasure Activism to focus on the sensations and language of the body.

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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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#45 Spiritual ecology at the heart of environmentalism

This episode discusses the importance of spiritual ecology in rebuilding our broken relationship with Nature by giving an in-depth example of the evolution of spiritual ecology within India, how the abandonment of the concept has resulted in major environmental problems and how eco-spirituality can reimagine India’s environmental movement.

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#41 Spiritual animal wisdom with Dr Linda Bender

In this episode, Agrita and Linda discuss prominent issues associated to animal rights violations but also emphasise on the need for humans to reconnect to their spiritual selves in order to begin to value their connections to every being and entity on this planet.

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(37) The Zero Waste Movement

Listen to the episode and access resources here. INTRO: Hello, deep thinkers, this is your host Agrita and welcome to Mind Full of Everything, the podcast that questions the deeper and bigger things in life, from intersectional environmentalism to self-development and everything else in between. Today’s episode discusses the feasibility of the Zero Waste concept, giving examples of its application…

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#37 The Zero Waste Movement

This episode discusses the importance of Zero Waste, the need for us to decolonise the concept to decarbonise our economies and the key ways in which we can shift to a circular economy, with real life examples of how Zero Waste is carried out successfully. 

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#30 Veganism Needs To Be Intersectional

Veganism is not here to change the world. It has always been here, perhaps as long as humans have existed. It is always been here as just one lens to equality, it’s not the only lens. – ep. 30 Veganism has sky-rocketed globally in the past few years, as a result of our collective evolution into more eco-conscious…

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