all that we are with amisha ghadiali (fka the future is beautiful)
all that we are with amisha ghadiali (fka the future is beautiful)
Amisha Ghadiali
Welcome to 'all that we are' (formally the future is beautiful) with amisha ghadiali. On this show we explore the weave between activism, the sacred, creativity and regeneration. The spaces where our inner and outer worlds dance. From healing trauma to nature connection to new technologies to ancient wisdom - it’s time for us to move beyond silos and into an integrated way of being. Every one of us has ideas and personal experiences to share that can lead us to a more beautiful future. Despite the challenges we face as a global community or the pressures we meet in our daily lives, when we stop and dare to listen, to ask ourselves the big questions and to share what we are already doing and envisioning, we create the futures of our wildest dreams. And we begin to embody all that we are, all that we are becoming and all that is possible. Discover more about our collective and podcast at
Paul Powlesland on Nature Rights, Nature Guardianship and System Change - E202
How do we align the law and ourselves with nature to enrich life? In this episode entitled Future Source Code Amisha talks with Paul Powlesland, a barrister and lawyer for nature who acts to protect trees and rivers in the courts and speaks for the Rights of Nature. He is a founder of Lawyers for Nature, which aims to transform the relationship between law, lawyers and nature, introducing nature’s voice into our legal and economic systems. Paul lives on a boat on the River Roding in East London, and set up the River Roding Trust, through which he carries out hands-on restoration, guardianship and protection of the river. We explore :: Nature guardianship, activism and the challenges of caring for our land and rivers :: Future Source Code for ‘Nature Rights’ reflecting a relationship of protection and care between humans and nature in our legal systems :: an ecosystem of interventions that changes the relationship between humans and nature across our legal, social, economic and religious spiritual systems :: Ecocide Links from this episode and more at For early access to Reclaim Your Intuition     
Jan 24
1 hr 17 min
Patrisse Cullors on Abolition, Art Activism and Courageous Resourcing - E201
How do we envision and shape a world without oppressive systems? In this episode entitled Cultures Of Care Amisha talks with Patrisse Cullors, an Artist and Abolitionist born and raised in Los Angeles. Cullors has been on the frontline of abolitionist organising for 22 years. She has advanced a term called abolitionist aesthetics. Her latest work is examining an art practice that leads through west African spirituality as well as pushing the culture to adopt abolitionist beliefs in order to build our imagination towards a world we all deserve.  We explore: :: abolition, a practice that helps us envision a world without oppressive systems and practices, such as policing and imprisonment :: Art and imagination as tools to shaping a new world and tapping into our spiritual and creative potential :: resourcing ourselves through therapy, community, and self-care as essential for sustaining activism and navigating challenging times :: Patrisse latest artwork embracing Yoruba IFA traditions respecting Earth and each other as a path towards healing & transformation :: the balance between accessibility and appreciation in the digital age and the power of collective experience Links from this episode and more at For early access to Reclaim Your Intuition -    
Jan 17
1 hr 9 min
Celebrating All That We Are - E200
How have we and the world changed in these past seven years? In this epsiode entitle In Reverence Of A Beautiful Future, we are celebrating 200 episodes of ‘all that we are’; our podcast that is an epic gathering of more than 200 voices of change and insight from all over the globe; powerful reminders of all that we are and can be in this future we all hold in our hearts. Amisha, our podcast host, talks with Floss Barnett-Howland taking us into the deeper layers of Amisha’s journey over the past 7yrs of creating this podcast and her other offerings that have come alive. Together they hold a ritual honouring this milestone. We explore :: Amisha’s journey bringing alive this podcast  :: reflections on this 7yr cycle, cycles of life and creation :: Amisha’s new offering ‘Reclaim Your Intuition’ :: the importance of pause, ritual and ceremony Links from this episode and more at    
Dec 13, 2023
1 hr 16 min
Dr Dianne Regisford on Artivism, Belonging and Social Sculpture - E199
How do we co-create humanity? In this episode entitled Ubuntu Amisha talks with Dr Dianne Regisford, a dynamic Social Sculpture practitioner, Dianne is invested in regenerative ARTivism for belonging, racial equity and cultural transformation through a social justice lens. Dianne is the founder, visionary and creator of the Evoking Belonging Social Sculpture practices. She designs and stewards inclusive, participatory approaches to belonging through equitable enquiry into power and privilege, racial justice and cultural transformation. This is an innovative approach to  socio-cultural co-imagining for a regenerative, equitable, humane and just society. We explore :: what it means to belong & belonging as a co-creative cultural practice :: embodiment practices as storytelling tools & tools for evolution :: how to connect to our innate soul and indigenous knowledge :: uncertainty & unison :: Artivism & the evolution of activism into pleasure and joy motivated action :: the cultural phenomena of Ubuntu & unison Links from this episode and more at
Dec 6, 2023
1 hr 35 min
Ruby and Christabel Reed on Transformative Education, Spirituality and Ecosystem Restoration - E198
How can we learn and unlearn to bring forth cultural, personal and planetary transformation? In this episode entitled Interconnected  Learning Amisha talks with Ruby and Christabel Reed, co-founding directors of the holistic wellbeing and transformative education platform Advaya, and of the Initiative Earth Charity, which runs the online nature skills platform Earthed and narrative campaign EcoResolution. Over the last ten years they have been building networks and bringing tens of thousands of people together in joyful spaces that reframe how we see the world around us, and our role within it, so that we recognise our ecological relationality, fall more in love with life, and actively participate in its ecological and spiritual regeneration. We explore :: the creation, growth and intentions of educational platforms Advaya and Earthed  :: holistic educational systems considering ecology, consciousness and the body as antidotes to dominant forms of education :: deep learning in community :: their personal journeys into educational activism :: cancel culture & the challenges of social media and influencer posturing :: creating long term embodiment practices Links from this episode and more at
Nov 29, 2023
1 hr 17 min
Ebyän Zanini on Matriarchal Leadership, Collective Liberation and Sacred Activism - E197
How can we flourish new forms of activism and leadership to create collective liberation? In this episode entitled The Activism of Art Amisha Talks with Ebyän Zanini, a writer, visual storyteller, and poetess of Somali-Italian descent. She is the founder of ‘Mother Tongue’ and teaches at the intersection of decolonisation, eco-sensuality, and feminine mysticism. Ebyän’s offerings are deeply inspired by the animist spirituality of her Nubian ancestral heritage weaving us closer to the enchantment that is available in all Life.   We explore  :: antidotes to oppressive systems  :: ‘medicines’ of collective liberation :: redefining activism into forms of daily practice and art as activism :: harnessing guilt and shame as powerful emotions to guide us through transitions and birthing new worlds :: collective expansion of resilience :: non-binary consciousness :: how to be a sacred activist at a time of genocide  Links from this episode and more at  
Nov 22, 2023
1 hr 28 min
Dorcas Cheng-Tozun on Authentic Activism, BurnOut and Social Justice - E196
How can we bring alive sustainable forms of activism that honour authenticity and humanity in each and everyone of us? In this episode entitled The Path Forward Amisha talks with Dorcas Cheng-Tozun, an award-winning writer, editor, speaker, and communications consultant. She is the author of three books, including the recent ‘Social Justice for the Sensitive Soul: How to Change the World in Quiet Ways’. Dorcas has nearly twenty years of experience as a nonprofit and social enterprise professional. She served as the first director of communications for d.light, one of the world's leading social enterprises, and has provided communications consulting for social-benefit companies around the world. We learn about  :: diverse, authentic and sustainable forms of activism :: activism strategies for highly sensitive people  :: how we can appeal to people in power to forge change :: examples of innovative creative peacemaking strategies, such as FARC in Columbia :: tools and methodologies of overcoming division and stand in integrity :: intentional relationship practices :: tools for processing and avoiding burn out and anxiety :: forming unexpected friendships that might change our lives :: the impacts of social entrepreneurship Links from this episode and more at    
Nov 15, 2023
1 hr 22 min
Alana Hyde Bloom on Growing Food, Animism and Cyclical Living - E195
How do we cultivate our relationship with nature? In this episode entitled Wisdom Cycles Amisha talks with Alana Bloom, a facilitator, artist and activist stewarding eco-centric and animist ways of being that bring us back into connection with the wider living world, each other and our deepest and truest nature. Alana guides transformational experiences working with hundreds of people and a variety of organisations on the frontiers of personal and planetary healing.  We learn about :: how to rediscover and orientate our relationship with nature :: learning and living attuned with the cycles and rhythms of nature :: the power of growing our own food :: how to create a culture of coming together :: grieving as an expression of the depth of our love :: healing sister wounds :: cultivating nourishing and successful collaborative working relationships with our kin Links from this episode and more at all that we are For Amisha's book INTUITION Be part of AllThatWeAre community
Nov 8, 2023
1 hr 9 min
Daze Aghaji on Climate Activism, Grief and Future Democracies - E194
How do we build future cultures rooted in care and regeneration? In this episode entitled Vacuums Of Collapse Amisha talks with Daze Aghaji, a climate justice activist whose advocacy for radical systemic change centres on youth political engagement, regenerative cultures, social justice, and intersectionality. The Guardian has described her as a ‘ball of energy, conviction and warmth’. Her bold activism has led her to working with an array of leading NGOs, governments, institutions and grassroots change-makers globally. We learn about  :: her personal experiences of activism and empowering change in communities :: climate grief and eco anxiety :: nature as a place of safety & how to build connection with nature in cities  :: how to cultivate agency to change our world :: connecting with beauty amidst the collapse of society as a way to propel us forward :: to create useful tools for activism, care and regeneration :: how AI may help us towards a regenerative future :: how to create and enact policy making :: how we can support the younger generations on their mission to shape the future Links from this episode and more at For Amisha's book INTUITION - Be part of AllThatWeAre community by using this link, To work with Amisha one on one, visit
Nov 1, 2023
1 hr 32 min
States Of Awe // The Power of Creativity with Chris Bullzini, Kay Michael, Gaia Harvey Jackson and Dannii Evans - E193
How can we cultivate creativity to imagine a society that serves all of us? In this special episode entitled States Of Awe, we gather with Chris Bullzini, Kay Michael, Gaia Harvey Jackson and Dannii Evans to explore the power of creativity. This conversation is an invitation for all of us to connect and grow our creativity in whichever ways accessible to us, wherever we find ourselves. It is a call for us to create space for play, for embodiment and feeling a sense of awe so we can reimagine and recreate our societies into works of art that serve us all. We learn about :: their different creative practices and personal journey’s as creatives reconnecting and blooming their imagination and creativity  :: what creativity looks like in these times and the impacts of creative monocultures  :: about presence and the state of awe  :: the relationship between creativity and the divine :: about the power of collaboration :: about how to create safe spaces where we can freely express ourselves and grow our creativity from an authentic place   Links from this episode and more at For Amisha's book INTUITION - Be part of AllThatWeAre community by using this link, To work with Amisha one on one, visit  
Oct 25, 2023
1 hr 21 min
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