Jyoti : Sacred Economics and Catalysing Change
Center for Sacred Studies ‘Sacred Economics’ Podcasts are deep conversations into our ways of living, economic models, ancient wisdom, and our role as caretakers of the Earth. Join us in these rich dialogues, calling us to vision and update our strategies and *structures* – so that what we hold sacred becomes sacred – and infuse spiritual wisdom into our economics.
Economics and what it means to bring the sacred into the material world; sacred exchange; being a spiritual catalyst; being an instrument of the divine; spiritual awakening and spiritual emergence; entering the 5th world; co-creation; The Fountain; life originating principles; a journey to the Heart of the World; collaboration and conscious education; holistic models for the future; listening to the Earth and self-healing; being human and living in the heart; Center For Sacred Studies Ministry Program; walking as an instrument of peace; visions for the future.
Jyoti : Sacred Economics and Catalysing Change
Jyoti (Jeneane Prevatt, PhD)
Internationally renowned spiritual teacher. She has cultivated projects that demonstrate ways of life that honor the Earth and all Peoples. As the Spiritual Director of the Center for Sacred Studies, 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 has devoted her life to bringing unity to the planet through alliance building and collaborative relations. www.mothersgrace.org
Avid spiritual seeker that found empowerment through accepting that we are all creators of reality. In contemplating this concept, Matthew discovered that economics and the philosophies behind our economic choices dynamically shape our world. Combining a passion for worldly practicality with spiritual wisdom, Matthew seeks out creative solutions to the world’s most pressing issues. In his first business, he created a sustainable apparel line that combined sacred symbols with earth friendly fabrics, but soon discovered that there are more immediate problems needing attention. This led him to an intensive study of Sacred Economics and how to leverage money to create good on the planet. Matthew says “Money is a tool, and like any tool, how it is used depends on the level of awareness of the person using it.” We are proud to have him as the host of our Sacred Economics Podcast series at the Center for Sacred Studies. You can find him more regularly on his weekly Podcast series, Awakenomics Radio, and visit him at Awakenomics.wordpress.com.
References and links:
– The Fountain: www.thefountaincss.org
– How Wolves Change Rivers: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysa5OBhXz-Q
– Center for Sacred Studies Ministry Training Program
– Philanthropy4Life Initiative
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Original music by Anima – www.animamusic.co.uk
Anima are based in the highlands of Scotland, comprising of producer/ composer/ instrumentalist Ali Calderwood and vocalist/ songwriter Daniela Broder. As independent artists and a duo, Anima have co-created a distinctive style of world / new age / sacred music, blending meditative and rich soundscapes, ethereal, nurturing vocals, ancient tones, sacred sound and a variety of world instruments. Through intricately crafted productions, Anima weave luscious tapestries of sound and vibration that touch the heart and soul, moving the listener into stillness, peace and resonance.
Ali and Daniela are both committed to living as caretakers of our Mother Earth and have been guided by deep connections with the land and original peoples in ancient ways of remembrance, healing and being. They are the co-founders of the Sacred Living Earth Trust – a vision and sanctuary space dedicated to the protection and restoration of our sacred, living Earth.
Anima is a word found in various languages and cultures, and means soul, breath, air, life force and feminine spirit energy. It is this sacred energy of the Great Mother that inspires their work with sound and music, and how they live.
Anima now reside in the West Highlands of Scotland, in a remote off-grid location. Power for recording their music is provided by Nature through renewable energy sources, and food is grown on the land in harmony with the natural rhythms and cycles. Anima has evolved to encompasses a close-knit community of souls who have come together to work in service to the Great Mother, to honour the Earth and live in alignment with the original and sacred ways.
To find out more about Ali and Daniela and their work,
visit their websites below:
Events The Black Hills Unity Concert 2018
Contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org