In collaboration with The Future is Beautiful, this new series explores the integration of spirituality with grounded action through the lives and leadership of people of colour.
Join us for an online conversation between Amisha Ghadiali and Muslim spiritual ecologist Rabiah Abdullah, founder of the Rabbani Project.
Listening to each other, Listening to Earth is a response to the urgent need for climate justice and to build peace with Earth as a living sacred being. It explores the integration of spirituality with grounded action through the lives and leadership of people of colour.
Working in collaboration with Amisha Ghadiali and ‘The Future is Beautiful’ we are creating 7 podcasts exploring these themes. Our first podcast will be recorded at a live online event and will be a conversation between herbalist, ecologist and spiritual leader, Rabiah Abdullah, and Amisha Ghadiali.
Register below and we will email you the zoom link two hours before the event begins.
Rabiah is an alumnus of St Ethelburga’s spiritual ecology leadership programme. She is also a musician and has performed across the world with the group ‘Pearls of Islam’.
“The seven heavens and the earth and all that is therein, glorify Him and there is not a thing but glorifies His Praise. But you understand not their glorification. Truly, He is Ever Forbearing, Oft-Forgiving”
Amisha Ghadiali is the founder of a successful podcast series called, ‘The Future is Beautiful’. The series was created as a platform for meaningful conversations which challenge the dominant world story and embrace the complexity and interconnectedness of our times, fusing spirituality, creativity, ecology and politics. The show has followers in over 150 countries. Amisha has a unique interview style, rooted in deep listening (both inwardly and outwardly) creating a sense of intimacy and space for new thought.
“I am blown away by the quality of the conversation in every episode. Amisha’s curiosity, emotional intelligence, and skill in holding the space to have difficult, singular and meaningful conversations is astonishing.” Jessica Ferrow, UK
With thanks to Kalliopeia Foundation for supporting this event.
St Ethelburga’s is a ‘maker of peace-makers’. We inspire and equip individuals and communities to contribute, in their own particular contexts, to activating a global culture of peace.