Asking the big questions, Ishita wonders about the evolution of human consciousness- awakening, healing and embodiment. Asking what it means to live as conscious human beings in the 21st Century, in harmony with the flow of Life, she speaks on how we might begin living them to discover their answers…
What does it mean to integrate our Humanity and Divinity?
How can we make our natural states normal and ubiquitous?
How can we come together in mutuality- alive, awake, empowered?
How do we mine the intelligence of our emotions to fuel our spiritual paths?
Why and how can we return to being “sensing beings who think, rather than thinking beings who sense?”
How can we design systems that augment coherence within and between us?
Igniting connection and wonder, Ishita loves sharing the call to live aligned with what is essential, in harmony with Life! Her presence is genuine and disarming. Incisive and humorous, it re-orients the fire of desire towards our original creative impulse.
Listen to Ishita on guest podcasts
Why does our deepest purpose involve turning towards our own wounds? In this very vulnerable conversation with Guy Lawrence, I share how I “came out of my spiritual closet,” and left architecture to turn towards my own Life’s purpose- after seeing a woman through the glass window of her detention cell. And all the messiness therein and thereafter that eventually led me to clarity and a path of service…
What is presence and why does it matter? With Joel Monk and Andy Cahill on my return trip to the Wonder Dome. The three of us play in that space in an attempt to be present with each other, to let go of a particular agenda for this conversation, and laugh, share, and learn from each other.
If you missed the Free Community Call on FLOW that I reference on this episode, you can catch it here
On what it means to be present, our resistance to being present, why it matters, and returning to our innate wisdom with April McMurtry on the Between the Moon Podcast.
On Non-duality, boundaries, energy and the nervous system with Kimberly Ann Johnson, on the Sex Birth Trauma podcast.
On embracing our wholeness, awakening, and the healing power of groups, with Andy Cahill on the Wonder Dome podcast.