We all want to feel good about ourselves and the lives we lead and we are all seeking better ways to be happy. But have we been looking in the right places? Have we found what really makes us feel better? Can all of us enjoy a good life without harming the natural world? In this illuminating talk, three happiness heroes share their fascinating secrets.
Guest speakers include Dr Jude Currivan, Amisha Ghadiali, Melissa Smith and Betsy Reed.
Dr Jude Currivan
Jude is a cosmologist, planetary healer, futurist and author. Previously one of the most senior business women in the UK, she has a Master’s degree in Physics from Oxford University specializing in quantum physics and cosmology, and a Doctorate in Archaeology from the University of Reading researching ancient cosmologies. She has travelled to nearly 80 countries, worked with wisdom keepers from many traditions, and been a life-long researcher into the scientific and experiential understanding of the nature of reality. The author of 6 books, most recently the award-winning The Cosmic Hologram. www.judecurrivan.com
Dav is scientist, transpersonal psychologist and researcher in consciousness studies. He is visionary, disrupter and the pioneer in right-mindfulness and contemplative based health and human development. He is founder of Gurmat psycho-spiritual therapy (consciousness- based approach to health). His holistic approach to health brings together right-mindfulness, Gurmat, chi kung, Tai Chi, Ayurveda, yoga and other authentic interventions that has enable over 15,000 to regain their health from the-flame centre, Coventry. www.davpanesar.com
Melissa's journey since 2014 is the result of advice from her sister following her diagnosis of a rare spinal condition and ME. “Focus on what you can do” has led Melissa to explore many different opportunities in her quest to Feel Good - Creative, visual doodler, activist, social entrepreneur, community organiser, community builder, product designer. What can you focus on to help you to Feel Good? feelgoodcom.org
Betsy Reed is a sustainability strategist, campaigner and yoga teacher. Whether she's working with governments, corporates or communities to find creative solutions to transform the fashion, food or energy systems or teaching yoga, she's always working to help others create a sustainable future. She's currently writing a handbook on communicating sustainability issues effectively. www.big-sky.org and www.betsyreedyoga.com
Presented by CHANGE Festival
Time and Date: 7pm, Sunday 20th October