Welcome to Series 4 of Embracing Your Mortality

Every Friday morning for the next nine weeks, you can listen to a truly eclectic mix of guests, all engaged in what it means to embrace their mortality so they can help us to live more consciously for a better world.

FRIDAY 25TH MARCH: The series kicks off today with a fascinating interview with Samantha Koshare Edouardes from  peacingtogether.org, talking about how her partner is lovingly restoring John Lennon’s Sgt Pepper’s Circus Waggon, which was lost for decades. She shares the vision she and her partner have for the wagon that will soon deliver stories and messages of love and peace around the world, with children at the heart of their vision.  https://peacingtogether.org/about/

Chloe Goodchild: inspirational international singer, composer, innovatory educator, author, and founder of The Naked Voice, which she has taught to tens of thousands of people around the world. http://www.chloegoodchild.com

Megan Kelly: highly experienced family constellation facilitator, dedicated to helping people to heal ancestral wounds so they can heal themselves gettotheorigin.com·@meghanannkelly

Mark Rendell: known as the Business Gardener is passionate about helping us to connect and integrate our way of working with nature and ecology. http://www.thegrowingcompany.co.uk

Maggie La Tourelle: author of The Gift of Alzheimer’s, an extraordinary account of how she cared for her dying mother, now being produced as a radio play staring Juliet Stevenson. http://maggielatourelle.com

Claire and Chris Sandys: creators of The Silent Why, a wonderful podcast full of hope which explores 101 different experiences of loss and grief. https://www.thesilentwhy.com

Frederik Uidall: holding a fascination about the possible existence of UFOs and what their advanced technology can teach us, and how it can help us. He is also an avid academic researcher into Near Death Experiences. https://frederikuldall.dk

Karen Alexander: renowned crop circle researcher, lecturer and artist, committed to understanding the connection between crop circles and human consciousness. https://temporarytemples.co.uk/

FRIDAY 20th May
Ruth McCarthy: her mission is help us all to develop good listening skills so we can transform our thinking, encourage engagement with each other, and transform the dull into the dynamic. http://www.thinkitthrough.co.uk

And don’t forget to listen to the first three series of Embracing Your Mortality. 

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