Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Unified Threads


Synopsis: 

It all starts with perception.

What if our perception of the world, and its many inhabitants, expanded?
Every Being has a different vantage point.
When we truly know a soul, we find solace.
Asking questions with an open mind and heart is how we learn how to relate to one another.
Relational healing goes beyond the surface level.
When we listen to someone on a deeper level, we fear less and love more. We’re all teachers.
Every Being on this planet has a gift that is meaningful to share.

This podcast is about expanding our vision and illuminating the threads that weave us together as a community.

Simply put, this podcast is about Lessons in Love.

Welcome to Unified Threads.

Show artwork generously provided by Hava Gurevich

May 12, 2016

Migration is not a crime.

This episode, we pull back the curtain and peer in on the fortress that is Europe. Featuring perspectives from Cari Naftali, Yeppe the rescue diver, former Greek Finance Minster Yanis Varouvakis, and Atiq from Afghanistan. Help moms with babies stuck in refugee camps:
https://nurtureprojectinternational.org

This brings Season I to a close.
What an incredible journey it has been.
Thank you friends, family and listeners.
Looking forward to connecting with many more of you in Season II.

If you’re interested in contributing to the second season of Unified Threads, e-mail amy@unifiedthreads.com

Sources:
Open Your Eyes-Visual aid showing the migrant & refugee flow into Europe  http://15years.morizbuesing.com/

Open Your Ears-More than 10,000 refugee children went missing last year. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/may/01/child-refugees-in-camps-from-lesbos-to-calais-need-more-help

Link to the complete interview of former Greek Minister of Finance, Yanis Varoufakis http://www.democracynow.org/2016/4/28/yanis_varofaukis_europe_s_hot_spot

A special thank you to Hava Gurevich (hava.biz) for loaning her illustration of the network of nature, "Devonian Playground," for the show's cover art, and to all of the musicians who made this episode more pleasurable for the listening. 

Produced by Corey Coates from Podfly Productions (www.podfly.net).