Podcast – All Episodes
The first podcast this year, and this time I am interviewed by Daniela Sarrazin. Daniela describes the content in her introduction as follows: “In today’s podcast I get to have a wonderful, almost philosophical conversation with Purvi-Shah-Paulini. In it, we are talking about “enduring and trusting”. With a wonderful lightness, we address the topics of “enduring what is”; what “the” process of change does to us”; “trusting myself”; “accepting what my counterpart is all about”; “trusting your own life”; and ultimately, “believing that everything will be okay.””
Thank you, Daniela, for the lightness in this interview. I really enjoyed being on the “other side” for a change.
“What are chakras in Hinduism are wheels in Taoism, for example, are plexus in popular medicine and spheres of the tree of life in Kabbalah. What in TCM is QI, we know in the West as breath or body fluids, the Vedas call it Prana. And in Japanese medicine the syllable “ki” in the word Reiki corresponds exactly to this life energy.
What in Hinduism are koshas, in conventional medicine are described as biosocial effect chains, and in Kabbalah teachings are levels of worlds.” From the manual The Hayden Model by Julia Hayden.
The Hayden Model serves as a facilitating toolbox to get closer to your inherent wisdom and power for self healing. It combines in a simple way, Western conventional medicine with Traditional Chinese Medicine, with Jewish Kabbalah teachings, with Vedic philosophy from India, with your own knowledge.
The teaching cards explain in their simplicity through pictures and words the interaction of all levels of your being. They are very specific to use, adapted to the particular body, practical to implement, easy to understand and simple to use.
Episode 13/21: The Wisdom Workshop on “Experiencing Leadership with Horse Coaching” Interview with Claudia Ahl (Interview in German)
“My vision is to create a humane environment for doctors, medical professionals and patients where health and healing can take place.”-Claudia Ahl
For 20 years now, Claudia Ahl’s heartfelt desire has been to help people develop their greatest potential and integrate it into their lives. For more than three years she has been applying her knowledge mainly for medical practices and clinics.
Together with her cooperation partners, Claudia has developed holistic solutions for the medical field that solve the main bottlenecks of personnel, structures and leadership issues. What can you learn from horses about leadership? Listen in.
Episode 12/21: The Wisdom Workshop “Rethinking Business in Family Businesses” with Daniela Sarrazin (Interview in German)
By nature, Daniela Sarrazin is a down-to-earth person who is characterized by passion, courage, a strong will and clarity. Her heart beats for building bridges between generations as well as for the desire to open new doors for people and thus enable growth and self-determination. Life has shown her that it is important to live in the here and now and to let the past be and the future come to you.
Her guidelines for her actions and doings – also for today’s podcast titled “Rethinking Business in Family Businesses – are:
In motion, something gets moving. Water always finds a way. Follow it and you will find yours. Value creation through appreciation. Development in family businesses.
Listen to what the successful leadership developer and coach has to say.
Episode 11/21: The Wisdom Workshop 4th Interview with Ajahn Michael on “Forgiveness” (Interview in German)
“Forgiveness is a coping strategy to be able to mentally accept an actual or assumed wrongdoing of others without expecting any reaction from the other (such as an admission of guilt, remorse, apology) or demanding justice (retribution, prosecution).”
But the question arises, how exactly do I go about doing this? That’s what I’m talking about with Ajahn Michael.
Whatever happens, happens because (under all the circumstances that could have been present) the very circumstances were present that led to the specific occurrence of the event.
This is about pure non-judgmental observation of the movements of our mind, which leads to understanding the impersonal nature of the process of arising of thoughts, feelings or emotions, as the whole chain of Dependent Arising sets it out, and the Four Noble Truths. It is about realization of the True Nature of things.
(From the course materials of Ajahan Michael)
Episode 9/21: The Wisdom Workshop Interview with Rolf Lutterbeck about “Consciousness Development” (Interview in German)
Rolf Lutterbeck, computer scientist, former executive, today systemic coach and trainer talks about the different levels of consciousness. We talk about the different perspectives that can be taken from level to level and what influence this has and can have on business and politics. What is needed for a hopeful future for future generations?
Thank you, dear Rolf, for your deep friendship. It’s nice that we know each other!
Enjoy watching the video, which is accompanied with really informative slides.
Episode 8/21: The Wisdom Workshop 2nd Interview with Ajahn Michael “How does suffering arise?” (German)
Why does Buddha define complaining, birth, sorrow, etc. with the term “suffer”? You could say that these terms lead to suffering. Actually, they are not suffering per se. But Buddha defined it as above. Why? This is one of the questions Ajahn Michael has long asked himself. Through long research in neurology, psychotherapy and psychopathology, he has found tools to exactly understand this. He shares his interesting discoveries with us in this interview. Especially the discovery that Buddha’s teachings are congruent with the aforementioned sciences.
This interview is a continuation of the first interview with Ajahn Michael. But it stands for its own and can therefore be watched independently.
Episode 7/21: The Wisdom Workshop Interview with Ute Marke “The Mad Mom Cycling”
“We are one human race. We all have the same aspirations and dreams … we all have the same hopes … and we all go through the same things. We should stop limiting ourselves to religion, gender, or to national aspects. This is just rubbish in my sense … I just consider myself to be part of the human race. I bow my head towards India, because India allows me to be the way I am” – Ute Marke
Ute Marke whose nick name is “The Mad Mom Cycling”, is a certified economist with sound experience in Telecommunication sector with strong focus on human centered digitalization. Now a days she supports young businesses within the green economy with strategic advice and consultancy. She has enabled life enhancing social projects in Africa and India
Where does her passion for India come from? What has this country given her? What relationship does she have with spirituality and how does she see herself and others see her? And of course we speak about Leadership and Change, resilience and sustainable future. What can German companies learn from India?
Listen to this impressive woman, who learned cycling at the age of 45 and cycled 1000 miles through Lesotho for a good cause and the Himalayas! Ute, you rock and P L E A S E keep on going. You show people around the world, that nothing is impossible and everything starts in your mind: boundlessness or the belief in a life full of boundaries. You are a role model! Thank you for this wonderful and very deep interview. With a deep bow!
Episode 6/21: The Wisdom Workshop Interview with Christian Ahl “Consciousness in Leadership”. (German)
I talk about consciousness, passion and relationships with consciousness mentor Christian Ahl, who has lived experience as a leader for years as a CEO in the industrial world. These attributes (and others) define the life of a leader. “Whenever I interact with someone, I change the relationship,” Christian says. Most problems in companies arise on a human, not a technical level. “At what point do I see development happening in my life?” That’s what we need to bring into our awareness, because development runs through like a thread. We also talk about school system, language and much more and what impact it has on our societies. We agree that there can and should be a coexistence of types and stages of development.
Listen in to this multifaceted conversation.
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