24 episodes

Has the Climate Crisis got you feeling overwhelmed, devastated, despairing, angry, or even apathetic?

In this show Sarah Knight, Scientist and Energy Healer, talks to other healers and scientists, artists, philosophers, activists, and others, as she seeks out the highest possibilities for the healing of this planet and its inhabitants in these changing times.

The Possibility Project Sarah Knight

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Has the Climate Crisis got you feeling overwhelmed, devastated, despairing, angry, or even apathetic?

In this show Sarah Knight, Scientist and Energy Healer, talks to other healers and scientists, artists, philosophers, activists, and others, as she seeks out the highest possibilities for the healing of this planet and its inhabitants in these changing times.

    Communication, Healing, Quantum Science, and Interconnectedness: In Conversation with Lisa Sabatini. Possibility Podcast Session 24

    Communication, Healing, Quantum Science, and Interconnectedness: In Conversation with Lisa Sabatini. Possibility Podcast Session 24

    In this interview two former communications specialists turned energy medicine women have a conversation that spans the worlds of science, healing, spirit, nature, and the possibility of this time in returning to a state of interpersonal and global interconnectedness. Host Sarah Knight and guest Lisa Sabatini both started their careers very much in the realm of the physical world, attempting to engage a population with local and global issues using the tools of science, words, and mind. Now, working primarily through the emotional, energetic and spiritual realms, they discuss what appears to be their shared mission to bring light and healing back home to where it matters – the physical one…this home, our shared planet earth.

    • 48 min
    Leaving Land for Nature's Sake. Possibility Podcast Session 23

    Leaving Land for Nature's Sake. Possibility Podcast Session 23

    Societal needs for housing, transport and energy supply, combined with the economic growth model on which our consumerism driven market is based, can mean that the necessity of leaving land alone for nature to have her way with it is easily overlooked or even conveniently ignored. Humans have voices to express their needs, what does Nature have? Fortunately, she has organizations known as Land Trusts, including the Land Conservancy for KFLA - the region of southeastern Ontario in which Sarah lives. In this episode Possibility Podcast host Sarah Knight speaks with Vicki Schmolka, the President for the Land Conservancy for KFLA, about the role of Land Trusts, the importance of land conservation, and roles that we can all play to ensure that the voices of nature lovers are heard so that we have some land that is simply left alone.

    (Session orginally recorded in November 2020, released in May 2021)

    • 40 min
    Indigenous Involvement and Leadership for Climate Solutions. Possibility Podcast Session 22

    Indigenous Involvement and Leadership for Climate Solutions. Possibility Podcast Session 22

    What if a solution to both actively addressing treaty relationships AND actively addressing climate change existed? In this episode, host Sarah Knight chats to Mary Kate Craig, a managing partner with Anwaatin, an indigenous business working with Indigenous communities to participate in planning, energy and carbon sequestration projects related to climate change action. Mary Kate offers her insights on the opportunity to address Canada’s climate commitments while providing financial payback to indigenous land stewards with what was the Ontario cap-and-trade programme (until Doug Ford and the Conservative Party scrapped the progamme in 2018). She is now focused on working with what is possible, within the context of the major jurisdictional challenges in Canada, towards a future where indigenous communities – who have long been stewards and managers of the land and the waters of their territories - play an increasing role in the creation and management of climate action planning.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Grieving for the World? How the Ancient Indian Science of Ayurveda can Help. Possibility Podcast Session 21

    Grieving for the World? How the Ancient Indian Science of Ayurveda can Help. Possibility Podcast Session 21

    How can we allow for the tremendous force of grief to move through us so that we can continue to be who we need to be in the world, where so much is changing so quickly? Ayurvedic Practitioner, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist, Yoga Teacher Trainer, and Owner and Founder of Janati Yoga School in Kingston Ontario, Mona Warner, shares with host Sarah Knight how the ancient practice of Ayurveda can support us in our efforts to be the space we need to be, to help us feel the feelings we need to feel, so that we can keep on putting one foot in front of the other, at a time in history when the world really needs us to be ready for action. Mona is the author of three recent publications: Ayurvedic Yoga: 3 Approaches to Teaching Ayurvedic Yoga, Ayurveda's Three Pillars of Health: A Map to Health, Resilience, and Well-Being, and the Grief and Ayurveda Workbook.

    • 58 min
    Seeing the World Through Non-Human Eyes with Susan Eirich, Possibility Podcast Session 20

    Seeing the World Through Non-Human Eyes with Susan Eirich, Possibility Podcast Session 20

    How much could we learn from all of the non-human beings that inhabit this planet with us? In this episode, host Sarah Knight talks to spiritual ecologist Dr. Susan B. Eirich, founder of the Earthfire Institute, a unique wildlife sanctuary and retreat center located on forty acres just west of Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Susan is a licensed psychologist, biologist, educator, writer and sought-after speaker whose mission it is to change how we humans see and therefore treat wildlife and nature, by helping us make an emotional, heart-opening connection with the rescued wild animals of Earthfire. She understands that connecting deeply with individual animals serves as a portal into the wonder and magic of all living beings.

    • 58 min
    Find Your Friggin' Joy! Possibility Podcast Session 19

    Find Your Friggin' Joy! Possibility Podcast Session 19

    Can we overcome major personal trauma and find the friggin’ joy again? Healer and Author Belinda Farrell says YES. In this interview with host Sarah Knight, Belinda shares how she overcame major life challenges—the suicide of her son, complete financial loss, and healing a degenerated spine without surgery. By using ancient Hawaiian techniques and accepting responsibility for every aspect of her life, she was able to rise from the ashes, and now she’s sharing this invaluable information with others in her book, Find Your Friggin’ Joy. Belinda is trained in hypnotherapy, past life regression, NLP, Hawaiian chanting, and ancient Hawaiian healing (Huna). When she was forty-eight, she collapsed with herniated discs and spinal nerve damage. Threatened with paralysis by her medical doctors if she didn’t have surgery, Belinda instead chose to apply the ancient Hawaiian healing practices she had been learning the previous three years, which are covered in this book. Her back completely healed, including childhood scoliosis. For fifteen years she has been sharing these healing practices with others, offering Reconnective Healing and Huna classes and taking clients to Hawaii to teach Huna and swim with wild spinner dolphins.

    • 45 min

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