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Are you ready to feel empowered and expand your idea of what is possible in life?



On the The Human Project: your podcast for authentic conversations with artists, millionaires, activists, CEOs, refugees, Tantra experts, founders and many other fascinating personalities.



Together we will explore their insights into delving through the deeper layers of life. My guests will share their tools for increasing your appetite for risk, and moving away from the complacency of comfort. We will learn to view all life experiences as valuable opportunities for empowerment and inspiration.



The journey starts right now.



The Human Project - the podcast

With Corinna-Rosa Falkenberg

THE HUMAN PROJECT Corinna-Rosa Falkenberg

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Are you ready to feel empowered and expand your idea of what is possible in life?



On the The Human Project: your podcast for authentic conversations with artists, millionaires, activists, CEOs, refugees, Tantra experts, founders and many other fascinating personalities.



Together we will explore their insights into delving through the deeper layers of life. My guests will share their tools for increasing your appetite for risk, and moving away from the complacency of comfort. We will learn to view all life experiences as valuable opportunities for empowerment and inspiration.



The journey starts right now.



The Human Project - the podcast

With Corinna-Rosa Falkenberg

    #10 Sumba, Indonesia: About kidnapping women for marriage, empowerment, love and the importance of being financially independent – with Ima Articha

    #10 Sumba, Indonesia: About kidnapping women for marriage, empowerment, love and the importance of being financially independent – with Ima Articha

    Ima Articha is a young amazing woman who was born on Sumba – an island that is less than two hours flight away from Bali in Indonesia. Her family are rice farmers since generations and Ima took her life bravely into her own hands to become a successful and financially independent woman. It took a lot of courage to go that path. Ima is now living on Bali, living the life she always wanted to have.







    As in other regions of the world too (e.g. on Lombok), young women – very often still minors – are kidnapped for forced marriages on Sumba. It became something society accepted. 







    At the age of just 16 years, Ima decided for herself to not let this and the consequence of becoming a housewife to a man she has not chosen happen to her. 







    A fight with her dad, key figure of the family, has started. Her dad refused to speak to her when she expressed her wish to receive education in hospitality business. Ima did not give up her dream at that moment. Instead, she fought for it and finally managed to enter as one out of just 50 young professionals the Sumba Hospitality school. 







    With the help of this non-profit institution, Ima learned not only English but also everything else that helped her to move to Bali and find a proper job.







    A large part of the salary that Ima is earning on Bali is being sent back to her family on Sumba. Another part Ima is saving for higher educational training as she wants to continue living her dreams. 







    I loved talking to Ima and learned from her willpower, determination and joy. 







    Today, we speak about the following subjects:







    * Women rights in developing countries and the fight for being empowered * The beauty of the island of Sumba (Indonesia) and its big challenges – Sumba is one of the poorest regions in the world* How to get wings to fly away from your home town to become the person you want to be* Clash of different cultures and tension between a traditional lifestyle – rice farmers in a very rural area – versus the modern world and how to successfully manage them* How social media can be a door opener to see how other parts of the world do look like and to what extend this perspective is changing desires* Fear of parents that the children go „out into the big world“ and might loose their roots* Traditional roles as becoming a wife as a minor and how to break free* The threat of forced marriage, being kidnapped from your home* Balinease lifestyle and „Bule“ – the local Indonesian word for foreigners and/or non-Indonesian national, especially people of European descent* Importance of sustainable tourism development on Sumba* Stereotype of a „good“ and a „bad“ woman/ first category is the one that usually gets married, the second one is the wild one* Dressing up sexually/ Sexual abuse of women * How to realize your dreams and visions/ financial independency  







    Thank you so much for listening to today’s episode of “The Human Project”! We are glad to have you with us on the journey of exploring inspiring stories.







    If you enjoy the podcast, we would like to invite you…







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    Keep on Shining







    Yours,

    • 1 Std. 1 Min.
    #9 Why you should go for adventures in your life and maybe even get lost - with Sky-Marie Niblett, 13 years, book author, homeschooled

    #9 Why you should go for adventures in your life and maybe even get lost - with Sky-Marie Niblett, 13 years, book author, homeschooled

    Why you should go for adventures in your life and maybe even get lost - with Sky-Marie Niblett, 13 years, book author, homeschooled

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    Sky-Marie (What a name!) is with just 13 years my youngest interview guest in my show so far! I was amazed by the deep layers of her personality, her wisdom and fresh spirit. But not only this: Sky-Marie already published her first book.

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    I am wondering whether there is a special reason behind her energy and dynamic?

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    Sky-Marie and her younger brother Sunny are homeschooled. Right now, they are all living close to the Indonesian ocean, where they can watch the sunsets, with monkeys climbing up the trees and their surfboards next by. They are living a free and creative lifestyle far away from any urban area, barefoot most of the day and surrounded by same-minded friends.

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    In the conversation with Sky-Marie we speak about…

    how to become a young author

    what homeschooling means and its advantages

    what power it brings to a family when having a strong centered mother

    that the best way to learn something you don’t like is by having fun

    why getting lost during adventure time can be half of the fun

    that a separation of parents does not necessarily need to led to a broken family life

    how affirmations help you to overcome fear

    what it means to live a life in a foreign country

    how to keep the level of curiosity high

    the importance of self-compliments



    I sincerely hope that the episode with Sky-Marie also inspires and empowers to embark on your own path, to learn and grow while not giving up whatever experiences may come in your life.

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    If you enjoy the podcast, we would like to invite you…

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    Until next week, I truly appreciate you listening.

    Keep on Shining

    Yours,

    Corinna-Rosa

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    • 35 Min.
    #8 Ubud, Bali: About the consumption of women, shiny Louis Vuitton’s, a high end criminal life in Vancouver and a finally soul rich life as an impact entrepreneur in Bali - with Aren Singh Bahia

    #8 Ubud, Bali: About the consumption of women, shiny Louis Vuitton’s, a high end criminal life in Vancouver and a finally soul rich life as an impact entrepreneur in Bali - with Aren Singh Bahia

    Ubud, Bali: About the consumption of women, shiny Louis Vuitton’s, a high end criminal life in Vancouver and a finally soul rich life as an impact entrepreneur in Bali - with Aren Singh Bahia



    “Give. Connect. Inspire.“



    This quote from Aren aka @ink_pray_love reflects his todays personality. Aren has founded the Karma House Bali, Conscious Arts Tattoos, Full Reset Coaching, and one of the co-founders of YogiLab.



    But Aren has started at a different point in his life: He was born part of the middle-class, his father being a TV cable installer and his mom working as a community librarian. When he was younger he dreamt about becoming rich. He wanted to possess fancy cars, beautiful women and shiny brands. One way to reach this target was for him to become a key figure in organizational crime in Vancouver, Canada - the city he grew up. He was recruited in a drug-dealing gang and was consuming money and women as he was addicted to drugs, power, and sex.



    “All the people around me, there was a lot of violence, a lot of drug overdoses, just, there's a lot of that happening. And so I was in desperation — I needed to make a shift and change my life.”





    The material things brought Aran so much pride and validation that he believed for a while they could buy him happiness too. But at the end they were just a way to mask his emotions. Aren realized that he was unable to form connections with people on a deeper level. More so, Aren feared that he would end up dead or in jail if he stays in the same toxic environment.



    “Shiny things get old pretty fast and it's not going to feel good after a while. But if you have something that is bigger than you that connects and helps people, it's actually gonna make a bigger impact.”



    By coincidence, he came across a yoga studio in downtown Vancouver and started to practice Yoga - often while still being high on drugs at the same time. With this experience, a huge transformation and identity shift has started. Inspired by the film “Eat, Pray, Love”, Aren went to Ubud, a mountain village in Bali, to deepen his yoga and meditation experience. He learned about the concept of “Karma," applied it to his life and realized that he finally wanted to become someone his parents could be proud of.



    “It's never too late to turn your personal story into one of success and compassion. You can start today, and make a difference in more lives than just your own. ”



    In our conversation, we are speaking about the following subjects:

    Organizational crime in Vancouver

    Consumption of women

    Sex, power and money addition and living a sex-responsible life

    Deep connection with other people

    Superficiality of luxury and other wealthy goods

    Martial arts and the power of willpower

    ADHD and how to expand attention span

    How movies can have an impact on your own life, in Aren’s case it was the movie, Eat Pray, and Love.

    Entrepreneur lifestyle and serial founder

    The importance about being emotionally invested in what you do

    Visions in life and on the world

    Protection of children, in particular when it comes to children trafficking

    Charity projects



    “Find something that you would feel passionate about doing. Be it in any way, shape, or form, then make it bigger than you.”



    Thank you so much for listening to today’s episode of “The Human Project”! We are glad to have you with us on the journey of exploring inspiring stories.

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    • 48 Min.
    #7 How to consciously communicate with your food — with Evan Rilling

    #7 How to consciously communicate with your food — with Evan Rilling

    “Our ancestors were eating generally higher quality food. They had less options but they were eating locally.” Evan Rilling is a health-conscious chef and a food shaman. His mission is to help clients to connect more to themselves by creating a healthier relationship with the food they consume daily. He has almost 20 years of chef experience, has worked as the personal chef to actor, Will Smith, designed menus for retreat centers around the world, and worked for major health brands.

    “You can learn to understand your own body in order to find out the kind of food that works best for you.”

    We all are familiar with those moments in life, in which we don’t allow ourselves to eat healthy food without time pressure but rather with joy and pleasure. Our brain knows about proper meals. It knows “we are what we consume”, but our limiting beliefs cause us to believe differently.

    People have different perceptions on what’s healthy for them. But there is no general health nutrition plan that would be applicable for each of us. We all have different bodies, different ingredients within us and different ways to move. Evan’s recommendation is to recognize that our bodies are built differently and needs to be treated differently. What is healthy for you might not be healthy for another person, what food works best for you, might not work for another one. He said, you “just” have to be more knowledgable on what your body likes, digest the best and what feels the best after you have eaten. This means, do you feel tired after a dish, activated or energized? Self-responsibility is his key for a proper health.

    “Just because certain food is said to be good for you, doesn’t necessarily mean that it is good for you and your health system.”

    Listening to our conversation will help you understand:

    ✨that it is your responsibility to stay healthy.

    ✨the importance of consciousness when eating because your body is your temple and you are what you are consuming

    ✨how to build a relationship with ingredients and food you are having in front of you

    ✨understanding that each of us has a different body and an individual internal health system

    ✨why buying local products is a great thing to do

    ✨the importance of mental health when it comes to an overall health state of living

    ✨why breathing before eating is a behavior you might want to make your habit

    ✨how a perfect vision of the food industry might look like

    ✨why the garden of Eden might act as a great role model for the food industry

    ✨how to inspire the next generation to truly love food, appreciating knowing local fresh products and eat with awareness

    Questions for you as you might want to reflect about today’s talk: What does “being healthy” mean to you? What new habit do you want to implement in life when it comes to your diet, your nutrition, and your eating behavior?



    Thank you so much for joining us on today’s episode of The Human Project! If you enjoy the podcast, I would like to invite you…

    To SUBSCRIBE to The Human Project Podcast.

    To leave a REVIEW on Apple Podcast. It really makes a difference - in particular in helping to convince hard-to-get guests to join the show.

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    Please share today’s episode with your family, friends, or someone else you think could be inspired by it!

    Until next time, I truly appreciate you listening and I am already looking forward to go on the next journey together with you.

    Keep on Shining

    Yours,

    Corinna-Rosa

    To learn more about Evan Rilling, feel free to follow him on Instagram @freestylekitchen For further information visit https://linktr.ee/freestylekitchen

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    • 47 Min.
    #6 How to add sparkles of playfulness and sensuality to your life - with Sophie French

    #6 How to add sparkles of playfulness and sensuality to your life - with Sophie French

    “Prosperity to me is the overflow of good things.”



    It won’t be wrong if I say that I had an utmost joyful experience interviewing Sophie for bringing this episode out. When I met her, I found her smiling and radiating positive vibes with her blue green eyes shining bright as always.

    Sophie is an experienced Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Practitioner and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Practitioner. She has been helping people wipe off their inner doubts to grow and to pursue the big dreams waiting ahead. She is successfully creating foundations of self belief and thus, changing lives for the better.



    “Allow the intuition to take us wherever it needs to.”



    Her realization of the fact that nothing is going to matter in the end, empowered her thoughts and changed her life forever.



    She took up a quest to find out the key to unlock success:

    “Love feels like magic in your whole body!”



    My conversation with Sophie will help you learn:

    ✨embracing uncertainty like a pro

    ✨how to not lose hope even in difficult times of life

    ✨what it takes to be in an excited state of mind about what is unexpectately unfolding in life

    ✨how to follow your heart despite all the social standards failing it

    ✨what might keep you holding back from actually pursuing your dreams and how you might overcome it

    ✨how to get find rest in this chaotic life

    ✨what it takes to let go of things not working out your way

    ✨how to sleep peacefully and allow your bodies to feel safe



    I hope this episode sparks as much motivation in you all as it did in me to pursue our dreams and make them a part of our realities.



    Some questions for you:

    Do you get excited about life’s adventures?

    To what extend do you measure your success according to the standards your society has set up?



    While talking to Sophie, I extracted the message of re-taking up my due space and time before doing anything. How about you?



    Thank you for joining us on days episode of The Human Project!



    If you enjoy the podcast, I would like to invite you ….



    To SUBSCRIBE to The Human Project Podcast.

    To leave a REVIEW on Apple Podcast. It takes you less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference - in particular in helping to convince hard-to-get guests to join the show.

    To COMMENT on Instagram @thehumanprojct_podcast and let me know what inspired you the most in this episode.



    Please share today's episode with family, friends or someone else you think could be inspired by it.



    Until next time, I truly appreciate you listening and am already looking forward to go on the next journey together with you.



    Keep on Shining & Growing



    Yours,

    Corinna-Rosa

    To learn more about Sophie, feel free to follow her on Instagram @sophiefrench.co. For further information, please visit: https://www.sophiefrench.co



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    • 40 Min.
    #5 How to master drug addiction, break abusive pattern in life and continue to grow into a strong woman – with Anne Marie Kramer

    #5 How to master drug addiction, break abusive pattern in life and continue to grow into a strong woman – with Anne Marie Kramer

    “Put one foot in front of the other even if you don’t want to - just get up and move forward.”



    Anne Marie is a passionate woman, a hustler, a thriver, and a survivor. Even if she claims to still be in the process of becoming better, she is driven to always be the best version of herself. How is she doing this? By also breaking abusive patterns — which rooted from having a challenging parenting home as a child to getting married twice to an alcoholic in her early 20s. There was a time in her life, she even slept with her drug dealer to get easier access to drugs. But she strived, acknowledged her dark past and worked on herself which made her see the light. In her 30s, Anne Marie successfully founded three Yoga studios in California, remarried and became a mother of two in her 40s.



    “The only way out is in and the only way out is through.”



    In this conversation, you will learn:



    ✨How to break patterns in life

    ✨How to overcome addiction

    ✨How to have the confidence and strength in getting back up in life

    ✨How important a family’s impact is to your emotional and psychological health

    ✨What impact can forgiveness do to you and those around you

    ✨How to find your purpose and what is important in life for you



    Some questions for you:

    How did your past affect you?

    Were you able to break patterns or are you still stuck in that cycle?

    How do you think you can make your life better?



    I hope this episode makes you more hopefully especially when you are at a low peak of your life. You can never change your past but you are not your past. You can always reinvent a better version of yourself today.



    Thank you for joining us on days episode of The Human Project!



    If you enjoy the podcast, I would like to invite you ….



    To SUBSCRIBE to The Human Project Podcast.

    To leave a REVIEW on Apple Podcast. It takes you less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference - in particular in helping to convince hard-to-get guests to join the show.

    To COMMENT on Instagram @thehumanprojct_podcast and let me know what inspired you the most in this episode.



    Please share today's episode with family, friends or someone else you think could be inspired by it.



    Until next time, I truly appreciate you listening and am already looking forward to go on the next journey together with you.



    Keep on Shining!

    Yours,

    Corinna-Rosa



    To learn more about Anne Marie, feel free to follow her on Instagram @amkzing

    For further information, please visit: https://zbeyond.co/



    xxx





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    • 34 Min.

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Wonderful and so inspiring!

Maxl333 ,

Inspiring people, unique mindset

A great podcast with exciting people and inspiring stories. Corinna has a pleasant voice, she is easy to follow and her way of asking questions is unique. If you want to broaden your horizons, you are definitely right here. Top recommendation!

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Lebendig, out of the box, inspirierend

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