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GreenPlanet - BluePlanet Podcast, where you get to hear the stories and insights from artists, teachers, authors and Philanthropreneurs of the regenerative movement, who are committed to planetary purpose! This podcast is displaying how each and everyone's uniqueness makes Planet Earth worth living on. It's our mandate to support and display the accomplishment of the SDG' globally. GreenPlanet BluePlanet is a brand exploring the holistic visions by humanity for Planet Earth.

GreenPlanet BluePlanet Podcast Julian Guderley

    • Society & Culture

GreenPlanet - BluePlanet Podcast, where you get to hear the stories and insights from artists, teachers, authors and Philanthropreneurs of the regenerative movement, who are committed to planetary purpose! This podcast is displaying how each and everyone's uniqueness makes Planet Earth worth living on. It's our mandate to support and display the accomplishment of the SDG' globally. GreenPlanet BluePlanet is a brand exploring the holistic visions by humanity for Planet Earth.

    Ep. 175 Julian talks about Planetary Leadership, Innovation, his upcoming Patreon and a recent course launch

    Ep. 175 Julian talks about Planetary Leadership, Innovation, his upcoming Patreon and a recent course launch

    This episode is a reflection of Julians on the current state of the world, amidst Corona virus pandemic. Julian talks about necessary planetary leadership, and how he sees that spreading across the world like a big awakening. He further goes deeper into putting ECO back into economics and taking people, planet, profit as the purposeful direction for humanity at this time.

    > Julian just released a new Breathwork Basics course... check it out its a 7 Day class and only costs $21 

    https://breathwork-and-singing.teachable.com/courses/



    > Julian shares about an upcoming Patreon launch later this spring.

    > Here is a recent feature of Julian and Greenplanet Blueplanet: https://www.kosmosjournal.org/kj_article/green-planet-blue-planet/

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    Ep 174 Simon Fyall with the Verity Foundation on intergenerational learning

    Ep 174 Simon Fyall with the Verity Foundation on intergenerational learning

    Todays guest of the show is the founder of the Verity Foundation for intergenerational learning programs.

    Simon Fyall, as a founding member of The Verity Foundation Simon is committed to creating space for men of all ages to connect with themselves and their communities. Inspired by his grandfather’s passing, Simon has dedicated much of his time researching the social and personal need for intergenerational wisdom sharing.
    Simon has worked with international men’s groups such as the “CMB” and “The Mancave” that help empower men worldwide. Simon hosts an online men’s empowerment program focused on supporting men through anxiety, stress, and depression and facilitates local men’s groups. Simon is passionate about creating an intergenerational community of men that share wisdom, stories, and respect with the intention of helping all of humanity evolve to an era of equality, health and happiness.

    https://theverityfoundation.org/who-we-are/

    • 33 min
    Ep. 173 (Re)Humans Series with Jeremy Lent Author of The Patterning Effect

    Ep. 173 (Re)Humans Series with Jeremy Lent Author of The Patterning Effect

    ReHumans with Rodrigo Cunha as co-host.

    ReHumans are inspiring leaders committed to understanding what it means to be human in the 2020s and beyond, as our times are complexifying and our spirit is uniting. Together we are reimagining the new narrative and redefining what success means.

    Todays interview guest is Jeremy Lent the author of the The Patterning Instinct. 

    A Cultural History of Humanity's Search for Meaning



    About Jeremy Lent:

    Jeremy Lent is an author whose writings investigate the patterns of thought that have led our civilization to its current crisis of sustainability. He is founder of the nonprofit Liology Institute, dedicated to fostering an integrated worldview, both scientifically rigorous and intrinsically meaningful, that could enable humanity to thrive sustainably on the earth.

    Born in London, England, Lent received a BA in English Literature from Cambridge University and an MBA from the University of Chicago. He pursued a career in business, eventually founding an internet startup and taking it public.

    Beginning around 2005, Lent began an inquiry into the various constructions of meaning formed by cultures around the world and throughout history. His award-winning novel, Requiem of the Human Soul, was published in 2009. His most recent work, The Patterning Instinct: A Cultural History of Humanity’s Search for Meaning, traces the deep historical foundations of our modern worldview.

    Lent is currently working on his next book provisionally entitled The Web of Meaning: An Integration of Modern Science with Traditional Wisdom, which combines findings in cognitive science, systems theory, and traditional Chinese and Buddhist thought, offering a framework that integrates both science and meaning in a coherent whole.


    He holds regular community workshops to explore these topics through contemplative and embodied practices in the San Francisco Bay Area.

    • 54 min
    Ep. 172 (Re) Humans Series with Sandy Wiggins

    Ep. 172 (Re) Humans Series with Sandy Wiggins

    (Re) Humans Series
    ReHumans are inspiring leaders committed to understanding what it means to be human in the 2020s and beyond, as our times are complexifying and our spirit is uniting. Together we are reimagining the new narrative and redefining what success means.

    What does the world require most these days ? A conversation with Sandy Wiggins. Read more below about Sandy's practice, training and overall creations. 
    About Sandy Wiggins:

    Statement of Practice:
    Each of us has the capacity to be fully awake and fully alive. In fact, this is what we are called to be from the moment of our first breath. It is our destiny. It is also what is most needed in the world. The stories that dominate our lives, our unconscious beliefs, childhood relationships with care givers, cultural conditioning, and physical and emotional trauma are some of the barriers that keep us from this destiny. Breath is a portal through which we can heal and transcend all of that, enabling us to access our innate capacity to be fully awake and fully alive. As a practitioner, I work with individuals and groups using breath to activate this capacity that we all possess.

    Inspiration Training:
    I completed the entire Inspiration curriculum and spent many years under the guidance of Inspiration’s founder and principal teacher, Jessica Dibb, and other Inspiration practitioners training as a breathworker. I am certified as an Integrative Breathwork Practitioner by Inspiration and the Global Professional Breathwork Alliance. I continue to be an active member of the Inspiration Community as a learner, guide and part of an ongoing Bodhisattva circle.

    Other Training:
    In addition to Integrative Breathwork, I have studied Therapeutic Breathwork, Holotropic Breathwork, and Coherent Breathing. I began my adult life in a monastery, followed by a classical education in Physics and Philosophy. I have been a lifelong student of Eastern and Western philosophies and wisdom traditions and have studied and practiced numerous meditation and transformational techniques over 40 years, including Contemplative Prayer, Vipassana, Transcendental Mediation, TM advanced techniques and the TM-Sidhi program, Zen and Kriya yoga. I have studied Archetypal Patterns at the Assisi Institute, studied the Enneagram extensively including coursework on the Enneagram for Healing Practitioners, and completed the Landmark Curriculum for Living. I have also engaged in a variety of coursework on systems theory with Fritjof Capra and Margaret Wheatley.

    I spent many years as a business executive before realizing the damage that was being wrought on life by our current economy, at which point I redirected my life energy toward changing that. I went on to chair the U.S. Green Building Council and helped to develop the LEED rating system and move it out into the world. I also chaired the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies (BALLE), an organization that is working to create economies that work for all, and have worked extensively as a Sr. Advisor to RSF Social Finance to redirect capital flows in ways that support life. As a student of process and systems, I became an NCI certified Charrette Manager and Facilitator and have worked across the U.S. to help communities in their efforts to become socially just and environmentally sustainable. In addition to my breathwork practice, I also facilitate workshops, communities of practice and retreats focussed on personal transformation, equitable economies, environmental sustainability and culture change.

    • 44 min
    Ep. 171 Trucost | A conversation about data sense-making for regenerative efforts with Dr. Richard Mattison, CEO of Trucost

    Ep. 171 Trucost | A conversation about data sense-making for regenerative efforts with Dr. Richard Mattison, CEO of Trucost

    Ep. 171 Trucost | A conversation about data sense-making for regenerative efforts with Dr. Richard Mattison, CEO of Trucost

    Dr Richard Mattison is Chief Executive Officer of Trucost, part of S&P Global. Trucost assesses and prices risks relating to climate change, natural resource constraints and broader ESG factors, enabling companies and financial institutions to understand exposure to ESG factors, inform resilience and identify the transformative solutions of tomorrow.

    Richard is an expert in sustainable finance and over the last 16 years he has advised various UN bodies, governments, financial intuitions, companies and NGOs on how to integrate climate change and natural capital analysis into their decision making. He has led numerous ground-breaking projects including creating the first portfolio carbon risk assessment for Henderson and the UK Environment Agency, launching the first carbon efficient index with S&P Dow Jones Indices, leading the first global assessment of corporate environmental externalities for the UN-backed Principles for Responsible Investment, and developing the world’s first Environmental Profit and Loss account for PUMA.

    Richard is a member of the EU Sustainable Finance High Level Expert Group, the Global Advisory Council of the Oxford Smith School Stranded Assets Programme, the Luxflag eligibility committee and the Hong Kong Green Finance Association . Previously, Richard was a strategy consultant and began his career as a neuroscientist.

    • 42 min
    Ep. 170 Adam Roa at ENVISION Festival 2020

    Ep. 170 Adam Roa at ENVISION Festival 2020

    Adam Roa is many things:

    -spoken word artist

    -motivational speaker

    -conscious filmmaker

    -human being committed to living the lessons he shares with others.

    According to Goalcast, Adam is among the top trailblazing innovators to watch out for in 2019 and we agree. Why? Because he walks the talk of authenticity in how he shows up for the world. We got the chance to hang out in the jungle during ENVISION Festival at the Humans I Trust camp.

    Tune into this immersive sound experience at ENVISION with Adam Roa and Julian.

    • 36 min

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A true renaissance man

Julian is a legend in the flesh, and his podcast is no exception! A true renaissance man of many talents and interests, you can learn a lot just by watching him speak and express. Excited to see what synchromystical portals he opens up on this show.

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