32 episodes

Welcome to the Inspired in Berlin podcast, where we're committed to "Unlocking Potential" for everyone everywhere.
Whether you're a driven high achiever or just embarking on your personal development journey, and regardless of whether life's smooth sailing or filled with challenges, our aim is to provide the inspiration and insights you need to live your life fully.
Join us in our mission to nurture the harmonious growth of people and our wonderful planet. Are you ready to embark on this journey with us?

Inspired In Berlin Balach Hussain

    • Society & Culture

Welcome to the Inspired in Berlin podcast, where we're committed to "Unlocking Potential" for everyone everywhere.
Whether you're a driven high achiever or just embarking on your personal development journey, and regardless of whether life's smooth sailing or filled with challenges, our aim is to provide the inspiration and insights you need to live your life fully.
Join us in our mission to nurture the harmonious growth of people and our wonderful planet. Are you ready to embark on this journey with us?

    e32 Creativity & Growth through Movement & Play, with Katharina Dodel

    e32 Creativity & Growth through Movement & Play, with Katharina Dodel

    Cartwheels, making up stories and curiously asking questions, Katharina Dodel is convinced that this is not something only reserved for kids. She's sure: We humans are made for movement, for being active. We stay awake and healthy if we continually encourage and challenge our body and mind.

    Through playing she brings it both together as an endless, constant recombining of possibilities.

    Without comparison and judgment – but with joy and ease. This became the slogan of her work around „wampediboo", her playful orbit where she offers Yoga, Movement Play and Handstand classes.

    Besides playing with the body, Katharina plays with words as a journalist or when writing poetry and prose.



    In this episode we talk about what role does movement play in Katharina's life, how she enriches her movement practice from yoga and vice versa., building a community of creative movement practice, and the story behind Wampediboo!



    Find Katharina on https://www.instagram.com/wampediboo/ and https://www.wampediboo.de/


    ---

    Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/inspiredinberlin/message

    • 1 hr 8 min
    e31 Animals, Africa, and following your heart, with Carla Feuerriegel

    e31 Animals, Africa, and following your heart, with Carla Feuerriegel

    Carla feuerriegel is a ex pharmacist, veterinarian and runs her own travelling company under her name with the slogan travelling in esence.

    Carla is a passionate traveller and guide, an animal lover who loves to share her knowledge not only of animals but of everything she has learned from living and travelling out of the comfort zone.



    In this episode we talk about how she left her comfortable life behind and embarked on adventures in Africa, guiding many groups through multiple countries over the last decade, all the while working to support the local people and the ecology.



    You can find all about Carla's guided trips on https://carlafeuerriegel.com/en/home/ and follow her on https://www.instagram.com/carlafeuerriegel/


    ---

    Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/inspiredinberlin/message

    • 1 hr 12 min
    e30 Myth, Ritual, and Responsibility, with Josh Schrei of The Emerald

    e30 Myth, Ritual, and Responsibility, with Josh Schrei of The Emerald

    Join me for this conversation with Josh Schrei of the Emerald podcast, about myths as lived experience, ritual and lack thereof, rapture and responsibility, and much more.

    Please find Josh's podcast at Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1OwFblqZ7FIkLSW4rvbJEF?si=07203d7ddaf4494d

    and support his work through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theemeraldpodcast

    Joshua Michael Schrei is a writer, teacher, and a lifelong student of the cosmologies and mythologies of the world — in particular the Indian subcontinent. Throughout a lifetime of teaching, study, meditation and yogic practice, wilderness immersion, art, music, and public speaking, Josh has sought to navigate the living, animate space of the imagination and advocate for a world that prioritizes imaginative vision. Josh has taught intensive courses in cosmology, mythology, and somatic disciplines for over a decade. He has lectured on art, aesthetics, and mythology at museums and contemporary arts centers around the world. His writing has appeared in several books and he is the creator of The Emerald Podcast, which explores the human experience through a vibrant lens of myth, story, and imagination.


    ---

    Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/inspiredinberlin/message

    • 1 hr 18 min
    e29 Coming to our Senses, with Eylam Langotsky

    e29 Coming to our Senses, with Eylam Langotsky

    How many senses do you have? How common are extra-ordinarily amplified senses?

    Is our modern life overloading our senses or has this been going on for millenia? and how do we re-balance our experience of the world through our senses?

    All this and many stories in this episode of the Inspired in Berlin podcast with Eylam Langotsky.

    Eylam has an academic background is in History and Philosophy of Science and is a prominent practitioner and teacher of somatic coaching based in Berlin. Find out more about Eylam at http://eylamatwork.com/



    Please follow and share the podcast. Your support is what keeps this labor of love going and I appreciate every bit of feedback and resonance :)


    ---

    Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/inspiredinberlin/message

    • 1 hr 42 min
    e28 Tech for the planet with Sowmya Subramanian

    e28 Tech for the planet with Sowmya Subramanian

    How is technology helping kids in underprivileged communities, cleaning the oceans, and enhancing creativity? Tune in to listen!

    Sowmya Subramanian is a seasoned product manager with a deep-rooted passion for creating products that make a tangible impact. She works at Development Seed, a geospatial software development organization working to solve some of the world's toughest problems. She thrives on addressing global challenges, fighting climate change, and meeting humanitarian needs. One of her greatest strengths lies in her ability to connect the dots across diverse idea threads, synthesizing information to envision and execute transformative product strategies. As a firm advocate for greater impact, Sowmya actively fosters best practices through open-source collaboration, recognizing the power of collective innovation in driving positive change. Sowmya's unwavering commitment to addressing global challenges, fighting climate change, and meeting humanitarian needs positions her as a catalyst for meaningful transformation. With expertise in product management and a steadfast dedication to sustainability and social responsibility, Sowmya is driven to build a better and more sustainable future for all.



    Find out more about Sowmya and Development Seed at https://developmentseed.org/team/sowmya-subramanian



    Please follow and share the podcast. Your support is what keeps this labor of love going and I appreciate every bit of feedback and resonance :)


    ---

    Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/inspiredinberlin/message

    • 55 min
    e27 The Emotional Body w Eylam Langotsky

    e27 The Emotional Body w Eylam Langotsky

    How do emotions show up in our life? What is the short-term and long-term impact of suppressing emotions, and how does transformation and learning look like.

    In this episode, Eylam and I talk about noticing when we're out of sync with our emotions and working with them, through the body.


    ---

    Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/inspiredinberlin/message

    • 1 hr 29 min

Top Podcasts In Society & Culture

Fail Better with David Duchovny
Lemonada Media
Stuff You Should Know
iHeartPodcasts
Shawn Ryan Show
Shawn Ryan | Cumulus Podcast Network
Freakonomics Radio
Freakonomics Radio + Stitcher
This American Life
This American Life
Blame it on the Fame: Milli Vanilli
Wondery