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Jazbaa Podcast is designed to express real stories that will help us add value and to have discussions out in the open on taboo subjects that surround us on prohibited or restricted behaviours.

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Jazbaa Podcast is designed to express real stories that will help us add value and to have discussions out in the open on taboo subjects that surround us on prohibited or restricted behaviours.

    A Synthesis of art & music on intuitive drawing with London artist Lucia Colella

    A Synthesis of art & music on intuitive drawing with London artist Lucia Colella

    This weeks episode is dedicated to understanding how Lucia created self-discovery through art, where she is guided through art-making processes to explore and understand who she is through her own work. Lucia uses her intuition, her mind, & her subconscious self to let the rhythm of the music lead the way to express her creative flow that reflects in her emotional healing. Lucia uses art as an expression to understand her conscious and subconscious mind, We discuss how art is a way to get clarity on what emotions we are holding back, Lucia’s art is an expression of her emotional and psychological needs.

    Through her work, she is supporting a number of mental health institutes dealing with dementia, autism and vulnerable groups.

    Lucia is currently the artist in residence at artFix London and exhibits her works at the Black Heath Conservatoire.

    Listen out for:


    Art is used to releasing emotional energy
    The lack of female role models and representation of women artist
    Female heroes breaking glass ceilings
    How using intuition, mind, subconscious to evolve through and emotional healing
    How we can get involved to help support local artist and support refugees

    About Lucia…

    Lucia has painted scenery for different theatre productions (The Gate Theatre /The Young Vic/The Jermyn Street Theatre) and painted theatre costumes for productions of Beauty and the beast /Riverdance and Cats.

    Lucia has exhibited regularly at Blackheath and Charlton and North of London at the Menier Gallery  (London Bridge) and The Espacio Gallery (Bethnal Green).

    She has taught students rudimentary expression with experimental methods in gesture and freedom at the Strand, King’s College,  London.

    Most recently she has lent her talents to the Royal Borough of Greenwich facilitating artworks with local communities, culminating in a successful exhibition of printmaking, sculpture and installation at the Woolwich centre library.

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    Social Media:

    Instagram: @onmyway.tothetate

    Instagram: @jazbaa_coaching 

    Email: info@artfixlondon.com

    Website: https://www.artfix.org.uk/lucia-colella-solo-exhibition/

    Links/people mentioned in the Episode:

    Website - https://www.bizgees.org/

    Arts4refugees: https://www.arts4refugees.com/

    Instagram - @Art4refugees

    • 44 min
    The Power of Art in Activism

    The Power of Art in Activism

    This weeks episode is dedicated towards Art as activism and how art can take the form of radical, vulnerable exposure. London based Artist Sarah Harper is using money art as a form of activism and using profits made from her work to help non-profit organisations like arts4refugees helping empower refugees into becoming entrepreneurs. Her work has been exhibited and appreciated across many art galleries around London and across Europe.

    Sarah's art as activism is currently supporting movements such as black lives matter.

    In this weeks episode, Sarah is sharing her knowledge with us along with steps on how we can support local businesses as well as making an impact.

    Listen out for:


    Art is used as a mechanism for justice
    Graffiti Art, Street Art is an expression for social change
    Profits transform Refugees into Entrepreneurs
    Banknotes known as Money Art movement
    How to get involved and support Harper Bizarre Art

    About Sarah

    Sarah J Harper’s work has been exhibited internationally, including the Saatchi Gallery, Tate Modern, and Tate Britain in London, and The Wien Museum in Austria. She is one of the featured artists in the money art projects ‘Cash Is King’ and ‘For The Love Of Money Art’ books and exhibitions, using banknotes as a form of protest art. Member of the ‘Secret Society Of Super Villain Artists’, a worldwide network of artists set on making a difference in the world while having a little fun doing it. Sarah studied mosaic, ceramics and other arts at college, and produces unique mixed media artwork under the name ‘Harper Bizarre Art’. Her work can be found in London spaces in SE10 at ‘Made In Greenwich’ and ‘artFix’, including exclusive designs. Sarah’s work can also be found at a variety of market spaces in the London area including events by ‘Art Plumstead‘.

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    Leave us a review on Apple iTunes Jazbaa Podcast. Tag us @harperbizarreart or @jazbaa_coaching on Instagram

    Links/people mentioned in the episode:

    Social Media:

    Instagram: @harperbizarreart

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HarperBizarreArt

    Email: harperbizarreart@gmail.com

    Website: https://harperbizarreart.com/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/Harper_Bizarre

    Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/HarperBizarreArt/

    Links/people mentioned in the Episode:

    Website - https://www.bizgees.org/

    Arts4refugees: https://www.arts4refugees.com/

    Instagram - @jazbaa_coaching 

    Instagram - @Art4refugees

    • 35 min
    Politics Of Skin Tone - BLM

    Politics Of Skin Tone - BLM

    Introduction

    This episode is focused on showcase diversity instead of simply preaching it.

    If years of colonial rule conditioned us to view fair-skinned individuals as superior, then we must implement the same methods leaders used to gain official independence to decolonize our mindset and standards of beauty. We are discussing 4 main topics today from why black lives matter significantly to understanding how Muslim black people have been impacted all their lives.

    We discuss LQBTQ+ and how colourism is showing up along with racism in the South Asian community.

    As a society, we need to demand to bring people of all colour, shapes and sizes into mainstream media that allows people to create their own authentic ideals.

    Listen out for:


    Tips on how mothers can enlighten their children on actively being anti-racist
    Black Lives Matter movement
    9/11 changed lives and racism was on the rise
    Pride - LTBTQ+ rights
    Black Muslims - south Asian discriminating against black Muslims
    Black lives matter VS All lives matter - what’s the difference?
    How religions like Islam, Hinduism shows up int the topic of race
    Black documentary recommendations on Netflix and Prime
    Bollywood and colourism - how actress of certain skin tone was hired

    About Farheen…

    If you've ever wanted to know why Muslims do what they do, Farheen is here to answer all of your curiosities regarding being a Muslim in a Muslim-minority world. She also brings on regular Muslim guests to her own podcast show

    who are contributing to society in multiple ways. Her goal is to break down barriers and make sure listeners learn that on the inside, we are all the same. Farheen also hosts a weekly show at a local Radio station where she is based in Dallas, Texas.

    We are talking with a mother who describes herself as a  “Noise-Maker”

    Farheen has a unique and direct way to express how millennial Muslims want to show up as well as practising the core values of the religion.

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    If you have a story you wish to be heard or want to participate in being a guest for the show please feel free to connect with me. All my details are in the bio of the Instagram page. @jazbaa_coaching

    Links/people mentioned in the episode:

    Social Media:

    Email: TheModMuslim@gmail.com

    Instagram: @themodmuslim

    Facebook: Millennial Muslim Freeni

    Links/people mentioned in the Episode:

    Instagram - @jazbaa_coaching

    Facebook - Jazbaa (page)

    The LGTB Bollywood movie mentioned: Shubh Mangal Saavdhan

    • 50 min
    “Thank you for being a friend” (I wanna thank you)

    “Thank you for being a friend” (I wanna thank you)

    Relationships need to built on truth. Friendships are the foundation of most relationships. We have to define what a relationship means to us and different words mean different things.

    We talk about how connections can build meaningful friendships and relationships. This is what helps define whichever ‘ship’ you are on that there is a connection.

    Our speaker Rob has three decades of the truth-seeking journey experience. Rob is an author of FIRST FACE NORTH: THE TRUTH SEEKER’S WAYFINDER with over 2 million readers. This book helps reduce stress and make for a happier and more meaningful life illustrated by 34 beautiful, timeless and poignant stories to provoke reflection and stimulate deeper insight.

    We use our skills, language, money, and feeling of belonging to measure the matrix of relationships however is there a way to ever measure this?

    There is no clear definition of what a relationship is.. so we have to make sense of the world we live in based on societal norms and therefore have a fussy understanding of expectations that we hold.

    Listen out for:

    *4 stages of evolution of CONNECTION

    *Friendships are how we define them?

    *Frenemies - we think they are your friends but you don’t know where you stand, trust comes up in this podcast

    *Relationship currency… what’s your equation with what friend…

    *How can we navigate relationships and how we can communicate better

    *How couples have more fulfilling relationships

    *How to overcome a breakup

    About Rob…

    Rob believes that everyone should feel loved and accepted.  His focus is to help good people have great relationships.

    He's on a quest to find the good people committed to great relationships and working with them to make relationships simpler.

    Like this episode?

    Leave us a review on Apple iTunes Podcast. Tag us @Jazbaa_coaching on Instagram

    If you have a story you wish to be heard or want to participate in being a guest for the show please feel free to connect with me.

    All my details are in the bio of the Instagram page. @jazbaa_coaching

    Links/people mentioned in the episode:

    Social Media:

    Website: https://makerelationshipssimple.com

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robjmcphillips/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/robmcphillips

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robjmcphillips

    Email:  rob@makerelationshipssimple.com

    Links/people mentioned in the Episode:

    Instagram - @jazbaa_coaching

    Facebook - Jazbaa (page)

    • 33 min
    “Get your groove on” Sexual Healing

    “Get your groove on” Sexual Healing

    Today's episode is dedicated to sexuality, emotional bonds, organisms and healing. There is a lot of stigma around tantra and discussing sexuality but it’s totally acceptable to listen to music that is selling sex as meaningless experience. We are not here to talk just about sex like you have probably heard through the music today. We are here to educate those who would like to dive into parts of emotional intelligence required to have a deeper connection with themselves.

    Our expert has 20 years of experience from practising Tantra in different parts of the world to helping those interested in tantra, sensuality, intimacy and higher quality sexuality with individual and paired ThetaTantra programs.

    1 in 3 women don’t experience an orgasm and most don’t talk about this because they think ‘something is wrong with them’.In this weeks episode, Andrea is sharing her knowledge with us along with steps on the healing process. Tantra is about enlightenment: to transcend both the sexual and spiritual planes by engaging in deeply meditative, spontaneous, and intimate sex. 

    **Disclaimer** there is Strong language in this podcast so please be mindful where and who you are listening to this episode around.

    Listen out for:


    Make time for connections to feel. We all live busy lives and it’s hurting your sex life
    Your body is carrying conscious and unconscious traumas - how do we connect with our unconscious part?
    Sexual trauma experiences and how it can show up in your sex life
    How childhood traumatic experiences can show up in your sexual relationships
    We are orgasm beings - We are all able to have orgasms
    Why do we feel safe? Why don’t we feel relaxed?
    How can you wake each other up sexually - how can you be open for pleasure
    We cover how long it takes for women to open up…
    Why don’t we allow someone to get close to us? Are women too independent of relationships
    We talk about how to work with different senses of your body such as smell and how we can work to awaken our senses

    About Andrea...

    I started learning and practising Tantra in different parts of the world, which became part of my everyday life relatively soon. Believe me, this is a way of life for me, whether I live alone or in a relationship. Currently, in addition to tantric massages, I am also looking for those interested in tantra, sensuality, intimacy and higher quality sexuality with individual and paired ThetaTantra programs.

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    Social Media:

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/girishaandrea/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/girishaandrea/

    Freebie on safety: https://mailchi.mp/1a8fbed77009/safeintimacy?fbclid=IwAR0AWiYj-ACeiMAJZpqpRyqZwE1MWg9N_r3PnMYAvkdIIRlnWCpPooRB6qA

    Website: http://www.girisha-andrea.com/home

    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrea-steigler-6762088/

    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7pQjeL48v_38qxS3GetIAg?view_as=subscriber

    Links/people mentioned in the Episode:

    Instagram - @jazbaa_coaching

    Facebook - Jazbaa (page)

    • 58 min
    “People who create their own drama deserve their own karma” Friendships at work

    “People who create their own drama deserve their own karma” Friendships at work

    Introduction

    This episode is talking about friendships and how to manage relationships in the workplace.

    The way we work today and our behaviours have changed and we no longer need to be anyone different in a workplace to who we are outside of a workplace. In order to work better, we need to work on ourselves.

    We talk about management styles and how your manager is not your CEO.

    This podcast goes into diversity and race and how this can be used against you but its the way you work through these situations that will work in your favour in the long term.

    Jackie is an exceptional speaker who shares how we can have awkward conversations with work colleagues when things are not going well. Which will also include tips on how we can show up at work for ourselves and have boundaries.

    If you can’t afford a consultant or a coach what should you do as a start-up of a small team?

    Listen out for:

    * How to manage friendships at work

    * Race, diversity comes up as a way to divide employees through ‘he said’ ‘she said’ 

    * How being a south Asian and middle eastern backgrounds show up at work

    * World views in startups and how this has changed

    * Are friendships at work used to influence people in your favour

    * How feedback should be given to different employees

    * Relationship dynamics are changing

    * Friends are the family we choose for ourselves

    About Jackie

    Jackie is a triple-certified coach, Enneagram, Life, and Neurolinguistic Programming in the greater NYC area, working with individuals and companies to create sustainability and reach goals through self-awareness and emotional intelligence. Jackie helps people understand the WHO, WHAT, and WHY they are at their core. She is the CEO and founder of Table for 9 Coaching, host of the Table For 9 Podcast, and mom-friend of the group. Jackie loves digging the “goal-d” out of everyone and all things Abraham Lincoln. 

    You can find her binge-watching The Office or at www.tablefor9coaching.com & @tablefor9coaching.

    Like this episode?

    Leave us a review on Apple iTunes Podcast. Tag us @Jazbaa_coaching on Instagram

    If you have a story you wish to be heard or want to participate in being a guest for the show please feel free to connect with me.

    All my details are in the bio of the Instagram page. @jazbaa_coaching

    Links/people mentioned in the episode:

    Social Media:

    Website: www.tablefor9coaching.com

    Instagram: @tablefor9coaching

    Podcast: Table For 9 Podcast

    Book in a session with Jackie: Request to Book Jackie

    Links/people mentioned in the Episode:

    Instagram - @jazbaa_coaching

    Facebook - Jazbaa (page)

    • 28 min

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