13 episodes

From muse to manifestation: exploring why and how people create things

What Origin? is a series of interviews with guests, exploring the origins and motivations behind what they create. We delve into personal experiences in order to examine and explore the creative process, and learn what can help keep people motivated to manifest what they desire. We hope to spread inspiration to listeners in each episode. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatorigin/support

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    • Society & Culture

From muse to manifestation: exploring why and how people create things

What Origin? is a series of interviews with guests, exploring the origins and motivations behind what they create. We delve into personal experiences in order to examine and explore the creative process, and learn what can help keep people motivated to manifest what they desire. We hope to spread inspiration to listeners in each episode. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatorigin/support

    Law and Technology - Pieter Gunst

    Law and Technology - Pieter Gunst

    Pieter Gunst talks about how he became a lawyer, the challenges we face as a society and how technology can be applied to solve common problems. 


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    • 12 min
    Sahar Massachi - Community, Corporate Culture, and Independence

    Sahar Massachi - Community, Corporate Culture, and Independence

    In this podcast we explore the philosophy of communities, the good and bad of corporate culture, and the difficulty of starting an independent lifestyle leaving the rat race. 

    find out more at http://sahar.io


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    • 24 min
    Curious Creations #1: The Slinky

    Curious Creations #1: The Slinky

    This episode is hosted by Chris and covers the history of the invention of the Slinky by Richard T. James, an icon in children's toys. 


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    • 6 min
    ep.10 Kasi Bailey on Creative Hairstyling

    ep.10 Kasi Bailey on Creative Hairstyling

    In this episode we interview Kasi Bailey on creative hairstyling. Shyla hosts and covers tips and tricks for hair, and the daily life of a hairstylist. Kasi Bailey specializes in creative hair coloring, and cuts. You can find out more about Kasi Bailey's work at https://www.instagram.com/rainbow.sorcery/


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    • 22 min
    Ep. 9 Glamputee (Alex Locust)

    Ep. 9 Glamputee (Alex Locust)

    http://glamputee.com

    Alex Locust talks about living with as an amputee and creative ways to empower and have fun with the disability community. Alex Locust is creator of Spill the Disabili-Tea a vibrant, fun and interactive experience for the disabled and advocates. It puts a twist on the common medical model by focusing on humor, and a colorful space to make living with a disability more about community and connection rather than a clinical and dry experience.


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    • 25 min
    ep.8 Christy Smith: Enrichment Project

    ep.8 Christy Smith: Enrichment Project

    https://enrichment-project.com/



    Christy Smith describes her eight year project, called The Enrichment Project into the healing and effects of dance and creative arts. The Enrichment Project is about creating radical rituals for daily living, and Christy has finished a manuscript to be published in the future as a book.

    She says, "By pestering eleven other talented women, I hoped to “just figure this creativity thing out” in about a year or so. We sat down to meals, exchanged bread and salt, and then the real stories began to emerge."


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    • 30 min

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