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In this episode of Conscious Inquiry, host Alexis Brooks discusses the importance of a spiritual approach to the solutions we seek with the co-writer and producer of Thrive, Kimberly Carter Gamble.
Among the topics we discuss are:
-Spiritual and multidimensional reality and attaining an expanded awareness to understand what’s going on in our society on all fronts, internally and externally.
-The fundamental pattern in the universe called the torus and how this pattern serves as both a literal and metaphorical illustration for our lives and the Universe. The torus is the one self-sustaining pattern in nature and exemplifies the distinct and unified aspects of human kind.
-The importance of stillness and silence to understand our multidimensional selves and the nature of the universe.
-Learn how to develop a relationship and trust with ourselves. Learn to embrace every aspect of who we are.
-Learn how to use affirmations and visualize our world as a place of plenty, with all of its inhabitants thriving, as we should be.
-People want to be good and live in a better world. We discuss how so many people are working on making this world a better place through the Thrive Movement.
More about our guest:
Kimberly Carter Gamble is CEO of Clear Compass Media; Producer, Director, and Co-Writer of THRIVE a popular and important documentary that has been translated into 20 languages and seen by ten million people in its first year. Kimberly’s intention with THRIVE was to take a bold and comprehensive look at what is really going on in the world, using an empowering and inviting tone to engage people in effective solutions. The granddaughter of a suffragette, Kimberly was imbued early with a personal sense of the important role for women in ushering in transformative global change.
Kimberly is a former journalist for Newsweek International and is currently CEO of Clear Compass Media. When asked about THRIVE, Kimberly says “Having the courage to risk stepping out of what David Icke calls the “hassle-free zone” is the quality I am most proud to have mustered in this life, and it felt great to infuse the clarity and compassion that come from that process into the story –and production – of THRIVE.”
One especially encouraging insight that emerged for Kimberly in the course of making THRIVE was that the most informed people are consistently the most hopeful, because once the nature of the problem is clear, so are the solutions. Kimberly is committed to using her privilege to empower these bold and leveraged solutions.
Watch Thrive Movie at: www.thrivemovement.com/the_movie