(Re)nourishment of the Spirit

Episode 8

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We are back to having guests on the podcast! It only seem fitting to have Sanjana Sekhar as the first guest for the relaunch of Season 3.2, since we are constantly in conversation about healing, embracing change and holding space for the complicated emotions that arise. Sanjana Sekhar (SUN-juh-nah SHAKE-her) is an Indian-American filmmaker, climate activist, and Ayurvedic (Ayervada) wellness communicator. Her work seeks to amplify character-driven stories that heal our human relationships to ourselves, each other, and our planet, with a specific interest in socio-ecological justice, ancestral knowledge, and systems of re-nourishment. Outside of film, she’s a Kathak (KUH-thuk) dancer and the co-founder of Sapling Collective, an interdisciplinary early-career professional group aimed at cross-industry collaborative climate action. In this episode we discuss some of her film projects, how she has shifted away from using the word “regenerative” in her line of work, and what self-determination means to her as she develops her projects from a decolonial framework. To learn more about her work check her out at @sanj___ on Instagram, or visit https://www.sanjanasekhar.com/ 

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Episode 8