What is heartfulness? What makes it a crucial part of wellbeing? Let’s dive deep into what the principle of heartfulness is really about in my interview with Hugo Taghom as he talks about his work at Surfers Against Sewage.
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Topics Discussed in this Episode:
The principle of heartfulness
Hugo’s purpose in life and the values that he holds on to
The purpose of Surfers Against Sewage and the work that they do
What we can do to help the government lobby on environmental issues
Heartfulness has something to do with contribution or doing something for other people, gratitude, and reconnecting with the things that you enjoy.
An important part of heartfulness is living truthfully and considerately.
We might never see in our lifetime the full change that we want to see but we have to be optimistic in pushing towards the future we want to see.
Choose sustainable living.
Support positive legislation from government on environmental issues.
Your voice as a citizen does count, so make your voice be heard and solicit a response.
Support environmental organizations and petitions regarding environmental issues.
“There is a silver lining to the public suddenly becoming aware about the finite nature of the planet’s capacity and our need to take action and start to limit what we’re doing as a species on planet earth on we can live here happily into the future.”
“The convenience of today is selling off the future.”
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