Aug 6, 2019
Today we welcome Sarah Drew, the visionary author of “Gaia Codex,” to the show for a deeply nourishing conversation on the state of the world today and why our hopefulness is crucial. Tune in for insights on how to remain inspired as a creative being, learn how to take your sacredness off the altar and into the world, and form a deeper relationship to Gaia. This episode will inspire you to take back your title as a caretaker of this Earth and pave the way for more consciousness and peace on the planet.
Learn more about Sarah and connect with her at www.GaiaCodex.com !
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As the visionary author of the GAIA CODEX, Sarah Drew catalyzes powerful blueprints for the future deeply rooted in the gnosis of the past.
Her professional experience includes early forays into creating content for virtual reality platforms as the CEO and co-founder of Serpmon in the 1990s and subsequently working as a producer and creative director on media projects that have explored the edges of digital technology and visionary narrative.
Sarah has been a featured speaker at the graduate level and at organizations such as Google, ABC Deepak Homebase and The Assemblage. She is currently a popular teacher and mentor for women worldwide on topics such as Feminine Wisdom, Evolutionary Culture and Regenerative Technology.
A lifelong explorer of culture and consciousness, Sarah has traveled from the jungles of the Amazon to the high peaks of Bhutan where she has had the honor of studying and living with key lineage teachers. At U.C. Berkeley, Sarah studied Religious Studies.
Her work expresses a deep curiosity and a polymathic approach to exploring multiple disciplines with a focus on humanity’s evolution, the cultivation of compassion and our multi-generational nurturance of Mother Earth.
As a storyteller, she is inspired by regenerative narratives that give us both a deeper understanding of our past and powerful blueprints for the future.
Sarah currently serves on two advisory boards: SHE TV, a new media platform for women and Mission BE an initiative that brings contemplative practices into urban schools. Sarah lives with her husband in Manhattan and on a lush forested farm in the Hudson Valley.
What can we do on a daily basis to benefit others, to benefit all Life?