My guest Amikaeyla Gaston has a powerful story. After surviving a devastating and heinous hate crime, she’s focused her energy and her gifts as a musician on helping political refugees, war survivors and at-risk populations begin the process of healing by creating an environment where everyone has a voice.
Amikaeyla Gaston is an international award-winning singer, activist, and executive director/founder of the International Cultural Arts & Healing Sciences Institute.
In this episode, Ami discusses:
- The profound role that music and vibration plays in our lives
- The hate crime that almost took her life, and the near death experience she had
- Her TEDx talk: Dare to Be Dauntless
- Performing for the Dalai Lama
- Our damaging cultural worldview
- Unconscious bias
- Being beyond
- The barrier mindset
- What will it take to actually make a shift in the collective consciousness?
- Dr Fran Peavey’s conversation modality: Strategic Questioning
Learn more about Amikaeyla:
- World Trust: https://www.world-trust.org/amikaeylagaston
- International Cultural Arts & Healing Sciences Institute: https://icahsi.org/
- Ami’s TED Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nw09D3GJrAE
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