Culture is evolving. Communities are evolving. The world is evolving. We are living in a pivotal time in human history where we are finding ourselves more divided than unified. With 2020 Crystal Vision around the corner, now, more than ever, are we being asked to go back to basics and remember the truth of unity and oneness amongst ALL people. This is beyond race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and religion. This is about us honoring the fact that diversity is what allows this human experience to be vibrant, interesting, and exciting. While there is an energy of Spiritual Narcissm happening in the Spiritual Community at large, true leadership as a Spiritual Teacher and Leader comes down to being humble and connecting with others who are not like you. Others who have different stories, upbringings, challenges, and interests. There is no separation but we are clearly seeing this idea of separation in communities whose ethos is supposed to be about oneness and true connection.
Gladys Nyoth is an African Indigenous Chef, advocate and immigrant who’s on a mission to restore love and to cultivate genuine community amongst all walks of life. Honoring the diversity of humanity in all it’s forms, Gladys believes that through food and through love, we have the power to anchor the New Earth. In this conversation, we are talking about honoring the ancestors and how we can implement a smooth transition between the old and new paradigm. This time is about us remembering what this life is all about… community, connection, and love. From that embodiment, we anchor Heaven on Earth and a culture and civilization that can revolutionize the world as we know it.
In this Episode, Gladys and I talked about…
◆ Honoring our individual journey + how it relates to the collective journey
◆ The transition into the New Earth
◆ Connecting to others outside of your community + the “conscious community”
◆ Embracing the evolution of the times as a “modern woman”
◆ The Truth about the rampant rise of Spiritual Narcissism in the conscious community
◆ How to harmonize culture with sacred commerce + breaking bread
… and so much more.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Discover More from Gladys Nyoth
Born and raised in France, from Cameroonian origins Gladys Nyoth is a chef and artist that has dedicated her life to bridge the gap between the modern and ancient worlds via art, research and community. For 7 years, she has spread cultural awareness with her nomadic restaurant, Mbombo by creating immersive dinners showcasing the hidden treasure of Africa. Throughout her journey, she combined both her performing art and culinary skills to publicize her African heritage on mainstream such as Tastemade, Google and the African Channel. Gladys Nyoth is currently opening an indigenous incubator that will be a blend between a restaurant, a ted-talk like platform and a conscious social club dedicated to unify the western and indigenous community. The incubator will be part of an integration system to preserve the indigenous voice in areas like medicine, technology and the future of the corporate world.
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