Collective Trauma Integration w/Murray Hidary
By Jay Campbell
October 20th, 2020
The onset of COVID-19 brought a lot of turmoil into our world, but that doesn’t automatically spell doom and gloom.
All of humanity is facing a dark night of the soul, but there is a light at the end of this for those willing to look.
The pandemic has forced most of us to confront our traumas head-on.
While that’s enough to make any of us uncomfortable, it’s also the vital first step we need to take towards collective healing.
What can we do to facilitate the healing process for ourselves and others?
How can we use our newfound connectedness to create a better world for all who live in it?
In this episode, tech pioneer, visual artist, and composer at MindTravel, Murray Hidary shares how to connect with ourselves, others, and the world around us.
There’s something powerful about going through this trauma together.
Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
- How to make a difference in the world
No matter where our expertise lies, we all have a role to play in making the world a better place. Tap into individual talents to create something that is of service to others.
- Why we need to recondition our mindsets
We’ve been taught to believe that we go through life on our own, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Once we start believing we’re all in this together, there’s nothing we can’t achieve collectively.
- How to engage with others more effectively
Doing unto others as we’d have them do unto us is one thing, but we could take that a step further. We’re all connected more than we realize, so we should be treating people as an extension of ourselves.
Murray Hidary is a multi-disciplinary artist and tech pioneer.
He is also the creator of MindTravel, an experiential music company dedicated to helping audiences connect to each other and their surroundings, and move them to purpose through music.
Murray’s work with MindTravel has been featured on various media platforms, including among others The Doctors.
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