Associates

Faheem Nusrat

Faheem has followed an interest in Eastern spiritual practice for over 30 years. With lived experience in community he has also worked in the tech industry for many years. He is primarily focused on the ongoing challenge of how deeper ideology free modes of living and thinking can be made accessible. He is also exploring the role that slow living

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Khin Tye

Khin Tye is a Human-Becoming-in-Process and 3rd Space social media co-creator. Born and raised in S.E. Asia, she pursued a materialistic life in America with degrees in Computer Science and MBA, and worked in IT, management consulting and international marketing in Asia. One day she decided that there must be more to life than living comfortably. Her meeting with a spiritual teacher and enlightenment experiences catalysed her to find self-actualisation by living with an intentional community in England, inspired by evolutionary philosophy and meditation. Khin worked in corporate social responsibility, volunteer management, creativity and innovation management, teaching Mindfulness and Qigong, always co-creating with people and organisations offering wholistic solutions for the community, the environment, and the climate crisis.

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Rajan Venkatesh

Rajan Venkatesh is a former journalist with the Times of India. He taught journalism in Mumbai and New Delhi. Inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s vision of community, he later left the city and became an educator within SIDDH, an innovative project working in rural mountain villages. In 2013, to further understand the principles behind the functioning of traditional Indian society and its livelihoods, Venkatesh went on to become a farmer in southern Maharashtra. He is the editor of Raibar, a bi-lingual publication exploring global issues. His insights into community building in rural India offer glimpses into how India can survive the juggernaut of modernity, with its soul and community intact.

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Faheem Nusrat

Faheem has followed an interest in Eastern spiritual practice for over 30 years. With lived experience in community he has also worked in the tech industry for many years. He is primarily focused on the ongoing challenge of how deeper ideology free modes of living and thinking can be made accessible. He is also exploring the role that slow living

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Khin Tye

Khin Tye is a Human-Becoming-in-Process and 3rd Space social media co-creator. Born and raised in S.E. Asia, she pursued a materialistic life in America with degrees in Computer Science and MBA, and worked in IT, management consulting and international marketing in Asia. One day she decided that there must be more to life than living comfortably. Her meeting with a spiritual teacher and enlightenment experiences catalysed her to find self-actualisation by living with an intentional community in England, inspired by evolutionary philosophy and meditation. Khin worked in corporate social responsibility, volunteer management, creativity and innovation management, teaching Mindfulness and Qigong, always co-creating with people and organisations offering wholistic solutions for the community, the environment, and the climate crisis.

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Rajan Venkatesh

Rajan Venkatesh is a former journalist with the Times of India. He taught journalism in Mumbai and New Delhi. Inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s vision of community, he later left the city and became an educator within SIDDH, an innovative project working in rural mountain villages. In 2013, to further understand the principles behind the functioning of traditional Indian society and its livelihoods, Venkatesh went on to become a farmer in southern Maharashtra. He is the editor of Raibar, a bi-lingual publication exploring global issues. His insights into community building in rural India offer glimpses into how India can survive the juggernaut of modernity, with its soul and community intact.

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