Digital Wizards, Beauty Nerds, Jazz Singers and more reflect on their unique journeys, passions and habits to fuel change and transformation in their lives.
By Freddie & Rakshita
The London Sense Supper Club offered a space for introspection and reflection, be it our passions, habits, our careers; our past, present and future. It was remarkable to see the level of energy and motivation around the table to make things better and make better things.
Meet the table
- Julia // Creative Champion & Wellness Wonderwoman
- Freddie // Drawer, Knitter, Sewer, Baker
- Mirela // Brand Strategist & Beauty Nerd
- Zac // Pro-Gamer & Design Thinker
- Susanne // Social Entrepreneur & Jazz Singer
- Alex // Digital Wizard & App Designer
- Emma // Fantasy Writer & Dance Addict
- Phil // Photographer & Anthropologist
- Andrea // Love, Relationships & Intimacy Coach
- Rakshita // Culture Hunter, Art Lover & Podcaster
The experience on the night has been summed up perfectly by Andrea: “I loved the spirit at the Sense Supper Club – transformation is what moves us all forward and expands us further into the now. We live more fulfilled lives as a result.”
Here are some of the highlights from around the table on the night:
- We felt a strong sense of making the most of now. The night was all about taking risks, making changes and transformations for a better future.
- ‘The Manual of the Warrior of Light’ by Paulo Coelho – true to the sentiment of the night on changing careers & chasing different passions – this book explores the embrace of uncertainty, change, carving out our own paths to chase our dreams and to create our own destiny.
- Are we always projecting our happiness towards the future? How can we live in the present and make the most of now? Here’s an interesting quote that Alex had highlighted a quote from Sergei Shnurov the lead singer of the Russian punk rock band Leningrad, “The meaning of life is not having to ask that question.“
- Might we reconsider the use of the word ‘should’ to get rid of our inner-policeman altogether?
- Does your body know the truth of an experience over your mind? Your mind has the ability to repress, construct and modify memories under stress but our bodies always remember: to find out more look up Andrea’s book suggestion ‘The Body Keeps the Score’ by Bessel van der Kolk.
- ‘Prisoners of Geography’ by Tim Marshall – a book that maps out political strategies, movements and ideas of the world’s most crucial regions that are constrained by geographical features.
- Check out Phil’s photography on his website – you can also get in touch with him for enquiries on photography workshops in London.
- Check out the Museum of happiness – explore happiness, boost your mood and get rid of your stress with interactive experiences, workshops and activities!