“You can’t run the world based upon the rules that have been developed historically. You have to create an evolving consciousness which is around participation and trust.”- Dr. Royston Flude
In this episode, Ashutosh Garg converses with Dr. Royston Flude, an eclectic polymath and Former Governor, British Association for Counsel. Royston does research in Educational Theory, Community Psychology, and Mathematical Physics. Dr. Royston talks about the three key milestones in his life. He explains what ‘polymath’ is and emphasizes the importance of multi-faceted thinking. Through practice, one can become a polymath and Dr. Royston explains how. He elaborates on facilitating life-changing movements and spiritual understanding. Dr. Royston then discusses mental health and certain aspects of human behavior. He explains effective ways to deal with failure. Later in the episode, he talks about a multi-intelligent approach to address complex and wicked problems. Dr. Royston explains combining commercial, academic, and philanthropic insights to bring illumination of change. In the last section of the episode, Dr. Royston talks about success and spiritual discovery. Tune in to find more.
Dr. Royston Flude, An Eclectic Polymath and Former Governor, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BCAP)
he observes and behaves and has found the esoteric journey of discovery uplifting and positive. A lifelong search for knowledge, understanding and wisdom has brought rich rewards, including recognition as a Speaker and Educator. He is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (FRSM) and the Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). He has been a Governor of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BCAP). Over more than 25 yeas, he has facilitated positive ‘life changing’ movement in adults and youth. He believes that many ‘challenges’ can be linked to self-worth crisis and that trauma may be supressed into the subconscious or people may ‘cope’ by projecting into ‘fantasy worlds’. The reality is that they become ‘prisoners of the trauma’ and ‘fail’ in the present to find harmonious living and happiness. He believes in the empowerment of the ‘feminine’ and Love to all.