Episode 21: How art can be a doorway to heaven, hell and beyond

In the interview I speak with the violinist Miha Pogacnik on how classical music can be a way to unleash the creative potential lying dormant in individuals and organizations. He further addresses how music and art can be a tool for leaders wishing to create change in the world. Embedded in great music are archetypes, patterns and themes that speak to who we really are as human beings, and even more – if we dare – can give us hints to what we actually can become.

If you feel inspired or provoked by our conversation feel free to add your comments after the interview. You can also send in a written piece of work and get it published together with this episode. Further details can be found here.
 

Episode links:
Miha Pogacnik
Miha´s dream
The story of Terra Parzival(written by Miha)
Trondheim
Art & Buisness
Miha´s deconstruction of Theory U
Theory U – Otto Scharmer
The Art of Gentle Warriorship (a short video interview with Miha)
Michael Conrad interviewing Miha (part 1)
Michael Conrad interviewing Miha (part 2)
The Buisness Sonata(a short video documentary)

 

 

James Alexander Arnfinsen (redaktør)
James Alexander Arnfinsen (33) er lærer og arbeider ved Åsvang Skole i Trondheim. Han har i tillegg en variert opplæring innenfor dialogbasert prosessledelse, nærværstrening og konflikthåndtering. I fritiden trener og instruerer han aikido. Han er oppvokst i Oslo, men har studert og arbeidet i Trondheim siden 2005. Ta kontakt med James på følgende adresse: james.arnfinsen @ gmail.com
James Alexander Arnfinsen (redaktør)
James Alexander Arnfinsen (33) is a teacher, his subjects being geography, religious studies and sports science. He is currently working as a teacher in primary school. In his free time he practices Aikido, a Japanese martial art that in it´s essence is about creating a healing relationship towards oneself and others. James lives in Trondheim, Norway.