• Nepal Earthquake Appeal -  Support Project for Sindhupalchowk Remote District

    Nepal Earthquake Appeal – Support Project for Sindhupalchowk Remote District

    “I’m just sending you this as you were interested to donate some money to the big organisations which are working to support…but not in my area”.   The devastation in Nepal is heartbreaking for us all, although, by witnessing this tragic event from our computer screens, we can just vaguely imagine the fear and desperation view
  • Charles Eisenstein - The Living Planet

    Charles Eisenstein – The Living Planet

    Talking of a Living Planet challenges a key assumption of our civilisation and all system of technology; that there will be no consequences, no hurt, no pain caused, no reason to grief when we destroy what is outside of ourselves. view
  • Kate Magic - Nutrition, Food Freedom & Pharmaceutical Industry

    Kate Magic – Nutrition, Food Freedom & Pharmaceutical Industry

    WATCH THE VIDEO - Raw food promoter and writer, Kate explains how her relationship with food and nutrition started from a spiritual place. view
  • Quest of an Extreme Pilgrim

    Quest of an Extreme Pilgrim

    Interview with Peter Owen Jones. A pioneering ecological thinker and champion of ethics - as a BBC TV presenter, Peter has explored the world's vast pantheon of religious and spiritual ideas and distilled essential wisdom for contemporary modern life. view
  • Dare to Be Great - Polly Higgins on Ecocide Law

    Dare to Be Great – Polly Higgins on Ecocide Law

    Polly Higgins talks about eradicating Ecocide and the simplicity of the few simple steps it will take to implement an International Law of Ecocide. It is an idea whose time has come. She calls on each and everyone of us to dare to be great, to play our part in a creating a better world. view
  • Sunrise: Another World - Film

    Sunrise: Another World – Film

    Sunrise: Another World – May 30th – June 2nd 2013 is the world’s first festival micronation – a free independent state dedicated to creating a more sustainable and joyful world, where ethical principles can dance hand in hand with the spirit of love, unity and celebration. Sunrise: Another World is the first UK music festival to view
  • Evolutionary Enlightenment

    Evolutionary Enlightenment

    [Interview with Andrew Cohen - part 1] Author, spiritual teacher and cultural visionary Andrew Cohen, in this first excerpt of an exclusive interview for Life Arts Media, discusses the very core of the teaching of 'Evolutionary Enlightenment' (which is also the title of his latest book). The scientific theory of evolution and the eastern concept of view
  • Sacred Economics: Charles Eisenstein in conversation with Satish Kumar

    Sacred Economics: Charles Eisenstein in conversation with Satish Kumar

    WATCH THE VIDEO - An inspiring talk, organized by The Gaia Foundation with Charles Eisenstein, author of 'Sacred Economics' and Satish Kumar, editor of 'Resurgence & Ecologist' magazine, as they explore the idea of gift economy from a post-modern perspective view
  • Dan Millman

    Dan Millman: The Way of the Peaceful Warrior

    Former world champion gymnast, university coach, martial arts instructor and college professor Dan Millman developed, following a 20 year spiritual quest, the Peaceful Warrior’s Way as a mode of expressing his learning as teachings. Today Dan is one of the world’s best known spiritual teachers and his 13 books, including the cult classic, Way of view
  • Maya, Kuna, Mapuche and Aymara elders in London

    Maya, Kuna, Mapuche and Aymara elders in London

      “When the condor of the south meets the eagle of the north, the children of the earth will be born. When the tears of these two birds merge, the children of the light will be born.” Filming took place at a Native Spirit Foundation event held at Soas, London in October 2010 featuring a [...]
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Qigong – The Spiritual Benefits of a Non Religious Practice

• March 7, 2014 • Comments (2)
Qigong - The Spiritual Benefits of a Non Religious Practice

Grandmaster Wong Kew Kit discusses how the practice of qigong, with its roots in Taoism and Buddhism, can benefit anyone regardless of their faith.

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In A Moment Of Time In A Moment Of Space

• March 6, 2014 • Comments (0)
In A Moment Of Time In A Moment Of Space

I think Dr. Tyson’s attempt to tackle the mysterious definition of dark matter catalyzed a journey I had taken many times before. Dr. Tyson thought that dark matter was a misnomer, but rather “dark gravity” would better serve the scientific discussion. Dark gravity caught my attention.

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Hidden Knowledge and Hermeticism

• March 6, 2014 • Comments (0)
Hidden Knowledge and Hermeticism

Christina Oakley Harrington is the founder of Tradewell’s esoteric bookshop in Covent Garden, London; she has a doctorate in Medieval history and is a longstanding practitioner in Wicca.

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Talking for Change

• September 30, 2016 • Comments (0)
Talking for Change

On the eve of her Life Changing Conversations workshop at Alternatives this Sunday, author Sarah Rozenthuler explains how having a conversation can open a door to a whole new chapter Have you ever thought about how something as simple as a conversation could be an opening in your life? I’ve seen it time and time […]

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Mukti Mitchell’s 10 Top Tips for Smart Living

• June 9, 2016 • Comments (0)
Mukti Mitchell's 10 Top Tips for Smart Living

“SMART Choices save you time and money, bring you peace of mind, improve your wellbeing, serve your long term happiness, and come back to hug you!” With Big Green Week in Bristol set to bring an exciting programme of ‘Smart Living’ events (11-19 June) demonstrating how our best lifestyle choices combine optimising our personal needs with being ‘Green’ – Mukti Mitchell, author of The […]

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Is Smart the new Green?

• June 7, 2016 • Comments (0)
Is Smart the new Green?

A new generation of eco entrepreneurs introduce ‘Smart Living’ at Big Green Week                   Gathering to promote dynamic action for social and environmental change at Big Green Week in Bristol next week, 11th-19th June – a new generation of entrepreneurs like Mukti Mitchell, Darren Hall and Ross Porter, will be showcasing an […]

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Talking for Change

• September 30, 2016 • Comments (0)
Talking for Change

On the eve of her Life Changing Conversations workshop at Alternatives this Sunday, author Sarah Rozenthuler explains how having a conversation can open a door to a whole new chapter Have you ever thought about how something as simple as a conversation could be an opening in your life? I’ve seen it time and time […]

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Mukti Mitchell’s 10 Top Tips for Smart Living

• June 9, 2016 • Comments (0)
Mukti Mitchell's 10 Top Tips for Smart Living

“SMART Choices save you time and money, bring you peace of mind, improve your wellbeing, serve your long term happiness, and come back to hug you!” With Big Green Week in Bristol set to bring an exciting programme of ‘Smart Living’ events (11-19 June) demonstrating how our best lifestyle choices combine optimising our personal needs with being ‘Green’ – Mukti Mitchell, author of The […]

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Is Smart the new Green?

• June 7, 2016 • Comments (0)
Is Smart the new Green?

A new generation of eco entrepreneurs introduce ‘Smart Living’ at Big Green Week                   Gathering to promote dynamic action for social and environmental change at Big Green Week in Bristol next week, 11th-19th June – a new generation of entrepreneurs like Mukti Mitchell, Darren Hall and Ross Porter, will be showcasing an […]

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Arts

The Mirror Man

• March 6, 2014 • Comments (0)
The Mirror Man

Many illusionists claimed wordy truths along the path,
But it was the Mirror Man who reflected the Wordless World of my Heart

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The Power of Clouds – Govinda Sah Azad

• March 5, 2014 • Comments (3)
The Power of Clouds - Govinda Sah Azad

Artist evokes the spiritual power of clouds and the perils of global warming.

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Henge

• November 14, 2013 • Comments (0)
Henge

Rays of dawning yellow haze, Flood sternly standing stones, With dusty motion.

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Sustainability

Mukti Mitchell’s 10 Top Tips for Smart Living

• June 9, 2016 • Comments (0)
Mukti Mitchell's 10 Top Tips for Smart Living

“SMART Choices save you time and money, bring you peace of mind, improve your wellbeing, serve your long term happiness, and come back to hug you!” With Big Green Week in Bristol set to bring an exciting programme of ‘Smart Living’ events (11-19 June) demonstrating how our best lifestyle choices combine optimising our personal needs with being ‘Green’ – Mukti Mitchell, author of The […]

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Music – a force for change

• June 7, 2016 • Comments (0)
Music - a force for change

Resurgence & Ecologist joins Neil Young’s UK tour and environmental quest Resurgence & Ecologist magazine are to join veteran rock musician and “troubadour of new consciousness” Neil Young, on his tour of Britain and Ireland, to help spread his environmental message. The tour, which starts today, Tuesday 7th June, is accompanied by a Global Village […]

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Reduce Your Carbon Footprint in 2016

• January 6, 2016 • Comments (0)
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint in 2016

Not only is it good for the planet but it also makes you feel better! You may have made your New Year Resolutions for 2016, but have you set intentions for reducing your carbon footprint this year? With the Climate Change Conference in Paris last month highlighting the urgent need for the world’s nations to reduce […]

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Beyond Physical – Pain and Spiritual Healing

• October 26, 2014 • Comments (0)
Beyond Physical - Pain and Spiritual Healing

Sports Massage Therapist Ben Pianese Recalls Road To Healing And Spiritual Journey Sometimes, it takes a singular, unfortunate incident to create an extraordinary change in someone’s life. It may seem, at first, like that one terrible moment is just that: terrible. But life is rarely simple in its revelations. Because as events unfold, a voyage […]

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Aixa Rios – Visionary Artist

• October 7, 2013 • Comments (1)
Aixa Rios – Visionary Artist

My Art work is just a spark to help us remember who we truly are and where we really came from. Once we remember this, we can all return home.

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The Passing

• August 8, 2013 • Comments (0)
The Passing

Beneath dangling, dipping feet The water winds and wends, Speckled like a green night’s sky, With lost hands of dandelion clocks. • Catkins drop from melancholy trees, Fish jump occasionally, Long green tendrils of weed weave the pattern of the days. • Peaceful and intimate, The ripples grow. • Peaceful and infinite,  The rivers flow. […]

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