Tag: indigenous cultures

Ecuador: The Last Push For A Chance Of A Reprieve On Yasuní

• March 13, 2014 • Comments (3)
Ecuador: The Last Push For A Chance Of A Reprieve On Yasuní

“Do you agree that the Ecuadorean government should keep the crude in the ITT, known as block 43, underground indefinitely?”

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Charles Eisenstein – The Living Planet

• January 20, 2014 • Comments (0)
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.

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ORIGINS – Festival of First Nations

• October 6, 2013 • Comments (0)
ORIGINS - Festival of First Nations

ORIGINS FESTIVAL, LONDON. Wednesday 23 October – Sunday 3 November For a packed twelve days from 23 October to 3 November 2013, Border Crossings brings to London some of the world’s foremost indigenous musicians, dancers and choreographers, theatre-makers, visual artists, film-makers and cooks, to perform and inform, to exhibit and explain, to debate and celebrate at […]

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Native Spirit Film Festival 2013

• October 1, 2013 • Comments (0)
Native Spirit Film Festival 2013

The Native Spirit Foundation announces its 7th Annual Film Festival: 12-19 October 2013 at SOAS, London This year’s festival will screen over 30 films celebrating Indigenous cultures, premiering award-winning films and contributions from across the globe, and hosting several Q&A panel discussions with international guests. The programme of films includes documentaries, feature films, shorts and animation from […]

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Yasuní-ITT Initiative to be Scrapped.

• August 21, 2013 • Comments (2)
Yasuní-ITT Initiative to be Scrapped.

As we career towards a catastrophic 2˚C+ global temperature increase, all that glitters is still black gold.

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From The War on Consciousness to War God

• June 16, 2013 • Comments (0)
From The War on Consciousness to War God

War God also explores the realm of non-local consciousness, with two “Gods of War” inflaming the great battle between the Spanish and Mexican empires.

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30 Years of WOMAD – festival review feature

• August 26, 2012 • Comments (0)
30 Years of WOMAD – festival review feature

WOMAD, “World of Music and Dance”, celebrated a landmark 30 years last month, at Charlton Park in Wiltshire – 30 years as the chief pioneer of world music on this planet. And celebrated in style! Having attended the festival on and off for 17 years, I was delighted to relish the best music I had […]

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Castaneda: What is Fake?

• June 10, 2012 • Comments (3)
Castaneda: What is Fake?

Castaneda, Don Juan, Tibetan Master Norbu, Parmenides, Liars, Infinity and Ayahuasca “Whatever is profound, loves masks […] every profound spirit needs a mask.” Friedrich Nietzsche Tibetan Master Chögyal Namkhai Norbu, world authority on Dzogchen Buddhism, about 3 decades ago, in the early 80’s, reportedly said – during a retreat in the very first community that […]

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Consciousness and Human Career

• March 11, 2012 • Comments (1)
Consciousness and Human Career

An interview with internationally acclaimed author and researcher Graham Hancock by Sonia Doubell Consciousness is our individual responsibility and with it, comes the realization that it is in fact our united responsibility. It was a great pleasure to interview Graham Hancock.  He has spent 30 years researching, writing and documenting the “Human Career”. From ancient, […]

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Time is Art

• January 29, 2012 • Comments (4)
Time is Art

A Film by Gennaro Ambrosino Music by Kristina Georgiou – Life is about the little things; the walk in the park, stroking the cat, singing out of key, making tea. When you give your heart and attention to the moment, there is art. Everyone can be an artist of his or her life with the […]

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