The movie documents a stunning environmental tragedy taking place on a tiny atoll in the center of the vast North Pacific Ocean.The team photographed and filmed thousands of young albatrosses that lay dead on the ground, their stomachs filled with plastic. The viewing is overwhelming, not only for what it meant for the suffering of the birds, but also for what it reflected back to us about the destructive power of our culture of mass consumption, and humanity's damaged relationship with the living world.
Watch the whole movie at https://www.albatrossthefilm.com/watch-albatross
Read the story of the movie at https://www.albatrossthefilm.com/ourstory
Download your own copy at https://vimeo.com/264508490
SAND guest speaker with a taste of Sufi Whirling
two excerpts from the online SAND event with Thomas
peak oil, carbon footprint, renewables, hydro, nuclear, blah blah blah blah blah blah blah
To celebrate Earth Day we would like to offer you the following mediation, which is a is a love letter to the Earth, written by Thay.
“Through altered state of consciousness work, we’re able to retrieve the parts of ourselves that broke away from trauma.”
the dark stages of dissolution that precede the transformation of butterflies
Wisdom keeper and spiritual master Isira invites us to look into the causes behind the critical challenges we face
Zaya and Maurizio talk about their film projects and the need to spiritually connect people around the world on Prague TV
Intergenerational trauma: the impact of colonization and genocide Indigenous wisdom and the healing of trauma Resistance and healing
67 people from all over the world to take a DNA test. It turns out they have much more in common with other nationalities than they thought ...
In our world right now there are economic and political and surveillance systems that need help in dying.
Modern dreams of death and dying are deeply "humanistic", tethered to a vision of the self as independent and removed from "nature".
Gabor Maté prompts Thomas Hübl to talk about his understanding that trauma is not just an individual but a collective experience.
Covid-19 is the first time in our lives that nature has turned against us on a planetary scale.
Compassion is the ability, by Awareness, to recognize and acknowledge only itself everywhere.
Life and death are not the opposites the modern mind has made them to be.
In a time of growing ecological and humanitarian crises, Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee bears witness to the darkness of the dying myth we are stranded in.
Our interconnectedness is undeniable. There is a singular pulse that weaves us all together. When we lose touch with that pulse, we suffer.
When we engage in the distortion that the relative plane is separate from the absolute, we ignore the reality of the illusion.
“Butterfly brought color to the world. Frog teaches you that if you put others before yourself you will reap the rewards.”
How does one choose to walk closely to the dying every day?
An Open Online Event with Thomas Hübl
an organic and wild conversation between two poets, writers, philosophers and theobiologians
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