Recommendations

Healing

Inner Worlds, Outer World Movie – amazing movie about transcending to a new consciousness of heart. This movie has 4 parts – Akasha, The Spiral, The Serpent and the Lotus, Beyond Thinking.

Samadhi Films, 3 parts – 1. Samadhi Part 1 – “Maya, the Illusion of the Self”, Samadhi Part 2 – (It’s Not What You Think) and Samadhi Part 3 – “The Pathless Path”. This trilogy is an exploration of why Samadhi – union of all levels of self –towards what realization of our true nature. The last part expores the practices and techniques which prepare one for Samadhi.

Documentaries

Documentary about how the world really works and how we ca re-establishing a  society. Four Horsemen is free from mainstream media propaganda, doesn’t bash bankers, criticize politicians or get involved in conspiracy theories. The film ignites the debate about how we usher a new economic paradigm into the world which, globally, would dramatically improve the quality of life for billions.

The story of WikiLeak’s editor-in-chief Julian Assange as seen by documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras

The world’s farmland is at risk. Demand for land has soared as investors look for places to grow food for export, grow crops for biofuels or simply buy up land for profit. The film gives an inside look into the world of investors in the international agro-business and how the politics of the European Union is involved.

The West has positioned itself as the protagonist of the development narrative. Drawing on perspectives gathered from over 150 interviews shot over 4 years in 20 countries, Poverty, Inc. explores the hidden side of doing ,,good”. From disaster relief to TOMs Shoes, from adoptions to agricultural subsidies, Poverty, Inc. follows the butterfly effect of our most well-intentioned efforts and pulls back the curtain on the poverty industrial complex – the multi-billion dollar market of NGOs, multilateral agencies, and for-profit aid contractors. Are we catalyzing development or are we propagating a system in which the poor stay poor while the rich get hipper? In case you like this documentary, check out this one as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tExIa7VRd0.

A grieving father seeks answers after his teenage son dies by suicide. He uncovers painful truths about the impact of social media and the shocking rise in depression among America’s youth. He meets with suicide survivors, prevention experts, and parents trying to understand this increase in teen suicide, while exploring ways to reverse the isolation and disconnectedness that is killing our youth.

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