— Clarent Sufi


HyperNormalisation tells the extraordinary story of how we got to this strange time of great uncertainty and confusion – where those who are supposed to be in power are paralysed – and have no idea what to do. And, where events keep happening that seem inexplicable and out of control – from Donald Trump to Brexit, the War in Syria, the endless migrant crisis, and random bomb attacks. It explains not only why these chaotic events are happening – but also why we, and our politicians, cannot understand them.


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Down to Earth is a thought-provoking cinematic experience of the ancient, earthly wisdom. It’s taking us on an inner journey, reconnecting us with our source and the mutual path we are walking. From the heart of the Amazon, to the jungles of India, from the Australian outback to the Kalahari Dessert, from the Andes to the banks of Lake Superior, we meet one-to-one with the Earth Keepers. Humble, connected individuals are still connected to the Earth, the Elements and to the Other Worlds. They have retained a natural balance and live in harmony with All That Is. Having lived in hiding for centuries, the Keepers of the Earth see that now is the time to step forward and share their insights and wisdom with those who are ready to listen.


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Mas con Menos maakt bio-constructies die getypeerd worden door het gebruik van natuurlijke en gerecyclede materialen en die samenwerken met de natuur. Een goed voorbeeld hiervan is de onlangs gebouwde School van het Leven in vredestuin Lung Ta – Spanje (zie video). Deze bio-constructie is zo ontworpen dat de warmte van de zon opgeslagen wordt in het gebouw waardoor er het grootste gedeelte van het jaar geen andere vorm van verwarming nodig is.


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Many things have been tried to resolve the ecological and economic crises. They haven’t really worked. According to Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mohammed Yunnus, the strongest driving force in human beings is their desire and their imagination. He believes that today we must make films and tell stories that spark the desire to build another world. This is what Cyril Dion and Mélanie Laurent decided to do by lining up known solutions in all spheres side-by-side to show what our society could look like tomorrow…


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By focusing on immediate profit and ignoring millennia of experience in agronomy,  agroindustry is responsible for the unprecedented erosion of soils now occurring around the world. Add climate change and dwindling natural resources to the picture, and it would appear that even societies in the Global North are no longer safe from famines. Voices of Transition is a film which is optimistic but clear-sighted. It makes clear that these current and impending crises are, in fact, positive challenges!


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How we see the world determines how we act. Western thought sees us at war with each other over resources. In Indigenous philosophy, we are all related as individuals in balance with nature. Enoughness juxtaposes these two world views and delivers some startling facts.

It is pointed out that “Indigenous peoples territory spans 24% of the earths land surface but is home to 80% of it’s total biodiversity. This is not a coincidence.” Well illustrated throughout, this short film is a powerful testament to living in harmony rather than in competition with each other and the earth.



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The world has changed, but the syllabus hasn’t. Around the world people are working to transform the way we educate economists…


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“The Temple is at the edge of where we bring order to chaos. It is where our community goes to unburden themselves.” – Moze




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If successful business depends on innovation, wonders Ricardo Semler, why are automobiles made essentially the same way today as they were in Ford’s first assembly line 100 years ago? Parallel parking is one of ” the stupidest things we do,” says Semler, “If we had a day, could we not by tomorrow afternoon figure out a way to make a car” that handles better in this common situation — or, on a grander scale, escape from the “silly concept” of oil dependent transportation altogether? The problem, Semler figures, is that there’s “something fundamental about organizations and ‘ leadership that makes it almost impossible for people inside a business to change their own industry.”

Ricardo Semler is the CEO and majority owner of Semco SA, a Brazilian company best known for its radical form of industrial democracy and corporate re-engineering. He enjoys life and he wants Semco’s employees, customers, suppliers and community to be happy as well. That is the real motivation behind Semco. Not growth. Not profits. Not power. Not status. But happiness. His latest book is called The Seven Day Weekend.

The Seven Day Weekend – book review

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“If you want a convincing account of just how deep the shift in our new axial age is and must be, look no further than this brilliant book by Charles Eisenstein, one of the deepest integrative thinkers active today.”

– Michel Bauwens, founder of the P2P Foundation

Sacred Economics (2012) – short film by Ian MacKenzie, a teaser on the ideas of Charles Eisenstein and the return of the gift.


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