I visited the Oakland Museum of California where, in the Grand Hall, there is a full exhibit engaging visitors in a dialog about the history, current status and culture of cannabis legalization in California.
This is a conversation with Director, Author and Activist Charles Shaw about his current project, “At Home in the Dark: a film about trauma and PTSD” which relates personal journeys towards healing as shared by individuals from New York, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, London, Madrid, Berlin, Copenhagen, and Ibiza.
The Secoya elders, plant masters from the Upper Napo Region of the Ecuadorian Amazon
Rainforest, will be present at Guaria de Osa Ecolodge, gathering in
Council and offering teachings this Winter (Dec 2012 – Jan 2013) to
facilitate boundless healing, personal transformation and renewal.
"Given that everything in reality is made of vibrations, sound science is extremely important because it has the unique ability to tune, harmonize, and modify people's vibrations (our journey). Within a sound-scape, one can transcend the physical realm and take sonic leaps and bounds of personal growth. Music brings people of all walks of life together, and it also heals the mind, body, and soul." ~ Julian Reyes / Keyframe-Entertainment (Executive Producer, Electronic Awakening)
In this interview, Mitch Schultz, director of DMT: The Spirit Molecule, describes how a DMT experience inspired him to create a series of documentary films exploring quantum awareness, humanity's relationship to the life force of Earth, and the role of music, open source ideas, and the cyber-realm in generating new, non-destructive meta-mythiologies.
Being honest meant saying the thing I never wanted to admit publicly – that most of my spiritual initiation involved contact with extraterrestrial spirit guides. We're not talking clunky abduction narratives with 1950's tinfoil ships. This is much more shamanic, interdimensional, highlighted by the creative alchemy of awakening to our galactic brothers and sisters.