2017-09-02 13:18:12

By Phil Borges & Kevin Tomlinson

CrazyWise by Phil Borges & Kevin TomlinsonCrazy…or wise? The traditional wisdom of indigenous cultures often contradicts modern views about a mental health crisis. Is it a ‘calling’ to grow or just a ‘broken brain’? The documentary CRAZYWISE explores what can be learned from people around the world who have turned their psychological crisis into a positive transformative experience.

Ancient Voices, Modern World: Colombia & Amazon

2017-08-02 09:15:45

By Wade Davis

Ancient Voices, Modern World: Colombia & Amazon by Wade DavisAmazon: National Geographic ventures into the rain forest with Wade Davis for an up-close look at the Barasana river people, a group believed to be descendants of the legendary "lost" Amazonians. Davis embarks on a symbolic journey that will honor the group's ancestors and witnesses the rituals that demonstrate respect for this tropical landscape. Colombia: Acclaimed anthropologist and explorer Wade Davis makes a remarkable journey into the heart of war-torn Colombia to visit one of the indigenous groups that call themselves the Elder Brothers. These extraordinary people claim to be the last descendants of a once-great civilization, the Tairona, and to speak with their voice. Could they be the last window we have on the great high civilizations of the ancient Americas?

Dreamtime of the Aborigines

2017-07-06 12:50:42

By Leonard Nimoy (Actor), Kathleen Turner (Actor)

Dreamtime of the Aborigines by Leonard Nimoy (Actor), Kathleen Turner (Actor) DREAMTIME OF THE ABORIGINES is a spellbinding journey into the mysteries of this ancient culture. Join host Leonard Nimoy as he investigates the astonishing philosophy that appears to bind the present, past and future into one and give these people stunning power. Can their doctors perform surgery without entering the body? Do the spirits of their ancestors really guide their steps today? Incredible evidence, revealing interviews and stunning footage of the Aborigines' life in their beautiful, harsh land makes this a memorable inquiry into the myths and realities of one of the world's most enigmatic people.

Artmind - The Healing Power of Sacred Art with Alex Grey

2017-05-31 10:51:47

By Jay Weidner (

Artmind - The Healing Power of Sacred Art with Alex Grey by Jay Weidner (During the course of this exquisite mind expanding DVD, renowned teacher and visionary artist, Alex Grey discusses his artistic vision, life experiences, metaphysical journeys, sacred teachings, and painters that have influenced his work. While exploring the sacred art of spiritual traditions from around the world, he offers insight into the power of sacred art to assist us in revitalizing our health and sense of well-being so that we may open the doors of our perception into the luminous nature of reality, and discover our divine potential. Included are scores of his paintings and sculptures going back over twenty years of creation.

Healers of the Maya (Curanderos de los Mayas)

2017-05-01 13:26:17

By José Gutiérrez

Healers of the Maya (Curanderos de los Mayas) by José GutiérrezFive hundred years after the European conquest of Mexico, the institution of the curandero, or healer, continues to survive among the indigenous Maya of the Yucatan peninsula. In fact, many indigenous Mexicans have immigrated to the United States and brought their beliefs about health care with them. The curanderos are older, respected members of Mayan society, experienced herbalists, psychologist, and community leaders. They have integrated many features of Western society into their world: Christianity is an integral part of their practice, and many of them accept a role for Western medicine. Their world is vibrant, ancient, wise, and colorful, but fast disappearing.