This Sacred Earth: The 2012 Phenomenon
This Sacred Earth: The 2012 Phenomenon is a documentary that uses the 2012 prophecies as a way to ask how we can fall back in love with Mother Earth to save both ourselves and the planet.
Don Humberto, Inka Q'ero who hold the indigenous prophecies of 2012 Filmmakers Billie Dean and Andrew Einspruch imbue this film with their trademark lightness of spirit, love of beauty and reverence for the natural world. From their belief that a disconnection from nature is at the root cause of our planetary crisis, the film asks wisdom keepers around the globe what each one of us can do to ensure the 2012 indigenous prophecy of a millennium of peace becomes a reality.
For the Next Seven Generations: The Grandmothers Speak
For the Next 7 Generations documents the momentous journey of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, as they travel around the globe to promote world peace and share their indigenous ways of healing. Originating from all four corners, these 13 wise women elders, shamans and medicine women, first came together in 2004 at a historic gathering in Upstate New York. Motivated by their concern for our planet, they decided to form an alliance: The International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers. The film begins at their first gathering follows them to the Amazon rainforest, the mountains of Mexico, throughout North America, and to Dharamsala, India, for a private meeting with the Dalai Lama. Facing a world in crisis, the Grandmothers share with us their visions of healing and a call for change now, before itís too late. Through their teachings, they are lighting a way to a peaceful, sustainable planet.
The Last of His Tribe (1992)
BETWEEN 1800 & 1900, ALMOST 300,000 NATIVE AMERICANS WERE SLAUGHTERED. IT WAS THOUGHT THAT NONE HAD REMAINED IN THE WILD, UNTIL ONE DAY IN 1911, A DOCTOR & HIS WIFE DISCOVER ONE SURVIVOR - AND WITH HIM, THE SECRETS OF A VANISHED LAND.
This film is a must see for many reasons, primarily because it documents the very end of the ~15,000 year legacy of free Native Americans on this continent: "Ishi," the last Yahi and free ranging Native American is forced by circumstance to enter modern civilization in the early 20th Century in California. The historical significance alone makes it worth seeing.>>>
Genghis Blues (1999)
The extraordinary odyssey of a U.S. blind bluesman, Paul Pena, of Cape Verdean ancestry to Tuva (central Asia), where nomadic people throat sing more than one note simultaneously, using vocal harmonics. He was invited to the 1995 throat-singing symposium. Pena gives inspired performances, composes songs in Tuvan, washes his face in sacred rivers, expresses the disorientation of blindness in foreign surroundings, and makes a human connection with everyone he meets.
Help Me Change The World
"Help Me Change The World" is the new DVD title of don Miguel Ruiz. Compiled from interview footage and archived material, this DVD is a timely and beautiful message about how we can improve the quality of life on the planet. "The Goal of changing the world is finding an equilibrium between generosity and gratitude - which is an expression of real love." - don Miguel Ruiz In English.