Shamanism and the Light Body
This presentation on Shamanism and the Light Body explores ancient cultures around the world, that includes shapeshifting, totem poles, power animals, and the natural world. Ken’s demonstrates this information with powerful visual aids and shows how we can apply and modify these practices to our own time
Trail of Tears: Cherokee Legacy
This two hour documentary explores one of the great historical tragedies of America's aboriginal people. In 1830, eager to gain access to lands inhabited by Native Americans, President Andrew Jackson enacted the Indian Removal Act which forced the Cherokee Nation to leave their homeland and relocate into unchartered territory. Many of these forced settlers suffered from exposure, disease and starvation and upon arriving in Indian Territory, they arrived with no past and no future.
Ayahuasca & Mystical Secrets of the Amazon
One of the greatest mysteries of the Amazon is the shamanic use of sacred plants for inducing mystical and spiritual, visionary experiences. One of the most mysterious and miraculous plants of all is Ayahuasca.
The film Include four spellbinding full-length programs and presents the facts about Ayahuasca and its use, along with a fascinating series of live presentations with the best known, most credible Ayahuasca researchers in the world today. Included are exhilarating facts and fascinating discussion for both the scientific and spiritually minded. Features acclaimed Professor of Psychology and author, Stanley Krippner, PhD; Anthropologist and author Luis Eduardo Luna, PhD, and Peter Gorman, noted Drug War journalist and a former Editor-in-Chief of High Times magazine.
Ancestral Voices: Esoteric African Knowledge
A documentary exploring the proof that mainstream religious frameworks and tenets have an African source, as supported by current scientific evidence that humanity originated in Africa. Insights are gleaned through video interviews with individuals in the UK and authentic priests (Okomfos) in Ghana, West Africa, that uncovers significant similarities that challenges most of the negative assumptions surrounding practices widely termed Juju, Obeah, Voodoo or Vodun.
Woman Shaman: The Ancients
This video by Max Dashú reveals the rich cultural record of medicine women, seers, oracles, healers, trance-dancers, shapeshifters, and dreamers—on a global scale. They told us that female spiritual leaders didn't exist, or were rare exceptions, or insignificant; that Indigenous medicine ways were superstitious and backward. All lies. To experience the beauty, power and wisdom of these spiritual legacies is medicine for the spirit, especially for the women who have been pushed down, marginalized, denied, and silenced in the name of religion. These most ancient spiritual ways have immense value—however far back, or deep, we have to go to recover this human birthright.