Last month, The Karmic Press infiltrated the premiere of Occupy Love to ask people their thoughts about the Occupy Wall Street movement and how it affected them.
“It was everyone getting together, being creative, trying to figure out how to create change.”
Thanks again to Cheyenne Burroughs for her work and support. ...
From the “Heart of it All” interview description:
Everyone is concerned about economics and right relationship to money, it sits at the center of our personal lives and our culture. All we have to do is look around us at the economic crisis to know that the old systems are collapsing. But what are the new ones that are coming in.
On this week’s show, we want to explore the...
Inspired by Jeremie Battaglia’s gorgeous black and white film on the Casseroles uprising in Quebec, I shot this solidarity march in Vancouver with a pots and pans revolt of our own.
My experience of the march, and I hope what it conveys above, is simple joy. And most of all wonder. This mirrors the reports from Quebec, as shared in the sincere by scathing post “An Open Letter to...
Sharing a short clip from my recent shoot in Japan for another project – Reactor. In this video, Buddhist teacher and yogi Michael Stone shares his thoughts on what it truly means to be in the present moment. For him, there is no difference between being present and being generous – at ease with the flow of life. This is the presence that permeates the Occupy movement… to...
Today I’m excited to release “Sacred Economics” a short film dedicated entirely to the work of Charles Eisenstein and his book of the same name.
After watching the film, head immediately over to listen to a livestream Q&A with myself and Charles.
About the film: Sacred Economics traces the history of money from ancient gift economies to modern capitalism, revealing how...