The photographer Joey L. shares in this documentary his experience photographing and living one of India‚??s most holy celebrations at Varanasi, helping us approach the spirituality of its believes and peoples.
This video documentary speaks about the nature of Siberia‚??s shamanism, as a religious practice which, despite the image which we may have, is full of contrasts and differences. Not responding to a single creed, Siberian shamanism varies according to the different traditions held by the various ethnic groups present in the Russian steppes, acting both as a means of spiritual and physical healing.
Siberian Shamans, the origin of shamans
What consequences does Global Warming and climatic change have? Although from modern societies one can be conscious of the problems, traditional and indigenous societies are the ones which struggle with their immediate results. Suffering from desertification and hunger, Mongolia‚??s nomadic peoples must change their ancestral way of life to accommodate the new environmental conditions, as they are increasingly faced by extinction.
Mongolia: I have seen the Earth Change
Since the 18th Century, the Western World has imagined Modernity as the final social solution, and as a goal which every society should head for. But is that truly so? This documentary explores the ancient knowledge which shamanism has, not as a mere pseudo-religious faith as many believe, but as a traditional and effective way of emotional and physical healing.
The teachings of the Shaman (part 1)
Ken Robinson outlines the three main principles through which the human mind flourishes and develops during childhood, as well as the necessity for education to adapt itself to these elements, rather than clinging to a traditional, information-based method which only serves to accomplish ‚??teaching‚?Ě rather than ‚??educating‚?Ě.