What is Shamanism?
Al Romao speaks about the nature of shamanism, and his experience as a shamanism practitioner. Both as a medical discipline and a religion, shamanism achieves not only physical healing through a variety of methods such as plants and sounds, but also an emotional and spiritual development, through the connection of the spirit world and the individualâ??s essence.
Which is the basic nucleus shared by all religious traditions all across the globe? Which is the real path to get in touch with the divine? This video shows us how the Gnosis has been â??and is- present all across history, with sexuality as one of its main tools to reach the divine.
Sexuality and Eden
The Park Slope Food Co-op (PSFC) was founded in 1973 and in forty years, it has grown into a 16,000+ member community supermarket. His general manager, Joe Holtz states, "We knew we were trying to start a cooperative, and we thought, well, cooperation means people working together and we felt like we were growing up into a society where there wasn't enough people working together." The co-op is a democratic food space where members are required to commit their time and encouraged to raise their voices by working shifts and attending meetings.
A Brooklyn Story: The Park Slope Food Co-op
The Sami speak about their own culture, traditions and social structure, as these remnants of early European cultures struggle to survive and maintain their ancient customs in a world where their territory, traditions and future as being disputed.
The people of the Wind of the Milky Way
This video shows the way of life of Gjoa Havenâ??s Inuit community, located in central Nunavut as one of the richest Inuit spaces in all of northern Canada.