Global Oneness

NH4_global_oneness-180x135Four short films from across the globe encourages harmony between people and connectedness with every living thing:

“The Land Owns Us”
Bob Randall, a Yankunytjatjara elder and traditional owner of Uluru (Ayer’s Rock), explains how the connectedness of every living thing to every other living thing is not just an idea but a way of living. This way includes all beings as part of a vast family and calls us to be responsible for this family and care for the land with unconditional love and responsibility.

“Knowing How to Nurture Ourselves”: Stephan Fayon, director of an international seed bank in Auroville, India, explains how preserving the diversity of seeds insures against the breakdown of large-scale industrial agriculture. Today the supermarkets in the developed world are full; but if unsustainable systems of agriculture collapse, will we know how to nourish ourselves?

“Seva Cafe: Love All, Serve All”: Seva, or service, is the selfless giving of oneself for the betterment of others and the world around. At Seva Cafe, the concept of service takes the form of a “”pay it forward”” restaurant, where every meal is cooked and served with love.
“An Invitation”: Don Alverto Taxo, a Quichua elder and Iachak (community leader/healer), speaks of the ancient prophecy of the eagle and the condor meeting to bring a new harmony into the world. Don Alverto invites us all to trust the universal human intuition to bring greater harmony into our lives, and to seek after life’s deeper meaning.

Contact Filmmaker & Buy Video
Global Oneness Project DVD is available free of charge for people wanting to share the messages and pay it forward. A downloadable discussion guide is also available:

Executive Producer/Director: Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee
Camera, Editing: Denise Zabalaga
Composer: Scott Salinas
Funded by: Kalliopeia Foundation

All films licensed under Creative Commons license 3.0: Attribution-Noncommercial-No derivative Works

About the Producer:
The Global Oneness Project is a web-based film project that documents our growing understanding of what it means to be part of one interconnected, interdependent world. Since 2006, the Project has interviewed more than 100 people around the world working in the fields of sustainability, conflict resolution, spirituality, art, economics, indigenous wisdom, social justice, and politics. Using new media technologies to spread these stories globally, the project encourages broad dialogue about our responsibility to each other and to life as a whole.

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The website contains background information and website links to the people and organizations featured in the films.

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