January 2, 2011
"The Collective Evolution" is a documentary aimed at showing the current state of the world, why it needs to be changed, and how each and every one of us can play a role in changing it.
The documentary addresses this need for change through five individual yet interrelated structures society has come to rely upon - finance, education, religion, entertainment/media, and health/food.
Each of these structures is fully broken down to show viewers how they have come into place, and why their continued existence can no longer be supported. The documentary concludes by drawing attention to consciousness.
Addressing who we truly are, what we have come on this planet to do, and most importantly how we can go about doing it.
The Human Experience
November 02, 2012
The documentary does this by addressing exactly who we all are, and why we are here. It further delves into each of the key pieces that make up the human puzzle, namely the planet, the body, and the ego.
The documentary concludes by addressing the shift in consciousness that has already begun and continues to intensify on the planet.
It's intention is to further provide the viewer with the tools and understanding it needs to step out of current limitations and instead experience the infinite potentiality we are all capable of.
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February 28, 2014
This is the third installment from the series The Collective Evolution in which the authors claim that there's a rebellious fluctuation stirring every aspect of our planet.
The people are waking up, they're in the streets, they're educating themselves, and they're demanding change. It seems the days of the quiet citizen are becoming numbered as more and more grow tired of our current ways.
In 2011, Time magazine gave person of
the year to the "protester."
And the protester once again became a maker of history.
Greek people were unhappy with unemployment and the state of the
economy and decided to take their displeasure to the streets.
Millions took to the streets
and effectively overthrew their government. In 2013 the Egyptians
were at it again, this time protesting over economic and security
issues. They once again successfully overthrew their government to
bring about change.
2013 was also home to the march
against Monsanto. It
featured over 2 million people from 52 countries.
The general populations is standing up for themselves and demanding change...