This page features links to media exploring some of the concepts that inspired the music on this album.


Site links

films for action - brilliant site for social change films, documentaries and other media.

the mind unleashed - another great site for inspiring content.

live learn evolve - "A creative collection of conscious content aimed at provoking an expansion of both mindset and perspective in all aspects of life"

truth theory - "thought-provoking, educational, and entertaining material"

spread the word - "to counter the continuing consolidation of mainstream media and its limited and agenda-based reporting"

my yoga online - an incredible subscription resource for online yoga classes

Film selection

Crossroads: Labor Pains of a New Worldview is a documentary exploring the depths of the current human condition and the emergence of a worldview that is recreating our world from the inside out.
Weaving together insights and findings from biology, psychology, network science, systems science, business, culture and media, the film reveals the inner workings of the human experience in the 21st century, urging viewers to step out of the box and challenge their own assumptions about who we really are, and why we do what we do.
Crossroads places evolutionary context to today’s escalating social unrest, natural disasters, and economic failures. It illuminates the footsteps of an integrated worldview, penetrating its way through the power of social networks to the forefront of our personal and collective awareness.
A refreshing reality check for all viewers and a clarion call for those who carry the seeds of the emerging worldview.
Scientists and thinkers featured in Crossroads include: Amit Goswami, Neale Donald Walsch, Elisabet Sahtouris, Bruce Lipton, Peter Joseph, Caroline A. Miller, Nicholas Christakis, James Fowler, Michael Laitman, Ervin Laszlo, Dean Radin, Dave Sherman, Annie Leonard, Jairon G. Cuesta, and John St. Augustine.


Inner worlds Outer worlds -

Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds is a documentary film created by Canadian film maker and meditation teacher Daniel Schmidt. The film examines various aspects of life, the universe, spirituality and the natural unseen links between them. The film was released in 2012 and juxtaposes ancient teachings alongside modern scientific findings, drawing conclusions about certain aspects of the universe and the vibratory field.
The film was released for free online. It has been narrated in English, French, Spanish, German and Hindi and there are subtitles for 17 languages. The film received over 2 million online views in its first year of release. The movie won a number of awards at film festivals, including the Award of Excellence at the Canada International Film Festival.
The film examines the vibratory field that connects all things. The vibratory field has been given a variety of names over the ages, including, Akasha, Logos, the primordial OM, the music of the spheres, the Higgs field, dark energy to name a few.
The field is said to be the root of all spiritual experience and all scientific investigation. It is the energy that Buddhas, Saints, Yogis and other spiritual individuals have observed within themselves. Many of the great thinkers in history such as Pythagoras, Johannes Kepler, Leonardo DaVinci, Nikola Tesla, and Albert Einstein have studied and observed the field, as they moved closer to the great mystery of our existence.
The film is broken down into 4 parts. Part 1 is "Akasha" and explores the one source that extends through all things. Part 2 is "The Spiral" which explores the logarithmic spiral pattern that extends all the way from our DNA to the spiral arms of galaxies. Part 3 is "The Serpent and the Lotus" which examines the ancient symbols that reflect the awakening of human potential. Part 4 is "Beyond Thinking" which conveys a new paradigm for humanity to move beyond ego-based thought.