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Antonio Donato Nobre’s lyrical talk puts our planet’s living processes in perspective
“The road to wellness is paved with community… and it’s illuminated with the light of ancient wisdom.” – Jeff Schmitt
Tribe members headed into the capital city in protest against farmers’ encroachment on reservations
What would cause a young medic to ditch her stethoscope for a purgative Amazonian folk medicine?
The Kogi, the lost tribe of pre-Colombian America, have a message for us
ALUNA is made by and with the KOGI, a genuine lost civilisation hidden on an isolated pyramid mountain in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia
Short film about Rebekah, who in 1997 followed a vision she received from a Shaman calling her to the Amazon, where she found and studied intensively with a powerful Ayahuasquero
Tensions mount as the Government pushes for the extraction of oil and mineral resources in some of the most bio-diverse areas on our planet
One man makes the destruction of the Amazon his business
Changing your shopping habits is enough
A new paradigm emerges in the Amazon
Her song stroked me, reassured me and seemed to reach inside and pluck things out
I felt the jungle seep in around me, covering me in cobwebs and tentacles. My body dissolved into the biological matrix. It wasn’t scary; I was coming home.
How far would you go to heal?
Life depends on us hearing.