Being Japanese

Japan is one of the most highly developed countries in the world. It is also one of the most technologically innovative, with an international reputation for advanced electronics, automotive tech and even robotics. It is steeped in history and culture, ranging from sushi, samurai and anime. To the outsider, more so to a non-Asian, Japan …[continue reading]

Our Consumer Society

“Our Consumer Society” is an intense dive into consumerism as a concept and a state of being. It examines what consumerism means, what it looks like and how it affects every human being on Earth mentally, physically and economically. It also looks at how consumerism came to be, what motivates it, its history, and its …[continue reading]

Permaculture: the future of self-sufficient, community-based living

The fact of the matter is that, over the years, we have allowed ourselves to become more and more accepting of the urban way of life, with an ever increasing over-dependence on technology systems. Many of us have lost that innate feeling of oneness with nature. We have lost our heart-based connection to nature’s divine …[continue reading]

The Secret Intelligence of Water | Veda Austin | WELL Community Gathering #2

Veda Austin is a New Zealand water researcher, author, artist and mother of three. For nearly a decade she has been photographing water in a ‘state of creation’, the state between liquid and ice that she believes is responsive to consciousness. Veda views this important phase from three perspectives. Scientifically, water is becoming a liquid …[continue reading]

Change is Inevitable, Awareness is Eternal – Ram Dass

Ram Dass first went to India in 1967. He was still Dr. Richard Alpert, a prominent Harvard psychologist and psychedelic pioneer with Dr. Timothy Leary. He continued his psychedelic research until that fateful Eastern trip in 1967, when he traveled to India. In India, he met his guru, Neem Karoli Baba, affectionately known as Maharajji, …[continue reading]

Ultimate Guide to Hugelkultur Garden Beds: Creating, Maintaining, and Benefits

Hugelkutltur (or Hugel for short) is a garden bed technique that uses wood and layers of plant matter, topped with compost, to build up moisture-holding beds over time. Hugelkultur beds were first described in Sepp Holzer’s Permaculture book and are now a common technique in permaculture practice.  They are common because they are very resilient, …[continue reading]

We Must Address Difficult Realities or be Destined to Repeat the Unthinkable

Panel of experts, Dr. Scott Jensen, Ivor Cummins, and Bobby Bounds, join the program to discuss the tragedy of the last few years. We openly address some of the more difficult issues and address the urgent need for major reform. Learn more about Dr. Scott Jensen and support his campaign for MN Governor at DrScottJensen.comLearn …[continue reading]

The music of Anders Holte & Cacina Meadu, made visible by CymaScope instrument.

This beautiful, state-of-the-art cymatics video is the voice of Anders Holte and the music of Cacina Meadu made visible by CymaScope instrument. Anders & Cacina are gifted artistes and their music is loved internationally. They recording was made for an online event, hosted by Tsipi Raz, director of “The 1 Field” documentary. Anders & Cacina …[continue reading]

Welcome to Bartering Ireland

This website was setup for people who wish to sell goods/barter goods/barter energy, or for people who are looking for producers/suppliers or businesses in their county that can provide alternative produce or services on a local level. At this moment in time, we are just asking people, who are willing to offer goods/services etc, to …[continue reading]