“Food preparation is a sacred activity. If you could see the sparks of light going forth from the fingertips when cooking, and the energy that goes into the food you handle, you would realize how much of you imbues into the meals that you prepare for family and friends.”
– Sally Fallon Morell
THE BIG RESET MOVIE 136 mins
"Probably the best explanation of reality I have seen in the last two years"
Stephen Batchelor Living with the Devil: A Meditation on Good and Evil (audio book)
“Human life in modern times has been a dive into the miasma of me and mine, choking on the muck, clawing our way back to sanity. Yet now the modern age might end. We have at least an opportunity to transition out of it, through the virtuous cycle of gratitude and generosity. Can you imagine how society would transform if we were in touch with the sacred truth that births gratitude?”
– Charles Eisenstein
Biographical documentary of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh narrated by Peter Coyote A Cloud Never Dies (27 mins)
Kim Elia Making Sense of Madness In this amazing presentation, renowned homeopath Kim Elia (CEO of Whole Health Now) elaborates upon the scientific, political, and historical fraud of COVID-19 with a look to solutions.
"The Buddha spoke of a future dark age when the elements of nature become imbalanced and cause great harm. New diseases will appear, new types of weapons will be invented and so on. The Buddha also described the dark age as a time when all that is natural and authentic loses importance and instead people worship what is artificial and false. This applies to people as well as to things...
(Today) People aren't interested in the real thing. But if we can come up with something that seems like the real deal then it's popular right away. The same goes for the food we eat. People rarely appreciate genuine natural ingredients. We prefer products that are processed, artificial and most important cheap. Everywhere we're surrounded by products that are artificial and cheap while the genuine, uncontaminated and authentic is becoming rare. We live in the twenty-first century and we like to think of ourselves as modern, sophisticated and civilized. But honestly what kind of civilization pays tribute to things that are fake, cheap and contaminated?"
– Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche