… for the next 7 generations
The following films – QUOVADIS?MENSCH – have been created as an answer to the global financial crisis in 2008 with the overall question: “Where does humanity want to go in future concerning the challenges of our time?”. The gab between rich and poor is growing. Whole nations go bankrupt. What could we do as human beings? We are at the treshold into a new age of being human on planet earth. Sustainability is a major topic. What do we as human beings really need? I went on a pilgrimage with a campervan through Europe and on the journey the two documentaries “Follow the rainbow to Findhorn” and “One Wisdom” were being born. In both movies I digest my experiences of leaving society behind to consider a deeper wisdom in human nature and finding alternative ways of living together in community and with nature waiting to be explored.
published: 12/2012 – Full length: 107 min.
Language: English – German – Englisch, German / Subtitles: German, English
A pilgrimage into nowhere … in a campervan I drive through Europe. There is no destination – only the wish to find answers on burning questions of our time like: What to do with the global finance crisis? What to do if human values are lacking? What do we really need? The result of our development of the past decades is: “We’ve been downgraded from citizens to consumers.”
Mahatma Gandhi said: “Be the change you want to see in the world.” In every crisis there’s an opportunity for change. There is hope if we connect with our individual potential and set of for the “new land”. There is a longing in me and so I feel drawn to an island where heaven and earth are very close to each other …
I meet Angaangaq, Grandmother Maria Alice Campos-Freire, Isaac Shapiro, Malcolm King, Manitonquat, Michael Stillwater, Neale Donald Walsch, Peter Tyler, Ray Simpson, Sara Annon, Soeren Hauge, Thomas Hübl and Thomas Warrior. Yet I feel:
WE’RE THE ONES WE’VE BEEN WAITING FOR.
This movie deals intensively with our Christian roots in Europe. The strength of this documentary is its sensibility that leads straight into the present state of planet earth. After ‘Awake’ and ‘The gift’ you’ll find the European speakers here. It’s unique so far!
Hey – don’t you know the cage is open!
A movie to share the warmth of your heart …
It’s a gift to hear all the stories about shifting when we discussed the movie afterwards. We should share these stories more often.
One Wisdom is one of the few movies that starts when it is finished. The journey begins RIGHT NOW.
One Wisdom is wonderful, soft, honest and touching.
Beautiful pictures of Europe lead you on an inner as well as on an outer journey into the core of your being.
Thanks for the extraordinarily personal journey of yours.
One Wisdom is a movie one experiences as one follows along feeling ones own inner urge to expand to actually having expanded by witnessing the transformation take place through the movie. The expansion continues.
Joachim – Oslo Spiritual Film Club – Visit their website
FOLLOW THE RAINBOW TO FINDHORN
Folge dem Regenbogen nach Findhorn
published: 05/2010 – Full length: 64 min.
Language: Eglish / Subtitles: German, English, French, Spanish
From humble beginnings to one of the world’s first eco-villages, the Findhorn Foundation and Community in the North of Scotland is home to over 400 people of all ages and backgrounds.
This documentary follows some of them as they share their personal experiences of daily living and working together, their passion for community, their visions and dreams for the future.
This is a place with no hidden agenda, where value is placed on inspired action through deep inner listening to the wisdom inherent in each human being. Take a closer look – discover the real meaning of sustainable living and find out what happens when a group of people come together with a shared vision for the future. Be inspired by the magic of Findhorn and the lives of those who dare to ground their dreams in reality.
Findhorn is a place where you can fly.
Neale Donald Walsch – Author of Conversations with God
I first read about Findhorn in 1990 and periodically check in on its progress. I was lucky enough to stumble upon the link to Markus Werner’s video Follow the Rainbow to Findhorn. First of all, a beautiful film! What an intelligent, informative, inspiring report/update on one of my most want-to-visit places on the Planet. I am so happy to know that not only is Findhorn still around, but is flourishing and truly a voice of how we can be different on Earth. In a simple and joy-filled way.
After having watched the movie I am deeply moved since I got a feeling of being in touch with the spirit of Findhorn.
I’ve traded my beloved 4×4 in on a bicycle and am sampling life in the community with the lowest recorded ecological footprint. But is this living?
Geoff Dalglish – former race and rally driver
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