An inside look at the 2002 attempted coup to remove Hugo Chavez from power in Venezuela.
Steve Jobs and the essence of marketing.
Science is catching up with the knowledge of the indigenous and the ancients. Gregg Braden discusses the heart, its natural magnetic power beyond pumping blood and the interaction with the brain.
It is a distinct possibility that our next evolutionary jump will be heart-based consciousness and the marrying of the mind and the heart in simple, reciprocal existence.
Source Credit: YouAreCreators @ Youtube
Solomon Grey travelled the Wild Atlantic Grey and recorded the sounds of the people an places they visited. This video is special, one for the emigrés.
Video Credit: TI Nordics @ Youtube
Elon Musk's is changing the world with three companies.
SolarCity is a renewable energy company that is harnessing the power of the sun and bringing people into connectivity with nature and energy consumption through solar energy panels.
Tesla Motors is pioneering a new models of electric cars, with the ultimate goal of a mass produced electric car that can compete with petroleum-driven alternatives. A spin-off of the motor company is the Powerwall, a battery that changes the energy consumption patterns of households.
SpaceX is making rocket-based space exploration affordable within the current economic system.
All three companies are endeavouring to change human behaviour and challenge entrenched incumbent business models and economic systems.
The above video is a short speech Elon gave at Caltech. It is worth a watch.
Video Credit: EveryElonMuskVideo @ Youtube
The HeartMath Institute study the intuitive energetic heart and the power of living from the heart.
HearthMath suggest that as people learn to use the inner knowing of the heart through mindful access, humanity as a whole will change together.
All consciousness is interconnected and our conscious awareness interacts with the earth's magnetic field. Mainstream science is catching up with what the ancients and indigenous people understood.
What happens next will be special. It can change life on earth as we continue to find new collective solutions rooted in empathy and understanding.
The video is a good watch if you are new to the subject.
Video credit: HearthMath Institute @ Youtube
Interesting documentary looking at the political activism of John Lennon in the United States.
John Lennon was one of a handful of people in popular culture who could mobilize massive numbers in political protest against war perpetrated by a corrupt administration.
A willingness to harness his profile, to promote peace, speak out against violence and abuse of power has no parallel in today's culture.
Source: VH1 RockDocs, Youtube
Prince Ea riffs on a brave new world.
Salt, often demonized, is an essential part of a balanced diet and body.
There was good reason why the Romans received their salaries in salt. Salt preserves food, preserves the body and has essential minerals that keep us alive and well.
Himalayan rock salt retains 84 of the 92 'trace minerals' known to man. This makes it a super salt, mined in pristine condition from beneath the famous mountain range.
Solé is an ancient mixture of himalayan rock salt and water.
This formula crystallizes the water, adding essential nutrients that will re-balance your body each morning.
Karen shows how to make the formula and tells of some of the many benefits in adopting this morning ritual.
You can purchase himalayan rock salt in any good natural food store.
Sources: Karen Atkins Youtube Channel, Dalkey Select Stores
Aaron Huey worked with the Lakota people on the Pine Ridge Reservation for 7 years, taking photographs for National Geographic and immersing himself in their lives.
As his relationship with the Lakota people developed, Aaron could no longer remain impartial to the destruction of the Lakota Nation.
His TED talk is a verbal history of that destruction.
Tommy KD is a Dublin man who busks in town. Tommy's songs are about his life on the streets and his struggle with drugs. Overall his message is positive, understand him as a human being who has his trouble, nothing more nothing less.
Thanks to the guys at Keywest for the video.
Students, artists and academics discuss the relevance of hip-hop today and the power of conscious art. The documentary includes performances from artists at three different universities.
Fergal Tries out a wooden surfboard made by his friend Vincent O'Halloran. Vincent's boards are carved from Irish trees and finished with his own beeswax.