Dedicated to interviewing leading edge experts, practitioners in their field, and people who are living examples of sustainability. Covers environmental subject matter that is not readily discussed in depth in mainstream media.
Tim Lynch: 2020 in Review. Ancient Greece and NZ Maori have a similar view of Mother Earth
This is also about the giant revolving ‘information system’ that is our living planet - Mother Earth - Gaia, in ancient Greece and Papatuanuku in contemporary Aotearoa - New Zealand.
Dr Eben Alexander: Atheist neurosurgeon has a near death experience, transforms overnight - to believe.
All his life he believed in the material, physical, reductionist idea that life was a fluke of evolution - then immediately after opening his eyes after his 7 day coma - his cosmology took a 180 backflip - that we are eternal, spiritual beings.
Bill Watson: Soul is where the inner & outer worlds meet: How do choices determine our souls path?
Welcome back, Bill! It’s been a whole two weeks. We knew that soul - ‘even though we can not see it’ - was a big topic but we didn’t know it would become a two-part series.
Sam Stier: Biomimicry (from bios, meaning life, and mimesis, meaning to imitate) to emulate nature.
Biomimicry (from bios, meaning life, and mimesis, meaning to imitate) is a design discipline that seeks lasting and durable solutions by emulating nature's time-tested patterns and strategies, e.g, a solar cell inspired by a leaf undergoing photosynthesis.
Bill Watson: What is the Soul and do we have one? Why have we forgotten the ancient word, soul?
This was a breakaway interview - beyond politics and world affairs, instead of looking at the metaphysical reality and the unseen. There is an old axiom that states ‘we are spiritual beings having an earth experience.’
Jacques Windell: Is New Zealand a Corporation of the City of London?
This interview will definitely motivate NZers to clamber out of the swamp. For we are not here to be born, to reproduce, then to die. We, humans, are ‘embryo Gods.’ But ‘consensus reality’ has programmed us to become more like an unthinking herd and even more recently, that we ‘obey’.
This is not our birthright.