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Conscious Good presents a monthly series of events to help studios fulfill, nurture, and grow their communities through engaging content. Each evening’s event will include a guided meditation, the film program and recommended discussion topics, with time to socialize.
Conscious Good's mission is to heal the world, one inspiring story at a time. We promote conscious media, celebrate change-makers, and feature content that combines ancient wisdom with modern culture to inspire, entertain, and empower the Conscious Generation.
What's the antidote to rising nationalism, polarization and hate? In this inspiring, poetic talk, Valarie Kaur asks us to reclaim love as a revolutionary act. As she journeys from the birthing room to tragic sites of bloodshed, Kaur shows us how the choice to love can be a force for justice.
Dean is a teenage boy who loves breakfast, Rihanna, and finding freedom in a wave.
As much we admire the explorers traveling to the ends of the Earth on large scale Expeditons it’s the everyday man (or women) exploring their own backyard that often inspire the most.
We all need a little help finding center. Help yourself with these videos and podcasts.
An Alaskan Yukon Delta fisherman teaches his grandchildren how to keep up cultural traditions.
On moving in the right direction and feeding your good wolf.
The RSA Shorts series provides a snapshot of a big idea, blending voices from the RSA public events programm and the creative talents of illustrators and animators from around the world. In our busy lives, RSA Shorts offer a 'mental espresso' of ideas and inspiration to awaken the curiosity in all of us.
This beautifully animated short asks what is the best way to ease someone's pain and suffering?
What will it take to make us act on climate change?
A colorful animation on the seven ingredients of breakthrough moments.
We're always on the lookout for great conscious media. Interested in partnering?
This division between the individual and society does not really exist at all. When one tries to carve out a life of one’s own, the individual is not different from the community in which he lives.
We have sentiment; we have emotionality, sensuality, sexuality; we have remembrances of something which we have thought as love.
What is going to happen in the future? Man has turned his mind towards perfecting more and more technology – computers, better instruments of war, better communication, better means of killing another human being, and so on.
Am I different from the content of my consciousness? If I am different from the thing I observe in myself, then there is a division between ‘me’ and the thing which I enquire into.
It’s only a silent mind that can perceive, that can actually see; not a chattering mind, not a controlled mind. So, what is meditation?
Professional snowboarder, Don Schwartz suffers from 3rd degree burns to his face and loses three friends in a tragic helicopter crash but it isn’t until 25 years later that he really faces his internal turmoil when he discovers in an impromptu piano exercise that his demons have caught up.
Get ready to sleep like a baby.
Intuitive counselor, discusses how to recognize when we get in our way and tips to use our thoughts to create a happier reality.
Best-selling author, speaker, spiritual feminist activist, talks about the reality of 21st century spirituality, the paradoxes that are at the root of truly finding our spiritual path, and the bottom line that WE are really our own best gurus.
Ayurvedic Guru - discusses the importance of the ancient Vedic principles and how his new book, The Yogi Code, teaches us to incorporate them into our daily lives.
When stressed, we often react with looping fear-thoughts, feelings and behaviors that cause harm to ourselves and/or others.
Yoga and Meditation teacher Lauren Toolin talks with Tracee Stanley about her journey to meditation and how a Tantric meditation practice can be useful for turbulent times.
While industrial resource developments continue to put at risk our natural and cultural significance, people across Australia are standing their ground for nature.
Students from Washington State University visit the prison at Coyote Ridge in order to participate on a debate about gun control.
Survivors of the genocide are using technology to improve life in Rwanda, specifically in the capital city, Kigali.TakePart World producer Alex Stapleton visited open-innovation space K-Lab, which offers free education and an environment in which citizens can share tech ideas.
The Dignity film is a key component to a human rights campaign, which includes the photography exhibition, Dignity: Tribes in Transition, by Dana Gluckstein.
Don Popo's life changes when he discovers hip-hop at the age of eleven. From that very moment, hip-hop became the tool that allowed him to dream of a more just and beautiful world.
From award-winning humanitarian journalist Debi Lang comes Hearts In The Himalayas, a documentary about the extraordinary efforts of Himalayan HealthCare.
Having grown up in the slums of Nairobi, Millie & Patrick faced violence, crime and despair. At vulnerable points in their lives, they were introduced to yoga through the Africa Yoga Project.
Meet inspiring Zimbabwean rapper AWA, who comes from the troubled southern township of Makakoba, as she prepares to perform at her country’s biggest hip hop festival Shoko in the capital Harare.
This film highlights the social impact that the Wolf Dog Workshop educational curriculum--through its innovative use of storytelling and media, such as animation, film, music, and art--is having among at-risk elementary students across the U.S, bringing them hope while connecting them to themselves, their communities and the environment.
Students are the future, but what's the future for students? To arm them with the relevant, timeless skills for our rapidly changing world, we need to revolutionize what it means to learn.
OpenBCI has developed a 3D-printed headset that allows our brains to interact with software
A Cinematic Short Film celebrating the life of a man called Bob. Throughout his entire life he's always put the ocean first, which has lead to him being homeless and living in a van. But he loves the ocean and his life as much as ever, and of course, still surfs every day.