Calling all peace and love creators living in Perth to unite for this Sunday’s World Peace Picnic (feat. Mp3 Experience of Liberation). We’ve arranged a very special Continue reading
On the UN international day of peace I realised one very important thing. We do not need to wait until an international day to represent peace in our everyday existence. This led me to explore how I might be able to express the gesture of peace in my everyday behaviour so here’s a simple list of 7 ideas that come to mind.
This vibrant and empowering music video explores what’s possible when we allow each other to be free and playful. This was created as part of Mental Health week with the Middle School students of Shenton College. It was an honour to have been able to share this experience with so many incredible people at the same high-school I went to when I was younger!
Special thanks to Shakira, the school psychologist for organising this wonderful opportunity.
As we build towards the World Peace Picnic being held in Kings Park this Sunday the 21st of September, a good friend Michelle and I thought it would be fun to create an experiment to see if random members of the public would be open to receiving acts of peace for world peace day. This is what happened.
The sun is setting and the light of the soft Indian sun is reflecting off the water to highlight her majestic features. I have only just locked eyes with her and I decide ask “excuse me, when the Indian people show their love to foreigners they’ve never met before is it really from their hearts or not?”
I cross the river and see Ananda and his friends waiting on the other side chatting in a small circle, I break the news to them and they are well and truly confused. “What about your bus ticket!?” they say. Continue reading
After bailing out of the Guru experience I come back into the village centre completely exhausted and promise myself that I need to chill out! I bump into the American photographer and his friend again and Continue reading
He has a warm and very intriguing fire in his eyes, he mumbles a few abstract english words from behind his grey beard. This man is covered in more bling than 50 cent on his birthday and his energy appears surprised yet magnetised. I realise that this arm holding is simply his way of saying it’s a pleasure to meet. I allow him to continue holding my arm and attempt to have a conversation with this man, eye to eye.
After a delicious coconut rice breakfast Ananda asks if I’d like to take a shower. I agree but don’t realise that i’d have to collect the cold water from the open water pipe sticking out of the ground up the hill first. His son Arun comes with me and shows me what he does every morning to get water. My appreciation for running water is quickly redefined at this moment.