I took a number of risks in presenting this speech at TEDx Perth to over 1500 of Perth’s most influential people at the red carpeted Perth Concert Hall. Moments before jumping on stage I was supposed to be getting ready, rehearsing my speech but instead I was rallying troops backstage to surprise the entire audience flashmob style with a last minute concept I was sure was going to transform the speech into something worth talking about (Be sure to watch till the end if you want to find out what happens for a first time on TED!).
The speech itself is only 15 minutes long and takes a concise look at 3 of my most influential pieces of work and how they’ve gone on to effecting the world & myself personally. I dive into the idea of how my experiment trusting others in public has exploded into a global movement for peace, how dancing with others on a train changed my life forever & the way in which sharing eye contact in public allows for humans to participate in rebuilding our sense of peace on earth.
I am honoured to be running The Liberators International & look forward to sharing more great moments by cultivating global sense of community with you shortly.
A few months ago I got an unexpected email from a uni student Anna Bendz who asked if she could interview me for her media project. Little did I know she’d put so many of her own hours into creating a short documentary like this. Her team have crafted this beautiful piece of work to uncover a little more about my personal journey and how I ended up creating The Liberators International. I am honoured to have worked with such a professional group of people on my life journey. I deeply honour all the people who have helped me on this pathway through Liberation & Good Vibrations.
What many people don’t know about this heart-warming global trust video are the stories that happened behind the scenes. So in this blog post i’ll describe some of the most touching moments from the 3rd of May, 2015 when more than 45 brave people from 9 countries participated in our first global trust event. Continue reading
Good Vibrations Barcelona united with Barcelona Improv Group for their International Improv Comedy Festival to surprise a busy plaza with a hilarious Yes Let’s! Flashmob, this is how it turned out!
It all started back when I was a DJ playing parties around Perth with a good mate Jake Stone. We would uplift energies within social spaces mixing a variety of new and classic sounds together. During my practice as DJ I started to attune my ability to read, listen and feel the collective consciousness on the dance floor. A large part of being a good DJ I believe is about being able to “feel the floor”. Continue reading
I feel that physical movement across land is an essential part of awakening the state of travel, aeroplanes are cool and all but they can sometimes be a little ‘disconnected’. Get inside a box, watch tv, eat food, have awkward moments squeezing past people on the way to the toilet, go to sleep and then wake up on the other side of the planet. I was excited to have the wind blasting through my voluptuous short hair. Continue reading
WOAH! This experience totally blew everyone away!!! I knew it was going to be electrifying but I never expected this. Many of the participants were people from the public who knew nothing about what was going to happen. The fact that so many did what they did raises some interesting questions about the norm that we currently live in…Feel free to comment with what you think!
We went out with street artist Kzam n’ friends to create a collaborative art piece as part of the Take Good Vibrations to the World Campaign. The two pieces took more than 4 hours of work n’ plenty of cans to complete. For more work done by Kzam feel free to check his work here.
What happened last night was incredible! Together more than 50 people united and opened a new gateway for love, joy and kindness to be shared in public! Much like the first Dance of Freedom, humanity came together in the name of enabling this opportunity to exist. What does this say about the experiences we provide? Is this humanity’s way of saying Continue reading