Have you ever had the feeling you’ve stumbled across something that could change the future of the world? Have you ever felt so deeply within your being that you’ve been placed on this planet for a reason far greater than that of inward, personal desire?
After years of experimenting with life through the darkness of the unknown I’ve found access Continue reading
In just 5 days we’ve gone from 152 likes on The Liberators facebook page to more than 30,000 likes. Our video has been officially shared by Jamiroquai and our new Train Party video has been viewed more than 10 million times across the globe. It’s encouraging to receive such a positive response to the work we create. I’m excited for the future as we continue to gain momentum we have plenty of future projects lined up that are certain to further uplift and inspire acts of love and kindness across our planet.
The next big video release will be on the 9th of March and I believe it’s going to change the face of Australian history.
Until then…here’s a personal mix of music I created whilst feeling inspired the other day. It’s more of a softer, sensual combination of tunes i’ve been digging lately. Enjoy 🙂
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
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?”
River Crossing in Hampi
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.
Along the way to Ananda’s land we meet a relatively friendly large woman. I have no idea what they are talking about until later when Ananda tells me she is the village prostitute asking for sex. Continue reading
I pack my bags and make my way up the hill to Ananda’s village near by. I arrive to find no festival only a few men conspicuously standing around an old wooden cart in complete darkness. This certainly doesn’t feel like any festival I’ve ever been to before, I keep my mind and eyes open. Continue reading