You’d never believe that on Friday night we teamed up with Junkadelic, a local brass funk band to share the joy of dance and music with members of the public! We jumped on the 6:19pm train at Continue reading
The Winter Monday morning blues instantly dissolved in Perth, Australia as an entire carriage of passengers spontaneously joined The Liberators in singing Somewhere Over the Rainbow on their way to work this week!
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
Where Did the Idea Come From?
We came up with the idea after noticing a common thread of isolation in today’s society. This video aims to address the vulnerability that is often avoided in making sustained eye contact with members of the public. Holding eye contact with another person can evoke many feelings which can be scary, especially when in today’s society we tend to repress our deepest emotions. It calls on true courage to trust another being to see you and accept you just as you are, in a complete state of vulnerability. We also noticed that making eye contact with strangers is commonly intertwined with the idea of unwanted sexual attention. We believe eye contact is much deeper and far more meaningful than anything a sleaze might be able to bring to it. So instead of complaining about this misrepresentation we found an inspiring way to allow members of the public to actively participate in the other side of the story.
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
After our first global trust event we’ve had people from all over the world asking how they can participate in our next public action so we’ve decided to create a global database of Liberators who are ready to participate in our next global train dance party! When you sign up you will be put in contact with other liberators in your city, you will be the first to find out about global events & you will have the chance to gift your unique skills to making global impact. If you would like to join other people in your city subscribe to our secret list here.
This has hands down been the wildest, most wonderful year of my life! Each and every week has felt like a rocket fuelled off-road adventure that’s taken me deeper and faster down into the depths of accessing the power of the universe. This 42 second video will show you some of the moments we’ve created & shared over the past year.
Ever wonder how The Liberators International is able to create so many inspiring acts in public? I quite simply dedicate my entire life into managing the movement, editing the videos, running the facebook page, thinking of the next experiment, building networks, creating events, managing events, listening to the tribe, responding to emails and consistently going into my own fear so that we able to free ourselves from yesterdays story.
This is it! Tomorrow on Sunday the 3rd of May more than 500 people from all over the world join in the world’s biggest trust experiment. Each and everyone who participates sends in the video which will be combined to create one short and very powerful video message that will premiere here on Inspiralight. I’d be honoured to share this moment with you. Join the experiment here.
Last Tuesday we discovered this amazing pay-by-donation Indian restaurant was under threat of closure after recent city construction work had reduced it’s customer base by 50%. I’d been to this place with friends a few times before and was deeply touched by it’s trust building community centric nature. I thought it would be great to gather some of the Liberators to have a dinner there to help support them on Thursday night. It was only 2 days to promote but within minutes we already had more than 30 people attending.
This gave me the idea to give back to the givers in the way of dance party from within the restaurant. I gave Arun the owner a call and told him of the idea to help his restaurants message travel. He was taken back by the offer at first but he trusted me and said yes. He also offered to give me access to the microphone and inbuilt sound system.
The video shows what happened…