As I walked into Time Square NYC at 8pm on a Saturday night, surrounded by conflicting messages on bright billboards of what beauty is in our society, I couldn’t help but feel nervous for what was about to unfold. Thousands of people from all different ages, backgrounds and nationalities congregated, taking selfies in the iconic scenery of The Big Apple oblivious to what I was about to do.
Although I had spent hours predicting all the things that could go wrong with the Continue reading
This inspiring unreleased video message is only available for you as a reader of Inspiralight. It’s about turning fear into love as we’ve received feedback from some of the global leaders helping with our upcoming global sing-along project and fear has been a returning factor. We trust this will inspire and uplift your day!
More info about the global event can be found here;
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.
After this mornings video was posted on WA Today’s website I got a call from 6PR News Talk Radio asking if i’d like to come into the studio to talk about and create some social art. I gladly accepted and this is a small video from the happiness experiment we conducted with the thousands of listeners of Perth!
This hilarious moment was caught during the I trust you, do you trust me? shave my head social experiment. I wore a blindfold in the country town of Margaret River and asked the members of the public to shave my head as a community. This was an authentic human interaction with one of the men who helped.
This experiment is about liberty, freedom and self expression. I wanted to live and breathe the concept of ‘dance like nobody’s watching’ and I hope that you feel this through my movement.
I have to thank Mael, Stephan, Sara and Esther for helping make this a reality!
What some people might not know is that, before the experiment started we secretly placed some of the GoodVibers in the area to step forward and give a hug after 10 minutes if nobody from the public stepped forward.
This was a surprisingly simple yet hugely effective social experiment. The idea in short was to test if the public were able to trust someone they’d never met before. We tested this idea by asking people if they could give a hug as a way to say YES to trusting somebody they’d never met. Here’s the result…
In this experiment the GoodVibers asked the people of Barcelona what brought them hope. We met in a plaza and encouraged the public to express concepts of hope on the floor via chalk drawings. We did this as a way to share ideas and to encourage positive thinking within the community.
The results from the experience are shown in this short video.