This film addresses some of the fundamental question about ceremonial cacao from the perspective of Maya Tzutujil tribe in Guatemala.
Nana Marina And Tata Pedro, two elders of the Tzutujil tribe from San Pedro La Laguna, in Guatemala, explain the meaning and purpose behind a cacao ceremony and the origin of cacao.
Produced by Cacao Lab directed by Daniel Garcia
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Omananda interviews the venerable Pasura Dantamano, a monk from the Dhammakaya Temple in Thailand who has meditated for forty years and who expresses his views on meditation. The mission of the Dhammakaya Temple is “World Peace Through Inner Peace”
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This one’s been a while coming! To bring our “Food and Health” series to a close, we present to you – Episode 10 – Permaculture! Here’s the website to get started with understanding the nature and principles of Permaculture:
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As there were no more prey, thei let go of their sting and adapted. So they went from hunters to farmers. They take in algea from the water, which grow inside of them and potosynthesise like plants. This provides energy, creating an unlimited source of food. S