Thank you Gene for telling me about Going Deep with David Rees. What a find!
Meet Jonah Hill’s friend and therapist, Phil Stutz. Directed by Hill, this film invites you to explore Dr. Stutz’s Tools for life in an effort to get real, get personal, and get better.
Dreaming of Space Juggling
(via a new favorite: bookofjoe.com)
The Making of a Steinway Piano
My son is obsessed with playing the piano. This had me google the making of a Steinway and stumble upon this. What a beautiful world to be in. The piano building world.
The World Before Your Feet
Matt Green is walking every block of NYC. I love this mission.
Arc’teryx Presents: Nexus
Nexus is a ski film documenting five distinct groups of female skiers, their connection to the mountains and how skiing shapes their relationships. This is getting me excited for ski season.
Figs Are Inside Out Flowers
The urban legend says there are dead wasps inside every fig. This blew my mind. (I love figs!)
@nathanallebach We need walkable communities to support third places and third places to support healthy societies #thirdplace #thirdplaces #walkability #walkablecities #walkablecommunities #urbanplanning #urbanism #community #carfree ♬ original sound – nathan allebach
A beautiful reminder that the work we do with CreativeMornings is really meaningful.
The Meaning of Life
A lecture by Sam Harris beautifully edited by Jody Mac.
Beyond the Visible: Hilma Af Klint
From Kino Lorber Films comes a documentary on the Swedish abstract painter, Hilma af Klint. Not familiar with Hilma’s work? Read this.
(via Open Culture)
Human Aura Recordings
Embedding is unfortunately disabled, click through to see the video over on Youtube. Fascinating!
The above clip from the 80s shows the human energy field radiating outward from the body. “The aura” has been captured with specialized cameras and film, noting how it changes based on feeling states, physical conditions, the interaction with energy radiation from objects and living things. Fascinating!
The World Wide Wander
Mark your calendars! Next Thursday, September 22, at 8:30AM ET, CreativeMornings/NYC is shooting the starting gun of a 24-hour global wander marathon!
Time travel with us for a moment. Last November, CM/NYC took to the streets for the first time under the guidance of creative nonprofit Street Wisdom’s founder David Pearl. Together we unlocked our minds and unblocked our creativity with every step.
So when our friends at Street Wisdom asked to join forces for a 24-hour around-the-world relay of their magical walkshops (i.e., walking workshops), we said YES. Best of all, we’re starting the marathon off in New York City! Join us for the first-leg of the World Wide Wander. You can partcipate from anywhere in the world. There are 16 timezone slots to choose from. Sign up and then join us from your phone and walk the streets with us, wherever you are.
The World Wide Wander. It’s free. it’s time. it’s fun.
(ps: In case you don’t know: I am the founder of CreativeMornings, the community I wish existed when I moved to NYC 23 years ago.)
What is the Future of Spirituality and Community?
For 10 years, Casper ter Kuile has been trying to figure out what the future of spirituality and community might look like. The Nearness is the beginning of his answer to that question. Starting with this digital offering, the hope is to see this evolves into in-person meetups and a beautiful annual gathering.
To start – each week, participants will get together for 90-minute small group conversations that meet in our community app. Everyone receives expert guidance through structured conversation prompts, practices, and support along the way. Plus, there are monthly workshops from poets, activists, and wisdom teachers.
You can learn more about what motivated him to co-create this project in his CreativeMorings talk and spot their first press mention in the Washington Post!
Learn more and sign up by September 25th, here.
Go Be Weird
The Swimmer (A Short Film)
I watched the show Severance with my kids (12 and 16) and I can’t stop thinking about it. As someone who has built companies, I am shook by the overall notion of the show. My kids and I felt so many feelings watching this first season. (The ending had us run around in the yard screaming.)
The Best Way To Answer “So What Do You Do?”
This is an inspiring talk. Definitely made me think about how I talk about what I do. Thank you Clay Hebert.
This made me laugh. (And think.)
The Last Human
Kevin Kelly Tweeted about this short animation. Well worth a watch.
You Can’t Wait
“You can’t wait until life’s not hard anymore before you decide to be happy.”
Putting this on my TeuxDeux list of ‘Movies To Watch’.
The Art of Life
A documentary about the art of living outside of conventions, in deep integrity with one’s essence.
This Corner on The Internet Turns 17 Today!
17 years ago today I started publishing on here with this post. Somehow I am still standing. 18,679 posts in. Still enjoying it. Thank you for visiting my little garden on the internet. I appreciate you stopping by.
Happy my blog birthday to you!