His critically acclaimed feature documentary, ScaredSacred (2004) has played to audiences around the globe, and is the winner of nine major awards, including the Special Jury Prize at the Toronto International Film Festival, a Hugo Award, and the 2006 Genie Award for Best Documentary. ScaredSacred is currently in the midst of a highly successful release in Canada by Mongrel Media, in the U.S. by Zeitgeist Films, and in Australia and New Zealand by Gil Scrine Films.
Nearly every culture has ways for people to come together and join their voices in song. This may be for social or political purposes but very often it is to honor, rejoice or praise the divine in one form or another. Tonight’s show will look at ways that singing communally can heal, reduce racism, create harmony and unity and open the heart to spirit. The directors of two of Vancouver’s popular multi-faith, multi-cultural gospel choirs will be our guests.
Dr. Leonard George is a Vancouver psychologist, writer and lecturer. His interests are extremely varied, and include spiritual philosophies of antiquity and the Renaissance, the psychology of unusual experiences, and the history of heresy.
Epic Alchemy with Little Woo; Wake Your Wild Voice! with Edwin Coppard; One with the Herd with Liz Mitten Ryan; Adam – DreamHealer
DID YOU KNOW THAT YOUR VOICE CAN SELL OR SINK YOU IN MERE SECONDS?!In our stressful modern world, Edwin Coppard has developed a unique and revolutionary natural remedy that helps people harmonize their body, mind and emotions in a healthy new way. Edwin’s message is simple: EVERYONE CAN SING. Connecting with your inner sounds – the sounds that come from within our bodies – is a healthy, rejuvenating and healing activity that can be done everyday. Singing is the perfect and most natural way to do this. Sounds evolve into songs; the essence of these songs are words which come from the same source as the sounds. These words tell the truth about you. Songs can create a world that is true to your real needs and the words are what dictate the musical nature of the song. Singing songs becomes a way to communicate a part of you that is irresistible. It improves all levels of your ability to communicate in personal relationships, business, teaching and speaking because it wakes up your Wild Voice – your primary instrument of communication.