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Greetings!

I am seeking business development services with connections to animation studios to create a kid’s cartoon show that combines permaculture, virtual reality and community building:

“Permaculture Willi - Hawk Drone @ Food Forest” Demo
Willi Paul Studio / Planetshifter.com

Video: https://youtu.be/GAVGn81fkM0


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Please enjoy my animated introduction to the life & poetry of Milarepa The Yogi. Milarepa's poems and 'songs' are characterized by an amazing love of life and joy for everything that he encounters. He had no money or home but he was happy. He often commented that he didn’t want money or things because then he would spend too much time worrying about maintaining or protecting them. Instead he opted for a cave in the mountains, sunshine on his face and wind in his hair....

Perhaps we dont all have to sell our homes, retreat into the woods and live on nettles to be as happy as Milarepa.
But we do need to start enjoying the simple things in life. It is extremely important to realize that you don’t NEED anything to be happy other than a roof over your head, a meal to eat and a place to sleep. The rest is a bonus. If you want to be the happiest person you know, start getting back to life’s simple pleasures.

One way you can do this is allot a few hours of the week to doing something simple. Find some natural ways to marvel at the many things in life that are causes for being happy.
Here are some ideas:

walk along the beach with your bare feet in the water
climb a hill for its breathtaking view
listen to some inspiring gentle music to uplift your spirit
perhaps play an instrument, or sing, or just hum when you like
feed the birds and if you have them the hedgehogs
make a wildlife area in your garden to help nature grow
if you havent a garden try to visit a park maybe once a day
play some sport or games with a friend
read an inspirational book or heart touching poem
dont worry about people who seek conflict - wish them well
meditate on compassion and how all things are connected -
meditation needent be complicated - try 'headspace'
take a simple meal or sandwich and enjoy it in the fresh air
find a clean natural lake to swim in
make your partner or a friend a gift by hand, a card or words
remember that the past is a path to how you got here
and the present is a gift to cherish and share
but the future is a dream which we may shape with our care

And of course, give of yourself to those in life around you, get genuinely interested in their happiness and well being.
& Blessed Be ~

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dn_ixPiERwI

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Calling everyone to save the Tree Of Life without which our soil integrity will collapse, oxygen levels will fall, c02 levels will rise adding to global warming which bring weather chaos and pollitical conflict and life as we know it will be imperiled https://youtu.be/JI_vTmnPJv0

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As Beltane approaches (30April-1stMay) -
heres my Beltane Blessing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VElZSplpxQc



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Its Easter Weekend,
Welcome Eostre & the Spring Goddess power ~
Eostre, or Ostara, is an Germanic pagan goddess whose festival falls on the March Equinox (March 20th) because this marks beginning of Spring in the northern hemisphere, in the southern hemisphere this is at September. The later celebration of 'Easter' (the first Sunday after the Paschal Full Moon that occurs on or soonest after 21 March ie the Vernal Equinox) gets its name from Eostre...
More details at my blog The Dance of Life here
(http://tinyurl.com/ncnehf6 )
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lZ-YKIeXww

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An animated interpretation of Edvard Grieg's music In The Hall of the Mountain King from Peer Gynt. I suppose in these highly charged and discordant times, it could be an allegory for this, a metaphor for that, a cautionary tale or a message with a moral, but the sweeping music and simple fairytale of Norwegain Trolls and a young mans adventure that it tells, for me this is the Original Nordic Noir.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDcOpAGR63w

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Danse Macabre - Saint Saens;
This is my treat to you all for a Happy Halloween ~
The Danse Macabre is a medieval allegory of the universal nature of death. According to the legend, the Grim Reaper calls the souls and skeletons of the dead from their graves at midnight every year on All Hallows’ Eve / Halloween, to lead them in dance and merriment, from strike of midnight until break of dawn. Following on from even older traditions of the deceased visiting the world at this time, in the later medieval period this was another way of softening the harsh realities of life and death, providing people with the belief that death was in fact part of a greater spiritual whole.

This music amazes me at how scary it is, yet at the same time has an exillerating joyfulness about it.  I was looking through the videos to find an animated version of this music but nothing quite hit the spot for me, most being too gruesome or horrific and so - suddenly inspired, I sat up half the night filming this version.  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glr0fHfbxto&feature=youtu.be

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Sharing this again because Nuclear Radiation is the gift that just keeps giving! Reactor No4; about the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster, and the Sustainable, Clean, Green and Life-Friendly alternatives ~
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBgyNFapDRE

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Looking forward to a marvellous March Equinox this year amidst two other celestial events: a total Solar Eclipse, Friday, March 20, 2015 and a New SuperMoon. Over the UK the eclipse will begin at 8.45am and the Moon will be nearest the middle of the Sun at 9.31am, by 10.41am it will be over.

Eostre, or #Ostara   is an Germanic pagan goddess whose festival falls on the March Equinox (March 20th) because this marks beginning of Spring in the northern hemisphere, in the southern hemisphere this is at September. It has been suggested by some that the later celebration of 'Easter' (the first Sunday after the Paschal Full Moon that occurs on or soonest after 21 March ie the Vernal Equinox) gets its name from Eostre...

Ostara / Eostre, is the Goddess of fertility - could this be where we get the word 'Estrogen'?. Her two symbols were the cosmic egg and the mad march hare, latterly abducted and morphed into the 'Easter' rabbit. Ancient beliefs held that seeing a moon gazing hare would bring growth, re-birth, abundance, new-beginnings and good fortune. As the symbol of Eostre, the hare also represents fertility and fecundity and so symbolizes of the rebirth of life under the new Spring.

For the coming and auspicious Eostra, blessings to you ~
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lZ-YKIeXww

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Consider the Bees, plant Bee-Friendly Wild Flower Seeds ( http://beefriendlyseeds.com/) in time for spring ~
Why is it Important to Plant Seeds for Bees?
Bees are wonderful, hard working creatures that are responsible for pollinating 70% of our fruit and vegetables. All through the warmer months the bees pollinate simply, quietly, efficiently and naturally, helping boost crop yields whether on large farms or a domestic vegetable patch.
But they are in danger!  As you may have heard, in recent years there has been a worrying collapse in the bee population.  It’s thought that in the UK and US, bee numbers have fallen by about 50% in the last 25 years...
( http://beefriendlyseeds.com/)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsVL22dIdKw
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