Morphic Resonance

Morphic Resonance

When I listen to someone speak, my brain activates a system for interpreting and categorizing the sounds to make meaning of them. Let’s take the noise “carrot” as an example. This articulation in itself does not mean “an orange root vegetable”. My mind has to decipher...
The story of Dorel & Ricardo

The story of Dorel & Ricardo

When I lived in Brooklyn there were these two musicians that used to play at my subway stop. They seemed so different from one another, yet they played beautifully together. It turned out they were from different countries and that neither one spoke English. Their...
On Biodynamic Farming

On Biodynamic Farming

On Biodynamic Farming I tell a friend I’ve moved to the coutryside, to a place of alternative ideas; Järna, Sweden. “Oh, really? Aren’t those the nutjobs who bury cow skulls in the fields?”. Well, yes: Järna is a bit of an alternative place,...
On Ancestry

On Ancestry

Emilio was born in Colombia in 1977 and was adopted to Sweden at age one. When he retrieves his dossier from the social authorities in Bogota, he finds out his birth name and a few other clues about his background. He decides to travel, together with his adoptive...
On Freedom

On Freedom

‘Accept misfortune as the human condition.’ – is a line from the ancient book of wisdom, “Tao de Ching” by Lao Tsu. It also happens to be one of the lines that musician Randy K sang in the subway about ten years ago, as he made a musical...
The Charles Eisenstein series

The Charles Eisenstein series

On the Story of Separation and the Story of Interbeing One of my biggest inspirators Charles Eisenstein recently visited my hometown of Järna, Sweden to attend a gathering at the Youth Initiative Program. I’ve made a film called “An Unlearning” about...

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