If you’re experiencing a lot of emotions, feelings and questions, and find yourself wanting to do something tangible after watching The Story of Everything, you are not alone.
In fact, you’re one of a growing number of people who are ready to actively embody the change they want to see in the world. We understand … and we’re so happy that The Story of Everything is contributing to this desire! After all, “the point of art is to spark emotions, communicate them, share them, and therefore create a deep connection… .”
To honor and further that connection, the creative team at ETSF has put together a free virtual “kit” for you to experience. (Components will be rolled out over time, so please check back regularly!)
Easy and Enjoyable Things You Can Do Right Now to Be the Change You Want to See in the World
Choose your contribution, because every little bit helps.Kealoha, The Story of everything
We can start right here …
By tapping back into our humanity.
By increasing our levels of peace.
By growing into more conscious beings.
These are short, evidence-based, Creative and Somatic practices. Rooted in the intelligence of the senses, each practice recognizes that embodying the Peace, Kindness, Love, Respect, and Reciprocity we want — and want to see in the world — is the potent, first step.
One of the loveliest ways to foster this sense of connection is by attuning ourselves to the cycles of nature. Exercises like Attuning to the Moon, and Sunset Sonata are curated from some of today’s best teachers, medical practitioners, and artisans.
It is our intention to offer these practices, which we too practice, as a means both to embody and to answer the call to appreciation, awakening and Wholeness so powerfully and artfully issued by Kealoha and The Story of Everything.
While it may at first sound counterintuitive, reclaiming ourselves as human beings, rather than just humans doing, is integral to the process of creating change in the world. Something magical starts to happen when we slow down enough to really sense and appreciate the beauty that is all around. Just this alone begins to make a difference for the better. Cortisol is lowered, breath is deepened, muscles and nerves begin to relax, and perception expands. We go beyond our small, distracted selves and find ourselves a part of a larger, mysterious Whole.
This is an experience of Poetry with a capital P!