1. Archetypes


    from GUERILLA.film / Added

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    The authors are questioning : What if the behavior does not reside solely in the dancers body and mind, but also in the environment in which he/ she moves ? We must not forget that such environment dancers body and the mind already is perceives as a "form and the life" and that some researches in cognitive studies confirmed that the mind should not be studied in the brain, but in "situations", ie. through the active involvement of body and mind in the natural and cultural environment together. Sandra Anais, plot for the video --- dancers: BALASZ POSGAY, ROBERTA RACIS, HILDE SANDVOLD, JAMO MWEU, MARIT FOGELGREN movie director, photography & editing: TOMÁŠ HLAVÁČEK author of concept & dance director: SANDRA ANAIS artistic advisor: GORAN BOGDANOVSKI music: JON HOPKINS (album insides) Special Thanks: Michael Cornege, Daura Hernandez, Vangelis Legakis

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      from Andrea Hackl / Added

      INSTALLATION PERFORMANCE in collaboration with ANDY KEEP presented at PALAZZO MORA in frame of the Venice International Performance Art Week, Dec 2014: http://www.veniceperformanceart.org/index.php?page=177&lang=en dance: Andrea Hackl music: Andy Keep

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      • Architypes Story


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        Highlight Video about the Archetypes Program at College of DuPage.

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        • The Everyman - Branding Archetype


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          A short and funny animation about one of the archetypes used in branding, made for HRVNK. Credits: Michael Gimenez Kristof Slussareff

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          • The Innocent - Branding Archetype


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            A short and funny animation about one of the archetypes used in branding, made for HRVNK. Credits: Michael Gimenez Kristof Slussareff

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            • Ascension Hangout 12 November 2014 - The Lemurian Flower of Life Grid


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              In this second Ascension Hangout, Kwan Yin, Lotus and Orchid Rising dive deeper into many of the topics discussed in the 11-11 Ascension Hangout and answer viewer questions. Another jam-packed hangout, topics include multi-dimensional experiences, archetypical dream state vs. dreamtime experiences, how to bypass 4D archetypical spaces, efforts by the control system to prevent souls incarnated as humans from ascending, and the unstoppable “jail break” that is underway and being assisted by Ascended Life. What is the Flower of Life grid and what are its implications as ley lines are replaced by this grid? When exactly did the fluid Lemuria exist and why does this play such an important role at this point in time? What are timelines all about? What is New Energy Numerology and how can we use this to our advantage? This and so much more is discussed in this latest Ascension Hangout on The Rising Way AscendoSphere.

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                from Orange Grove Dance / Added

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                ‘THE ARCHETYPES’ is an exciting new film here at Orange Grove Dance, founded in deep research through choreography, cinematography and mythology. Using Greek mythological archetypes and insights from the research of Joseph Campbell as a base for inspiration we are creating modern mythologies within an abstract narrative that live and breathe in the fabric of today’s human psyche. Joseph Campbell said "Myths are public dreams, dreams are private myths.” 'THE ARCHETYPES' is an exploration into the private dreams that make up our new public myths today. Aside from Colette and Matt building new choreography and writing an original screenplay, this project has an incredible team of designers, filmmakers and performers on board ready to make this vision a reality.

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                • Ellen Soentken talks about the 7 Vices Model


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                  In this film Ellen Soentken is sharing a little about the 7 Vices Model. The '7 Vices' model by Ellen Soentken is the next revolution in personality type theory. Ellen Soentken has brilliantly pioneered a framework that shows us in our true human dimensions. It will change your entire outlook on how you perceive yourself in both personal and professional situations. If you are looking for a better understanding of yourself and that extra edge at work look no further! The 7 Vices by Ellen Soentken are male and female expressions of the 7 Deadly Sins People who overuse one specific Vice start to resemble the Archetype related to this Vice. Vices can be like monkeys on our back, like opium for the intelligent and even our guardian angels. For it is not what you want to share with the world but what the world needs for you to share. The 7 Vices Lifesaver is a compact and clear little ebook about the 7 Vices model and the much talked about 7 Vices Archetypes. Read it, Get it, Love it You can order the 7 Vices Lifesaver online via bookstores like @amazon and @bol_com or at your local bookstore. The 7 Vices Lifesaver (de 7 Ondeugden Lifesaver in Dutch) is also available as an Ebook (PDF). Learn more about the Archetypes, Ellen Soentken or the 7 Vices Model? Goto Ellensoentken.com or the7vices.com

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                  • a film noir story


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                    video-collage by Süsan Spark

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                    • The Cult of the Black Egg (Screener HD)


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                      An art film about reality, identity, and archetypes. www.luxurydarkly.com Directed by Guillaume Wolf. Written by: Guillaume Wolf & Nancy Kwon - Starring: Kellie Cockrell, Katie Cockrell, and Lola Chan. Producer: Jean Kim. Director of Photography: Aaron B. Shapiro. Boom operator: Jared Rubinstein-Towler. Costume designer: Joanne Abellera. ORIGINAL MUSIC: "Blackbird," for solo violin, composed and performed by Daphne Chen. THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY - By Guillaume Wolf What's The Cult of the Black Egg? —It’s a complete mystery. I live in a house in Los Angeles that has had a long history of hosting artists. In 2013, I did some major clean up in the back house (which is an old-school photo lab built circa 1960’s) and found, in one of the cabinets, an envelope filled with typed papers and a few cassette tapes. The material, dating from the 70’s, was almost incomprehensible. These papers talked about “The Cult of the Black Egg” and mentioned a series of names, including some pretty well known artists such as Philip K. Dick. The cassette tapes were utterly weird, with curious sounds. Some of the material was simply signed “Mr. Jean.” I did not know what to make of it—but I liked the strangeness of it. *** Disclaimer: I may be completely wrong in this interpretation—(As the old adage says “Nothing is true; everything is permitted”)—enter at your own risk.*** Apparently, The Cult of the Black Egg was an extremely short-lived group (sometimes calling itself “The Cult of BE”) composed of artists and 70’s thinkers whose aim was to achieve time travel (I can’t tell if it was literal or not). Apparently, their claim was that, by using specific audio frequency, it was possible to reach something akin to a meditative state that would allow some sort of “psychological time travel.” And then, of course, it gets weirder, and weirder. So . . . What to make of this? After spending a lot of time thinking about it, what interested me the most was that this group of artists were not just “a cult” in the classic sense but more like a radical artists group. In that spirit, I’ve decided to imagine how would it be like if this group was still in activity, and what it would be like if the stories they alluded to (time travel, reality distortions) were real. The Cult of the Black Egg short film is the result of this creative inquirie. www.luxurydarkly.com

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