Integral Inspirations

Projects inspired by an integral view


Films / Music / Books



What are the current global crises

asking of us?

(the new film's central question)

Progress as of January 2022:

October, November, December 2021 - we needed to overcome major technical difficulties - a big lesson in patience and trust - by January 2022 we got back on course

Covid-19 changed everything... 

During the winter and summer  of 2021 we dove back into film to make it more meaningful and relevant to our changing times.

September 2021 we completed the first test audience screening of the film's audio, which has resulted in some exciting changes.


Fall 2020, we added a new interview with a man who has lived on the streets for 30 years. Kawich speaks from his gut and his heart with an honesty that is engaging and refreshing.    

Two of our interviewees have had Hollywood movies made about their lives, and  one is a 2021 Nobel Peace Prize Nominee.

          A cornucopia of dynamic visuals has been procured with more to come.

Joseh has begun to compose the film's original music score.

Animation is in the works.

There will be test audience screenings of the entire film.

Colour and sound correction will follow.

Although many months of work remain, and technical issues permitting, the projected release for the new film is 2022.


          We are working with award winning documentary filmmaker and leading story consultant Karen Everett.

Who Do We Think We Are?

(working title)


A new film inspired by the Integral Yoga








  Karen Everett




Just a few of the people whom we have interviewed for

the new film:


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Living on the streets
for 30 years

Novice Por

Wat Chedi Luang

Chang Mai, Thailand


Neale Donald Walsch



Manish Sisodia,

Minister of Education

Dehi, India


Patch Adams, MD,

Physician and clown


Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati, Ph.D.,

Parmarth Niketan, Rishikesh, India


Deepti Tewari,

Educator and Auroville Resident


Pravir Malik, Ph.D.,

Head of Organizational Sciences at


Brant Cortright, Ph.D.,

Professor of psychology

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Kalsang Dolma,

Pavilion of Tibetan  Culture,

Auroville, India


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