The Bloom Episode 3: New Ways of the Sacred

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Part III of The Bloom “New Ways of The Sacred” looks at how Transformational Festivals are venues for an active engagement with ancient, universal themes of MYTHOS, RITUAL and THE SACRED, exploring ways which both honor the traditional, while reflecting our unprecedented realities of the third millennium. 

Watch the Panel Discussion that followed a live online viewing of the film in 2015. 

THE BLOOM SERIES: A JOURNEY THROUGH TRANSFORMATIONAL FESTIVALS

In a world increasingly steeped in crisis, where can we find signs of hope for our collective future? The Bloom, a new 4-part documentary film series, chronicles the global movement emerging through Transformational Festivals, where participants co-create remarkable realities that embrace a life-affirming, evolutionary ethos as a collective response to our contemporary predicaments. 

Travelling with director/host Jeet-Kei Leung, The Bloom captures the most inspirational festivals on the planet and insights from participants at all levels of the experience. In vivid colour, The Bloom reveals a blossoming renaissance, which is changing people’s lives to align with their passion and sense of purpose, while affirming our ultimate connectedness and capacity to create the world we wish to live in. 

The results may be surprising, offering us a glimpse of what can happen when our collective creative potential becomes truly unleashed.

Watch the Panel after viewing.

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