From Hosting to Film: A Digital Media Ecosystem for the Entheogenic Community

From Hosting to Film: A Digital Media Ecosystem for the Entheogenic Community

From Hosting to Film: A Digital Media Ecosystem for the Entheogenic Community

Awake Media has evolved from a solo studio run by me, and some contractors into a digital media ecosystem with a renaissance team of media experts who can serve the transformational wellness community to create and send out their awakening messages and teachings quickly, professionally, and easily. Ease of use is a key consideration for me because I find that if the processes have been streamlined, the creativity flows and we can create something great together. In the world of design, this is called Design Thinking, and we apply this to all our work.

SERVICES

  • hosting and domain management
  • wordpress web development
  • transmedia storytelling
  • entheogenic social network
  • books and ebooks
  • web video and animation
  • branding
  • film
  • print design
  • coalition of independent contractors
  • subject matter experts
  • global renaissance team

The Awake Media Ecosystem

We are careful about who we work with and are seeking to “find the others” those others who know in their heart of hearts that “There is no Other.”

We want to harness the power of media for you and with you to create culture and quicken an awakening.

Iboga Saves: a documentary

Iboga Saves: a documentary

I’m very happy to announce that Lakshmi Narayan of Awake Media has joined forces with Producer/Director Eric Thiermann, founder of Impact Creative and  Academy Award Nominee and DP for Oscar winner “Women for America”  to make a documentary about ibogaine, the psychedelic root bark that ends opioid addiction.

This movie will shine a light on the problem of the prescription-induced addiction epidemic and the failure of the current system, as well as the solution that iboga represents for healing. We’re going to explore the medical model, the sacramental model, and the issues around sustainability, extraction, supply and demand, and integration, following practitioners, shamans, and patients from California to Cape Town.

Because of the alarming statistic of 116 deaths a day due to opioids, we would like to fast track the production process and get a crowdfunding campaign up as soon as possible, and to this end we are busy putting our budgets together this week to present to MAPS who has agreed to be our fiscal sponsor.

Stay tuned for more.

 
 
 

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