The Collective Evolution

The Collective Evolution

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The first part of The Collective Evolution is aimed at showing the current state of the world, why it needs to be changed, and how each and every one of us can play a role in changing it.

The documentary addresses this need for change through five individual yet interrelated structures society has come to rely upon - finance, education, religion, entertainment/media, and health/food.

Each of these structures is fully broken down to show viewers how they have come into place, and why their continued existence can no longer be supported.

The second part is focused on showing each of the dimensions to the experience we call life. The documentary does this by addressing exactly who we all are, and why we are here.

It further delves into each of the key pieces that make up the human puzzle, namely the planet, the body, and the ego. The documentary concludes by addressing the shift in consciousness that has already begun and continues to intensify on the planet.

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Jimmy Singh
Jimmy Singh
4 years ago

Its a childish attempt. I stopped watching the movie in 2 mins and I am going to judge the book by its cover. What threw me off? Within the first 2 minutes of the movie, they give examples of mass protests around the world and specifically mention about Egyptian revolution (arab spring) and state that ' successfully overthrew the govt'. Yeah, the govt was overthrown but what is the state of Egypt now after all these revolutions? The current regime is even worse. Same goes with Turkey, spain and other major protests. Why spread information that's premature. Disappointing!
I dislike information's where statements are made without careful examination and analysis of situation. All these uprisings are good sign but the fundamentals of dirty politics and governance hasn't changed.

John
John
6 years ago

Yeah, if all these people believed 9/11 was a inside job then why haven't they done anything about it in all these years but talk talk talk. Why when these countries are "successfully" overthrown do they have to do it again just a few years later? This video is for the consumption of 18-24 year olds who think their generation is "awake" and capable of change". It's not true and it's never been true. It's all talk in the end. I watched all this same nonsense go down in the 60s and look how that generation turned out. Same same.

Grace
Grace
6 years ago

Awesome doc! finally an empowering doc with solutions for change

t regan
t regan
6 years ago

I tried to listen. I am very interested in the subject matter and I believe we, as a society, are on the cusp of a great unknown that will radically transform us. What I hate about your film (and yours in not alone doing this) is this background muzak or whatever it is. It's beyond obnoxious. Irritating as cr*p. And so, 25 min or so, into the film I have to shut it down as it is driving me crazy listening to it. Get rid of that mood muzak. The message is important, stop trying to manufacture a mood or make your message more palatable. If someone is receptive to the message it will come across. This 'mood muzak' is unnecessary and detracts from your mission.

Jacek Walker
Jacek Walker
9 years ago

So many dokumentaries like this one have been made throughout recent years about the plain and obvious truth, yet the majority of people are still in the dark...
I often ask myself why. What do they need to wake up? More time? A personal tragedy? A spiritual teacher like E Tolle to lead them step by step?

Jbreze
Jbreze
9 years ago

I literally can't watch any further. If I have to listen to some ahole whine about the evils of money while sitting in a comfy leather seat in front of a marble-tiled background beside two pricey statues I will explode. If that us some kind of ironic statement explained later then I apologize but it is irritating.

There is not a need for change there is a need to change which means we all have to look at ourselves. We can't blame external forces anymore than we should blame ourselves.

Steve Harrison
Steve Harrison
10 years ago

This is not a documentary. Oft repeated criticisms of the monetary system, education, religion and media are covered but then come the conspiracy theories. Vaccines are evil, gmo's are evil... Any such film that features David Ickes is immediately suspect in my eyes. Should we eat healthier food? Of course, duh! Is Religion a tool of power? Of course, duh! Altogether a disappointing piece which I will not recomend.

~Oliver B Koslik Esq
~Oliver B Koslik Esq
10 years ago

14:40 illustrates the systematic hook line and sinker, that the 90% "have to" swallow... due to an ideal that: "feeds itself on itself".

Great points!
+1

Guest
Guest
10 years ago

14:40 explains the "make work" concept as well.
Great term!

CapnCanard
CapnCanard
10 years ago

This doc is correct. Money is simply an illusion but most believe in the illusion. They haven't gotten the memo. Money is supposed to a container of value that can be exchanged without loss of value and yet Wall Street seems to make it a mission to extract value, or to decrease it's value relative to your money.

Education since the17th-18th Centurys has been a method to prepare the people to be manageable workers. In other words, education is just social conditioning. It isn't meant to make people "better" workers, or put another way it is meant to make you an easily controlled worker.

danielle
danielle
10 years ago

The scary thing, to me, is that there are 'normal' people behind the media, behind advertising and dumb tv shows and 'low energy' (like that girl said) news programs
Is it really that if you have that many people blowing smoke up your ass and encouraging you you'll air something? I know you don't have to watch tv and all but when you grow up with it you sort of have to wein yourself off of it, sadly.. it's supposed to be used as entertainment and as an escape, yes, but with all the propaganda and subliminal messaging it's hard to just lie back and accept. You have to be a pretty high level of stupid to not be aware of it or to just accept it, or just not care that much, which I guess is how a lot of people deal with corporations, by turning inward or just ignoring it. But you can only ignore such blatant mind-numbingness for so long....

danielle
danielle
10 years ago

I'm just glad to see something uplifting on the subject cuz everything I've been seeing on here or elsewhere on the internet seemed to be a tool to 'wake us up' so to speak, to help us become more aware, and the atmosphere in doing so can be really melodramatic, so this is a nice change.

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11 years ago

The opinions from friends and family, as it seems, is quite amateur. Though what an idea. The youth of today have a driving desire for all these topics to be revolutionized. It hasn't been given a name to incorporate all these issues until now by these youthful minds. Collective Evolution fits this lingual gap perfectly. Lets all join forces. Good work fellas.

Wayne Siemund
Wayne Siemund
11 years ago

I began watching this documentary and so far, these kids seem to have avoided talking to older and more experiences people to answer the questions they posed. After a few decades, the observant have lived long enough to see history repeating itself.
But the vaccine section I found to be rampant with ignorance and from then on, it got worse.

Paul Gloor
Paul Gloor
11 years ago

The majority of this doc is spot on though the elevator loop during the interviews gets annoying. The conspiracy theories about pharmaceuticals, even though I partially agree, GMOs and metaphysical 'frequencies' etc drive me insane and I found myself loosing interest toward the last half hour or so.