Citizen Action Monitor

It’s our worldview, stupid. It’s time to change it

This film is a clarion call for all those who want to participate in the transition to a new worldview

No 775 Posted by fw, June 11, 2013

Without exaggeration, this may be the most important documentary film you will see this year, if not in your lifetime. Just by watching it and sharing it with your family, friends and acquaintances, you can participate in a global transition to a new worldview. “One little change in one little community can affect a much larger human community….Changes can come very fast.” Help be that change.

Crossroads: Labor Pains of a New Worldview

CrossroadsLabor Pains of a New Worldview is a 64-minute documentary film exploring the depths of the current human condition and the emergence of a new worldview that is recreating our world from the inside out.

Be prepared to be surprised, inspired and ready for a lively discussion, so it’s best watched with a group of friends. And be ready for an “imaginal” caterpillar to butterfly analogy — Make of it what you will.

Watch the embedded version here or click on the above linked title to watch it on the Crossroads’ website.

Scientists and thinkers featured in Crossroads: Labor Pains of a New Worldview, include: Amit Goswami, Neale Donald Walsch, Elisabet Sahtouris, Bruce Lipton, Peter Joseph, Caroline A. Miller, Nicholas Christakis, James Fowler, Michael Laitman, Ervin Laszlo, Dean Radin, Dave Sherman, Annie Leonard, Jairon G. Cuesta, and John St. Augustine.

(For more information on each of these individuals, click on Speakers and Interviewees, scroll down to the thumbnail portraits and click on the name of the person).


  • William Rees lecture, Is Humanity Inherently Unsustainable? – Click on Part 1 here of a 13-part series on Rees’ 2010 lecture, including transcripts of a series of embedded Youtube videos of the lecture. From Part 1, the other 12 parts follow in sequence. To access a complete transcript of Rees’ lecture, click here — Transcript of William Rees’ 2010 lecture “Is Humanity Inherently Unsustainable?” posted December 13, 2012. (To access all posts by Rees on my blog, just type his name in the SEARCH box).
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