Tag Archives: #crazywise
Join CRAZYWISE film Producer Phil Borges and I to discuss what Western Psychiatry can learn from a Shamanistic approach to mental illness on Sat 17th March at the Norwich Puppet Theatre…tomorrow is your last chance to grab an Earlybird ticket! … Continue reading
Phil Borges, CRAZYWISE Producer, set to come to Norwich to discuss his film with Mental Health Clinicians and Peers
CRAZYWISE Film Screening, Presentation, Discussion and Q+A with Phil Borges, Film Director Norwich Puppet Theatre, Sat 17th March 1.30 – 5.15pm Is there an alternative way of making sense of mental illness that is potentially more empowering and helpful for … Continue reading
Vital discussions are starting! CRAZYWISE online event: Rethinking Madness: Psychosis and Spiritual Awakening.
Over the past 30 years, the broken brain and chemical imbalance theory of “mental illness” has had mixed results at best. While sales of psychoactive pharmaceuticals have increased 8000%, suicide and mental health disability rates in the US have also … Continue reading
BREAKING NEWS: Tickets available for the #Emerging Proud International Launch Host Event in London, UK!
DON’T MISS OUT: BOOK HERE International #Emerging Proud Launch Premiere screenings of CRAZYWISE and #Emerging Proud films, and Open Space event to ‘Re-think Madness’ WHAT IS HAPPENING? Your participation shapes the outcome! Join us for the first ever International … Continue reading
The 12th May 2017 will mark the launch of a global movement, #Emerging Proud, the anti- stigma campaign aimed at raising awareness of spiritual experiences in order to normalise them in Western society. Join the party and watch the LIVE … Continue reading
” Mental distress is a portal into self- actualisation, providing a gateway into inner- consciousness, to the core of our being, and is only labelled as an ‘illness’ because of how we have been conditioned to understand it within … Continue reading
Exclusive 1st UK mainland pre- release CRAZYWISE film screening and workshop; An introduction to an empowering approach to mental distress as a transformative process. What if a psychological crisis was seen as having the potential to be a positive transformative … Continue reading