First Nation leader, Dennis Banks, with indigenous people from North America and Japan, were joined by volunteers from fourteen countries on a ceremonial run finishing in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Native wisdom is woven with Japanese traditions on this remarkable physical and spiritual journey of a diverse group of all ages, who voyaged 4,000 km along the Sea of Japan to carry the simple message, that All Life is Sacred.
The film is a stunning inspirational portrait of individuals committed to promoting peace, respect for the earth and all life, and to sharing the rich cultural diversity of the human race.
A lyrical film, it reveals that transformation of the individual, ripples out to touch the world with more consciousness and we can create the world we dream of. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.
Q &A at the end of the documental, and the audience is invited to participate in a Circle Ceremony which will be
co-created by Andrea Sadler, local Temazcalero, Paolo Ruben from Chiapas, Mexico and his
partner Enicia Fisher. Together they run the Sanadora Sanctuary Wellness and Retreats here in
Friday March 11th, 7:30pm
Teatro Santa Ana, Relox street 50-A, Downtown
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