Documentário sobre Carl Jung | Documentary about Carl Jung

Psychology and personal development: Carl Jung and the journey to Self-discovery.

Psicologia e desenvolvimento pessoal: Carl Jung e a jornada para a Auto-descoberta.




Documentary: Pig Business, the true cost of meat

Do you know the true cost of cheap meat?
- Jeopardising our lives
- Abusing animals
- Destroying small farmers
- Polluting the environment

Know more and take action:


Reportagem RTP - Regresso às origens: Permacultura e hortas urbanas.

Numa altura em que a crise coloca graves constrangimentos nos orçamentos das famílias portuguesas, a RTP foi à procura de gente que acautelou o futuro, mudando hábitos de consumo, comportamentos, no sentido de garantir um modo de vida auto-sustentável.

Histórias de pessoas que se tornaram mais felizes com menos. Seguem os princípios da Permacultura, isto é, a cultura da natureza.

Nesta reportagem do Linha da Frente, acompanhamos o quotidiano de uma conhecida manequim dos anos oitenta, que deixou Lisboa e está instalada no Montijo.Mudou todos os seus hábitos. Optou por uma vida ligada à natureza.
Tem um jardim comestível. Dedica-se à agricultura biológica. E agora, quando tem de fazer compras, não faz grandes gastos.

Um casal que vive no centro de Lisboa, transformou o quintal do apartamento numa horta com dezenas de plantas e flores. Durante uma parte do ano.Este casal vive do que produz na horta.

Histórias cruzadas que se ligam com a Loja do Vizinho, em Pombal. Um lugar de troca de produtos e objectos em segunda mão.

"Regresso às Origens é um trabalho do jornalista Alberto Serra com imagem de Rui Rodrigues, Carlos Oliveira e Rui Cesar. Edição de Sérgio Tomás.


Discurso: O Caminho da compaixão | The path for compassion.

O que todos nós deveriamos dizer e fazer.
What everyone should say and do.


"Os Caminhos da Felicidade" é uma reportagem que vai ao encontro daquilo que todos nós andamos à procura. Será que o dinheiro traz felicidade? Será que é a família que nos torna felizes? Será uma boa profissão a razão para esse sentimento? Ou a felicidade está dentro de nós?

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Documentary: Consuming Kids -The Comercialisation of Children

Jeremy Earp and Adriano Barbaro bring a much needed analysis the rise of the modern multi-billion dollar business of advertising towards America's children that prepares them for a life as consumers from everything from McDonalds to PRADA.Narrated by Alexandra Peterson with interviews from some of the most well known critics and observers of American culture including Juliet Schor,Susan Linn,Betsy Taylor,Josh Colin,Gary Ruskin and others.Copyright of the Media Education Foundation.

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Documentário: A Pegada Humana.

Documentário sobre a "pegada ecológica" que o ser humano tem no planeta.
Episódio 1 - Parte 1 de 6

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A green school dream

John Hardy: My green school dream

Join John Hardy on a tour of the Green School, his off-the-grid school in Bali that teaches kids how to build, garden, create (and get into college). The centerpiece of campus is the spiraling Heart of School, perhaps the world's largest freestanding bamboo building.


Greenpeace: Transgenic Food (GMOs) and dangers of electronic waste.

Genetic engineering: The world's greatest scam?

(French version -- http://www.greenpeace.org/ogm)
Genetic engineering is a threat to food security, especially in a changing climate. The introduction of genetically manipulated organisms by choice or by accident grossly undermines sustainable agriculture and in so doing, severely limits the choice of food we can eat.

Once GE plants are released into the environment, they are out of control. If anything goes wrong - they are impossible to recall.

GE contamination threatens biodiversity respected as the global heritage of humankind, and one of our world's fundamental keys to survival.

Transgenic Foods (GMO)

An animationfilm to illustrate the set of problems with genetically manipulated foods. Created by Simon Jochum.

Many people are having the opinion that they do not have any contact to genetically modified food. But nearly everybody has contact to those goods without knowing. The animation "Transgenic Foods" is focussed on that point. The consumers awareness should be raised by that spot. It will highlight the current situation and potential future problems. The consumer is asked to obtain information and to form his own opinion and to act accordingly.

This video is based on facts! Read the references (german):

For more information about GMO visit e.g.

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Following the E-waste Trail

Greenpeace has been investigating the immoral and illegal e-waste dumping in developing countries since 2002. After China, India, Pakistan and Ghana, this is the story of how one very broken TV managed to avoid being tested and recycled according to EU regulations and instead ended up in Nigeria as "second hand goods"

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Documentary: Simply Raw - Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days

By doing a raw and vegan (100% vegetarian) food regime, you can be cured of diabetes

Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days is an independent documentary film that chronicles six Americans with 'incurable' diabetes switching their diet and getting off insulin.

The film follows each participant's remarkable journey and captures the medical, physical, and emotional transformations brought on by this diet and lifestyle change. We witness moments of struggle, support, and hope as what is revealed, with startling clarity, is that diet can reverse diabetes* and change lives.

Additional wisdom is provided by Morgan Spurlock, Woody Harrelson, Anthony Robbins, Rev. Michael Beckwith, and Doctors Fred Bisci, Joel Furman, and Gabriel Cousens.

Ten Lies You’ll Hear Before Pursuing Your Dream

Unfortunately, just before you take your first step on the righteous journey to pursue your dreams, people around you, even the ones who deeply care for you, will give you awful advice. It’s not because they have evil intentions. It’s because they don’t understand the big picture — what your dreams, passions, and life goals mean to you. They don’t understand that, to you the reward is worth the risk.

So they try to protect you by shielding you from the possibility of failure, which, in effect, also shields you from the possibility of making your dreams a reality.

As our friend Steve Jobs says:

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice, heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”

Ten Lies You’ll Hear Before Pursuing Your Dream

Here are ten ill-advised tips (lies) people will likely tell you when you decide to pursue your dreams and the reasons why they are dreadfully mistaken:

1. You can follow your dreams someday, but right now you need to buckle down and be responsible.

Someday? When is ”someday”? “Someday” is not a day at all. It’s a foggy generalization of a time that will likely never come. Today is the only day guaranteed to you. Today is the only day you can begin to make a difference in your life. And pursuing your dreams is what life is all about. So don’t be irresponsible. Don’t wait until “someday.” Make today the first day of the rest of your new life.

2. You’re totally screwed if it doesn’t work out.

Wrong! This is a giant, lame load of BS. You’re not even close to being screwed. In fact, the worst case scenario is that things don’t work out and you have to go back to doing exactly what you are doing right now.

3. It’s safer to stay at your day job.

Sure, I suppose. But you know what’s even safer than that? Going home, locking yourself in your bedroom, and never, ever coming out. And just like that, you will have flushed your entire life and your dreams down the toilet. Remember, safer doesn’t always mean better.

4. That’s impossible!

It’s only impossible if you never do anything about it. The reason certain things seem impossible is simply because nobody has achieved them yet. But this doesn’t mean that with your help these things won’t become possible in the future. If you truly dedicate yourself to an end result, almost anything is possible. You just have to want it bad enough.

5. Only a lucky few “make it.”

That’s because those lucky few got off their rear ends and did something about it! They had the drive, determination, and willpower that you have right now. You can be one of them. It’s up to you, and only you.

6. You might fail. And failing is bad.

Failures are simply stepping stones to success. No matter how it turns out, it always ends up just the way it should be. Either you succeed or you learn something: win–win. The biggest mistake you can make is doing nothing because you’re too scared to make a mistake. If you can’t handle failure, then you can’t handle success either.

7. You don’t have access to the right resources.

It’s not about having the right resources; it’s about exploiting the resources you do have access to. Stevie Wonder couldn’t see, so he exploited his sense of hearing into a passion for music, and he now has twenty-five Grammy Awards to prove it. Get it?

8. You need more money saved before you can take the first step.

You don’t need more money. You need a plan. You need a budget. Eliminate ALL the nonessential costs in your life. If pursuing your dream requires you to leave your day job, figure out the absolute minimum amount of income that you realistically require to live. Studying those who have succeeded with similar ventures also helps. But above all, take baby steps. Don’t be foolish and assume that you must have a certain amount of money saved right now, or that you must quit your day job today in order to pursue your dreams. Instead, ask yourself, “What actions can I take right now with the money and resources I have right now that will bring me closer to desired goal?”

9. You don’t need any help. It’s smarter to go after it alone.

You are the sum of the people you spend the most time with. If you hang with the wrong people, they will negatively affect you. But if you hang with the right people, you will be far more capable and powerful than you ever could have been alone. Find your tribe and work together to make a difference in all of your lives.

10. That sounds like a lot of hard work.

You’re darn right it does! But that doesn’t mean it’s not worth it. I think success in life hinges on one key point: finding hard work you love doing. As long as you remain true to yourself and follow your own interests, values, and dreams, you can find success through passion. Perhaps most importantly, you won’t wake up a few years from now working in a career field you despise, wondering, How the heck am I going to do this for the next thirty years? So if you catch yourself working hard and loving every minute of it, don’t stop. You’re onto something big. Because hard work ain’t hard when you concentrate on your passions and dreams.

Disregard these misguided bits of nonsense and you’ll be well on your way to fulfilling your dreams. Now get out there and make a splash!



O país mais feliz do mundo - A diferença de mentalidades.

Qual é o país mais feliz do Mundo? Segundo um estudo de uma universidade britânica, esse país é a Dinamarca. Surpreendidos? Não há razão para surpresas! Vejam o vídeo e comparem (tal como é sugerido no filme) com o que temos por cá!

(Rubrica 'Histórias do Mundo' do 'Jornal da Noite' da SIC do dia 21 de Abril de 2010)

Marc Bekoff - Animal Behavior and Emotions

Famous scientist talks about the behavior of animals and the emotions they feel.


The Majestic Plastic Bag - A Mockumentary

Narrated by Academy Award-winner Jeremy Irons, this "mockumentary" video, hammers home the stark reality of the plastic bag pollution situation.

Learn more at http://www.healthebay.org/ You can make the difference.


Quercus - Comemoração dos 25 anos de trabalho pelo Ambiente

Susana Fonseca, presidente da Quercus, faz um balanço dos 25 anos vividos pela Associação, que atingiu a marca do quarto de século no passado dia 31 de Outubro. Para cantar os parabéns, estiveram presentes no jantar comemorativo, que decorreu no Parque Biológico de Gaia, várias dezenas de pessoas, entre sócios, voluntários, trabalhadores e figuras ilustres da sua história.

Ajude a fazer a diferença e seja sócio e/ou voluntário da Quercus: www.quercus.pt

Ver mais vídeos em: http://www.quercustv.org