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Crossroads: Labor Pains of a New Worldview Documentary

Crossroads: Labor Pains of a New Worldview Documentary

Crossroads: Labor Pains of a New Worldview documentary is directed and written by Joseph Ohayon, a filmmaker, writer and speaker based in Israel and New York, best known for his relentless quest to put pieces together and look at the big picture.

Joseph directs, writes, and hosts documentaries and talk shows on Israeli and US television, and also lectures on the need to adapt to an increasingly interdependent world.

Crossroads: Labor Pains of a New Worldview synopsis:

Exploring the depths of the current human condition and the emergence of an integrated worldview. Weaving together insights and findings from biology, psychology, network science, systems science, business, culture and media, the film reveals the inner workings of the human experience in the 21st century, urging viewers to step out of the box and challenge their own assumptions about who we really are, and why we do what we do.

This inspiring documentary places evolutionary context to today’s escalating social unrest, natural disasters, and economic failures.

This documentary illuminates the footsteps of an integrated worldview, penetrating its way through the power of social networks to the forefront of our personal and collective awareness. A refreshing reality check for all viewers and a clarion call for those who carry the seeds of the emerging worldview.

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

“When I say my ego, it’s an illusion. How can I transform my ego when I’m dependent on so many egos?”

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