‘… I am not entirely certain why I am able to do this but I am certain that this is what I do. I have the capacity to see people deeply. And I am able to elicit and capture on film the experience of inner worlds. It seems important because this is where truth lies. And with truth comes clarity. And with clarity comes vast possibility. This is what I do. For the courageous, its application is far reaching.’ NIC
Transformational Human Portraits filmed using Nic’s unique Dynamic Truth Process, also known as the Soul Biographies Method.
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Living through the protracted experience of dispossession, Jeff Mitchell alongside others has seen a way through the pain of generations. Some in the Klamath Basin have a collective realization that when one truly knows another there is the vast possibility to transform everything.
In the search for the 'Soul of America' I know the voice that will point us there has a very particular tone. Such tone comes from a place beyond the opinion of right and wrong. From presence without need to convince. Michael spoke with this tone. Might we find the courage to be a little kinder in the absence of tragedy.
A fixation on unexamined business goals or targets can lead to personal destruction, the destruction of colleagues and organizations, and even the destruction of nature. This examines the possibility of pausing, questioning and tapping an inner wisdom before deciding on goals.
'... a fundamentalist is a person who considers whether a fact is acceptable to their faith before they explore it.' This is perhaps what so many of us do with the conversations that fill our everyday. And it raises questions. A film about the nature of curiosity starring the ever curious Seth Godin.
Nic once made a film of Dominic Miller, Sting’s guitarist of nearly 20 years. Dominic turned to Nic and said ‘You play the guitar, why don’t you record your own film music?’ From that moment Nic has written and recorded all the tracks that back his films. The guitar has become a subtle but integral part of the experience of the film.
‘… and they call me a migrant. And they call me a thief. And they call me a beggar man. An asylum seeker. And I was once a teacher. I was once a family man. I was once a dreamer. A community leader. I’ve seen friends and family all scattered and broken. And we don’t know why the cruelty keeps raging.
The power that made the body heals the body. Nature needs no help, just no interference. We live in an age where awareness of the right thing to do in respect to our own wellness is ubiquitous. The challenging question is why we do not. Why would we not choose to live in a state of ease?
Nic's methodology is quite unique. To my experience he combines mastery of film making with an age old process sometimes called diatic. His work reveals what is below the surface of common understanding. An essence sometimes called love, or consciousness, or grace.