THRIVE: What On Earth Will It Take?

THRIVE: What On Earth Will It Take?

133 minutes 8.2/10 based on 13 votes

Loaded with breathtaking footage, this documentary brings to light what’s really going on in our world. Obviously the universe has the astonishing ability to maintain balance and to thrive. Just think about the miracle of human reproduction that brings forth a being of unlimited potential. This bears witness to the fact that life is meant to work and our purpose here on Earth is to flourish.  But for the majority of people on the planet, life is not about thriving at all, it’s about surviving—struggling to hang on. Is this how it’s meant to be? Can it be possible that nature’s masterpiece would be limited to becoming an enemy to life itself and to its own home? What could have happened to cause all the agony and deterioration that is so evident on this planet?

By following the money upstream, and uncovering the global consolidation of power in nearly every aspect of our lives, Foster Gamble invites us to take a look at where the problem lies. His research led him to a code; a pattern in nature that holds the key to clean, sustainable energy that could completely revolutionize the way all of us live. People are suffering because of a lack of access to energy, and the implementation of this system would mean huge improvements.

Gamble also came to a deep understanding of how the economic system is engineered and what can be done to restructure it. His journey found ways in which we can claim our power to create liberating and healthy systems everywhere on Earth. Combining breakthroughs in modern science, consciousness, and activism, this documentary offers real solutions while it empowers us with bold new strategies for reclaiming our lives and our future.

From Egypt to China, then on to Turkey, India, and Austria, there’s evidence that ancient cultures were on to something big. Find out what they knew and how this knowledge is fundamental to humanity’s ability to thrive.

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