Every once in a while I come across a health film that is really inspiring to me, so I tend to watch all of them hoping that they will inspire me or that I will learn in one way or another. In today’s podcast I interview Nick Polizzi who has spent his career directing and editing feature length documentaries about holistic alternatives to conventional medicine. Early on, Nick directed “The Tapping Solution” and co-edited “Simply Raw – Raw for 30 Days“. His current role as Producer of “The Sacred Science” stems from a calling to honor, preserve, and protect the ancient knowledge and rituals of the indigenous peoples of the world in the amazon rainforest.
In this interview, Nick and I discuss his work and part in the three films listed above, what he learned form working on these films and how his life began changing after being hit with lightning at one point in his life. We also talk about the spiritual aspect of healing, health and wellness. Consciousness of plants, and how Siberia may be the next venture for his next film on health and healing.
We discuss Chinese medicine, shamanism, healers, and the origin of healing and how it has transformed in many ways and how it impacts us and our health today. The balance of masculine and feminine energy was another interesting snippet where Nick made some very valid and useful points. I’ve gotta say, this was one of my favorite interviews on the podcast so far simply because of how in depth and interesting the conversation became.
It’s an inspiring, insightful and in-depth interview that is definitely worth your time! You will get some valuable takeaway information, it’s thoroughly enjoyable.
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– David Benjamin