Wasn't that program just full of great conversation starters? Here are a few questions to get you going.
What did you learn about Cedar that you didn't already know?
How does this make you think differently about material consumption in our society?
What changes could you make in your life to decrease material consumption?
How and why does this inspire you to connect more deeply with Mother Earth?
What does this film inspire in you?
What about Julie's story most resonates with you?
What do you feel your super powers are?
We know movement and nature are healing. Does this mean anything to you and why?
Is there something you need to stand up and do for yourself?
What about Kimi's lessons connected with you and why?
The journey to pregnancy is different for everyone. How did Kimi's journey land with you? If you feel comfortable to share why, go for it.
Do you have womxn of all ages in your life? What does this mean to you?
Do you know the person you want to grow into? Who is that person compared to who you are now?
What struck you most in this film? Why?
Cultural and family expectations can hold people from living their truth. This happens at all different levels of intensity; how has this influenced you in your life?
If it's needed, how can you break free of social constructs that aren't supporting you in your life?
What changes do you want to see in society on the topic of social expectations, social constructs and limitations.
Did you learn something new about Canadian Indigenous history? What was it and what does this new learning mean for you in your life?
Do you have relationships in your life like Mathea and Paige share? What do they mean to you and why?
What resonated most deeply with you in this film?
What does this inspire you to learn more about with respect to Indigenous history and modern day challenges that impact Indigenous people?
What does Mirna's story mean to you and why?
Do you share aspects of Mirna's story in your own life? What are they?
Do you notice judgements you have of other people based on their appearance? What work are you doing to catch these moments of judgement and adjust your thought processes?
What inspires you about Mirna's attitude and how would you like to work on improving yours?
What did you learn in this film that you didn't already know?
What most resonates with you about Faith's mission?
What inclusion and diversity issues are coming up in your world most these days?
What do you think you need to learn more about to better understand these topics of inclusion, diversity and the protection of natural lands?
What most resonates with you about Saraswati's story?
This spiritual event is beautiful. How does this resonate with you and why?
These mountains are just incredible. Does nature act as a spiritual connector for you? How?
What of the "old world" here draws you in and why?
What of the "old world" in this film does not appeal to you and why?