Peter Engberg

Few artists have the ability to reconcile the film world’s technical science with spiritual power – Peter Engberg (born 1946), however, is one of them: he has been on numerous journeys in his life and directed international award-winning documentary films. He has traveled in over 50 countries and led film expeditions in Sahara, Sinai, Bhutan, Belize, Guatemala, Nepal, Peru and Mali with his camera to reach the bottom and top of human existence. 

Among other things. He has interviewed Dalai Lama, Mikhail Gorbatjov, Peter Høeg, Thor Heyerdahl and astronaut Edgar Mitchell but here on the blog we turn the lens towards Peter himself because of his insight into the potential that can trigger a paradigm shift in our way of thinking. 

According to Peter Engberg, the potential is about the ability to let go of control – something he developed when he lived in a Japanese zen temple several years ago and practiced archery with the monks.

"There is a field beyond all the right and all the wrong. Let's meet there."

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