Quantum Planetary Meditation
Ken Sheetz and Elizabeth England met in 2010 and immediately discovered an unusual connection–their sudden experience of expanded conscious awareness led them both out of ‘the matrix’ into planetary meditation as a practice and a mission. In 2015, they united their lives and missions to engage film audiences as a collective consciousness in quantum meditation for planetary healing. Together they co-produced the documentary The Coolest Meditation Ever: Antarctica 12.12.12, 24 Quantum Intentions for a Cooler Today, an entirely crowdfunded film project through IndieGogo, receiving massive fan loyalty for the vision to meditate in Antarctica on 12.12.12. Prominent backers were Dr. Patrick Flanagan, Jonathan Goldman, James Wanless, and Ed Asner. Their successful film funding campaign, ‘Do Penguins Meditate,’ on IndieGoGo is an evolution of independent film funding and marketing with direct support of an active fanbase to filmmakers creating conscious content.
Ken Sheetz walked away from a successful career in Chicago real estate, building a skyscraper and Oprah’s first studio Harpo Studios, to pursue his passion for filmmaking. Two decades in ‘Hollywoodland’ have produced over 400 films—a serious track record for a funny guy. His work is found on Youtube, Vimeo and conscious film events.
Elizabeth England is co-host of the Coolest Meditation Ever film projects. A techno-geek, she advocates meditation’s positive effects on planetary coherence and the intersection of music and mantra for deep connection with awakened states. Coolest Meditation Ever projects were greatly enhanced by her years of experience with film crowdfunding experts From the Heart Productions.
Projects in Production: Ken and Elizabeth’s current film project is Love Trumps Hate being inspired by the Trump inauguration and the Women’s March the next day, they filmed peace meditations in DC amidst the polarity of opinions, energies and anxieties, adding interviews with great minds in conscious science. The team is preparing for a trip to the Arctic in 2018 for The Coolest Meditation Ever and a return to Antarctica in 2020.