A Stranger Among Us

Melanie Griffith turns in a winning performance as detective Emily Eden, a tough New York City cop forced to go undercover to solve a puzzling murder. Her search for the truth takes her into a secret world of unwritten law and unspoken power, a world where the only way out is deeper in!

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A Stranger Among Us was originally published on Divine Aim

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Meeting your Spirit Guide(s) – Guided Meditation

A meditation like this helped me to connect with my spirit guides. Those who are looking for the connection I hope this helps you to meet your guide(s) or at…

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Don’t Think Twice

Don’t Think Twice is a smart, funny and honest comedy starring Keegan-Michael Key, Gillian Jacobs, Mike Birbiglia, Kate Micucci, Chris Gethard and Tami Sagher. For 11 years, the six-person comedy team known as The Commune has killed onstage, waiting for its big break. The team finds itself at a crossroads when one of the group becomes a solo success, and the others begin to wonder if they will make it after all. (Original Title – Don’t Think Twice) – 2016 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Don’t Think Twice was originally published on Divine Aim

Road to Peace

In a world dominated by violence, how can we create peace in our lives? This award-winning film goes on an extraordinary journey with the Dalai Lama, demonstrating how any one of us can create change and transform the world in which we live

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Road to Peace was originally published on Divine Aim

Best Meditation Music Oliver Shanti Vol. III

01) The Secret of the Bamboo Tea House 02) Maitreya and His Mount Kameyama 03) Senzei Muso Soseki Kokushi Temple Gardens 04) Avalokiteshvara Tsukimachiyama C…

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The Kingdom Within

The film began as a response to a couple of evangelical Christian pastors referring to yoga as ‘demonic’ and ‘against Christianity’. While not all Christians have these sentiments, there are many Christians that are conflicted about their yoga practice. The central premise of this film is based on a yogic interpretation of a famous Bible verse: that the Kingdom of Heaven cannot be observed, for it is within you (Luke 17:21). As a compilation of interviews from yogis, Christians, and scholars comparing these ancient spiritual systems, director Bob Peck uses this documentary to examine why or how they might have a compatible application with one another.

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The Kingdom Within was originally published on Divine Aim

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