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.
Three stoner buddies throw a house party that ends in flames after two thugs burn the house down. Now in debt and desperate, the three concoct a half-baked plan to rob a medical marijuana club while posing as police officers. Unfortunately, this club is secretly owned by a drug kingpin who dispatches the feared Four Horseman thugs to kill them. This pursuit sends a wave of violence across Oakland as the assassins off hippies, ninjas, naked clowns, and just about anyone who stands in their way.
Osho sets out an unusual vision about the right way to help a child grow without interfering in his natural potential, responding to the question:
“What is the right way to help a child grow without interfering in his natural potentiality?” —
For Osho true education consists in not helping our children but to let them grow free, to develop natural talents and reach an unknowable potential as unique and unrepeatable individuals: “Your concern should be to take away all the dangers, but not to interfere with the child; let them go their own way”, he says. In this talk, with his singular perspective, Osho analyzes the life of a human being, demonstrating amongst his other insights, that the first seven years have a determinant powerful significance on a child’s growth.
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In the late ’60s, the notion that reggae would become more than just a novelty act would have been laughed at. To break into the mainstream, the movement needed a powerful voice of prophetic proportions. This voice emerged from the collective work of three pioneering friends from Jamaica, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, and Robert Nesta Marley, who sought to bring about an ideological revolution through deeply meditative, hypnotic, and spiritual music. Catch a Fire was the Wailers’ and reggae’s introduction to the world and turned Bob Marley into a mega-icon of enormous proportions. It was the first album to remain true to the traditions of reggae music while having enough elements that were accessible to popular culture.
Eckhart Tolle leads a meditation on “The Power of the Present Moment” at Wisdom 2.0 2014.
Meditation: Eckhart Tolle
Lo Lieh was famous as Shaw Studio’s first international kung-fu film star. He was famous throughout Asia for dozens of superlative performances in everything from horror to modern thrillers to martial arts. But it was the rare saga Lo also directed, and this was one of those special events. Following his huge success starring as the infamous Shaolin Temple traitor in preeminent kung-fu filmmaker Liu Chia-liang’s Executioners From Shaolin, he returned to the role in this, a combination sequel and remake. Liu stayed on as choreographer, while his famed adoptive brother, Gordon Liu Chia-hui, and his discovery, Hui Ying-hung, stepped into the starring roles. The result is a lighter-hearted entertainment, as our hero learns “Embroidery Fist” and acupuncture to counter the evil White Lotus leader’s deadly “Weightless Boxing” and “Nerve Centre Shutdown” techniques. The permutations of their fights are delightful to behold.
After being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, journalist and filmmaker Shannon Harvey travelled the world in search of the missing link in healthcare. From interviewing world leading scientists to meeting people with remarkable stories of recovery from severe back pain, heart disease, infertility, cancer and multiple sclerosis, this documentary delves into the link between our mind and body. The film includes an internationally recognized line up of scientists including Dr. Herbert Benson, researchers including Dr. Dean Ornish, writers including Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn and renowned medical doctors including Dr. Andrew Weil. The film also features compelling true stories of recovery such as Professor George Jelinek, a Professor of Emergency Medicine who has recovered from multiple sclerosis, and Dr. Ian Gawler who recovered from an aggressive bone cancer against the odds. The Connection is a film that proves we have more influence on our health outcomes than we ever thought possible.