Tag Archives: meditation-videos

The Music Box

When a music box begins affecting Sophie’s behavior and health Annabelle seeks the aid of a child psychologist and clairvoyant who soon discover the music box is possessed by an evil spirit.

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The Music Box was originally published on Divine Aim

Rebellious Flower

How the innocent and intrinsic questions of a child ripen into the inner rebellion of a youth, through which ultimately a rebellious flower blooms, who shares the fragrance unconditionally. The story is a bouquet of hand-picked flowers from the garden of an unending celebration. Inspired by the life of Osho, it’s a first feature film on the spiritual guru Rajneesh Osho.
(CBFC U DIL/137/2015-MUM)

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Rebellious Flower was originally published on Divine Aim

The Beatles – Trilogy Part II

The Beatles were an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1960. They became the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed act in the history of popular music. Their best-known lineup consisted of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. Rooted in skiffle and 1950s rock and roll, they later utilised several genres, ranging from pop ballads to psychedelic rock, often incorporating classical and other elements in innovative ways. In the early 1960s, their enormous popularity first emerged as “Beatlemania”, but as their songwriting grew in sophistication, they came to be perceived by many fans and cultural observers as an embodiment of the ideals shared by the era’s sociocultural revolutions.

Track List:

1. Part 1 00:28
2. Part 2 16:47
3. Part 3 29:30

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The Beatles – Trilogy Part II was originally published on Divine Aim

The Scarapist

HYPNOSIS. DRUGS. KIDNAPPING. MURDER. Suburban novelist Lana (Jeanne Marie Spicuzza, “Field Day”) is entangled in a web of perversity, insanity and violence by her psychotherapist, Ilse (Katy Colloton, “Teachers”). With the help of her minions (R. Michael Gull, “Dust”), Ilse sets out to destroy Lana and her family. Based on a true story.

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The Scarapist was originally published on Divine Aim

Neurons to Nirvana: Understanding Psychedelic Medicines

A feature documentary about the resurgence of psychedelics as medicine.  Psychedelics can be potent tools for getting to know who we are, who we can be. and for healing the trauma of a society that is addicted to greed and consumerism. This film dares to break the taboo surrounding psychedelic medicines, by examining and revealing their proven potential to heal and alleviate suffering on a global scale. Through interviews with the world?s foremost researchers, writers, psychologists and pioneers in psychedelic psychotherapy, the film explores the history of five powerful psychedelic substances (LSD, Psilocybin, MDMA, Ayahuasca and Cannabis) and their previously established medicinal potential.

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Neurons to Nirvana: Understanding Psychedelic Medicines was originally published on Divine Aim

Hustlers Convention

Executive Produced by Public Enemy’s Chuck D, Hustlers Convention is a documentary film on the forgotten roots of rap. The film centers around the life and times of Jalal Mansur Nuriddin of The Last Poets and the forgotten influence of his seminal record Hustlers Convention.

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Hustlers Convention was originally published on Divine Aim

Rock Rubber 45s

ROCK RUBBER 45s is a cinematic odyssey exploring the connectivity of global basketball, sneaker, and music lifestyle through the firsthand lens of authentic NYC culture orchestrator Bobbito García. The film explores García’s youth dealing with mistreatment, educational quandaries, identity, and loss, as well as his ascension to self-determination as an adult freelance creative. The ballplayer, author, DJ, filmmaker has carved an independent career that has inspired millions throughout the world, and has affected the growth and direction of the footwear, hip hop, and sports industries in the process.

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Rock Rubber 45s was originally published on Divine Aim

Amistad

This Steven Spielberg-directed exploration into a long-ago episode in African-American history recounts the trial that followed the 1839 rebellion aboard the Spanish slave ship Amistad and captures the complex political maneuverings set in motion by the event. Filmed in New England and Puerto Rico the 152-minute drama opens with a pre-credit sequence showing Cinque (Djimon Hounsou) and the other Africans in a violent takeover of the Amistad. Captured they are imprisoned in New England where former slave Theodore Joadson (Morgan Freeman) viewing the rebels as “freedom fighters,” approaches property lawyer Baldwin (Matthew McConaughey) who attempts to prove the Africans were “stolen goods” because they were kidnapped. Running for re-election President Martin Van Buren (Nigel Hawthorne) overturns the lower court’s decision in favor of the Africans. Former President John Quincy Adams (Anthony Hopkins) is reluctant to become involved but when the case moves on to the Supreme Court Adams stirs emotions with a powerful defense. The storyline occasionally cuts away to Spain where the young Queen Isabella (Anna Paquin) plays with dolls; she later debated the Amistad case with seven U.S. presidents. The character portrayed by Morgan Freeman is a fictional composite of several historical figures. For authentic speech the Africans speak the Mende language subtitled during some scenes but not others.

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Amistad was originally published on Divine Aim

The Priest’s Wife

Father Don Mario has pledged obedience and celibacy. Alas, the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak. Especially when lovely Valeria Billi sets her dark brown eyes and romantic designs on him. Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni show why they are among the screen’s most celebrated duos in this film that’s part romantic comedy, part exploration of human and clerical frailties and 100% shiny star vehicle produced by Loren’s filmmaker husband Carlo Ponti. Loren, The New York Times later noted, “alternately married, divorced, seduced and pined after [Mastroianni] in a total of 12 movies. Of these the most famous were Marriage, Italian Style; The Priest’s Wife; and Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.”

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The Priest’s Wife was originally published on Divine Aim

Not Alone

Driven by a desire to understand why her best friend killed herself at 16, Jacqueline Monetta, 18, finds teens willing to talk about their struggles with mental illness and thoughts of suicide. Through her intimate one-to-one interviews, Jacqueline explores the difficulties teens face in this interconnected technology driven world. With unprecedented honesty and openness, they give vivid accounts of depression, anxiety, self-harm, thoughts of suicide, suicide attempts and getting help. Speaking with voices originating inside the community, they encourage teens to get support and to be supportive. Not Alone gives hope to teens struggling with mental illness.

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Not Alone was originally published on Divine Aim