From 2727 B.C. to the present, Weeds presents a brief history of Cannabis, the sacred herb known to mankind for thousands of years and which has played an important role in the development of human consciousness through it's many uses... It's only after a little investigation can we know the truth, after which we can no longer turn a blind eye to the fact that the 'Hemp Plant' is helpful to us in more ways than one !

A Brief History Of Weed Part 1

Music by Emeen Z !

Going all the way back to 8000 B.C, Weeds presents another look at the history of cannabis.

A Brief History Of Weed Part 2

Music is "Go Meet the Seed" by "Thee Oh Sees."

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"Titans of Yoga" is a recently released 70 min documentary film which shares with us timeless yogic wisdom as best known to the 25 Masters of Yoga, Meditation & Mindfulness who are featured in this fantastic documentary on the union of the mind and body ; spirit and matter.

The Yoga Health Foundation presents this ONEderful Documentary Film by Johannes R. Fisslinger featuring Dr. Dean Ornish, Lilias Folan, Kim Eng, Bryan Kest, Ana Forrest, Seane Corn, Gurmukh Khalsa, Shiva Rea, David Life, Sharon Gannon, Gary Kraftsow, David Swenson, Vinnie Marino, Sara Ivanhoe, Lisa Walford, Larry Payne, John Friend, Beth Shaw, Rajashree Choudhary, Dharma Mittra, Swami Kriyananda, Deva Premal & Miten Saul, David Raye & Krishna Kaur.

Music by The Shaman's Dream Music Collective at Yogi Tunes !

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The Money Masters is a 1995 documentary which explains the history behind the current world depression and the bankers’ goal of world economic control by a very small coterie of private bankers, above all governments.

It discusses the concepts of money, debt, and taxes, and describes their development from biblical times onward. It covers the history of fractional-reserve banking, central banking, monetary policy, the bond market, and the Federal Reserve System in the United States.

“The purpose of this financial crisis is to take down the U.S. dollar as the stable datum of planetary finance and, in the midst of the resulting confusion, put in its place a Global Monetary Authority [GMA - run directly by international bankers freed of any government control] -a planetary financial control organization”

- Bruce Wiseman

Reference : The Money Masters

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In this video, Dr. Wayne Dyer and Dr. Bruce Lipton have a discussion about "The Biology Of Belief" on the Hay House Radio Stage at the I Can Do It! Las Vegas. Another good one from Dr. Bruce Lipton & Dr. Wayne Dyer sharing with us how we can choose to reprogram our belief systems and empower our self ...

Reference : Hay House

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The Kindness Offensive is a project where the aim is to have fun, be kind and inspire as many people as possible to do the same. Performing both small and large scale "Random Acts of Kindness" is what these guys do, working together with so many kind of volunteers, companies and charities to make so many people happy.

David Goodfellow and his housemates are spontaneous do-gooders who go by the name “The Kindness Offensive”. They specialise in meting out random acts of charity to unsuspecting members of the public.

Their first successful “kindness act” was to persuade Yamaha to donate a red guitar to a boy who they knew wanted one. They have since followed that up by sending someone to see the Moscow State Circus, fulfilling another person’s dream of seeing a match at Wembley and, in October, they distributed more than 25 tonnes of food to destitute asylum-seekers.

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"Secrets of the Maya Underworld" delves deep into the history of this ancient civilisation that settled in the Mexican Yucatan, a peninsula the size of England that separates the Gulf of Mexico from the Caribbean Sea.

In 1841, the intrepid explorer John Lloyd Stephens - who some consider to be the original, real version of Indiana Jones - amazed the world with his discovery of an entire ancient civilisation hidden for centuries in the tangled scrub jungles of Central America. He also noticed something uniquely curious about the Maya: unlike other great civilisations such as the Romans and the ancient Egyptians, the Mayan empire did not arise from the banks of a mighty river. Much of the Mayan world is in fact devoid of even the smallest river or lake. Then why did they populate the Yucatan?

The Maya believed that the freshwater pools, or cenotes, dotted across the area were sacred portals to the underworld. They are indeed portals, but rather to an incredible underground labyrinthine system of rivers. They are only now being properly explored and understood, bringing more information to light about how this secret world was created by nature in a unique chain of dramatic events.

Modern technology has allowed deeper exploration of these cenotes, revealing a world of contorted caverns, underground rivers and dark recesses alive with stalactites, stalagmites, bats and some very ancient species. But how were these underground watercourses formed? It's a mystery that is only now being pieced together, with Scientists conjecturing that it involved the birth and death of a coral reef and the impact of massive asteroid that is thought to have extinguished the dinosaurs.

In this program, two divers - one British and one American - explore the pools of the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico to discover new elements of the Mayan culture and civilisation.

American explorer and diver Sam Meacham came to the Yucatan in 1994 to spend 6 months exploring...and after over 10 years, he is still there. British-born Steve Bogaerts shares Sam's passion for both diving and exploring and together they mount explorations deep into the Yucatan's interior. They are attempting to track the thousands of cenotes and see how this underground system links up, underneath the flourishing jungle of the Yucatan. At the bottom of many cenotes, Sam and Steve have found offerings to Mayan gods, including pots and even human remains - that could be from human sacrifices. A whole food chain has been found in the deepest recesses of these cenotes - over 20 species that have never seen the light of day. Some of the underground caverns are not totally full of water, instead, incredibly, they are home to thousands of bats.

"Cenotes really present us with the truest form of exploration found today. When we come up to the side of a cenote, we literally have no idea what we'll find at the bottom of it until we investigate and for me, that is one of the greatest thrills about what we do.", Sam explains.

It is only now that the true story of the Yucatan and the way the Maya civilisation flourished there, is becoming clear.

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Religulous is a new comedy documentary movie from director Larry Charles ('Borat', 'Seinfeld') & Comedian/TV host Bill Maher ("Real Time with Bill Maher," "Politically Incorrect") who take a pilgrimage across the globe on a mind-opening journey into the ultimate taboo: questioning religion. Meeting the high and low from different religions, Maher simply asks questions, like "Why is faith good?" "Why doesn't an all-powerful God speak to us directly?" and "How can otherwise rational people believe in a talking snake?" For anyone who's even a little spiritually curious, this divine entertainment will deepen your faith... in comedy !

There are some instances in the film where Bill Maher sounds outright rude and maybe rather too harsh with his statements ... Nevertheless, there is truth being shared here as best known to Bill Maher, expressed in his own funny way ... Nothing to be offended of anyway :)

Bill Maher interviews some of religion's oddest adherents. Muslims, Jews and Christians of many kinds pass before his jaundiced eye. Maher goes to a Creationist Museum in Kentucky, which shows that dinosaurs and people lived at the same time 5000 years ago. He talks to truckers at a Truckers' Chapel. ( Sign outside: "Jesus Loves You" ) He goes to a theme park called Holy Land in Florida. He speaks to a Rabbi in league with Holocaust deniers. He talks to a Muslim musician who preaches hatred towards Jews. Maher finds the unlikeliest of believers and, in a certain Vatican priest, he even finds an unlikely skeptic.

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In the following videos Lilou Mace who hosts Lilou Mace Web TV interviews prominent crop circle photographer & researcher Lucy Pringle who shares with us her views & experiences with Crop Circles ...

Mystery of Crop Circles & Vibrational Geometry discussed with Lucy Pringle ...

An exclusive interview with Lucy Pringle on her 20-year research on crop circles. She reveals the nature of her work and the experience of crop circles, sacred geometry and vibrations.

Lucy Pringle was educated in England, France and Switzerland and has travelled widely, spending twelve years in Jamaica where her elder son was born. She is a Founder member of the Centre for Crop Circle Studies. She is widely known and is an international authority on the subject and the pioneer researcher into the effects of electromagnetic fields on living systems. This includes the physiological and psychological effects reported by people after visiting or being in the vicinity of a crop formation. Also animal behaviour, remote effects, luminosities, mechanical failures and audio effects. Her research shows measured changes in the human hormones following short exposure to the circles, also changes in brain activity.

Recent research in NIR (Near Infra Red) revealed a marked increase in the protein content in grain taken from inside a crop formation.

She works with scientists from all over the world.

She also writes, appears on TV and broadcasts extensively on the crop circle phenomenon. She has been a guest on BBC and Meridian Television and The Big Breakfast Show. The BBC has recently produced a programme on her research which was shown on Inside Out. She has also appeared on many US programmes including William Gazecki's 'Quest for Truth', The Discovery, Learning and History Channels, and TV programmes in Germany, Japan, France, Italy, Spain, Slovenia, Mexico and Canada. She was a guest on Libby Purvis's Mid-Week programme on Radio 4 and the BBC World Service.

She is also an aerial photographer and had an exhibition of her work in 2002 at The Independent Photographer's Gallery in Battle, Sussex, which was nominated the Sunday Telegraph's Art Critics Choice.

Denbighshire County Council is also hosting a travelling exhibition of her work.

She has the UK's most comprehensive photographic crop circle library.

She is a Founder Member and Chairman of UNEX (Unexplained Phenomena Research Society).

She lectures at home and internationally, including the Darwin Society at Christ's College, Cambridge, the Scientific Exploration Society, The College of Psychic Studies and Alternatives, London.

She is a contributor to The Crop Circle Enigma, Crop Circles; Harbingers of World Change and Und Wieder Kornkreise. She has contributed articles to a number of magazines including, Kindred Spirit, The Cerealogist, Caduceus, The Circular, The P.S.I. Researcher, A Quest for Knowledge, the Journal of The British Society of Dowsers and many others.

Her first two books Crop Circles, the Greatest Mystery of Modern Times, a highly illustrated and penetrating investigation into the subject, was published by Thorsons, Harper Collins in September 1999 and Crop Circles, published in 2002 by Pitkin Press are both best sellers on the subject.

Her third book, Crop Circles, Art in the Landscape, a widely acclaimed and stunningly beautiful anthology of the subject, published by Frances Lincoln is due in the shops in May 2007.

She has published a book of cartoons Paranormal Pranks drawn by Peter Eade. This book is A4 format and is perfect as a gift to fit into your pocket.

She is a member of The British Society of Dowsers.

She lives in Hampshire and in 1995 and 2005 completed lectures in the States and Canada which was enthusiastically received. She appeared on Warner Television and in New York and Canadian Television in Toronto.

Crop Circles: Where Divinity has touched the Earth ?

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The Awakening Trilogy includes 3 videos titled The Call, The Plan & The Prophecy which are in fact One; one film, with one message, coming from One Heart, One Mind & One Spirit, Awakening us to our Oneness with ourselves, the Earth, each other… and All.

The Call – "The Awakening Trilogy" Pt.1

“The Call” is a call from the heart, and for the heart, to inspire people to unite in genuine selfless service of the Earth and all living things.

The Plan – "The Awakening Trilogy" Pt. 2

“The Plan” appeals to the mind and shows how Unity, Truth, Compassion and Selflessness may bring balance and healing to the Earth.

The Prophecy – "The Awakening Trilogy" Pt. 3

“The Prophecy” brings the message of “The Awakening Trilogy” to its peak of inspiration and empowerment by shining a light, through the fear and confusion surrounding the Mayan December 21st, 2012 date. Created with great care and attention to the Wisdom of our Spiritual Elders and that of certain new scientists “The Prophecy” tells the story of 2012 with light and clarity.

Awakening As One exists for the sole purpose of inspiring and encouraging humanity to make the intelligent choice to unite and live for the peace and harmony of all, rather than for the material gain of the self.

Awakening As One commits the total sum of its available resources and creativity into the furtherance of the immediate divine objective for humanity and planet earth; which include 1) uniting those who hold a vision for a more harmonious existence, and 2) combining our diverse, yet complimentary skills, so that we may free ourselves from our dependency on our current self-destructive system, and thereby 3) begin the co-creation of a new harmonious Way of BEing, with each other… and the Earth.

With grateful hearts
We are…

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Zen is a school of Mahāyāna Buddhism. The Japanese word Zen is derived from the Chinese word Chán, which in turn is derived from the Sanskrit word dhyāna, which means "meditation" or "meditative state."

Zen has been surrounded by myth, taboo and misconception. The Zen Mind is a journey across Japan to explore the practice of zen and expel some of these myths. "The Zen Mind - A Zen Journey Across Japan" is a documentary full of contrasts as we travel across the width and breadth of Japan to explore Zen today.

In Japan, the cloistered lifestyle of the zen monk is declining, but zen is finding a renewal among the baby boomers in the cities. Our journey starts here with a visit to the Dogen Sangha or zen center, tucked among the office buildings of a Tokyo suburb, where commuters and office-workers stop by for meditation.

We join the formal ceremonies of Kyoto’s largest zen temple and witness the rituals that have managed to survive a thousand years. In the depths of the surrounding countryside we visit a zen center that is carrying on the very spar tan and simple zen lifestyle that many temples have abandoned. This contrast heightens as we enter Japan’s largest soto zen monastery and live with the zen monks and disciples. Our cameras film unrestricted as we join the monks.

Throughout this journey is the underlying practice of zazen or meditation, the act of sitting and concentrating the mind to an emptiness—to reach a self-realization and enlightenment. Intimate interviews with the spiritual heads or Roshi reveal their methods and precepts for zazen and keeping their students on the path to enlightenment. One of Japan’s leading flute players, Christopher Yohmei Blasdel provides the unique soundtrack of shakuhachi flute fused with digital melodic tones. The combination of beautiful photography, compelling narrative and striking music create a memorable Zen experience.

This video is filmed entirely on location in Japan at the following Zen monasteries and center: Soji-ji Monastery, Tenryuji Temple, Ryoanji Temple, Nanzenji Temple, Ginkakuji Temple, Kyoto Kokusai Zendo, Dogen Sangha-Tokyo, Komazawa University and Eishen-ryu Iaido dojo.

~Peace to all beings~

“Absolutely amazing and wonderfully shot. After watching it I was truthfully extremely relaxed and ready to take on more stress from my every day life. I cannot recommend this film enough. It showcases the most beautiful temples in Kyoto and brought back many fond memories. Braeley did a first class job and I take my hat of to him.” Don Warrener, Hollywood, California. 09/27/2007

We have always been fascinated by zen. What does it do (nothing)? What is it (not much)? How do you practice (do nothing)?. So how do you make a documentary of something that you cannot see or touch? Well, I think we succeeded, by the great reviews we keep receiving. This story could not be told without the great music of Japan’s top Shakuhachi flute player – Christopher Yohmei and the melodies of Synthezer player, Uehara. The soundtrack is also available.

First, we decided to film on location in Japan and at the widest range of zen centers and monasteries – from the zen centers in downtown bustling Tokyo to the mountains above Kyoto, it is an incredible film of contrasts. Secondly, we talked to every teacher and roshi that we could find – and then narrowed this down to some of the best interviews on zen life and zen daily practice. Travelling from the top to the bottom of Japan and across its breadth. Deep into the countryside of Kyoto, to a Rinzai zen center for foreigners to the largest Soto zen monastery in Japan. In this unique film, we are allowed to witness the daily life of the zen monk, preparing food, at work, and learning and seeking answers. You will watch the rituals inside the zendo or meditation hall and of zazen (meditation) and use of Koan’s (questions) to go deeper and deeper into the subconscious. It is a fascinating journey that could change your own life forever.

Zen mind is the "Natural" state of our being: No self, no identity, no memes, no beliefs.

Any idea of "what is" takes us away from what is - to be in the moment, all ideas need to be gone. There's not even an "I" to have the ideas.

The natural being acts as an outcome of the movement of the universe, in the same way that an artist's brush is moved by its "universe".

All "teachings", "spiritual" paths or "sacred" practices actually take us away from the moment, because it needs an "I" to do them, with an agenda of some kind, something to gain. All of which removes our beingness from the identity-free moment.

The only way that "what is" can be experienced is to lose all traces of self, in which case the "what is" can't be experienced because there is no one there to experience it.

Any description of the state of the natural mind is false, including this one. "It" cannot be described. "It" is always "bigger" than the limiting description.

There is not even an "ultimate" state to gain, because the very idea that there is, takes us away from it.

All there is, is the operation of the universe in its all-ness. There's no such thing as "enlightened" or "unenlightened". These are just ideas of what is.

Even "bliss" or "transcendence" is a state of mind that needs an "I" to experience those feelings.

Thoughts are the glue of our belief structures. "I" is the creation of thoughts and beliefs.

What's happening, when we think we are functioning human beings, is the operating system of the brain, running sophisticated meme/belief structures that create the content of our identities and sense of self.

The only act awareness can "do" is to let go of "self" awareness. Awareness, to be fully there, needs to have no "I" attached to it.

Where there was self, there is now "active" emptiness.

Action, from this place, is an instantaneous, pure response to the call of the moment. It is the moment, the universe acting, not the person.

True peace is an absence of agitation, an absence of self-generated internal activity. So peace cannot be "done", or created - it's an absence of doing. This allows unadulterated "what-is" to be.

All action out of this state is completely harmonious and non-conflicting. There is nothing there to conflict with anything else.

A transcended being feels the world cleanly, whereas an "I", full of beliefs and ideas of self, overlays those unadulterated feelings with external content, imbuing them with emotional "charge". This charge is reactive to the world around it, continually creating conflict as it attempts to dissipate.

Whatever is actual or real can only be there when all ideas, all thoughts, all belief, all traces of identity are gone - when there is no "I" left to take us out of the moment. If the eternal now moment is all there is, this may be the only way to be in it.

Thought is only necessary, only of any use, when it is called for by the moment, for a particular task. To keep thinking beyond the particular call of the moment is the same as keeping your arm above your head all the time, or hopping on one leg all the time.

What comes out of the moment relates only to that moment. It's already past and nonexistent as it is experienced. To hold to anything experienced or said in that moment, is to live in the dead past.

If you can't touch it, show it, taste it, does it have any reality?

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'The Matrix' is a 1999 Australian-American science fiction-action film written and directed by Larry and Andy Wachowski; starring Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Joe Pantoliano, and Hugo Weaving.

It was first released in North America on March 31, 1999, and is the first installment in the Matrix series of films, comic books, video games, and animation.

One of the first movies of its kind ... questioning our understanding of the nature of our so called reality based on what we perceive through the five senses ...

The film depicts a future in which reality as perceived by most humans is actually a simulated reality created by sentient machines to pacify and subdue the human population, while their bodies' heat and electrical activity are used as an energy source. Upon learning this, computer programmer "Neo" is drawn into a rebellion against the machines, involving other people who have been freed from the "dream world" and into reality.

The Matrix Movie

Matrix Reloaded

Matrix Revolutions

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"Ring Of Fire : An Indonesian Odyssey" is an educational documentary highlighting the mysterious surroundings of the Spice and Aru Islands, which are found within the archipelago that makes up the beautiful country of Indonesia.

Watch as producers Lorne and Lawrence Blair take viewers beneath the blue waters on a dive in search of pearls and deep into the green jungles with the native Bugis tribes. Running 58 minutes, this cultural adventure is a "Mystic Fire Video" and one installment of the Ring of Fire collection !

In the mid-1970s, documentary filmmakers Lorne and Lawrence Blair ventured into Indonesia. They hoped that their decade-long spiritual journey would somehow result in a feature-length film that would accurately, and eloquently convey their experiences. The Blairs ended up with five films, which were released to television and theaters under the blanket title "Ring of Fire - An Indonesian Odyssey".

Each film, or "volume," depicts a single fascinating aspect of Indonesian life and customs. The five volumes include "Spice Island Saga," "Dance of the Warriors," "East of Krakatoa", "Dream Wanderers of Borneo" & "Beyond the Ring of Fire".

The Ring of Fire - Spice Island Saga

Dance of the Warriors

The brothers sail to the islands of Komodo where they encounter the Komodo Dragon, Sumba where they witness human sacrifice, New Guinese where they meet the Asmat, and finally Bali where they build a home in a village.

British brothers Lawrence and Lorne Blair set out in the 1960s on a marvelous, thought-provoking, ten-year adventure through the 3,000-mile length of the remote Indonesian archipelago. Inspired by a dog-eared copy of Alfred Russell Wallace's The Malay Archipelago -and his nineteenth century voyage of scientific exploration and discovery--their unforgettable odyssey set sail out of the Celebes (Sulawesi) for the Spice Islands on a perilous schooner crossing with the seafaring Bugis. Tossed to and fro from home port Makassar to isolated Aru Island-stalked all the way by rotting ship beams and the specter of pirates-they were rewarded with one of the rarest sights on earth-the fluffy white plumage of the elusive Bird of Paradise.

Metaphysical, anthropological, and intellectual in tone-with a healthy dose of dry wit and humor-the Blairs take you along as they confront komodo dragons, chew betel nut in Sumba, witness a traditional Pasola battle, and herald the annual arrival on shore of the sacred nyale sea worms. Full of naive courage and boundless curiosity, they sought out Asmat headhunters/cannibals in the highlands of Papua New Guinea. Undaunted, these dream wanderers went eye to eye with the fiery blast furnace of simmering Krakatoa. They commandeered a longboat upriver and trekked through the leech-ridden jungles of Borneo with native guides on an arduous land search for the secretive, traditional Punan hunter-gatherers. Ring of Fire chronicles their cultural encounters on Java as they visited the sultan's court (and sacred "kris" knife) and an acupuncturist who harnessed yin/yang energy to heal the sick with self-generated electric charges. Open-minded and non-judgmental about the diverse religions and customs they encountered, the Blairs became deeply enchanted by trance, and by the shadow screen nether world of the wayang kulit. Their travels took them back to Sulawesi for the funeral of the last king of Tanah Torajah-into a unique architectural-animist pocket where boat-shaped roofs rise out of the cool forest floor representing ancestral sky ships on their descent from heaven to earth.

The thrill-seeking, nomadic Blairs unexpectedly found themselves permanently landlocked and suspended-mind, soul, and body-in the island Shangrila that they discovered in Bali. An artist friend in Pengosekan-a vibrantly creative community of farmers and painters-invited them to build a new house on his land. In true, cooperative Balinese style, the brothers had only to pay for the necessary raw materials (bamboo, coconut wood, and elephant grass) and the religious celebration at the completion of the structure. The people of Pengosekan freely contributed their skilled labor and artistic expertise; this shared investment in and commitment to each other's dwellings works to further bind the village together. Sleeping and learning in their open-air platform obervatory perched high above the sculpted jade rice terraces, the Blair brothers came to call Bali their very own, lifelong island of the gods. They would return time and again-in between sometimes dangerous, always enlightening meetings with natural peoples along the equatorial frontier-to their permanent home base in Bali. It is here that they fell in love with one culture and one island out of the hundreds that they visited. Lawrence and Lorne fully explored their adopted pied à terre-from startling footage of the eruption of Mt. Agung in 1963, to the cremation of famous 116-year-old Balinese artist Lempoad, to the opulent funeral procession of the last rajah of Gianyar. (When Lorne died on his beloved Bali in 1996, he was cremated and his remains returned to the sea in accordance with Bali-Hindu religious rites.) Their amazing adventures (available in book or video format) are the stuff of storybook legends-from the hidden rainforest peoples of Borneo, to islands where magicians still hold sway, to the sun-speckled spiritual haven of heart-shaped Bali.

East of Krakatoa

The 10-year voyage of two filmmakers, brothers Lorne and Lawrence Blair, through the world's largest and least known archipelago - the exotic, mysterious islands of Indonesia. These island form a chain of active volcanoes that arc down and around into the Pacific to form the "Ring of Fire." To pass beyond it is to cross the threshold into another dimension, a magical land where ancient myths still flourish. East of Krakatoa - In the shadow of Java's constantly erupting volcanoes, the Blairs descend from the crater of the newly erupted "Child of Krakatoa" and encounter a world of medieval courts, mystical shadow puppet plays, forgers of magical swords, healers with supernatural powers and whole communities ruled by the powerful "Spirit of the South Seas." Back in Bali, they meet such sages as the master artist Nyoman Lempad, who was to die a conscious death on the day of his choosing at the age of 116. And among the Toraja people of the Celebes highlands, they share in the massive funeral rites of the last king of the tribe which believes its ancestors came from the stars in skyships.

Dream Wanderers of Borneo

Beyond the Ring of Fire

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In 2000, Kosta Danaos published a book, called The Magus of Java: Teachings of an Authentic Taoist Immortal where he tells about John Chang, his system (called neikung or Nei Kung).

It's an amazing story of a Javanese healer and martial artist who demonstrates his full mastery of Chi, or bio-energy, as witnessed in the clip from the documentary film Ring of Fire.

The most startling sequence in the film is that of the acupuncturist John Chang generating an electrical current within his body, which he uses to heal the film maker with an eye infection, and then setting a newspaper on fire with his bare hand.

This scene caused the Greek martial arts instructor Kosta Danaos to seek out the master and begin an apprenticeship that would yield more insights into Chang`s astonishing powers. Chang is a direct heir to the lineage of the fifth-century B.C.Chinese master Mo-Tzu, Confucius`s great rival. He is a master of a Kung Fu lineage whose roots can be traced back twenty-four hundred years and he teaches the discipline of Mo-Pai, little known in the West, and practises techniques such as pyrokinesis, telekinesis, levitation, telepathy, and interaction with spirits.

The Magus of Java includes explanations of Chang`s paranormal abilities witnessed by the author and vividly described, and offers proof for the existence and study of Chi and Neikung, or internal power.

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The Red Book, also known as Liber Novus (Latin for A New Book), is a 205-page manuscript written and illustrated by Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung which was not published or shown to the public until 2009.

Until 2001, his heirs denied scholars access to the book, which he began after a fall out with Sigmund Freud in 1913. Jung originally titled the manuscript Liber Novus (literally meaning A New Book in Latin), but it was informally known and published as The Red Book. The book is written in calligraphic text and contains many illuminations.

Carl Jung's The Red Book is considered to be the most influential unpublished work in the history of psychology.

When Carl Jung embarked on an extended self-exploration he called his confrontation with the unconscious, the heart of it was 'The Red Book', a large, illuminated volume he created between 1914 and 1930. Here he developed his principle theories—of the archetypes, the collective unconscious, and the process of individuation—that transformed psychotherapy from a practice concerned with treatment of the sick into a means for higher development of the personality.

While Jung considered The Red Book to be his most important work, only a handful of people have ever seen it. Now, in a complete facsimile and translation, it is available to scholars and the general public. It is an astonishing example of calligraphy and art on a par with The Book of Kells and the illuminated manuscripts of William Blake. This publication of The Red Book is a watershed that will cast new light on the making of modern psychology.

The process of digitally capturing "The Red Book" was done by DigitalFusion.

Download "The Red Book" Liber Novus by Carl Gustav Jung (PDF)

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"Beyond The Secret" is the sequel to the hugely popular & widely acclaimed, "The Secret" Movie, based on a book by the same name written by Rhonda Byrne ...

 Beyond The Secret is a compilation of real life stories by real people that have experienced the Law of Attraction at work in their own lives and includes many Master Teachers who share powerful life changing information that drives you to create exciting new ways of thinking!

Holli Walker (the creator of the movie) spent 18 months researching her stories and interviewing 10 of the most respected and experienced personal development Master Teachers along with many ‘ordinary’ people from all walks of life who share their amazing experiences with the Law of Attraction.

The Beyond The Secret DVD is fully loaded with easy to understand ideas and practical advice that you can start using immediately to achieve whatever you want in life.

The movie runs for 70 minutes and is very fast paced. It bombards you with message after message after message, which is why I recommend you watch it very closely without any interruptions, and more than once!

As the title of the movie suggests, this movie really takes you forward from where The Secret by Rhonda Byrne left off. The Secret showed you what the Law of Attraction is all about and how it has been used by many people throughout the world and throughout history to achieve success in many different areas of their lives. Beyond The Secret finally answers the questions “What Do I Do?” and “How Do I Do It?”.

It gives you a new set of tools to make the Law of Attraction work for you in any economy, in any situation and for everyone.

In addition to Holli Walker and the cross section of real people who explain how the Law of Attraction has greatly improved their lives, the main stars of the movie and Master Teachers include Bob Proctor, Les Brown, Marcia Weider, Christian Simpson, Paul Martinelli, Mark Moffit, Steve Siebold, Ricki Byers Beckwith and Mary Morrissey.

References : Beyond The Secret Movie Blog & Beyond The Secret Movie Review

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