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The primordial spiral is the manifested world, while Akasha is the unmanifested, or emptiness itself. All of reality is an interplay between these two things; Yang and Yin, or consciousness and matter. The spiral has often been represented by the snake, the downward current, while the bird or blooming lotus flower has represented the upward current or transcendence.

The ancient traditions taught that a human being can become a bridge extending from the outer to the inner, from gross to subtle, from the lower chakras to the higher chakras. To balance the inner and the outer is what the Buddha called the middle way, or what Aristotle called the Golden Mean. You can be that bridge.

The full awakening of human consciousness and energy is the birthright of every individual on the planet. In today’s society we have lost the balance between the inner and the outer. We are so distracted by the outer world of form, thoughts and ideas, that we no longer take time to connect to our inner worlds, the kingdom of heaven that is within.

The Pythagorian philosopher Plato hinted enigmatically that there was a golden key that unified all of the mysteries of the universe. The golden key is the intelligence of the logos, the source of the primordial om. One could say that it is the mind of God. The source of this divine symmetry is the greatest mystery of our existence. Many of history’s monumental thinkers such as Pythagoras, Keppler, Leonardo da Vinci, Tesla and Einstein have come to the threshold the mystery. Every scientist who looks deeply into the universe and every mystic who looks deeply within the self, eventually comes face to face with the same thing: The Primordial Spiral.


Part one of the film Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds. Akasha is the unmanifested, the “nothing” or emptiness which fills the vacuum of space. As Einstein realized, empty space is not really empty. Saints, sages and yogis who have looked within themselves have also realized that within the emptiness is unfathomable power, a web of information or energy which connects all things. This matrix or web has been called the Logos, the Higgs Field, the Primordial OM and a thousand other names throughout history. In part one of Inner Worlds, we explore the one vibratory source that extends through all things, through the science of cymatics, the concept of the Logos, and the Vedic concept of Nada Brahma (the universe is sound or vibration). Once we realize that there is one vibratory source that is the root of all scientific and spiritual investigation, how can we say “my religion”, “my God” or “my discovery”.

Source: AwakenTheWorldFilm

Through lively anecdotes and stories this highly revered Buddhist meditation master and scholar tells about his life of study, retreat, and teaching. The formative events of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche’s life, and those insights and experiences that caused him to mature into the warm, brilliant, and highly realized meditation master and teacher he was, are deeply inspiring. The details of his early life and spiritual training reveal an authentic and human view of Tibetan culture, as well as the hardships endured by the Tibetans who fled their country and reestablished their tradition in exile.

The first part of this volume includes Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche’s early life story, told in his own words. The second half of the book comprises recollections by Khyentse Rinpoche’s wife; his grandson and spiritual heir, Shechen Rabjam Rinpoche; Tenga Rinpoche; Tsikey Chokling Rinpoche; Orgyen Topgyal Rinpoche; Kenpo Pema Sherab; the Queen Mother of Bhutan; Trulshik Rinpche; and Pewar Tulku.

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Brilliant Moon; Glimpses of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

Brilliant Moon: Glimpses of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche chronicles the life of the writer, poet, and meditation master Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, one of Tibet’s most revered 20th-century Buddhist teachers. Known as the teacher of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Royal Family of Bhutan, his life and teachings were an inspiration to all who encountered him. Two of his admirers are Richard Gere and Lou Reed, who provide the narration for his dangerous journey out of China and the subsequent spread of his influence around the world.

Brilliant Moon was filmed in Tibet, India, Bhutan, the United States and Nepal, and uses animation, rare archival footage, and photos, along with new interviews with some of Tibet’s great teachers, to tell Khyentse Rinpoche’s moving life story, from birth to death to rebirth.

Written and directed by Neten Chokling (Milarepa movie), a student of Khyentse Rinpoche, and filmed in Tibet, India, Bhutan, Nepal and the United States, Brilliant Moon uses animation, previously unseen archival footage and photos along with new interviews of Tibet’s great teachers, to tell Khyentse Rinpoche’s moving life story, from birth to death to rebirth. This is an intimate, moving and revelatory look at a transcendent spiritual being.

Based on the best selling book by medium Chico Xavier, the film tells the story of Andre Luiz, a successful doctor who experiences an enlightening spiritual awakening after his death. When he wakes up in the spiritual world, he embarks on a new journey of self-discovery and transformation, from his first days in a dimension of pain and suffering, until when he is rescued and taken to the spiritual Astral City. With magnificent art direction and special effects that have never been seen before in a Brazilian production, and featuring an amazing score by composer Philip Glass, the film brings to the screen what life is like at the Astral City that hovers in the upper layers of the Earth’s atmosphere.

Astral City: A Spiritual Journey – Official US Trailer


Timewave 2013
The Future is Now –The Odyssey II

A Film by Sharron Rose
Featuring Jose Arguelles, Gregg Braden, Riane Eisler, William Henry, Jean Houston, John Major Jenkins, Rick Levine, Dennis McKenna, Terence McKenna, Daniel Pinchbeck, Geoff Stray, Whitley Strieber, Alberto Villoldo and Jay Weidner.
Dennis McKenna, Daniel Pinchbeck, Whitley Strieber, Jose Arguelles, Gregg Braden, John Major Jenkins, Rick Levine, Sharron Rose, Geoff Stray, Moira Timms, Alberto Villoldo, Jay Weidner

What lies ahead for the human race? Will we reach the destiny that awaits us? In the film 2012 The Odyssey, author Sharron Rose went on a quest to understand the many prophecies around the year 2012. In this sequel to that film, she travels far beyond the world of 2012.

During this fascinating expedition into the nature of time itself, Ms. Rose speaks to many of the world’s experts on mythology, alchemy, astrology, anthropology and ancient history; Jose Arguelles, Gregg Braden, Riane Eisler, William Henry, Jean Houston, John Major Jenkins, Rick Levine, Dennis McKenna, Terence McKenna, Daniel Pinchbeck, Geoff Stray, Whitley Strieber, Alberto Villoldo and Jay Weidner. They discuss topics such as the shift of the ages, the galactic alignment, global warming, the pervasive role of the media in our lives, the secret place of refuge, the mystic work of Benjamin Franklin, renewal of the American spirit and the transformation of humanity.

Journey with Ms. Rose beyond the Georgia Guidestones, Denver Airport, Cross of Hendaye and Mayan Calendar to the Sacred Valley of Peru where we sit in ceremony with the powerful Shaman/healers of the Q’ero people and listen to their powerful prophecies for the future of humankind.

While firmly based in a rich perspective on our past history, and a new understanding of the nature of the times we live in, Timewave 2013 offers a clear, yet positive vision of what is to come.

Timewave 2013
is the sequel to 2012: The Odyssey. For a complete understanding of 2012 and what it really means it is suggested that both films be viewed together whenever possible. For more information see http://www.2012theodyssey.com

Offering some incredible insights and practical suggestions for all who love our planet. This is
definitely an adventure into the nature of time intself, with some of the world’s foremost metaphysicians, sages and experts lending their wisdom. Buckle yourself in for a breathtaking ride!
-Jennifer Hoskins, New Dawn Magazine

More Awakening Signs include:

-A feeling that something has changed within you

You simply feel different, you may not look any different but you know something has changed internally. Your old ways are falling by the wayside and the real you is starting to emerge.

-An increase in occurrences of coincidence

Better known as synchronicity, favourable people and beneficial circumstance start to appear with exactly what you need. Answers to questions are revealed to you through signs and messages. Synchronicity is a sign you are on the right track and that you are aware of these miracles happening around you. The more you notice and take heed, the more they appear so show appreciation for the guidance you are receiving.

-Quicker manifestations

Spiritual awakening raises your vibration; this involves a release of blockages which allows abundance to flow to you. Being in alignment with a higher vibration results in quicker and more beneficial manifestations to be received by you. Be aware of your thoughts so you get what you really want or better.

-Paying more attention to the details of daily life

-A desire to enroll in a classroom of “higher” learning

-Seeking new friends and groups who are interested in the Integrated life of the spirit (meaning balance in mind-body-spirit)

-Going to new places and moving outside of your comfort zone

For many of you, this is allowing yourself to ask questions in groups, to talk to “strangers” and to let go of your fears of looking uninformed in front of others.

-Sense of your own power to create with thought, words, and actions

-A feeling that you are somehow different, with new skills and gifts emerging, especially healing ones.

-Increased integrity

You realize that it is time for you to seek and speak your truth.

-A knowing sense of connectedness / Oneness

You have an abiding knowing from within of the intrinsic inter-relatedness of everything, both living and non-living. You have a sense that now your life is a living manifestation of this Truth, and that you are It — as are all people

~ by freeyourmind4evr

The film “Awakening” now has more than 1/4 million views on YouTube. It has been featured on countless sites dedicated to sharing truth and creating new possibilities in the world. I’ve been privileged to receive so much feedback from people who have gone through similar things – or people who share a sense of a greater shift occurring at this time.

Despite a greater current happening in the world, each of us is the catalyst for freedom in our own lives. The busy-ness and challenges of the world can sometimes obscure our happiness and freedom, and occupy us in seemingly endless conflicts or habits of separation. Films like these are here to remind us of our deeper priorities, and offer the overwhelming evidence that not everything is what it seems – that whatever our circumstances, there is something beyond – hints of a greater Self.

I look forward to continuing to befriend people on facebook.

~ Roger Ingraham

A spiritual shift is occurring. Many people around the world have found themselves on the verge of something vast, and their experiences can’t be explained. This film introduces the awakening and illustrates the unprecedented number of lives affected by this shift.

Featuring spiritual master Panache Desai, and filmmaker Roger Ingraham.
All content © 2013 by Live Beyond the Edge. Not-for-profit film screenings are encouraged.

Jonas Elrod was leading an ordinary life until he woke up one day to a totally new reality. He suddenly could see and hear angels, demons, auras and ghosts.

The documentary movie WAKE UP follows this fascinating story of an average guy who inexplicably developed the ability to access other dimensions. Physicians gave him a clean bill of health and were unable to provide an explanation. What was it? Why was it happening to him? One thing was certain for this 36-year old man – life as he had known it would never be the same.

With his loving but skeptical girlfriend by his side, Jonas crisscrosses the country as he searches for answers and delves deeper into this thrilling world of the phenomenal and spiritual. Along the way, he encounters an amazing group of religious teachers, scientists, mystics and spiritual healers who help him piece together this intricate puzzle.

Llewellyn Vaughn-Lee & Jonas


The film shows how all of us can search inward for our own peace and happiness while contributing towards a positive shift in global consciousness. WAKE UP is a call to consciousness to everyone who sees it; an invitation to accept that there is more to this life than meets the eye.

This are series of uploaded video clips of the film Wake up showcasing interviews with many renowned scientists, teachers and spiritual leaders such as JZ Knight, Sufi mystic Lllewellyn Vaughn-Lee, Stephan A. Schwartz PhD, Gary E. Schwartz PhD, Abdi Assadi, Zen Roshi Joan Halifax and Roger Nelson PhD.

Stay tuned, continue viewing the video clips – they are more than 30 over of them.

A Closer Look at Wake Up By Ruth Baron
Oprah.com

Jonas Elrod and Mara Evans
In our interview with the filmmaker Jonas Elrod and his girlfriend, Mara Evans, we find out why spiritual awakening can come over a slice of pizza.

When Jonas Elrod began seeing angels, demons, auras and ghosts that were invisible to those around him, he turned to scientific and spiritual communities to find out why. His investigation, documented in the film Wake Up, which has its premiere October 16 on OWN, turned into a larger search for meaning and inner peace. We checked in with Jonas and his girlfriend, Mara, to find out more about the film, how their lives have changed and how anyone can enter the spiritual world.

Oprah.com: Jonas, in the film, you attempt to tap into your inner consciousness while also seeking a global or universal connection. Can we talk about what “consciousness” means?

Jonas: I guess you would call it the spirit, or source, or guide. I would say—this may sound incredibly blasphemous to some people—but we’re all part of God. So I try to stay conscious and aware and treat other people as if they were God, as if they’re me.

Oprah.com: How have your beliefs evolved since you started working on this film?

Jonas: One thing that came through to me is that I am not afraid of death. Consciousness, spirit, soul, whatever you want to call it, certainly survives. That was always, like for many of us, a huge fear of mine.

Mara: We’re going to be afraid of things in life. I’ve learned to separate being afraid from being sort of nervous. That sounds like such a slight, little thing, but it can really make a huge difference in how you make choices in your life. For me, that’s meant dropping the constant need to question Jonas and every single person he ever interviewed, and every single fan who comes up and talks to him.

Oprah.com: What was the process of coming to terms with your fears and doubts like?

Jonas:
It’s not an overnight thing. This took a lot of internal work and a lot of stumbling and struggling to see it. I think my biggest answers came when I quit looking outside and was able to sit alone with my thoughts and meditate and look inward. I make jokes about this. This could have been a really short film; I probably could have just meditated in my living room for a couple weeks, and that could have been it.

Mara: I guess it’s a little bit of faith, but when I would be really confused or really skeptical, I was able to let it go because I remembered the first miracle I had, which was meeting Jonas, and [I remembered] how deeply I love this man. When you have that concrete base under your feet of loving somebody, you’re like, “Okay, these little birds that are running around my head up here annoying me with these questions, I do not have to have an answer immediately—or have an answer at all.”

Oprah.com: Mara, what advice would you give someone who doesn’t have Jonas’ ability to see things but who still wants to tap into her inner consciousness?

Mara: I think by simply asking the questions and being willing to go on the journey, and willing to be inquisitive and curious and explore, is enough nourishment to start to feed something on the inside of you that will start a connection with something bigger than yourself. It doesn’t have to be this extraordinary firework kind of thing.

Jonas: I always emphasize that you could run a marathon and have that be your truth. You don’t have to see spirits running through the living room to get to these places. Anyone can meditate. Anyone can pray.

In our interview with Jonas Elrod and his girlfriend, Mara Evans, we find out why spiritual awakening can come over a slice of pizza.

Oprah.com: You interviewed so many different scientists and spiritual leaders for the film. What mistakes did you see people make as they tried to tap into their consciousness?

Jonas: I met so many great people who helped point me in the right direction, but also it was up to me to arrive at that truth, and the only way I could do it was literally turning inside because those answers are in each and every one of us.

Mara: Pride can start to be an ugly thing sometimes within people. I feel like the danger zone is when you’re setting out on this journey to find something bigger than yourself: The swamp areas that you can fall into are things like being too prideful about what you’re doing. “Oh, look at me. I’m going out on this safari, this soul safari, and look at my amazing hat while I’m doing it.”

Oprah.com: Mara, even though you don’t see the same things Jonas does, you also have an awakening in the film when a Buddhist monk tells you what your name means. Can you two talk about that?

Jonas: It was beautiful. And almost kind of hilarious—I had worked for years and years to come to this place, and she had this shift eating a piece of pizza. It took five minutes, and it was very profound for her and very real.

Mara: A lot of people walking on this planet hike to the tops of the mountain seeking all of these answers, and then there are people who are like, “I don’t really have a whole lot of questions, and I don’t really need a whole lot of answers,” and that’s totally okay too. With my own awakening, you see in the film, I’m eating a piece of pizza, and all of a sudden, this lighthearted little joke takes this huge nosedive down into my heart and into my soul. So, it’s okay if you don’t feel that you need to go to the peak of the mountain in order to find exactly who you are. You might find it over a slice of pizza like I did.

Oprah.com: Do you live your lives differently since you’ve finished the movie?

Jonas: I have rituals. I meditate, but I don’t wear robes or burn incense with 300 candles in the room. I just keep the spiritual at the core. It doesn’t mean I talk about it all the time, because no one really wants to hear that constantly. But when something good or when something challenging comes up, I rely on the inner voice that I hear, instead of taking it personally. Anything that happens that we call bad, I understand that it’s there to help push me forward, not to pull me back.

Mara: Internally, I feel more calm having this whirlwind of a spiritual experience. I find that life is just as hard. In the past year, I’ve lost my father. I’ve lost the family farm that I grew up on. I’ve lost my precious uncle. So much loss has happened in my life in the past year, and I’ve handled it. I never imagined what life would be like on this planet without having my father in it. But I’m finding that concrete base, and that love in the relationships that I’ve built up, because of Jonas, because of my new perspective. No matter how hard I feel life shaking me, that concrete base is still there.

Wake Up was directed by Jonas Elrod and Chloe Crespi and produced by Steve Hutensky. Learn more at WakeUptheFilm.com

Printed from Oprah.com on Saturday, February 16, 2013
© 2012 Harpo Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Sacred Journey of the Heart
Led by inspirational teacher and intuitive counselor Ronna Prince, this heart journey will take you to the depths and the heavens, to the past and into the future with hope and deep understanding of how we are in the midst of creating the biggest shift of consciousness of all times in the present: Heart-based living.

Starring Gregg Braden, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Mary Morrissey, Ronna Prince, Sarah McLean

What’s the Heart of it ALL?

Imagine activating the power of YOUR heart to create a new world!

DIVE IN and explore the Heart with us as we weave together the journey of how science and spirituality are combining to create a new reality:

A world of connection, of compassion, and caring
A group heart-based consciousness that leads to an enlivened awakened humanity!
An empowered place of self awareness and personal choice based on proven techniques that result in greater harmony in your own life and in the world around you!

TUNE IN to your own heart! Take the steps with us, on the most important journey of your life.

>Learn how to regulate your emotional landscape by choosing to live
with heart-based principles.
>Discover what science has proven about the power of the heart and
the transformative effects of learning to use heart-intelligence.
>Connect these scientific findings with the wisdom of the ancestors
and what they have known all along.

Watch the film to discover the process and practices of HOW we can create this change on personal and planetary levels by learning to live fully in the HEART.

LIGHTEN UP and shift your living energy field into a peaceful state, connected to others through the power of your heart.. the most powerful organ in your body.

A journey of a thousand miles… starts with one step. I am grateful to have started this journey, as director of a film, started as a one-man production company effort that evolved into the hearts of others, who keep it alive and have joined together with passion, talents and skills … that few could imagine what it might become. It is in the final editing stages, and gratitude goes to Ronna Prince and Dr Donald Blackstrom and especially to Scott Cervine, who picked up the ball and carried it to the finish-line with determination and amazing talent.

Sacred Journey of the Heart – co-producer, Ronna Prince

Led by inspirational teacher and intuitive counselor Ronna Prince, this heart journey will take you to the depths and the heavens, to the past and into the future with hope and deep understanding of how we are in the midst of creating the biggest shift of consciousness of all times in the PRESENT: Heart-based living.

Life is full of big questions:

> Who am I?
> Why am I here?
> Why is there suffering?
>Is there life after death? and – ultimately – the question we all try to find the answer to, >How can I find happiness or peace of mind?

But what if that search for happiness was based on a huge misconception, a misconception that has been drummed into us since birth, that we are separate individuals?

In Who’s Driving the Dreambus? film makers Boris and Claire Jänsch go on a personal journey through a series of interviews with eminent spiritual teachers, philosophers and writers – in a quest to unravel what it means to be alive. This radical and challenging documentary ventures into the heart of the mystery of identity, flipping the idea of spiritual endeavour on its head, revealing a message so profound and yet so simple that it might just end the search.

A feature-length documentary exploring life’s most profound mystery


A radical and deeply challenging new feature-length documentary exploring the most profound question of all, ‘Who am I?’.

Winner of the 2009 Premier Award at the Insight Film Festival in Manchester, England.

Gangaji – Who’s Driving the Dreambus? Clip from feature documentary

Tony Parsons – Who’s Driving the Dreambus? Clip from feature documentary

The world is in turmoil. What will happen next? stock up on food and water now.

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This documentary tells the story about life of Adi Shankaracharya – the founder of the non-duality (Advaita Vedanta).The first and only Indian movie to be made in Sanskrit

Offering a rich medley of interpretations of the Mayan Prophecies blended with ancient wisdom and scientific probabilities, well known experts and druids share their predictions and perceptions about 2012. This positive and illuminating movie may inspire your thoughts about our evolution through the 2012 timeline.

Bringing to light the mysteries of our shifting realities, they highlight many aspects of ET life such as communications from other worlds, the Crop Circle phenomena, and other intriguing wonders we are experiencing at this time. Addressing the obvious challenges we face as a species who has lost their balance with greed, they suggest we focus more on the New Reality of higher consciousness, mental telepathy, and world peace. They also suggest we stop participating in those (greed) aspects of life altogether; one person at a time.

Beautifully crafted and filmed in the UK Crop Circles and ancient stone formations of Southern England by award winning film maker Patty Greer, the film is visually stunning and deeply thought provoking. You are offered a brilliant array of information about the 2012 phenomena: the Mayan Prophecies, polar shifts, solar flares, changes in the electromagnetic field, messages coming through the Crop Circles, UFO visitations, financial collapse, tsunamis and earthquakes, and ultimately spiritual evolution for our precious planet.

This movie won the 2009 EBE Award for Best Feature Film – UFO Or Related at the International UFO Congress Convention, and the Silver Sierra Award in Yosemite. Selling out at the 2010 Glastonbury Symposium in England, it has received rave reviews worldwide! Featuring: Patricia Cori (Italy), Ian R. Crane (UK), Barbara Lamb (USA), Simon Peter Fuller (UK) Isabelle Kingston (UK), Geoff Stray (UK), Jack Groverland (USA), Nick Ashron (UK), Marc Cuthbert (UK), Duke O’Niel (USA), Terry Dobney (UK), and Gordon Rimes (UK).
 Run time 85 minutes. DVDs available at: http://www.PattyGreer.com.


I AM is a 2011 documentary film written, narrated, and directed by Tom Shadyac. The documentary explores Shadyac’s personal journey after a 2007 bicycle accident, “the nature of humanity” and “world’s ever-growing addiction to materialism.” The film, shot with Shadyac and a team of four, contrasts sharply with Shadyac’s previous comedic work.

Shadyac had suffered post-concussion syndrome after a 2007 bicycle accident in Virginia, experiencing months of acute headaches and hyper-sensitivity to light and noise. The injury followed the cumulative effects of previous mild head injuries Shadyac had suffered surfing, mountain biking and playing basketball.

A 2011 New York Times article stated that: “the symptoms of a concussion [didn’t] go away. Something as simple as a trip to the grocery store was painful for Shadyac, whose brain was unable to filter various stimuli.

After medical treatments failed to help, he isolated himself completely, sleeping in his closet and walling the windows of his mobile home with black-out curtains. As his symptoms finally began to subside, the director wanted to share his inner quest in the way he knew best: through film.” Shadyac likened the experience to Dante’s Seventh Circle of Hell.

Shadyac subsequently gave away his excess fortune, opening a homeless shelter in Charlottesville, Virginia and making a key donation to Telluride, Colorado’s effort to set aside a natural area at the town’s entrance. He reoriented and simplified his life, sold his 17,000-square-foot (1,600 m2) Los Angeles mansion and moved into a trailer park — albeit the exclusive Paradise Cove park in Malibu.

In the film, Shadyac conducts interviews with scientists, religious leaders, environmentalists and philosophers including Desmond Tutu, Noam Chomsky, Lynne McTaggart, Elisabet Sahtouris, David Suzuki, Howard Zinn, and Thom Hartmann. The film asks two central questions: What’s Wrong With the World? and What Can We Do About it?. It is about “human connectedness, happiness, and the human spirit”, and explores themes including Darwinism, Western mores, loneliness, the economy, and the drive to war. The documentary includes animated scenes explaining scientific concepts, as well as clips from the films Wall Street and It’s a Wonderful Life.

The L.A. Times said the film “was collection of sound bites that validate the filmmaker’s point of view. What lifts the film above its dubious boilerplate assemblage of talking heads and archival images is Shadyac himself. With his gentle, self-mocking humor, he comes across as an exceptionally mellow, earnest and likable guy.” Roger Ebert gave the film a negative review, stating that the “film is often absurd and never less than giddy with uplift, but that’s not to say it’s bad. I watched with an incredulous delight, and at the end, I liked Tom Shadyac quite a lot…he offers us this hopeful if somewhat undigested cut of his findings, in a film as watchable as a really good TV commercial, and just as deep. ” Proceeds from the documentary go to the Foundation for I AM, which supports various charities.

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