KG has hand selected the following movies for their inspirational value and to support your personal enrichment and enjoyment of life.
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Ambition to Meaning: Finding Your Life’s Purposes, expanded version DVD starring Dr. Wayne Dyer From the creators of You Can Heal Your Life: The Movie comes a compelling portrait of three modern lives in need of new direction and new meaning. In his first-ever movie, Wayne Dyer explores the spiritual journey in the second half of life when we long to find the purpose that is our unique contribution to the world. Filmed on coastal California’s spectacular Monterey Peninsula, Ambition to Meaning captures every person’s mid-life longing for a more purposeful, soul-directed life.
“I am 68 years old and I have a new career. When I was asked to do this film, I didn’t think ‘I’m too old to do something I’ve never done before.’ I thought ‘I am open to everything. I am willing to change and to learn.’ I’ m more proud of this film than of anything I’ve ever done before.” -Wayne Dyer
The inspirational and intimate movie based on the best-selling book by author, teacher and publisher Louise L. Hay. This film gives penetrating insights into Louise’s fascinating personal story; and shows how her views on self-esteem, abundance, and the metaphysical causes behind physical ailments were developed. You Can Heal Your Life: The Movie offers a memorable message of hope and healing.”
Pascale Bussières plays Pete, a 10-year old boy in the terminal stages of brain cancer whose dream is to capture the elusive and mythic Blue Morpho butterfly.
The Blue Butterfly is a beautiful story with power and depth, and without sentimentality. It touches on the key elements needed to manifest your dreams into reality, demonstrating most especially how the courage and perseverance to live your dreams pays off. In real life, upon his return to civilization, Pascale Bussières‘ cancer miraculously went into remission. Today in fact, at the age of 22 that butterfly- chasing boy is now a healthy young man who is free of cancer.
The Tibetan Book of the Dead (A Way of Life / The Great Liberation) Dalai Lama, Leonard Cohen (translator), Barrie McLean Director
As a practitioner of Shitro (the Tibetan practice for the Dead), KG highly recommends this movie. The Tibetan practices for the Dead have the affect of helping you appreciate and live life more fully. An excellent review appears below. For more reviews visit the Amazon.com link.
“This DVD explores two different deaths occurring in Buddhist families: one death of an ancient man who had a rich, full life and one of a young, successful man struck down in the prime of his life. It gives a great account of how Buddhists deal with grief in these two different situations. It also interviews an ancient Buddhist monk about what he desires for the rest of his life, and an investigation of a young boy who might be the reincarnation of a great spiritual figure, and why people think the boy may be the man. The narration by Leonard Cohen is stunning: I couldn’t imagine a more appropriate voice and style. The only reason it’s not getting 5 stars is the relatively mediocre production values, but considering the remote location and the arduous environment, it’s not surprising.” Clay Sills Reviews
an Uncommon Dialogue by Neale Donald Walsh.
John Ross Bowie, and Robert Bailey Jr. (DVD – Mar 15, 2005)