A wonderful, surprising movie that everyone needs to see. A good movie for the whole family. If you are an animal and earth lover, you will really enjoy this film. A very warm and inspiring that shows how one person with a lot of determination can make a difference protect this beautiful and special sub-population of bears! It is a true story, based upon the actual events surrounding Simon Jackson.
The Shaman & Ayahuasca: Journeys to Sacred Realms
The Shaman & Ayahuasca is an extraordinary journey into a little known and largely hidden realm. Through Michael Wiese's personal exploration, we are transported into a world where the mystical and the day-to-day merge and miracles are commonplace. If only for the educational and entertainment value as travelogue this film would be worth seeing but this film is so much more as it explores the physical, psychological and spiritual healing properties of ayahuasca. I highly recommend this film to all seekers who long to know more about themselves and the fascinating world of this sacred plant.
The Spirit of the Serpent, an Exploration of Earth Energy
For the first time, this team of experts comes together in one place to unravel the mysteries of energy, folklore and our connection to Nature herself. Metaphysical concepts, once termed "fantasy" by the scientific establishment are now proven to be truth. The amazing thing is, our ancestors were well-aware of these truths all along.
Discover The Spirit of the Serpent, the energy of the Earth and face the realities of life, death and even the spirit world
Spiritism: Bridging Spirituality and Health
Spiritist Therapies have been developed in community centers, hospitals and clinics for more than 150 years in Brazil. This film is an intimate, dramatic footage of indigenous healers communing with God and Nature depict the potential human beings have always had for direct communication with benevolent, intelligent, invisible forces. Compelling interviews with physicians and Spiritist leaders give backbone to the effectiveness of these therapies.
Brujo is an exploration of shamanism and curing among the Mazatec Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico, and among two groups of Maya Indians in southern Mexico and Guatemala. The film is divided into three sequences. The first, filmed in Chichicastenango (Guatemala), shows Diego, a shaman, cure a woman on whom a spell has been cast. The second sequence moves to Oaxaca, where a Mazatec shaman, her husband, and her patient consume hallucinogenic mushrooms. The final sequence takes place in the Chiapas highlands of Mexico, site of the festival and film Tajimoltik.