Healing the Luminous Body - The Way of the Shaman

2010-08-02 06:43:08

By Dr. Alberto Villoldo

Healing the Luminous Body - The Way of the Shaman by Dr. Alberto VilloldoIn this fascinating and informative DVD, author, medical anthropologist and shaman-healer of the Inka tradition Dr. Villoldo, introduces viewers to the luminous energy field that surrounds and informs the physical body like a blueprint of life. Unveiling the secret of ancient shaman-healers, he teaches that many of our physical and psychological problems stem from imprints within our luminous body.
He reveals the extraordinary nature of this luminous energy field and how, by understanding its nature, we can actually heal ourselves and each other. Once the luminous field is cleared, true physical and emotional healing can begin.

Fate of the Lhapa

2010-07-01 08:04:59

By Sarah Sifers

Fate of the Lhapa by Sarah SifersFate of the Lhapa is a feature-length documentary about the last three Tibetan shamans (lhapas) living in a Tibetan refugee camp in Nepal. With no other descendants to carry on their healing practices and a younger generation attending schools, acculturating, and modernizing, these “sucking doctors” are practicing an endangered tradition. Each lhapa requested that their story be filmed. Their fear was that the next heir might not appear until after their own deaths. Subsequently, with no lhapa alive to mentor the children, the documentary would be used to transmit the knowledge to the next generation.

Ten Canoes

2010-05-29 12:57:53

By Rolf de Heer

Ten Canoes by Rolf de Heer"Ten Canoes" unusual story-within-a-story structure allows a glimpse of one Indigenous Australian culture while it offers a timeless fable with enough drama to satisfy both Western and Yolngu tastes. The film was conceived as a project for and about the native people of Arnhem Land in Northern Australia, from whence his friend actor David Gulpilil, who narrates the film, hails. The film's style and narrative structure were inspired by the photographs of anthropologist Dr. Donald Thomson, who took over 4,000 pictures of the Yolngu people in the 1930s while their ancient traditions were still widely practiced, including an iconic photo of ten canoeists on a goose egg hunt.

Stairways to Heaven : The Practical Magic of Sacred Space

2010-05-02 11:05:01

By Freddy Silva

Stairways to Heaven : The Practical Magic of Sacred Space by Freddy SilvaThis exhilarating documentary leads you through the spiritual technology of the ancients, and how its application in sacred spaces, temples and Gothic cathedrals has influence humanity's states of awareness for millennia.
With breathtaking sites filmed across the British Isles and Lusitania, you will be led on a 8000-year journey into practical magic whose principles are alive - a legacy for our times.
You will discover how, with the appearance of crop circles, this ancient knowledge is not only coming to light , but new information is being imprinted in all living things on Earth. Particularly the human body.

This Sacred Earth: The 2012 Phenomenon

2010-04-05 08:15:26

By Billie Dean and Andrew Einspruch

This Sacred Earth: The 2012 Phenomenon by Billie Dean and Andrew EinspruchThis Sacred Earth: The 2012 Phenomenon is a documentary that uses the 2012 prophecies as a way to ask how we can fall back in love with Mother Earth to save both ourselves and the planet.

Don Humberto, Inka Q'ero who hold the indigenous prophecies of 2012 Filmmakers Billie Dean and Andrew Einspruch imbue this film with their trademark lightness of spirit, love of beauty and reverence for the natural world. From their belief that a disconnection from nature is at the root cause of our planetary crisis, the film asks wisdom keepers around the globe what each one of us can do to ensure the 2012 indigenous prophecy of a millennium of peace becomes a reality.