"The Dhamma Brothers" tells a sensational story of human potential and Transformation as it closely follows and records the stories of the inmates at Donaldson Correction Facility who go into 10 days silent vipassana meditation program and are dramatically changed by the influence of an ancient meditation program.
The ancient practice of yoga has been packaged and commercialized in a myriad of different ways over recent decades. In this Documentary, we explore the obsession with yoga and its impact on one of the world's oldest physical and spiritual practices, and ask: Who owns yoga? But while this obsession has enabled it to reach millions of people, it has also brought with it the pitfalls of operating in a modern capitalist world.
Opus Dei has been described as the most controversial force within the Catholic Church. According to several journalists who researched Opus Dei separately. Criticism of Opus Dei has centered on allegations of secretiveness, controversial recruiting methods, strict rules governing members, elitism and misogyny, and support of or participation in authoritarian or right-wing governments, especially the Francoist Government of Spain until 1978.
During the following winter of 1994-95, the Israeli filmmakers traveled to both Tihar and to the Baroda Jail in the India state of Gujarat, at which Vipassana courses had also been conducted. There they conducted and filmed extensive interviews with jail officials, including Karen Bedei, and inmates from many different countries who participated in the courses. The result of these efforts was an extremely powerful 52-minute documentary film entitled Doing Time, Doing Vipassana. The film describes the way in which Vipassana has been...
Exploring inside the US intelligence’s use of psychic Powers for high level spying missions, The film enters a cloak-and-dagger climate of paranoid psychic warfare, extra-sensory spying programmes and psychic power used as a legitimate government weapon.
Before Leonardo da Vinci painted The Last Supper, Tibetan craftsmen were creating stunning artistry of their deities in the remote Himalayan kingdom of Mustang.Lost Treasures of Tibet, goes behind the scenes with the first conservation team from the West, as it undertakes the painstaking restoration of these ancient masterpieces and the beautiful monasteries that house them.
Mustang (moo-stahn), one of the last outposts of Tibetan culture, is so isolated and protected that no Westerner set foot inside its borders for centuries. But in...
“BEYOND” is a short visual documentary about Varanasi in India featuring incredibly young and talented photographer Joey L. The spiritual essence of Varanasi city is strongly explored throughout the documentary as we are directly engaged with the people of this city, Varanasi is known as one of the main spiritual vortexes on Earth. This 43 minutes cinematic masterpiece is a gorgeous and well-made film, well worth your time.
Professor Susan Greenfield tackles the big idea of human consciousness and asks the important question – why am I me? In this documentary, British scientist Susan Adele Greenfield takes a look at how the human brain generates consciousness and just what consciousness is. This is indeed a interesting documentary presenting the basic neuroscience of identity, Susan in this documentary, acknowledges the validity and reality of the subjective nature of consciousness.
This Documentary is an introduction to the teachings of J. Krishnamurti, who as a young man declared that his concern was to set mankind unconditionally free. Taking freedom as the basis for an examination of Krishnamurti’s teaching, this Documentary offers a glimpse of his approach to the resolution of the many problems that burden humanity. The film contains several excerpts from Krishnamurti’s public talks and a brief description of his life story.