When you arrive on the Arambol beach located in North Goa, don’t be surprised if you are greeted by fancy signboards directing you to a magical Disneyland of spirituality. Welcome to Magic Park a spiritual heaven for new agers, artists, spiritual seekers, yoga freaks and vegan travelers. This Magic Park offers drop in workshops for bodywork, meditation, yoga, dancing, shiatsu, belly dance, chanting, singing and everything else.
Nothing like the usual doomsday scenarios portrayed by the fear mongering mainstream media, but instead this documentary investigates the galactic alignment, consciousness awakening, cycles of evolution, our binary star system with Sirius, the fear agenda in the media and who all are behind conspiracy of spreading fear, power of love against fear, the power of choice, the purpose of life and much more.
Is it possible to stare directly into the sun and not eat food? Meet Mason. Eat The Sun is a feature length documentary that focuses on a young man’s journey into the little known world of sungazing -- an ancient practice of looking directly at the sun for long periods of time.
The Northwest Vipassana Meditation Center - Dhamma Kuñja meaninig Grove of Dhamma, is situated on 50 acres in rural western Washington, conveniently located approximately two hours drive from both Seattle, WA and Portland, OR. Northwest Vipassana Meditation Center, is One of the several international centers where the technique of Vipassana meditation is taught and practiced, in the tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin and as taught by S.N. Goenka.
Vipassana is an ancient Indian technique to see what things really are. More than 2500 years ago it was taught as a universal remedy for universal illness. The technique is taught during a ten day residential course where in students learn the basics of the method and practice sufficiently to experience beneficial results. The course are free of cost and are run on donation basis. Even the donation is accepted after completing the 10 day course...
In history, people worshiped the sun and associated its absence with the end of the world thus, they greatly feared eclipses. Devoid of scientific knowledge, they thought that the eclipse signifies the death of the sun and ultimately, the death of all. For one, the ancient Egyptians worshiped a sun god that they call “Ra.” Images of this sun god has been seen in various Egyptian artifacts and was a big part of the religion in ancient Egypt.