Imagine if you could wake up every day feeling SuperCharged -you just can’t wait to take on your day! What would it mean to you to sleep deeply every night and wake up refreshed, have boundless energy to get through your day, recover quickly from occasional ailments, and heal any chronic illnesses?
CRAZYWISE follows two young Americans diagnosed with "mental illness". Adam, 27, suffers devastating side effects from medications before embracing meditation in hopes of recovery. Ekhaya, 32, survives childhood molestation and several suicide attempts before spiritual training to become a traditional South African healer gives her suffering meaning and brings a deeper purpose to her life.
Executive Producer Ricki Lake and Filmmaker Abby Epstein follow their landmark documentary, The Business of Being Born, with a four part series that continues their provocative. More Business of Being Born, offers a practical look at birthing options as well as poignant celebrity birth stories from stars including Cindy Crawford, Molly Ringwald, Kimberly Williams-Paisley and etc.
Finding Joe is an inspiring film about living your purpose, discovering your true self and seeing new possibilities for your life. As you slay dragons and uncover treasures, you just may find that the holy grail you seek is closer than you think. Rooted in deeply personal accounts and timeless stories, it provides a narrative for how to live a fully realized life and how to "follow your bliss".
Filmmaker and omnivore John Papola and his vegetarian wife Lisa give a timely, unbiased look at how farm animals are raised for consumption. With unprecedented access to large-scale conventional farms, Papola asks the tough questions behind every hamburger, glass of milk and baby-back rib.
What Is Real tells the real-life story of two visionaries, Sharon Gannon and David Life, inspired a world of change through Jivamukti Yoga. Join the film's director and narrator, Jay Mac, as he poses the question "What is Real?" Embarking on a personal journey to liberate body, mind and soul from the human conditions we call ignorance, egotism, attachment to pleasure, hatred and fear of death.
Bethany lived the life of a normal teenage girl before she became paralyzed by a bad reaction to medication and was told she would never walk again. The documentary covers her amazing recovery as she makes dramatic lifestyle changes. Bethany's Story is a testament to the power of food as medicine and in the process, help inspire all of us to make forward progress in our lives.
Dr Wayne breaks down the phrase into its three key words: problem, spiritual, and solution. By taking examples from the lives of St. Francis of Assisi and Mother Teresa-and even finding wisdom in a “simple” nursery rhyme-Wayne clearly illustrates that by changing your perceptions you can truly find a spiritual way to deal with any problem you encounter! .
Sugar can kill! The director, Andrea, is diagnosed with gestational diabetes. She must avoid any form of refined sugar. That soon proves impossible, though, because she finds sugar everywhere and in everything. Why is sugar so ubiquitous? A tragicomic, vibrant and emotional story that is informative and inspiring... A film that will set you free from the Sugar Blues!
The untold story of psychotropic drugging, the story of big money-drugs that fuel a $330 billion psychiatric industry without a single cure. The cost in human terms is even greater-these drugs now kill an estimated 42,000 people a year. And the death count keeps rising. This riveting documentary rips the mask off psychotropic drugging and exposes a brutal but well-entrenched money-making machine.
Is your life path lit by your inner candle flame, or are you stumbling along in the dark? Bestselling author and lecturer Dr. Wayne W. Dyer wrote a thought-provoking book for those of us who have chosen to consciously be on our life path. He urges you to read the secrets for success and inner peace with an open heart. By doing so, you’ll learn to feel the peace of God that truly defines success.
The Search for Sustainability' documentary series features dozens of visionary spokespeople for sustainable living. Enjoy this overview and invitation into future sustainability pertaining to land, food, water, healt, schools, business and even economic solutions. <NL> Be empowered by knowing there are things you can do now to start making a difference for the sustainability of our civilization.
If looking at today's headlines makes you wonder about the fate of our planet, here is some news that may surprise you: from an evolutionary standpoint, we are exactly where we need to be Dr. Bruce presents compelling scientific evidence that shows how our collective perceptions are contributing to global crises and how, by changing those perceptions, civilization will thrive into the future.
After a devastating breast cancer diagnosis followed by a lumpectomy, mastectomy and two years of breast reconstruction surgery and recovery filmmaker Tracy Sabeti makes the decision to take full responsibility for her health. Joined by five friends, each dealing with their own health issues, they embark on a one hundred day journey vowing to eat only raw vegan food.
Humanity is on the brink of radical advancement, believes Barbara Marx Hubbard, whom Deepak Chopra calls "the voice of conscious evolution for our time". At 82, she seizes an opportunity to reach millions with her hopeful message of a positive future.
What would our world look like if more churches followed the example Jesus gave us to serve the poor and needy? This heartwarming story of Leesburg Baptist Church's Christian Care Center will challenge pastors, church planters, and church members alike to follow Jesus as agents of change in the world by mobilizing their communities to serve "the least of these."
The Age of Fear: Psychiatry's Reign of Terror draws from over 80 interviews of psychiatric experts, historians, and survivors. Containing shocking personal testimonies and stark inside footage, the documentary tells the true story of psychiatry's sordid history and current practices, revealing how its reliance on brutality and coercion has not changed since the moment it was born.
When their two-year-old son, Oskar, is diagnosed with severe autism, Carly and Stef drop everything for a year to focus on his treatment. As they strive to connect with Oskar, they must confront an impossible question: should they try to change him or accept their son just the way he is? Several adults with autism share their personal experiences and help us gain insight into Oskar’s world.