Spiritual Space, powered by Distrify Media, is a place to stream films that awaken the human spirit, connect us to the one Source, or reveal the Dharma. These are films that lift the veil of familiarity between you and the world, revealing the beauty and mystery in the universe. The collection is refreshed every month.
Monthly Film Club for the Group perhaps?
“Goa is not India,” says Leon about the quaint village Arambol Beach situated in North Goa. Before the astonished eyes of the locals his bride rides to their 7-day Jewish wedding on a decorated white horse like a princess. And about the traditional prayer shawl, that four of the wedding guests hold over the bride and groom’s head, Leon tells us: „We bought it from a guy called Mohammed at a Muslim shop, but it looked excellently jewish.“
Is there any real proof of life after death? The surprising answer is Yes! A fear of dying and a massive dose of skepticism led Sandra Champlain on a fifteen year journey of discovery for proof of life after death. Through the disciplines of science and medicine, she uncovered the clear, undeniable truth that We Don’t Die. Rather, we live on and on.
In Is it possible that human beings can survive without food and fluid over many years and live on light alone? Are we confronted with quackery or with forgotten knowledge?IN THE BEGINNING THERE WAS LIGHT follows the phenomenon which only a few in our Western world are aware of, as the topic has been either ignored or ridiculed by the media. The picture deals with human beings who allegedly can survive without food and fluid, over weeks, years and even decades.
Things We Don’t Talk About: Woman’s Stories from the Red Tent is a groundbreaking 72-minute documentary film by award winning filmmaker Dr. Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost. Spontaneous and organic, a Red Tent is a red textile space where women gather to rest, renew, and often share deep and powerful stories about their lives.
From vacant lots to rooftops to front yards, urban agriculture is growing, and this documentary explores the challenges and successes of farming in the city. Narrated by Daryl Hannah, this film explores urban farming in Cuba, China, India, England, Ghana, Ethiopia and four cities in the US: New Orleans, New York, Oakland and Portland.
Mason is a modern day ‘sungazer’ and subject of Peter Sorcher’s award-winning and suspenseful documentary film that follows Mason on an unbelievable and often hilarious cross-country tour into the little known world of sungazing – an ancient practice of looking directly at the sun for a range of physical and spiritual benefits.
Tibetan Buddhist Master Choogyal Namkhai Norbu watches as his western-born son, Yeshi, who was recognized at birth as the reincarnation of a famous spiritual master, considers departing from tradition to embrace the modern world.
An intimate story of nine families moving back to the land. In 2009, Lammas ecovillage in Wales became the first legal low impact settlement in the UK. This is their story. Filmed over seven years, we share in the highs and lows of building from wood, straw and mud; coaxing barren land to produce food and learning to live inter-dependently with a new community.Subtitles, available in German, Russian, Italian, Arabic and Chinese, produced in partnership with Swansea University.
Can Professor Richard Davidson make a difference? Can he free these people from their miserable existences and help them lead ordinary lives? Free the Mind follows the three test subjects on a daring journey into the deepest recesses of the human mind.
Cant get into nature? Let nature get in to you. Introducing a revolutionary new Nature Immersion Film Series by Emmy® Award winning director Jan Nickman. Specifically designed for repeated play, “Sacred Earth” will quiet your mind, rejuvenate your body and soothe your soul again and again.Experience peace, joy and beauty through sacred lands of the American Southwest featuring Academy® Award winning actress Linda Hunt and an exquisite soundtrack by Grammy® nominated composer David Lanz.
The third eye is our ability to see what might be, to see potential. Everyone has access to his or her third eye. For example, when you have a hunch and act on it, you’ve used your third eye. But that’s only the beginning. Your third eye is a sense, one you can develop to be more refined and accurate than just being a hunch. Lean more with this insightful video.
From rush-hour Tokyo to the remote mountains, travel with us across Japan to explore the practice of zen today. With unrestricted access, we will take you inside the modern Zen centers and traditional Zen monasteries to witness this little known world. Step inside the meditation hall or Zendo to experience Zazen – the practice of sitting – this is real Zen.
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