A documentary film about Tibetan traditional medicine.
A community rushes to a faith healer after learning that one of them was miraculously healed from a deadly disease by the same person. They are torn apart afterwards as the healing brings them a terrible curse that wreaks harm and death.
Anya has a great joy — she wins the beauty contest. It would seem that a great reason for happiness, but there is bad news: taking advantage of the circumstances, Rita's friend decides to get the groom Ani Andrew. Rita's plan is only partially fulfilled, but it is enough for Anya and Andrei to part. Anya went to Moscow, Andrew accepts a job offer and should also be in the capital. And at a time when it seems that each of them has found a new soul mate, fate pushes them together again.
A cinematic story of drama after the drama and war that rages on in people's hearts even after the war. The hero, an Orthodox Christian monk, finds himself on a road to spiritual healing through circumstances he could never have dreamed of. The story follows the path to spiritual uplifting, metaphorically introduced at the very beginning in the hero's walk to the secluded hermitage. The leitmotif of watering a dry, dead tree, repeated throughout the film, illustrates the absurdity of the monk's faith. The permanent paralysis of the characters after the torment of war invokes forgiveness as the only means to ultimate healing.
The Healing Effect Movie is a documentary about the healing power of food. Featuring best-selling authors and experts from around the world including: John Robbins, Joel Fuhrman, Daphne Miller, David Wolfe, Charlotte Gerson, John McDougall, Philip McCluskey, John Bagnulo and many more. The film follows the story of a police officer in the gritty city of Lowell, Massachusetts who has radically changed his diet and inspired his community. This movie explores the power of prevention, why bad genes are not your destiny, food and lifestyle secrets from the healthiest, longest lived people on the planet, as well as simple steps to get started right now in changing your life, one bite at a time!
He finally met someone who specialized in damaged hearts. In this stirring drama, a promising young physician slides into alcoholism, following his wife’s tragic death. Having lost everything, he lands in a skid row mission, where he meets some unlikely characters. Vibrant with joy, laughter, sorrow and struggle, The Healing is compelling entertainment for all ages.
Author and medical researcher Dr. Esther Sternberg examines the role the brain plays in healing.
Essence of Healing is a documentary exploring the life journeys of 14 American Indian nurses - their experiences growing up, their experiences in nursing school, and their experiences on the job. They are part of a larger story - a historical line of care and compassion that has run through hundreds of indigenous tribes for thousands of years.
Solanus Casey might very well become the first America born male Saint. He was a beloved Capuchin Friar who many believe had the ability to heal the sick and prophesize the future. Stories abound of how Solanus' prayers made miracles happen. He was a role model for his time and continues to be so for people today, which is why he has become a candidate for Sainthood. Solanus Casey was born in 1870 on a Wisconsin farm to Irish immigrant parents. He had a very religious upbringing, along with 15 brothers and sisters, two of whom died during the Diphtheria Epidemic.
A shocking and informative expose of the "Cancer Industry" and the "Western Diet".
This lecture is based on John Bradshaw's book with the same title..but in this lecture he only covers the first part of the book (the problem)..the second part of the book deals with (the solution) and the healing process..
Documentary - The Current tells the story of individuals from all walks of life that have faced incredible obstacles, found the drive to overcome their disabilities, and have through water sports become real everyday heroes. - Bethany Hamilton, Missy Franklin, Mallory Weggemann, Anthony Robles, Jesse Murphree
Dubbed "the Accidental President" because he never sought the country's highest honor, Gerald R. Ford had the formidable task of restoring faith in the American presidency in the wake of Richard Nixon's resignation. Combining interviews with Ford's cabinet members and archival footage from his days in office, this episode of "Biography" reveals a man whose steady hand and crucial policy of open government helped reassure a doubtful nation.
With the acceleration in the speed and volume of experience we live on a daily basis we have seen a similar acceleration in the amount of depression, anxiety, ADHD and other mood disorders. Many have turned to medication looking for relief. The use of anti-depressants alone has increased nearly 400% since 1990. Is there another way to address this epidemic? The ancient science of Ayurveda leads us to believe that there is.
In this innovative release, teacher and internationally exhibited artist Alex Grey considers the healing and transformative potential of sacred art. Grey looks back on the artists, traditions, and experiences that have shaped his career, and examines the metaphysical, mental, health, and emotional benefits that can be had from looking at sacred art created in places around the world.
At a time in history when Yoga was practiced in basements and martial arts were found mainly in the movies, Taoist Internal Alchemy was not accessible to the western world. This was the time Master Mantak Chia came to America with a dream to share Taoist wisdom. Early seekers of the Tao found him in a small office in Chinatown, New York City, and the Healing Tao system was born and another bridge was formed between east and west. Over time, many in the West found Master Chia and began to help spread the teaching of the Healing Tao.
This documentary introduces viewers to qigong, a 5,000-year-old method of cultivating and circulating the life energy called qi. It relates some of the history of qigong, as well as scientific evidence of efficacy. We also see qigong used in various contexts in modern China, and hear from Chinese doctors and qigong practitioners. The film was originally produced for the Public Broadcasting Service in the United States.
Blending the sounds of many of music's top new-age artists with a compilation of beautifully meditative visualizations, this unique series helps viewers find a much-needed reprieve from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Selections included "Dark Passage" from Dave Eggar, "Garden of Love" by Uma, "Ocean of Wisdom" by Nawang Khechog, "Bahia Breeze" by Steve Reid, "The Fragile Dawn" by Lee Blaske and Kitaro's "Satobiki."