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Amish Values & Virtues... Plain & Simple
Faith, persistence, self-responsibility, honesty, friendship. These are the virtues and values held dearly by the Amish. Why are the Amish considered the happiest group in America? Why is their society virtually crime free? Do the ways of the Amish offer insights and examples for our contemporary society. On this unique program you will witness Amish ways of life and hear them explain what it's like to live plain and simple.
Awaken Your Seven Spiritual Centers
In this Edgar Cayce Study of the Chakras, explore the mystical connection of your seven spiritual centers, the "chakras"...to the endocrine glands, colors, notes of the scale, healing, psychic perception, dream symbology, and meditation. This video will help you understand: How life situations activate the centers; How to balance the chakras through meditation; The meaning of the kundalini force; How to help your centers open naturally; and the role of the chakras in psychic development.
Cult of Mormonism: How It All Began
An introductory tape describing exactly what the Mormon Church believes and teaches. See animated excerpts that clearly illustrate their peculiar theology that is contrary to historic Christianity.
The Holy Koran is a penetrating study of the holy book of Islam which explains for the Western mind why this religion is such a force in the modern world today. Islamic Science shows in detail how the people of the Moslem world have contributed to today's civilization and culture. The Religious Experience compares Islam with the world's other great religions.
Man of Miracles: Satya Sai Baba
Presented by Rod Serling. You are about to witness the apparently spontaneous manifestation of objects from thin air or another dimension. This peculiar phenomenon is only one among those attributed by his followers to a man of extraordinary psychic powers, an Indian mystic and guru, known throughout the world as Satya Sai Baba.
Nepal, Land of the Gods
Examines the ancient civilizations still thriving in this Himalayan kingdom, focusing on Nepal's unique mixture of Buddhism and Hinduism. It shows the ritual invocation of deities, meditation and training for young Tibetan monks, and depicts belief in local spirits, mountain gods and folk figures (such as Yehti) into daily Sherpa life in the Everest region. It culminates in a dramatic evocation of a shaman's journey through the landscape of the psyche. The narrative explains how lamas have taken over the shaman's role as psychic healer and guide of souls, and how Tantra is an integral part of daily life, harmonizing the relationship between man, woman, nature and a higher spiritual reality.
Tantra of Gyuoto (Sacred Rituals of Tibet)
An account of the secret Tibetan Buddhist ceremonies by monks of Gyuoto Tantric College. Through ritual and mantic power, the Guyoto monks use sound to effect a change in the individual and his environment. By their sheer inherent potency and disciplined execution, these concentrated essential energies bring about direct spiritual phenomenon. It is only in this exceptional time, an age of massive world changes, that the lamas have reversed their traditional practice of secrecy and have allowed certain chants to be heard. These rituals were filmed by authorization of his Holiness the Dalai Lama, who introduces the ceremonies.
Zen: In Search of Enlightenment
Zen, the Japanese form of Buddhism, is the determining element in the Japanese character. It is not a matter of belief in a deity, a conviction that certain acts incur divine punishment and others divine reward; rather it is a mind-set and a way of life that stresses the most rigorous kinds of discipline and self-abnegation and fosters a single-minded devotion to one's goal and unquestioning obedience to one's superior. To watch a postulate monk sit without making any visible response to being whacked on the shoulder with a two-by-four and to know that Japanese businessmen commonly go on retreat to such monasteries is bound to make American businessmen and women pause.
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