WisdomFilms Contemplative Media for Human Being Produced by Gary Malkin
Welcome to WisdomFilms, a new genre in contemplative, life-enhancing media. These films can offer a refreshing way to reduce stress and restore balance to your mind, heart, and soul. By featuring spoken wisdom from todays most acclaimed voices in self-help and spirituality, these film sanctuaries provide experiences of profound beauty and a connection to what matters most.
Each WisdomFilm starts with inspiring messages provided by beloved personalities such as bestselling author Deepak Chopra, success coach Bob Proctor, Buddhist teacher Thich Nhat Hanh and spiritual teacher Ram Dass, along with other noted Wisdom Keepers of our time. Scored by Emmy award-winning composer Gary Malkin, the musical messages are then set to the breathtaking imagery of award-winning cinematographer, David Fortney, providing a media alchemy that you'll want to experience again and again.
At a time of global fear and anxiety, these media-tations offer an antidote that can inspire and awaken all who experience them. Whether utilized as a personal alignment tool or as a shared experience with loved ones, you can experience the magic of transformational media that is spreading throughout the world.
The Stillness is You:
Whispering the Mystery
- Deepak Chopra
A Revelation on the Mystery of Life
The End of Suffering:
- Thich Nhat Hanh
Remembering What's Most Important
- Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
- Bob Proctor
Be Here Now:
Awakening in the Moment
- Ram Dass
- Tu Weiming
| ||Stillness is You - Deepak Chopra, M.D., is the author of more than fifty books translated into over thirty-five languages, including numerous New York Times bestsellers in both the fiction and nonfiction categories. Time magazine heralds Deepak Chopra as one of the top 100 heroes and icons of the century and credits him as the poet-prophet of alternative medicine. || || ||Walk On - Jyoti (Jeneane Prevatt, Ph.D.) author of An Angel Called My Name, is a devotee of the Mother. Holding sacred her Cherokee lineage, she teaches indigenous spiritual practices that evoke a state of prayer and healing. She is spiritual director and co-founder of Kayumari, a spiritual healing community in Northern California, and has served as director of the Spiritual Emergence Network. |
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| ||The End of Suffering - The Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh is a Buddhist monk, poet, peace activist, and the author of Being Peace, The Miracle of Mindfulness, and many other books. Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by Marther Luther King, Jr. , he lives in a monastic community in southern France known as Plum Village, where he teaches, writes, gardens and works to help refugees worldwide. The singer on this track is Phap Niem, a monk who lives in Plum Village. || || ||Unconditional Love - Elisabeth Kubler Ross M.D. A Swiss medical doctor, is best known as the pioneer and founder of the movement to bring awareness to death and dying in our modern world. Her bestseller, On Death and Dying, was the first of many acclaimed books she authored on the subject. |
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| ||A Marvelous Power Bob Proctor. Check out the leading teacher in The Secret is considered by many in the personal development industry to be the leading speaker on the law of attraction and the other 10 universal laws that compliment it. || || ||The Welcoming- Michael Stillwater is a songwriter and healing music artist, providing inspiration for audiences both in America and internationally. His pioneering work providing intuitive songs for patients, caregivers and medical staff facing end-of-life issues led to the creation of Graceful Passages. |
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| ||Be Here Now- Ram Dass, Ph.D., is an international lecturer, author, and a leading Western exponent of ancient Eastern philosophies. He has founded two organizations, Seva and The Hanuman Foundation, dedicated to promoting social action and to alleviate human suffering. He is author of Grist for the Mill, Still here: Embracing Changing, Aging and Dying and other books. || || ||Returning Home - Tu WeiMing is Harvard-Yenching Professor of Chinese History and Philosophy and of Confucian Studies, director of the Harvard-Yenching Institute at Harvard University, and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is interpreting Confucian ethics as a spiritual resource for the emerging global community. |
Dear Friends, Welcome to our WisdomFilms DVD Collection, a new concept in meaning-based innertainment. We offer these films as a new way to breathe, relax and come home to yourself, providing a sanctuary to calm, center, and hopefully, inspire you.
To maximize your experience, let go of the concerns of the day, breathe fully and naturally, and allow yourself to feel a connection to the things that matter most. Sharing these films with others tends to inspire an appreciation for the preciousness of the moment and the miracle of life itself.
When you feel unusually stressed, remember that you can just close your eyes and bathe yourself in the sound. The blending of spoken wisdom and music alone can provide rejuvenation and soul nourishment. In fact, simply listening to this alchemical wisdom has been endorsed by health professionals as part of a daily healing practice.
These films provide a unique opportunity to cultivate the witness within - that quiet inner-knowing which can help us to experience equanimity in the midst of any storm. This state, known as The Relaxation Response, enhances your overall health while strengthening your capacity for compassion and inner peace. When youve cultivated these qualities, you become a part of the fabric of the worlds solutions, rather than its problems. This witness within experience over time - can help you, as Gandhi once said, to become the change you wish to see in the world.
We hope that you will also enjoy the section that weve included entitled Unspeakable Grace, where the films are supported by music alone, so that you can infuse your surroundings with a kind of environmental ambience, filling the space with beauty and peace. It is our hope that all of these films will deepen your access to gratefulness, no matter what the circumstances of your life might be.
In celebration of all life,
San Francisco, CA
"These inspiring short films can help us connect our deepest selves to the vast world we live in. No service could be more important.
Thomas Moore, Best-Selling Author of Care for the Soul