2013

How to Live a Miraculous Life

Gabby Bernstein by Gabby Bernstein | February 22nd, 2013 | 1 Comment
topic: Inspirational Media, Personal Growth | tags: 2013, A Course in Miracles, abundance, acceptance, appreciation, change, consciousness, faith, fear, forgive, forgiveness, grateful, gratitude, heart, inner voice, inspiration, intuition, love, May Cause Miracles, miraculous life, obstacles, opportunities, personal development, Personal Growth, self help, synchronicities, synchronicity, true purpose, universe, victim, willingness, ~ing

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Many of us long for a life of happiness and peace, but we don’t believe we can have it. The great paradox is that our lack of faith in love and miracles is what blocks us from receiving love and miracles.

If we want to live a miraculous life, we must raise the volume on the loving voice within us and turn down the volume on our fear.

March: Just in Time

Spiritual Cinema Circle by Spiritual Cinema Circle | February 18th, 2013 | No Comments
topic: Inspirational Media, Personal Growth | tags: 2013, Argentina, Awaken, bedtime story, broken hearts, Chinese Take-Away, daughter, father, love, March, memories, mother, movies, personal development, Personal Growth, Pioneer, Ricardo Darin, Roger Ebert, short films, son, South by Southwest Film Festival, Spiritual Cinema Circle, spirituality, Stephen Simon, The Camera, Tick Tock Time Emporium, time, time travel, Un Cuento Chino

The March film selections from Spiritual Cinema Circle focus on how we measure the value of our time.

Chinese Take-Away (Un Cuento Chino) is the feature film for subscribers in the U.S. and Canada. Directed by Ricardo Darin, this film from Argentina is a powerful story about two men from completely different worlds who, in the most unlikely ways, help each other heal their broken hearts and spirits. Film critic Roger Ebert awarded it his top rating.

Awaken, this month’s feature film for international subscribers, is a mind-bending and heart-opening time-travel love story where two lovers meet and change each other’s lives in a completely unique environment.

The Camera is a haunting, wordless short film that reminds us of the power of  love and the magic of memories.

In Tick Tock Time Emporium, a girl who desperately wants more time with her mother enters a strange shop where time is actually for sale.

Pioneer focuses on a mysterious, haunting bedtime story that a father tells his son. This powerful short film was voted the Best Narrative Short at the South by Southwest Film Festival.

January: A New Beginning

Spiritual Cinema Circle by Spiritual Cinema Circle | January 4th, 2013 | No Comments
topic: Inspirational Media, Personal Growth | tags: 2013, Baby Monitor, comedy, drama, DVD club, films, from Bones, future, humor, Ireland, It's a Wonderful Life, January, Jocelyn Jansons, Kurt Kuenne, lobster, Memento, movies, new beginnings, new mother, past, personal development, Personal Growth, preview, SCC, self help, shorts, Shuffle, soul, Spriritual Cinema Circle, T.J. Thyne, trailer, validation, video, Washed Up Love

This January, Spiritual Cinema Circle features films about new beginnings .

Shuffle is a complex and engrossing film about the choices we make as our lives unfold. In the spirit of both Memento and It’s a Wonderful Life, we encounter a man who suddenly begins to experience the events of his life out of sequence, as he slowly realizes that his biggest challenge is also his most dazzling opportunity. Shuffle stars T.J. Thyne (from Bones) and was written and directed by Kurt Kuenne, the same team behind the delightful short Validation.

Baby Monitor and Lobster are both from filmmaker Jocelyn Jansons, our in-studio guest on this month’s DVD program. The first is powerful short about overcoming the past, while the second is a humorous look at the existence of the soul.

Washed Up Love, set in Ireland, is a lighthearted story about a woman who meets a younger man when he literally washes ashore, causing her to question the path of her life.