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"Spiritual Revolution" is a look at Eastern Spirituality in the Western world, with particular emphasis on its points of convergence with Western science and psychotherapy. Of note is the use of meditation in the treatment of addicts and AIDS patients, plus the evolving role of women. Written by Anonymous

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A must for anyone interested in Eastern spirituality
1 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

Unlike other films in this genre, which focus solely on gurus, rinpoches, and other spiritual masters, this documentary takes a broader and more interesting approach. By adding distinctly Western voices -- scientists, psychoanalysts, historians, and even a Catholic theologian -- it brings into focus the ever-more converging paths between the East and the West. Of special interest was is the attention to the emerging role of women as Eastern traditions acquire a Western audience. Most distinctive of all is that rather than focusing, as so many "spiritual" films do, on the avant-garde, "Spiritual Revolution" takes the viewer into previously uncharted terrain by showing how meditation is now being used as a tool in helping groups such as Inner City kids and AIDS patients. Its ultimate message? "Meditation" rather than "Medication."


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