This illuminating documentary explores the unity of humanity, featuring mystics from around the world, whose lives have been dedicated to answering the mysteries of existence.

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Ajahn Amaro ...
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David A. Cooper ...
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For the first time ever, mystics from the world's great spiritual traditions come together in one venue to share their personal experiences and address the profound questions about the meaning of life and love, the existence of God, the path to spiritual awakening and the way to true peace in the world. Written by (The Film Catalogue)

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A Journey Into The Soul
12 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a spiritual documentary involving people of varied religious backgrounds. What they have in common is the desire to be in alignment with their deepest spiritual selves as they go about their daily existence. One of the "mystics" as referred to by narrator Peter Coyote made a point about our focus throughout the day and how that affects our inner well-being...our true sense of peace. I thought that point was especially illuminating as I know I have a habit of doing something spiritual for an hour perhaps and then letting the rest of my day go to more selfish pursuits.

There was also a point made about serving others as a way to stay centered in ones true self. One suggested helping people be less fearful. Another focused on the inner wealth of peace, compassion, and generosity. Whatever their message or approach, each sought the same inner destination of love. Really knowing yourself or getting completely honest with yourself was the popular method of attaining this inner love state.

I've had my own spiritual experiences and was both relieved and inspired to hear similar stories of spiritual seeing, if you will, from the mystics in this documentary. It was very affirming that way.


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