INORI Prayer: Conversation with Something Great (2012)

Could a prayer 'turn on' genes? A top Japanese geneticist has embarked on a scientific journey to unearth prayer's possible impact on human DNA. His study already proved laughter could ... See full summary »

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Tetsu Shiratori

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Tetsu Shiratori
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Updated: 20 April 2012
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Yukari Kanasawa Yukari Kanasawa ... Researcher Hori
Tatsuhito Okuda Tatsuhito Okuda ... Shigetada Nakanishi
Tetsu Shiratori Tetsu Shiratori ... (voice)
Yukiya Kitamura Yukiya Kitamura ... Dr. Kazuo Murakami
Kenta Oya Kenta Oya ... Young Kazuo Murakami
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Could a prayer 'turn on' genes? A top Japanese geneticist has embarked on a scientific journey to unearth prayer's possible impact on human DNA. His study already proved laughter could activate genes. The film makes a scientific approach to the power of prayer through interviews with a top Japanese geneticist Dr. Kazuo Murakami, a holistic health pioneer Deepak Chopra, M.D., a cell biologist Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D., and a prolific researcher on human consciousness Lynne McTaggart. Written by Anonymous

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Japan | USA

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Japanese

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Great film to touch my heart
25 January 2013 | by chikakohpSee all my reviews

I watch this movie in Japan in October, it was great film that talking about intention, mind and prayer. I knew already how powerful that effect inside and outside of us. I wish people see it and realize how to use our mind and intention.

It is not religious to one kind at all. It is talking about general of our prayer power. When we see the event of disasters, we see a lot of people praying, even they are in trouble. When I saw Japanese earthquake and Tsunami seen, the almost all Japanese (including children and elders) are putting hands together and praying. It hit my heart.


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