Monday, February 23, 2015
Review of Spiritual Cinema Circle
Are you tired of watching the same old shoot ‘em up and kill up films? How about viewing films that go beyond just entertainment and allow you to dig deeper into the consciousness of everyday life? Are you ready to raise your awareness of what is happening within you as well as on the planet, thereby creating though-provoking conversations between family and friends?
Perhaps it is time to seek out the Spiritual Cinema Circle. Each month the Circle sends out a new DVD with four inspirational films full of heart and soul. They usually contain one feature film along with shorts. Many of the films are geared for the entire family. If it isn’t, it will usually be disclosed.
As more and more people wake up, they are discovering that they want more out of their films and the Spiritual Cinema Circle delivers. Spiritual Cinema Circle's January Feature is Walking the Camino. Walking the 500-mile Camino de Santiago has been going on for 1,200 years. It starts in France and ends in Spain at the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. In this film, six men and women from around the world, all for different reasons, endeavor to accept this very physical and spiritual challenge that will change their lives. Of course, I start thinking, Would I be able to walk 500 miles?
Also, on this months DVD, a Hatha/Yin Yoga routine called Smooth Awakening is offered. As many of you know, I am a strong advocate of yoga in keeping us aligned and healthy on a regular basis. With that said, as a bonus for signing up, you have free access to Gaiam TV. Gaiam TV offers an impressive array of personal development, spirituality, yoga, fitness, metaphysics, health and wellness, and original programming.
Therefore, isn’t it important to know that you have a choice in the viewing of films? Why not spend your time and money on something that gives you hope, a reminder of the wonder and magic that exists within us and is more valuable to your soul? Click on the banner below to learn more.
"This post was created in partnership with eAccountable. All opinions are my own."