Thursday October 23 , 2014

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JIM CARREY ON

' AWAKENING '
' THE POWER OF INTENTION '
' EMANATES PURE LOVE '
' INTRODUCES ECKHART TOLLE '

Jim Carrey offers a hopeful and positive perspective on the world, the future of media, the emergence of transformational media, and then .. gives an affectionate heartfelt introduction for Eckhart Tolle whom he is "honored to call a friend." Recorded at the 2009 Inaugural GATE Event (Global Alliance for Transformational Entertainment) Video was Shot and Produced by Eckhart Tolle TV. Eckhart Tolle TV is an online video network offering of transformational video content featuring Eckhart Tolle & Kim Eng.

 


MARIANNE WILLIAMSON

' OUR DEEPEST FEAR '
' SPIRITUAL ADVICE '
' THE SHADOW EFFECT '
' FORGIVENESS '
 


NEALE DONALD WALSCH

' THE EMOTION OF FEAR '
' WE ARE GOD - GOD IS LOVE '
 

'We are God - God is Love'  -   is part one of 9 - so see how you enjoy it here and if you wish to hear more - then go to YOUTUBE and follow it from there
 

 


Ancient Ruins & Annunaki with Michael Tellinger


The Annunaki And Mankind

Sumerians and the Anunnaki. Presentation By Zecharia Sitchin

Sumerian Artifacts And Ancient Astronauts

Aquarius - The Age Of Evil

The Painful Truth and lies behind 9/11 - A documentary you dont want to miss

9-11 The Most Important Video Ever What Happened to WTC Building 7

Zeta Movie 2 - Signs Of The Times
 

 

 
DAVID LYNCH
( filmmaker )

DONATES $1 MILLION

TO TEACH MILITARY

MEDITATION

 



Filmmaker David Lynch has donated one million dollars for the teaching of meditation to U.S. military veterans. About 20-30% of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans suffer from PTSD. Some also suffer from depression and substance abuse related to PTSD.
Called ‘Operation Warrior Wellness’, the project aims to teach meditation to 10,000 veterans. Meditation has already been recognized by the military as having a healing potential for PTSD. One Iraq War veteran who tried meditation said, “From the first time I did it, I knew it was what I would do for the rest of my life. It was the first time I felt quiet in my mind for five years.” (Source: ABCNEWS)

A study partly funded by the Department of Defense found meditation training prior to battle could also benefit soldiers. The study of 48 soldiers found those who participated in an eight week mindfulness course before deployment in Iraq, had better moods, memory, and emotional awareness than the ones without the training.

Lynch has been meditating for decades, and is a Transcendental Meditation enthusiast. “With meditation, we have a treasure within. We get happier, and things get very, very good,” he said at the Operation Warrior Wellness press conference


 

 


One key reason why Australians reject Christianity

is the Church’s attitude to gay people, new research suggests.

The research was commissioned by Christian media group Olive Tree Media, an organization which has grown from the work of Karl Faase, pastor of a Baptist church in Sydney’s southern suburbs. It found nearly nearly 30 per cent of all respondents said the stance of churches on homosexuality blocked them from engaging with Christianity.

This was a greater ‘blocker’ than ‘hell and damnation,’ the Church’s attitude to science and evolution or even the Bible.

The list of the top ten blockers also includes hypocrisy, judging others, religious wars, suffering, issues around money and exclusivity. The survey found that although Australians could separate the perpetrators of sexual abuse from religion, most felt churches needed to do a lot more to address the problem.

Faase said he was not surprised by the findings and told the West Australian that they showed that the Australian attitude of a ‘fair go for all’ was still strong.

A number of Australian churches, however, denied there is such a marked trend of people turning down Christianity.

Pastor Mike Kwok from the Fellowship Baptist Church in Sydney told The Christian Post he acknowledges the rising support for what he called ‘the homosexual agenda,’ but he does not believe the problem is so widespread nor that it causes a division among churchgoers.
“While I’m unaware of anyone turning away from a church because of that church’s position on homosexuality, it is only natural that someone who practices homosexuality will not come to our church because of our biblical position on the issue,” said Kwok.

The survey asked people to identify who influenced them the most when it came to religious belief with the dominant answers being parents and family, followed by mass media, social media and the internet.

“When we asked what impact high profile atheists such as Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens had on people’s beliefs, we were surprised to discover that three out of four said they had had no impact at all,” said Mark McCrindle from McCrindle Research which was commissioned by Olive Tree Media.

“The biggest turns-offs were public figures or celebrities discussing their faith. Whilst these methods are used in the United States, Australians are seemingly distrustful of the motives behind public declaration of religious beliefs,” McCrindle said.

“We will use the research to develop an Apologetics Series for television, DVD, web and radio. We plan on a 10 part series that looks at each of the top ten ‘blocker issues’ and gives an accessible response so that the average Australian can engage with the material and make an informed belief and lifestyle choice,” Faase said.

 

Most Australians do not actively practice any religion.


Read more: http://www.care2.com/causes/homophobia-driving-christians-from-church-says-australian-report.html#ixzz1dm0Usc4A

 

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