In our travels, we have been fortunate to meet many wonderful people who
are working to help transform, heal and inspire our world.
One of them is Steven Simon, co-founder of The Spiritual Cinema Circle
and producer of the films Somewhere in Time and What Dreams May Come,and
Producer/Director of Indigo.
Steven and his friends, including Kathlyn and Gay Hendricks, Wayne Dyer,
Deepak Chopra, Sylvia Browne, Neale Donald Walsch, James Tywman, have joined
together to make it possible for you to watch films you're unlikely to
see anywhere else. Movies that will warm your heart, expand your mind,
and stir your soul. Movies that are made with love and passion, not just
to sell popcorn.
By joining the Spiritual Cinema Circle, you can make a statement about
what kind of a world you want to live in and make a real difference in
how spiritually-empowering entertainment is distributed. You'll be encouraging
filmmakers to make more of the kind of movies we want to see, and you'll
have a direct influence on the future of the industry. Click
here to get
information about joining the Circle today.
Ayurveda is India¹s 5,000 year old ³Science of Life.² It is the art of living in harmony with nature, and it explains the nature of everything in the universe. When we learn about Ayurveda, we learn about ourselves, how we ³tick,² and how we can be our healthiest and happiest at all times.
Ayurveda teaches us to live life in balance. And it helps us to find exactly what that balance is for each one of us. We learn individual strategies for diet, exercise, and lifestyle. Since health is more than the physical, it is also mental, emotional, and spiritual, Ayurveda can be used to help us create and maintain healthy relationships. It can help us to better understand ourselves, and the people in our lives. We can work with our natural strengths to help balance each other out. We can stop trying to "change" others to fit our needs, and instead accept a person's characteristics as a part of their wholeness, and honor who they are.
Ayurvedic principles can be applied to our work and career, to help us find and live our dharma. They can help us with our family lives, in parenting, and to help resolve conflicts. Ayurveda is a lifestyle that shows us how to take care of ourselves, in a simple, practical, and loving way.
"Dosha Diva" Lissa Coffey started living the Ayurvedic lifestyle when she was researching her first book: ³The Healthy Family Handbook: Natural Remedies for Parents and Children.² One of the healing modalities that she explored in the book was Ayurveda, and the more she learned about it, the more it resonated with her. She has studied with Dr. Deepak Chopra, Dr.
David Simon, Dr. Vasant Lad, and many other renown physicians in the field of Ayurveda. Her book, ³What¹s Your Dosha, Baby? Discover the Vedic Way for Compatibility in Life and Love² is the first and only book about Ayurveda and relationships.
For more info about the beautiful mandala on the cover of "What's Your Dosha, Baby?"