|Alchemy for the Soul||
Welcome to WisdomFilms(TM), a new genre in contemplative, life-enhancing media. We offer these short films as a way to stop, take a breath, and come home to yourself, to restore balance to your mind, heart, and soul.
|Chakra Journey DVD||Activate, clear, and align your Chakras while expanding your awareness with this visual meditation combined with the best selling Metamusic® title by ThunderBeat.||$26.45|
|Hanta Yo! DVD||Hanta Yo! is a Lakota Sioux invocation and prayer that calls upon the Great Spirit to clear the way and make the path ready for the seeker's spiritual evolution.||$21.15|
|Lucid Dreaming DVD||
This four-exercise Lucid Dreaming series on DVD is designed to teach you how to program and consciously participate in your own personal dreamscape.
|The Beauty of Being||
Welcome to WisdomFilmsTM, a new genre in contemplative, life-enhancing media. We offer these short films as a way to stop, take a breath, and come home to yourself, to restore balance to your mind, heart, and soul.
|The Global Brain | The White Hole in Time by Peter Russell||
Two best-selling videos now on one DVD!
The Global Brain is a moving audio-visual presentation that explores the theory that the Earth is a self-regulating living organism and asks what function humanity might have for this planetary being.
|The Path: Afterlife by Michael Habernig||
Michael Habernig the owner of Habernig Productions and director of The Path is a man with a personal vision to impact the world with a documentary on the soul’s purpose and healing.
|The Path: Beyond the Physical||
The Path: Beyond the Physical documentary investigate topics of out of body phenomena, remote viewing and multiple dimensions.
|The Path: Evolution||
The Path: Evolution is the third film of The Path Series trilogy and explores the theory that human beings are living in a virtual reality system similar to the rules of an assimilated video game.
|What on Earth by Suzanne Taylor||
Take a ride with filmmaker Suzanne Taylor as she engages a fascinating subculture of artists, educators, geometers, philosophers, and farmers, enthralled by the mystery of crop circles.