Using Filmmaking to Heal the World with Vishal Hiraskar - Hosted by the Meditation Museum
Vishal is one of a team of three dynamic brothers from one of the most remote parts of India, Mt. Abu, Rajasthan. He taught himself filmmaking and has directed and produced ovies and music videos that are worthy to be nominated for a Grammy and more. Never before have three brothers from such a remote part of the world living lives in peace and purity become such service to mankind. This is a story of hope and inspiration and we invite all who are interested in investing in film, making films, distribution, and the arts or those who just love to hear a great story. You will also get to view their latest movie, “The TIME IS…NOW.”
"The TIME is... NOW" is a film that shows common people trapped in uncommon situations and how they turn out to be survivors instead of becoming victims. These are people from America, Kenya, UK, Israel and Palestine who have survived bombings, torture, close encounters with death and the loss of relatives and friends. These are the people who have survived extreme crises and the only thing they had was their inner power and faith. Did these people know that they had some unique power before they were forced to face those situations? Or, was it the human spirit in them that was not beaten? Or, was it then, in the most extreme times, when their soul reached out to a higher power? These questions (and others) are addressed with the views of War Psychologists, Spiritual Leaders and Missionaries.
So ultimately we appeal to the whole world to make a promise that we will become instrumental in creating peace in the world. This will be our contribution to make our planet a bit better to live in.
All workshops and events at the Museum are free of charge, however, your voluntary, tax-deductible contributions are appreciated. Register for this inspiring workshop at: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/5300528022#
or through our Meetup Group at www.Meetup.com/MeditationMuseum
The Meditation Museum is a small unique museum which invites visitors to enhance the quality of their thoughts, their lives and the world around them. The museum is specifically designed to bring us back to a knowledge of our true selves and our responsibility to humanity. Our hope is that everyone who experiences the museum finds his or her own authentic meaning for life. For more information or to view a complete listing of upcoming workshops and events, please visit: www.MeditationMuseum.org