Dr. Wayne Dyer is NY Times best selling author of dozens of books, his insights & wisdom have guided a generation, & culminated in his new movie The Shift. During the Maui premiere, a Starlight Screening at Makenna Beach, Dr. DreamingBear was invited to perform as a prelude to the movie. The event was hosted by The Temple of Peace, Lovevolution Foundation, & the Sacred Earth Temple, & featured other amazing Maui musicians. It has been a tremendous honor to share the stage with one a living legend like Dr. Dyer, & may his words become worlds in your heart's ear. for more information visit http://www.Lovevolution.net, http://www.Mauitopia.us, or http://www.DreamingBear.net. Filmed at the Temple of Peace Benefit concert, visit http://www.templeofpeacemaui.com. Don't miss the shift!
Rev. Kedar & the TOP family are Maui's most Magical people!
The Hero’s Journey | Is my graduation project for the University HKU | Image and Media Technology
Since the beginning of time people are fascinated by stories of hero’s. But did you know there is a fundamental structure that's lies beneath all these tales of fantasy. Joseph Campbell, a famous mythologist, was the first to discover similarities within all ancient myths. He called it the Monomyth. According to him there are 17 stages in which every hero has to walk through one way or the other.
Christopher Vogler a Hollywood development executive was inspired by the writings of Campbell. He wrote his own adaptation guide for hollywood screenwriters.
In the hero’s journey his 12 stages are visualized by using iconic blockbuster movies that follow the same structure of storytelling.
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Directed & Animated | Iskander Krayenbosch
Music | Boris Stipdonk
Sound Design | Boris Stipdonk & Arthur Bruinse
Voiceover | Bob Miller
Additional Illustrations | Mirjam Verhoog
Special Thanks | Lenno Verhoog | Martin van Rijn | Gertrude Krayenbosch
'The Drum Major Instinct' was the last sermon delivered by Martin Luther King, Jr., before his assassination. On 4 February 1968 in his Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, King talks about the human desire to be first, Jesus' approach to that part of our nature, and eventually his own death. Very valuable lessons to be found here. Well worth your time.