Posted by Karen Hadalski at 2 August 2013

Category: Body-Mind-Spirit

If you have LINK TV I’m sure you know about the great series:” Global Spirit.”  If not, I’d like to share a little about it.

Introduced by John Cleese of “Fawlty Towers” and “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” fame and moderated by Phil Cousineau , this “first internal travel series” brings together both Eastern and Western scientific and spiritual traditions and presents unique conversations on each.

Guests are phenomenal and topics covered include:  “The Art of Living and Dying,” “The Shaman, the Spirit Healer, and the Earth,” “Music, Sound, and the Sacred,” In Search of Ecstasy,” “Forgiveness and Healing,” among many others.

Last night (Thursday) at 10 p.m. on my local PBS station, I watched the episode: “”Exploring Consciousness: East and West.”  This hour-long conversation, punctuated by a couple short film clips, flew by and I hated to see it end.

The participants were Sraddahu Ranade, Scientist, Educator, and Scholar at the Sri Aurobindo Ashram in India and Peter Russell, Scientist and Author of From Science To God, and The Consciousness Revolution.

Such programming demonstrates the lofty heights television broadcasting can aspire to and, by comparison, the junk food most networks feed us 90% of the time.

You can check-out LINK TV, information about this series, PBS broadcasting schedules, how to purchase DVD’s, and much more at www.globalspirit.tv.  I hope you will!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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