Sunday, December 20, 2009

My Darling is a Foreigner...

My Darling is a Foreigner, which finished filming Oct 2, is scheduled for release on April 10, 2010. Jonathan Sherr stars opposite Mao Inoue, one of the most celebrated young actresses in Japanese film and television. Jonathan, well-known to Tokyo Comedy club audiences for his energetic comedy improvisation, was chosen for the role from almost one hundred contenders because of his spontaneous good humor and command of the Japanese language, not to mention his other obvious qualities! What fun! And good luck, Jonathan. We can hardly wait to see this charming romantic comedy. Best Foreign Film perhaps?

photo provided by Jonathan Sherr

Friday, July 3, 2009

Physicist John Hegelin talks TM

“During the TM practice, the active thinking mind settles down naturally to a state of inner wakefulness, where the mind is silent yet fully alert. At the same time the body gains a profound state of rest and relaxation. This unique state of “restful alertness” develops the total brain and eliminates accumulated stress and fatigue. This experience is the basis for the increased creativity and intelligence and improved health reported by people who practice the TM technique.” ~ Dr. John Hagelin 

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Monday, January 26, 2009

Maharishi's last wish for the world...

On January 11, 2008, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi publicly announced that he was "retiring into silence." He said he would be "closing his designed duty" to his spiritual master, Guru Dev and that he had one last message:

"Live long the world in peace, happiness, prosperity, and freedom from suffering.

The future of the world is bright.

That is my delight!"

Maharishi passed to the other side of life a short time later, on February 5, 2008. For over 50 years Maharishi brought forth blessings from his teacher Guru Dev and shared these glories, worldly and divine, with all of us who love life. We thank you for these gifts, Maharishi. You have given us so much and brought such happiness into our lives. For this we can only say what we have always said, repeating after you with thankfulness...~Jai Guru Dev

Photo credit: Maharishi University of Management