New Thought Center of Hawai`i
A Sanctuary of Aloha for the nourishment, development, and evolution of each individual's unique spiritual path.
FREE child care during Sunday Services.
New Thought Center of Hawai'i
81-6587 Mamalahoa Highway, C302
Kealakekua, HI 96750
mail to: PO Box 333, Kealakekua, HI 96750
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Sunday, March 25, 2015
Living Our Highest Purpose
with Khashyar Darvich
music by Bernice & Manuel Roberto
& Gourmet Potluck Luncheon
A major life change brings you great blessings.
Card for the week from Magical Mermaids & Dolphins by Doreen Virtue
Dalai Lama exclusive showing in West Hawaii at New Thought Center, March 29th and March 30th for details go to our events page to register
"What is our highest purpose and how do we discover it? Do we each have the power to make a difference in the world? Documentary Film Director Khashyar Darvich will speak about life being a journey, and how unexpected challenges are really blessings that help us find our life's purpose and happiness.
Darvich will also share his experience working with the Dalai Lama, and what insights he received while producing and directing the 'Dalai Lama Awakening' film (narrated by Harrison Ford), which will also be screening at the New Thought Center on March 29th & 30th"
Producer-Director Khashyar Darvich has won numerous awards for his documentaries and films that have screened thousands of times in cinemas around the world, and as well as broadcast on international television including on the History Channel, CBS, NBC and PBS. Khashyar strives and is committed to producing positive projects that are both artistically satisfying and that impact audiences in a positive and fulfilling way. In 2000, he founded and is President of a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation, “The Wakan Foundation for the Arts,” which has the mission of “serving and uplifting humanity through the arts.” Khashyar was committed to producing “Dalai Lama Awakening” because of the unique transformation that occurred during that special event, and as it became obvious that what was captured by the cameras had all the elements of an extraordinary film. Some of Khashyar’s previous work includes: “Dalai Lama Renaissance” (narrated by actor Harrison Ford, winner of 12 awards and screened over 1,000 times around the world), the History Channel and PBS award-winning documentary “Black Hawk Waltz: Tales of a Rocky Mountain Town,” about an eccentric Colorado mountain town, a true-life “Northern Exposure;” The “Coach Parks” documentary, about a high school coach who devotes himself to helping the poor, and who many professional athletes like Joe Montana come to for physical, personal and spiritual conditioning; “Saving the Redwood Forests,” a television PSA about saving the Redwood Forests that has won 15 awards to date; and other projects. Khashyar and his dedicated team at Wakan Films are currently in production for several documentary films that have inspiring and life-affirming stories, and that have the intention of serving the Greatest Good, including: “The Silence of Happiness” (about deaf children in Sri Lanka who overcome unhappiness and limitations through dance), a documentary film “Road to Happiness” (about an American woman who walked 25,000 miles across America for peace beginning in 1953), “Forgiving Buddha” (about prison inmates who transform themselves through meditation and deep honesty, and other transformational films).