GaiamTV Lynne Twist – a global activist, consultant and award-winning author – spoke with Lisa Garr in an inspiring live webcast. A remarkable conversation about practical ways you can make a difference, awaken to your role in creating a sustainable future.
GaiamTV During a live webcast on December 21, 2011, nutrition and natural health expert David Wolfe spoke with Lisa Garr about the tremendous healing potential of superfoods. Together they demonstrated how to make his secret Energy Elixir.
GaiamTV In this eye-opening and potentially life-changing interview, Dr. Joe Dispenza, a neuroscientist, chiropractor and author, explains to Lisa Garr how our habits are wired into our brains and what we can do to change them.
GaiamTV Dr. Raymond Moody has interviewed more than a thousand survivors of near-death experiences. Watch this fascinating conversation between Dr. Moody and Lisa Garr to find out why, as a result of all his research, he says, "Love is the most important thing."
GaiamTV In this in-depth and important conversation, Lisa Garr talks with Gregg Braden about the crises facing humankind today, the outmoded thinking that is preventing us from dealing with these crises.
From the movie The Conversation - Harry (Gene Hackman) makes a late night visit to Amy (Teri Garr), who questions his suspicious nature.
The clip a-weird-letter from Oh, God! (1977) with John Denver, Teri Garr. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
-Jer, clean or dirty? -Marginal.
No, it's not.
I don't know why you use that thing. I mean, if it's for me, it's not necessary.
-Of course, I do like to watch you use it. -I know.
Listen, I think we should wait with the powder room.
Nope, no more waiting for toilets.
I just don't like to see you worrying about loans and mortgages, that's all.
Then don't look.
I don't think we should spend money--
No more thinking tonight! Let's watch TV.
Is there any good mail today?
A couple of junk, some bills, and a letter for you.
"God grants you an interview.
"1600 North Hope Street, Los Angeles, California.
"Room 2700. Tomorrow at 11:00 a.m."
It's a gag.
No stamp, no return address? Pretty crazy gag.
-It's an ad. -For what?
For God oven cleaner, or God detergent, or I don't know.
Nobody would dare.
-What? -Artie Coogan, that's it.
No, an English teacher wouldn't misspell "interview."
The clip a-weird-letter-part-2 from Oh, God! (1977) with John Denver, Teri Garr. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Neither would God.
I can't meet him tomorrow. I've got to meet the District Produce Manager.
-Sorry, God. -Two points.
Did we make love last night?
I love you.
The clip the-letter-is-back from Oh, God! (1977) with Teri Garr, Teri Garr. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Honey, it's so late.
That was two points.
The clip telling-bobbie-about-god from Oh, God! (1977) with John Denver, Teri Garr. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
I have some nice, fresh chicken soup. Why don't you let me fix you a bowl?
Is that all I can get from you? Soup?
-You know what, darling? -What?
Why don't you and I take a few days off and go on a little holiday?
-A holiday? -Yeah.
We could go to San Francisco.
You haven't even seen your sister's new baby yet.
You don't want me to see my sister's baby. You want me to see my sister's husband.
I am not crazy, and I don't need some child psychiatrist to tell me...
...that I didn't talk to God, because I did.
-On an intercom. -And on the car radio.
Do you remember when Artie Coogan set up that hidden microphone...
...and he broadcast those filthy limericks through the television set?
It was not Artie.
I know all of Artie's voices.
Artie is not capable of adding 10 stories to a building that doesn't have them.
He cannot talk back and forth through a car radio...
...that's been busted for two months.
Whoever the hell this guy is, he's very smart.
And I'm going to listen to him.
-For a while. -And you think it's God?
Well, he thinks he's God. And I'm in no position to argue with him.
-I thought you believed in him. -I do. I believe in God.
The clip telling-bobbie-about-god-part-2 from Oh, God! (1977) with John Denver, Teri Garr. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
I just don't believe that he exists. I mean, in the sense...
...that he repaints floor numbers in office buildings or doubles as a disc jockey.
Well, that is what he does.
And he wants you to give his message to the world?
Jerry, does he know how you feel about him?
I told him. Doesn't seem to bother him.
So is that all he told you?
That you're going to be the savior?
And that to tell everybody, what we have down here can work?
He also told me, he's very disappointed in avocados.
-He is? -He said he made the pit too big.
I am not crazy!
The clip maybe-hearing-is-believing from Oh, God! (1977) with Teri Garr, Teri Garr. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
I let you sleep a little later.
I'll take the kids to school, okay?
How do you feel?
You know, about....
I almost forgot. I'm fine.
Because, you know, I was thinking...
...you didn't actually see, all you did was hear.
And you know what they say.
-What? -Seeing is believing.
-What about Ingrid Bergman? -Ingrid Bergman?
Joan of Arc. She played Joan of Arc.
Joan of Arc.
Joan didn't see either. She just heard, like me.
The clip one-line-in-the-paper from Oh, God! (1977) with John Denver, Teri Garr. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
No, listen to this.
"It should come as no surprise to anyone that in these tense-filled times...
"...religious freaks abound.
"From the Bronx cabbie who claims he drove Mary Magdalene...
"...to the airport last Christmas...." Listen.
"To the Burbank, California, supermarket manager...
"...who insists he has had four conversations with God, no less."
"According to this second gentleman...
"...who flashes a calling card with God's name on it...
"...God wants very much for us to know...
"...He is alive and well and that our world can work. It's up to us."
Let me see that.
The Los Angeles Times.
-Where is it? -How could you, for God's....
It's right here, with some terrific company.
See this? A janitor who sleeps all night tied up on a cross.
Did anybody else say they saw God?
No, but there's an insurance salesman selling life-after-death policies.
But only you have talked to the Big Boss. Did you just say that you saw him?
-Yes. -You didn't just hear him?
One line. That's all they gave it is one line.
-Are you saying now that you saw God? -Three times, yeah.
-Three times? -In the bathroom, at work, and in the car.
One lousy line. I don't believe it.
The clip hard-to-believe from Oh, God! (1977) with Teri Garr, Teri Garr. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Let's go away for a couple days, okay?
-Bobbie, I know how crazy this all sounds. -No, you don't.
I saw him. He spoke to me.
All right, let's say, for a minute, that you saw God--
Look, don't humor me. That'll really make me crazy.
Okay! You saw him.
-But why is he talking to you? -Why not me?
Why not the Pope, or Billy Graham, or somebody way up there?
-He doesn't care about religion. -God doesn't care about religion?
That's what he said.
He sure picked a funny business to go into then, didn't he?
I'm sorry, Jerry.
I can't seem to accept the concept of you...
...actually having a real, honest-to-God conversation with God.
I don't understand why he wanted to talk to you.
God, listen to me, this whole thing is making me nuts now, too.
-You do think I'm crazy. -No.
I don't think you're crazy.
Which is why I think I'm crazy.
Bobbie, how can I convince anyone at all, if I can't convince you?
The clip hard-to-believe-part-2 from Oh, God! (1977) with Teri Garr, Teri Garr. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Jerry, for some reason that I can't even begin to fathom...
...you really believe all this stuff, don't you?
...that you believe.
Which, in some sense, is the same as believing, I guess, isn't it?
The clip more-interest-in-the-story from Oh, God! (1977) with Teri Garr, Teri Garr. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
And finally, this note.
The Los Angeles Sunday Times reports today that in Tarzana, California...
...a supermarket manager, Jerry Landers, had an alleged conversation...
...with someone he claimed was God.
According to the story, God has appeared on earth to reaffirm...
...that He lives and our world can work. It's up to us.
This reporter would like to hedge his bets on the outside chance...
...that God did make this appearance and that he just might be tuned to ABC.
We'd like him to know, we did report it.
This is Jerry Dunphy. Thank you and good night.
-Even Moses didn't give his last name. -That should get the phone ringing.
I told you.
Yes, this is Jerry Landers. It's the Tarzana Daily Review.
Yes, I'm the one.
Spoke with him? Absolutely.
About 6 foot, blondish hair....
About 5' 7", I guess. Gray hair.