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Interview with Ed Mendoza and several Peace and Dignity Run runners of the 500 year run, an Indigenous run to celebrate 500 years of survival after Columbus.
20 Nov 2009
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*******toltecmysteryschool****/2012/ Ac Tah, a Mayan spiritual leader speaks on how to prepare for the Mayan 2012 prophecies if the end of time. Part 1
27 Mar 2010
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*******toltecmysteryschool****/2012/ Ac Tah, a Mayan spiritual leader speaks on how to prepare for the Mayan 2012 prophecies if the end of time. Part 1
27 Mar 2010
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*******toltecmysteryschool**** Encounters with Extraordinary People Series - spiritual leaders, shamans, cuanderas, Toltec Wisdom, Naguals … extraordinary people. In this video Kalyn sits down with Alicia Mayo. a delightful woman who embodies both the traditional Mexican Shamanic healing and spiritual practices and spiritual practices prevalent in the U.S., Europe and North America. We spoke with Alicia on a variety of subjects, the Mayan 2012 End of Days Prophecy, wisdom for walking on a spiritual path, and more. In this particular clip, Alicia talks about an important aspect of living a spiritual life – non-judgment.
19 Apr 2010
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His Holiness the Seventeenth Gyalwang Karmapa lives at his temporary camp at the Gyuto Ramoche Tantric University in Dharamsala, India, where he teaches and regularly holds public audiences.
24 Aug 2007
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BY MAURICE SCARBOROUGH ANCHOR JIM FLINK Mystery surrounds Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar, after reports he was killed while leaving the Pakistani city of Quetta. Now government and media agencies all over the world are trying to confirm the news of his death. “Off the record, the Afghan Intelligence officials, The NDS - National Directors of Security, have said that he’s dead. They are not able to confirm who has killed him, or where exactly he was killed, but they are saying at this point in time, that they will hold a press conference to substantiate those claims. We’ll have to wait and see if that actually happens.” According to the New York Post - Afghan defense sources said Omar was killed by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelliegence Agency, while another source said Mullah Omar has been out of the public eye for 11 days, but may still be alive. Amidst the confusion, Pakistan’s Interior Minister said he had no information on Omar’s killing. “There has been no report available to us about any operation that has happened in Pakistan. If Mullah Omar has been killed in Afghanistan, it is up to the Afghan authorities to confirm or deny...” Since rumors of his death have surfaced, the Taliban has issued a statement denying reports. One spokesman said Omar was alive and well, and was directing the groups military forces through Afghanistan. News X also got the opportunity to speak with former ISI chief Hamid Gul who says news of Omar’s death is just the latest lie fabricated by the U.S. Government. “This is even a bigger lie than the purported killing of Osama in Abbottabad. They have to end the war, for heavens sake try and understand Americans are cheats, they carry out deception maneuvers and this is what they are doing.” And while no one has been able to confirm or deny his death, a writer for the BBC says it may actually be in the U.S.’s best interest if the rumors were false. “The US is now involved in secret peace talks with the Taliban and … both the CIA and the ISI are anxious to keep Mullah Omar alive. Mullah Omar’s blessing would be needed at the conclusion of any peace deal so that more hardline Taliban commanders would be forced to accept the terms of any agreement and not go off to join al-Qaeda or other rejectionists.”
24 May 2011
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The 4th World Spirit Forum hosted prominent scientists, thinkers and spiritual leaders from all over the world, uniting to discuss plans to deal with a world filled with crises.
7 Jan 2007
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The Tibetan spiritual leader, The Dalai Lama, has started a ten-day visit to the UK; today he will meet the press in the House of Commons and discuss Tibet. He will meet with the Prime Minister later this week.
21 May 2008
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BY YIQIAN ZHANG You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. The Dalai Lama is retiring -- not from his spiritual role -- but from his political service in the Tibetan government in exile -- saying the Tibetan people need a freely elected leader. The announcement comes on the 52nd anniversary of the failed Tibetan uprising against Chinese rule. “The Tibetan government in exile now is all set to change its constitution and elect a prime minister who will take over the political offices held by the Dalai Lama at the moment.” News X By electing a successor, the Dalai Lama is departing from the historic practice of reincarnation. Traditionally, it is only after the death of the current Dalai Lama, that the Tibetan government and High Lamas will set out to find his reincarnated successor. The Chinese government has intervened in that history, and claimed approval rights for the Dalai Lama in the 1950s. So, is this move a step towards greater Tibetan democracy or is the spiritual leader simply playing olitics? The Hindustan Times quotes a Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman as saying, it’s a trick. JIANG YU: “He has often talked about retirement in the past few years. I think these are his tricks to deceive the international community.” Others say some good might come out of this. BBC China quotes a Bochum University professor – who says this boils down to a Tibetan-style separation of church and state. “…(the) Dalai Lama announces his exit in the political realm and didn’t give up his position as spiritual leader. But his action means this medieval, traditional, very out-of-date system of unification of church and state will come to an end. … theoretically it’s advancement.” But a Time magazine blogger says, The Dalai Lama knows exactly what he’s doing -- and he’s sending a strong message to the rest of the world. “…a separate political structure will exist in which Tibet’s interests can be looked after by an independent leader. In that case, reincarnation will not be the salient issue. Democracy, as practiced by the Tibetan exile community, will be. How’s that for a deft move by a ‘wolf in monk’s robes?’” Tibetans will vote for their new prime minister later this month. CNN’s Zain Vergee reports - the Dalai Lama’s announcement wasn’t a surprise. “He’s going to put forward amendments and he wants a vote to happen on the successor. (FLASH) A lot of people are saying the Dalai Lama has worked so hard for the cause, giant just needs a break. This is just kind of symbolic, really, it’s so important this happening. Actually the Tibetan government in exile has not really made a lot of political progress in terms of what they want over the last few years.” Finally - The New Yorker’s Evan Osnos predicts - the Dalai Lama might find it difficult to separate himself politically from the Tibetan cause. “...despite his persistent attempts to renounce his political functions and pave the way for a new generation of leaders who can govern without the emotional and religious baggage he represents, he simply looms too large over the Tibet conflict to be there and not there at the same time.” Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for daily updates. Get more multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
12 Mar 2011
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The visiting spiritual Tibetan leader, The Dalai Lama, speaks on human rights before a UK foreign affairs select committee. Tomorrow, he is due to meet the Prime Minister, Mr Gordon Brown, for talks.
23 May 2008
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Philanthropist Charles Annenberg Weingarten and the Explore team, always ready for adventure and learning, set out for India, a land ascribed with deep running spiritual and philosophical roots, a land of magic. explore™ (*******explore****) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others. Distributed by Tubemogul.
27 Sep 2008
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( Morning Coffee with Mario Talk Show Series: South Africa denies the Dalai Lama entry, Warner Bros New On-Demand, Sylvia Plath's son commits suicide, and the Twitter phenomenon continues. (03-23-09) Part 1 FULL-LENGTH VERSION AVAILABLE
24 Mar 2009
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