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Discover the Gift (2010)

The Gift (original title)
PG | | Documentary | 14 June 2011 (USA)
Within each of us, there are special Gifts simply awaiting discovery. The sense of joy, power, fulfillment, freedom, and unconditional love that we experience in our lives is directly ... See full summary »

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Demian Lichtenstein, Dave Hagen (co-writer)
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Credited cast:
David 'Avacado' Wolfe David 'Avacado' Wolfe ... Self
Stacey Alysson ... Self
Greg Apparcel Greg Apparcel ... Self (as Fr. Greg Apparcel)
Janet Bray Attwood Janet Bray Attwood ... Self
Cherif Aziz Cherif Aziz ... Self
Shajen Joy Aziz Shajen Joy Aziz ... Self
Michael Beckwith Michael Beckwith ... Rev. Michael Beckwith
Anya Benton ... Self
Jack Canfield Jack Canfield ... Jack Canfield
John Castagnini John Castagnini ... Self
Michael Cresci Michael Cresci ... Self
Sydney Cresci Sydney Cresci ... Self
The Dalai Lama ... Dalai Lama
Barbara De Angelis Barbara De Angelis ... Self (as Dr. Barbara De Angelis)
Stewart Emery Stewart Emery ... Self
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Within each of us, there are special Gifts simply awaiting discovery. The sense of joy, power, fulfillment, freedom, and unconditional love that we experience in our lives is directly related to these Gifts, yet so many of us have yet to unlock their full potential, leaving us longing for a sense of happiness and fulfillment. For sister and brother team Shajen Joy Aziz and Demian Lichtenstein, something was missing in their lives until they tapped into the power of their own unique Gifts, leading to a profound personal transformation that has enabled them to connect to the fullness of life. Their incredible personal journeys of spiritual growth have fueled their desire to share what they have learned and in Discover The Gift, they share their story and take us step-by-step through this journey of discovery which has the power to change not only individual lives, but can transform our entire world. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for some thematic elements
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Spiritual Journeys and Their Milestones
24 June 2011 | by EMFilmGeekSee all my reviews

On my free time, I like investing in my personal growth. Sometimes I get this done by watching documentaries such as What the BLEEP, The Secret, and read books such as Eckhart Tolle's the Power of Now and New Earth, but nothing has struck such a chord with me like Discover The Gift did. It sheds light on our connection with each other, and even stars the Dalai Lama sharing his thoughts on the power of compassion and love. What I love most about this documentary is the several different approaches, ideas, and speakers that are featured providing a way in for not just me but others who have different views and ideas about their experiences. I usually stick to either the documentary, or the book – not both. But there were lots of advantages to having the book format, most notably the exercises in the book, the mandalas, and of course its portability. The "re-watchability" value of Discover The Gift is high – it's extremely informative and covers a wide-range of topics that are engaging still, even as stand-alone pieces.


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