Best known for directing 3000 Miles to Graceland, (2001) and Executive Producer – The Road to Graceland (2001) comes the unlikely producer, director, co-author and co-creator Demian Lichtenstein, who brilliantly and stunningly choreographed a feature-length documentary, Discovery the Gift from the book of the same name co-written with his sister, Shajen (pronounced Cheyenne) Joy Azis.
Victim thoughts and feelings prevent you from changing your circumstances or creating a sense of feeling better. When you have a frustrating or terrible experience, you need to have time to process your thoughts and feelings. It is important to avoid pretending that all is well. However, it is also important to notice when you are indulging in a pity party.
In the inaugural issue of a health magazine, which is dedicated to consumers with education supporting safe and healthy living; one article title grabbed my attention: Obesity Epidemic Confronting Our Youth.
While I agree child obesity is epidemic, the article title implies that obesity is a sinister monster lurking in the grocery store or the home environment diabolically grabbing innocent children; wrestling them to the ground and forcing junk food down their throats. Obesity is a family lifestyle – nothing more; nothing less. Children eat what their parents buy.
You might think radioactivity coming from a meltdown at a power plant or mushroom clouds spreads and kills faster than a cloud of fear coming from your mind that has forgotten the power source. Fear is a ‘lack attack.’ You fear the lack of something to meet the situation at hand. Your ego’s imagination takes a trip onto the ‘far side’, conjuring up a worst-cast scenario or maybe more than one. It plays out as a loud, unruly conversation in your head as if it has a life of its own.
Given enough time everyone will become aware that what they reflect on has a direct consequence in their lives. Unfortunately, few people are guided to do Self-Reflection and are bombarded from an early age by what they ‘should’ do. The result is that what they sometimes say they believe (their indoctrination) obscures what they truly believe.