Entries in documentary (2)


** Women's History is the best beauty tip

For real female power, put down your beauty magazines and read women’s history books!

Beauty, as defined by our society, is attainable through the right makeup, clothing or plastic surgery. While personal presentation is important, it’s not the avenue to true self-love or power. Knowing the depth of your soul and the truth of our cultural past IS.

Your personal investigation into ancient history will help you discover goddess-focused worship and women’s equal roles in society. You’ll learn that for tens of thousands of years, every society around the globe the Higher Power was considered Female. You’ll be amazed to know that for the most part, women-centered cultures, and cultures that were egalitarian (women and men were equal), were peaceful with little evidence of war. You’ll by shocked by the events that led to the downfall of Goddess and the overtaking of male-dominance.

This kind of mind and soul-expanding information will spark feelings of power and self-esteem that no makeup or designer fashion can provide.

Reading about history illuminates a dark corner of your soul that was shut down by centuries of conditioning. The events experienced by our ancient ancestors live in our DNA, and once light is shone upon it, you’ll begin to see – and feel – what womanhood is really all about. You’ll appreciate feminine qualities and principles more than ever. You'll GLOW with confidence and positive energy!

We are blessed to live at a time when this empowering information is at our fingertips. Counter what Madison Avenue tells you is beautiful with TRUE beauty that comes from knowledge.

The classics that opened my mind and rocked my world include:

When God was a Woman, by Merlin Stone
The Chalice and the Blade, by Riane Eisler
The Great Cosmic Mother, by Monica Sjoo and Barbara Mor
Language of the Goddess, by Marija Gimbutas
Passionate Enlightenment, by Maranda Shaw

And so many more!

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Happy Reading!



* No Evidence of Disease

When you combine rock ‘n roll band and female reproductive organs into a documentary film, what do you get? A loud message that is about to wake up the world and boost women’s empowerment.

Six GYN cancer surgeons create the band N.E.D. …

They take on the Big C with Rock ‘n’ Roll...

Their patients become N.E.D.’s most ardent fans...

Below-the-belt cancers and a below-the-radar cause enter the spotlight.

No Evidence of Disease, the words every patient dreams to hear, interweaves the harrowing experiences and remarkable courage of women, devoted families, and dedicated doctors. As music and medicine join forces in the fight for life, the surgeons are transformed into rising rock stars, and their patients and loved ones jump on the bandwagon, infusing the struggle for survival with heart, hope and Rock ‘n’ Roll.

Positive Energy Women of Los Angeles is bringing the award-winning film No Evidence of Disease to Los Angeles.   This one-time screening of No Evidence of Disease takes place at the Laemmle Music Hall Theater in Beverly Hills on Wednesday, September 25th at 7:30pm.

The film is being screened through Tugg.com, a platform that helps individuals and organizations to host screenings in their local theaters. Tickets are purchased in advance and are now available.

Purchase your ticket today!  Click here: http://www.tugg.com/events/5185

Click here to watch the movie trailer:  http://vimeo.com/57960109

You can learn more about No Evidence of Disease at http://nedthemovie.com/

No Evidence of Disease represents the work of a seasoned team. Emmy Award winning filmmaker Andrea Kalin directed the film. She founded Spark Media in 1989. Since its inception, the Washington, D.C-based company has specialized in making meaningful documentaries that build bridges between diverse cultures and perspectives. Spark Media strives to both inform and inspire audiences with stories that are compelling, entertaining and real. Spark’s stories connect people… one family, one community, one struggle at a time.

We're using this screening as an opportunity to raise funds for the Cancer Schmancer Foundation, created by actress and activist Fran Drescher. Fran is a 12-year survivor of gynecolic cancer.

See you at the movies!