Who's Driving the Dreambus?
Film explores life's biggest questions.
When: Monday, Dec. 6, 2010, 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Where: Yoga Soup, 28 Parker Wy., Santa Barbara
Cost: $8 - $12
Age limit: 7+
Categories: Film Screening
Life is full of big questions: Who am I? Why am I here? Why is there suffering? Is there life after death? and - ultimately - the question we all try to find the answer to, How can I find happiness or peace of mind?
But what if that search for happiness was based on a huge misconception, a misconception that has been drummed into us since birth, that we are separate individuals?
In Who’s Driving the Dreambus? film makers Boris and Claire Jänsch go on a personal journey through a series of interviews with eminent spiritual teachers, philosophers and writers - in a quest to unravel what it means to be alive. This radical and challenging documentary ventures into the heart of the mystery of identity, flipping the idea of spiritual endeavour on its head, revealing a message so profound and yet so simple that it might just end the search.
Featuring Timothy Freke, Jeff Foster, Gangaji, Toni Packer, Tony Parsons, Amit Goswami, Genpo Roshi, and others.
Also, local scholar Timothy Conway will speak and answer questions after the film: Timothy Conway has deeply explored our nondual traditions for over 35 years, met many sages of Advaita (Nisarga datta, Ramana's direct disciples, Amma, et al.), and shared the nondual spiritual way here in Santa Barbara for 22 years in free satsangs and Adult Ed classes. See www.enlightened-spirituality.org.
Event posted Nov. 15, 2010
Last updated Nov. 15, 2010