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We don't often associate such films as "Jaws" or Clint Eastwood's "Fistfulof Dollars" with the spiritual quest, but Dean Sluyter does. There is much spiritual content found in movies and we can all name quite a few of these. However, Sluyter doesn't go for the obvious; rather he takes us on a metaphorical enlightenment journey through some surprising films. He is a master teacher helping us look with new eyes at films. He observes such details as how the wicked stepmother of Snow White has an addiction to her mirror, and sees herself as narrowly defined within its frame. He points out that the "central enlightenment teaching in most spaghetti westerns is that the bad guys are always agitated. They sweat a lot, literally. They are always upset and always caught in their passions. Whereas the hero, generally the Clint Eastwood character, is like the eye of the hurricane. He is super cool and what he personifies there is the way we would like to be in the midst of all the craziness and violence and challenges of daily life." Sluyter takes us through such films as "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves," "Jaws," the Marx brothers "A Night at the Opera," and more. He also tosses in some profound Buddhist wisdom along the way. (hosted by Michael Toms)
Dean Sluyter has taught natural methods of meditation and awakening throughout the United States and beyond since 1970. He’s taught at colleges, yoga studios, corporate offices, and maximum-security prisons. He’s known for his funny, down-to-earth style, and for making life-transforming teachings accessible and easy.
Dean Sluyter is the author of many books including:
To learn more about the work of Dean Sluyter go to www.deansluyter.com
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