Some people leave an indelible imprint on the history of mankind. Cynthia Lucas helped capture the life of peace activist Mahatma Ghandi as a reminder of what can be, in a time when we desperately need such a reminder.
Cynthia Lukas—CO-PRODUCER is a film producer, writer and lecturer of transformative films that educate and inspire.
She and Director-Co-Producer Kell Kearns created the non-profit educational media organization, Heaven on Earth Creations, in 2004.
They have co-produced six acclaimed documentaries about humanity's oneness and nonviolence, such as the acclaimed PBS Biography of the great Sufi poet, RUMI RETURNING (2007).
Their 7TH AND 8TH are GANDHI'S GIFT and GANDHI’S AWAKENING, to be broadcast by American Public Television on PBS. These are the first major films about Gandhi made in the U.S.
Cynthia began her career as a college English professor and print journalist. She was a two-term City Councilwoman in Scottsdale, Arizona. Now Cynthia lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.
She loves to present these films around the world, such as at the UNESCO Universal Forum of Cultures (Monterrey), World Peace Festival (Berlin), University of Kwa-Zulu Natal (Durban), St. Ethelburgas Centre of Peace and Reconciliation (London), National Cathedral (Washington, D. C.), Parliament of World’s Religions (Salt Lake City), Spiritual Living Convention (New Orleans), etc.
After a recent program of GANDHI’S GIFT, an audience member offered: “While I have been a fan of Gandhi for many years, watching GANDHI’S GIFT and listening to you speak sparked a new interest for this great man in me. I want you to know that I enjoyed your question and answer period after the film, as much as the film itself."
Listen to Cynthia Lucas explaining the heritage of Mahatma Ghandi on The Elsabe Smit Show on 24th December 2017 at 4pm on this link: https://www.facebook.com/AskElsabeSmit/videos
A link to the recorded show will be posted here after the show. If you cannot connect on the live show, diarize the date and come back later to watch the recording on Youtube.
Do you believe that a new beginning means leaving your past behind you? That is not the case.
You take your entire past with you into your new beginning. The question is not whether, but how you deal with your past.
Will you have doubts? Yes, of course. Again, how do you deal with the doubts? Because if you don't ackowledge the doubts, they will grow and set you back.
Elsabe Smit and her friends from the Pleiades give some advice on The Elsabe Smit Show on 12th November 2017 at 4pm on this link: https://www.facebook.com/AskElsabeSmit/videos
Here is the link to the recorded show on Youtube
The world as we knew it no longer exists.
The political landscape is changing daily and we cannot always keep track. The more politicians mess up and take their own direction, the more we are required to take responsibility for our own lives.
It is easy to feel out of control and directionless. Our bodies react to the insecurity with all sorts of dis-eases related to fear and anxiety. At the same time medical resources are limited.
We all know that "things are happening" and we need to keep going. But how? Where do we find any security?
Elsabe will give some direction that will help you cope day to day, and carve out a future for you in this new world.
Tune in to The Elsabe Smit Show on Sunday 16th April at 6 pm GMT using this link: https://www.facebook.com/AskElsabeSmit/videos
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A DIFFERENT TIME. ALL OTHER SHOWS WILL BE ON A SUNDAY AT 4 PM GMT.
The show covers a range of topics related to the creation process, from becoming aware of your destiny, through shaping your thoughts and actions, to learning the wisdom from your experiences and practising forgiveness.
Here is a link to the recording of the show on YouTube.
I am struggling to get joy out of my life at the moment. I seem to be dealing with the same things over and over – unemployment, no interviews, lack of money, relationship stuff, other people’s nonsense and so on.
I find myself often dwelling on past moments to escape my present. Many things can trigger these nostalgic moments, for example the first snowfall makes me long for simpler times, or autumn reminds me of my school days and the comfortable times of no worries.
How do I inspire myself amongst all these present negatives without wanting to go back to what I no longer have?