Film Review: Masquerades

Clustering around the fictitious wedding between young, sweet, and narcoleptic Rym (Sarah Reguieg) and “a certain William Vancooten,” Masquerades lampoons Berber village life in mountainous Algeria. Although many of the characters are cartoonish, the cast is convincing and possessing of an alchemical sense of timing and wit. Mounir (Lyès Salem), Read more…

Ageless Wisdom for a Changing World, or… How to Change the World the Toltec Way An Interview with Don Miguel Ruiz & Don Jose Ruiz

The Toltec Nation emerged some thousands of years ago throughout southern Mexico. A nation of scientists and artists, they lived in accordance with sacred, esoteric — yet universal — laws. In the ancient city of Teotihuacán (“place where man becomes God”), the naguals (masters) and apprentices transcended ordinary human consciousness Read more…