Vihangam Yoga

Vihangam” literally means “bird”. Just as a bird leaves its base on the earth to fly high in the sky, so does Vihangam Yoga enable the human Soul (Atma) to cut off its moorings in the Prakriti(phenomenal world) and realize its true and free nature.”

“In Vihangam Yoga the mind is lifted to its source, the Akshara Brahma where it is permanently quietened, just like a river losing its identity in the ocean. Once the soul is freed from bondage of the mind, it realises its true nature and stops identifying itself with the human body. In fact, the soul then acts as the master and guides the mind and the body in the way it likes. Having realised the futility of worldly pleasures, derived through the sense organs and their objects, it soars higher in search of the Absolute Bliss (Paramananda). It is then only that the real meditation of Vihangam Yoga starts, terminating in Samādhi, the ultimate aim of Yoga of meeting with the Supreme Soul. In this state the soul has attained liberation while residing in the body itself (Jivanmukti).”
from Wikipedia on Vihangam Yoga

The Interviewer – Genevieve Clay-Smith & Robin Bryan

‘Thomas Howell gets more than he bargained for at an interview at a prestigious law firm. An insult about his tie, a rendition of Harry Potter, and the chance to change the lives of a father and son.’

So far The Interviewer has won 30 international awards and screened at over 40 international film festivals. Bringing messages of social inclusion to audiences all over the world.

The inclusive film ‘The Interviewer’ made in 2012 saw 12 people with an intellectual disability from Bus Stop Films gain work experience and mentorship on set and, they also helped conceive and develop the film through workshops. Subsequently these students have represented the film at numerous high profile Australian film festivals including Flickerfest, the Human Rights and Arts Film Festival, Short Shorts Film Festival, St Kilda Film Festival, WOW film festival and the Gympie Heart of Gold Film Festival.

My Ex-Boyfriends by Soko

This is Soko:

This woman’s personality, innocence, childishness and surreality resonates so beautifully with all that I feel deep inside.

From My Ex-Boyfriends:

“No, you don’t even deserve to have your name in a crap song
So i wont say your names…

“The name of number two
Started with a K
It should have started with a C
But he thought K was cooler”