Announcing a series of screenings of Women & Enlightenment and a special full-day event about Women & Enlightenment. Join filmmakers Joel and Alia Lesko at one of these Bay Area screenings to watch the film and be part of a discussion of how non-dual enlightenment is now available through an...
"The personal emotional you is the doorway to enlightenment, not the obstacle."
Bright Age Films is dedicated to telling stories that explore new avenues of consciousness and inspire new conversations about spirituality. We are long-time spiritual practitioners, former seekers, and intrepid filmmakers. The films we make come out of our personal experience, reflecting on the ways we were seekers of enlightenment, and then asking questions that can help bring new perspectives to
Women & Enlightenment: The Shift to the Divine Yin
Women & Enlightenment is our latest documentary. This film consists of interviews with leading spiritual teachers, Venna Rahlston Bosma and Brie Ehret Barron, who explain from their own experience, how the world is shifting from a yang, will-based orientation, to a yin, love-based embodiment. The film also draws on the personal experience of five other women who each went through their own enlightenment event in the last 2+ years since the shift of December 21, 2012. What was the shift? Well, it wasn't the end of the physical world, as some psychics predicted. It was the end of an era of human consciousness and has important consequences for spirituality. This film is a must-see for all seekers and practitioners.
We are screening the film in the Bay Area in March and April. More information here with full list of the screenings, and more information about a special full-day seminar, Women & Enlightenment: Shifting from Yang Will to Yin Love in both Women and Men, with Venna and Brie, and the other women who've enlightened since December 21, 2012 and are featured in the film on April 25th.
Preview or Rent Tears of the Buddha
Our first film was Tears of the Buddha: Spirituality & Emotions. Tears explores the spiritual path through the lens of emotion. Director Joel Lesko interviews modern Buddhistic, non-dual oriented teachers to find out how their teachings apply in daily life - are emotions an impediment to spiritual growth? What about so-called unspiritual emotions like anger and hate? Do emotions trap a seeker in the personal self?