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Healing with the Rainbow Rays guest, filmmaker Ronna Prince

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Alijandra welcomes Ronna Prince to the show.

It's a matter of the heart.

That's the essence of Ronna Prince's powerful and inspiring documentary film Sacred Journey of the Heart that traces the role of the heart in connecting us to our higher selves, our spiritual essence, each other, the planet and the cosmic design. The heart is the single organ that not only creates a unified field among all people, but also creates a harmonic field with the earth itself.

The compelling films reveals how modern science is proving what ancient peoples have known all along: we are all connected - and that connection is the human heart. Featuring such luminaries and bestselling authors as Greg Braden, Joe Dispenza, Mary Morrissey, Colin Tipping, Sarah McLean, plus Dr. Rollin McCraty and Dr. Deborah Rozman of HeartMath, along with an array of other spiritual leaders, indigenous elders, and scientists, the film is designed to give listeners new tools to achieve a state of "heart centered balance," so they can create a peaceful state of connection in their own lives.

Prince set out to chronicle this core connection of the heart from a subjective vantage point, yet it was her own healing from childhood abuse that took place in the process and is now an integral aspect of the film, allowing the viewer to identify with someone who personally leads the way to "heart healing" on the individual level.

The beautifully rendered movie crisscrosses the world to bring forth the "heart" wisdom of native elders from many cultures-Mayan, Lakota, Inuit and more. It touches profoundly on how delving into our pain and hurt allows us to free our hearts for the deeper connection to self, mankind and the planet-to enable the heart centered balance that leads to a better life and a better world.


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