NEW YORK, March 4 As the world continues to analyze the apology of Tiger Woods as well as the death of Michael Jackson, the global epic "Karma: The New Revolution" will explain the role Karma has played in both of these events. Furthermore, it will highlight how Karma Yoga has helped everyday individuals overcome cancer, crime and the credit crunch.
Filmed in over a dozen countries, the film will combine the teachings of Buddhism and Eastern philosophies with key aspects of Judeo-Christianity as well as wisdom from visionaries like Franklin, Einstein, Gandhi, Jung, Russell, Sagan, Nietzsche and their peers.
The film's Presenter and one of the only Buddhist-Brahmins in the West, Acharya Zen elaborates, "Although the word 'Karma' has become a part of the pop culture lexicon, few really understand all that it entails. In fact, Karma and Redemption go hand in hand and in Verse 173 of The Dhammapadas, the Buddha states that 'a person who makes amends for his mistakes can light up the world like the moon merging from the clouds'. This suggests that Tiger Woods can redeem himself by following the Buddha's last words 'Appo Deepo Bhava' or 'Be a lamp unto yourself'".
Acharya Zen adds, "Similarly, instead of merely mourning the death of the King of Pop, we should focus on the lessons we can learn from his life. The film will also discuss the heroic 'Karma mindset' embraced by our soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. In addition, the film will highlight the Karmic Law of Detachment which can cushion the Law of Attraction by cultivating contentment over craving in light of the recent recession."
"Karma: The New Revolution" will be released on March 15th and exclusive previews are available at www.RightKarma.net
Acharya Zen is one of the only Buddhist Brahmins from the West who hails from the distinguished lineage that authored and maintained most of the Buddhist and Hindu scriptures over the millennia. He uniquely combines Eastern spirituality with Western Motivational Speaking and can be visited at AcharyaZen.com and AcharyaZen.org.
SOURCE The Acharya Zen Organization