In addition to all of the inspirational consciousness shifting media on the website, here are direct feeds for the full length Journey to Lucidity movies for you to enjoy. Directed by Brendon Culliton.
Plot Synopsis: A young man awakens unexpectedly under a tree to find himself in the midst of a magical dream-like festival full of artists, musicians, celebration, meditation, knowledge, and other yet to be explored mysteries and characters. Given a gift of a single pinecone from the mother goddess he sets out on his quest to learn more about it, himself, and the universe.
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(Playlist also includes links to other full length movies, including Three Days of Light, and Journey to the West.)
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