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Coming this September: Sun Valley Spiritual Film Festival in beautiful Sun Valley, Idaho.

Artists, thinkers, speakers and spiritual leaders invite you to “see the world through ideas” in a broad selection of spiritual films from around the world. Explore cultural applications of spirituality as well as new thoughts, ideas and pathways to personal awareness. If the video below is any indication of quality, the Sun Valley Spiritual Film Festival will be a visual feast!

Jim Walsh, the CEO of HESA Institute and the CEO of Intentional Chocolate, is one of the speakers at this year’s Sun Valley Spiritual Film Festival. Walsh will present the short film, “Cracking the Cosmic Egg” which he describes as being the new frontier in human energy systems where science, spirituality and nutrition all combine to provide maximum health benefits for mankind. Here is a bio of Walsh from the site:

Jim Walsh brings to HESA his extensive knowledge of nutrition and science and his entrepreneurial skills to the unique challenge of unlocking the mysteries of the Human Energy System. Considered one of the world’s leading experts on food, he is widely published and quoted in newspapers, journals, TV and radio. Walsh also serves as Chairman of the Board of Hawaiian Vintage Chocolate since 1992 and Intentional Chocolate since 2007. He serves on the Advisory Boards of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Spirituality and Wellness At The Chicago Theological Seminary and the Center for Creating Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin. He is a member and co-founder of the Badger Angel Capital Network (BACN) assisting the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation and the University of Wisconsin in technology transfer and business start-ups. Walsh’s involvements are dedicated to the single objective of creating products that nourish both body and spirit to improve the quality of life for all beings.

At the Sun Valley Spiritual Film Festival, Walsh will be offering free samples of intentional chocolate. A rich, dark chocolate which has been meditated over and imbued with good thoughts, prayers and blessings. Following the link above will lead you to the Intentional Chocolate website, and a wealth of further information.  If you are intrigued you may also want to visit Walsh’s blog: Intentional Chocolate.

I am very much interested in hearing what you think of this.  Please share your thoughts.

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    1. Tilden, the scientist in my house thinks that has to be it. In fact, this morning he told me, “Just delite that and forget it exists.” And of course I said, “Are you kidding, I have to read this!”

  1. Okay, back from reading a few articles… and I say, hand over the dark chocolate! Please!! One thing I do like about dark (vs. milk, etc.) chocolate is it takes care of my craving without making me want more and more and more. I have been unable to O.D. on dark chocolate. This is a good thing. 😛
    .-= kcinnova´s last blog ..Tree of Desire =-.

    1. Karen — dark chocolate has long been touted as good for us. Prayer has proven to be good for us. So chocolate and prayer together certainly can’t be bad for us, right?

    1. Melli — it isn’t necessarily “Christian” prayer. It is a purposeful mediating of good wishes. Walsh claims that the reason you momma’s cooking is so much better than anybody else’s, is because she made it with loving and good thoughts specifically for YOU. Okay, if I buy that statement, then how can I buy the “We meditate good thoughts into our chocolate in just the same way” statement when they don’t know who is going to buy the chocolates and most likely weren’t thinking specifically and lovingly of them?

      However, I wouldn’t be adverse to trying his chocolate. I am certain, as he claims, it will improve my mood. Chocolate always does. Oh — and it stimulates the same endorphins as good sex.

    1. Susan — I was born and raised in the most beautiful place on Earth — Northern Idaho. I am from the land of ice cold lakes, blue skies and towering green mountains. The area we are moving to is close and has a very similar landscape. My soul is looking forward to it.

      Have you heard of Hemmingway? 😉 He was from Sun Valley, Idaho.

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