Spiritual warriors

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'Spiritual Warriors' DVD Spiritual Warriors is an exciting, suspenseful yet heartfelt film that delivers the message, 'Every life has a purpose'. These simple yet powerful words come from the book that inspired the film, Spiritual Warrior:

The Art of Spiritual Living, by John-Roger, DSS.

Through a dynamic journey into the spiritual battlegrounds within ourselves, John-Roger, DSS's timely message for living a spiritual life comes brilliantly alive on the big screen. Co-written and co-produced by John-Roger, DSS and Jsu Garcia, Spiritual Warriors presents the truth of our spiritual nature in a dazzling, entertaining and deeply fulfilling epic drama.

Directed by David Raynr and filmed on location in Egypt and throughout the United States, Spiritual Warriors takes us from a heart-pounding opening scene to a surprising, provocative ending. Along the way, we join Finn (Jsu Garcia) in his adventure discovering himself and his life's purpose as a Spiritual Warrior.

We rally with Finn, an out-of-work actor, through his harrowing escape from a drug deal gone bad into his unexpected, intriguing friendship with Roger (Robert Easton), a compelling and patient spiritual teacher. Through his many challenges and the steady support of Roger, Finn comes face to face with the truth of his spiritual nature and the purpose of his life --- to love.

In Spiritual Warriors, we learn that love is the source of our inspiration, motivation and success, that love overcomes all.

We come to understand the dedication to living from our spiritual heart.

A truly satisfying film, Spiritual Warriors inspires the Spiritual Warrior within us all as we discover that we are the ones we have been looking for. Spiritual Warriors is a masterful work of art and love, a glorious and timely journey of the Spirit. A unique, provocative film, Spiritual Warriors offers a profoundly beneficial message for healing and peace within ourselves and the world.

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Film By scott j-r production
Starring No
Running Time 99 mins
Year 2008
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