(Seattle, WA)  September 21, 2009 – Stress is inevitable, those who invest time to rejuvenate will have a better sense of well being and overall health.  Living Temples is a 45 minute relaxation experience that revives and promotes emotional, physical and spiritual healing. 


Living Temples is ambient art, a field trip for the soul that takes viewers to mystical places in Arizona and the American Southwest.   It’s where cutting-edge artistry, ancient wisdom and quantum physics merge. Two-time Emmy Award winning director Jan Nickman, www.jannickman.com  Academy Award winning actor Linda Hunt and Grammy nominated composer David Lanz turn home entertainment centers into healing centers.  A year in the making, Living Temples – Sacred Land is garnering the attention of leading health and wellness experts as nothing short of  “a transcendent healing experience,” -Barry Bittman, MD, neurologist, researcher.


Soon after its release, Living Temples – Sacred Land began receiving reviews from MD’s and wellness professionals, quantifying it as a healing experience.  PhD and best-selling author of the Biology of Belief, Bruce H. Lipton describes the significance of Living Temples- Sacred Land:  “Living Temples’ synergy of natural planetary beauty, deeply resonant music and contemplative spoken word strikes a rare chord that re-balances and heals mind and body.” 


When asked about the making of Living Temples – Sacred Land, Nickman explains, “It is primarily an “experiential” film.  It is not a nature documentary, nor a story with a plot.  It is a unique third form of expression using music more than words as the language.”  Employing world class Hollywood production talent, a significant budget and a year in active production to create a distinctly non-Hollywood film, Nickman and crew knew if they all did their jobs right, they would create a revolutionary film that moved audiences beyond the discussion of healing, as so many successful books and television shows have done and into the actual experience of it.


Available on high definition Blu-ray disc $24.95, standard DVD $19.95 and online download $10.00 at www.thirdplanetproductions.com  Interviews, trailers and photos available upon request.



David Simon M.D, Medical Director, CEO and co-founder of the Chopra Center for Wellbeing, returns to his beloved hometown Chicago to speak about his new book “Free to Love, Free to Heal.”  An Evening with David Simon M.D, is being held on Wednesday, May 27, 2009 at the Sofitel O’Hare from 7:00-9:00 PM. Dr Simon is a graduate of the University of Chicago Medical School and a board certified neurologist, as well as an expert in the use and effectiveness of holistic healing practices.

In his work as an author and teacher, Dr Simon explores the strong link between emotional and physical health and healing, lecturing at Harvard Medical School, Tufts and Tulane University among others. 

Dr Simon has been called inspiring, witty, thought provoking and heart-opening by many of his audiences. A question and answer session and a book-signing will follow his talk. 

Dr. Simon’s message in his newest book is that it is necessary to identify and release the life-damaging beliefs and painful memories which can contribute to anxiety and stress, addictive behaviors, pain and fibromyalgia, depression, obesity, and chronic fatigue syndrome as well as other physical, mental and emotional illnesses. 

The Sofitel O’Hare is located at 5550 N. River Rd. Rosemont, IL 60018. Tickets are limited and are on sale now for $39 (includes a copy of Free to Love, Free to Heal) or $25 (admission only).

The event is sponsored by Veria Wellness Centers  www.veria.com with their Lincoln Park location at 2010 N Halsted Avenue Chicago, IL 60614.

Buy tickets now online @: www.hhdirectory.com.  OR call 623/518-6500.


We first spoke to Bryan Reeves, manager of the band Here II Here last August. We talked about representing them back then. Over a year had past and we spoke again mid-August and we knew it was time to collaborate. I was in Boston before I knew it and I was sitting in front of these inspiring, gifted souls.
From the time I touched down til the time I took off it was a whirlwind 24 hour visit, but it was worth it. And next time we’ll see them in Phoenix!
When I met them they were very present and heart-opening. They came on stage and stood before the audience and connected on a deep level. It was a beautiful way for a band to greet their audience. This band is known for conscious pop, its a new genre that they are pioneering. We are excited about the opportunity to represent this fine group.
It was such a treat, they were so electric. People were getting up and dancing. This band has the ability to heal. It won’t be long before they are a household name.
Here II Here is coming to the Phoenix market in November. Cant wait for family, friends, and the CloudNine Team to meet them! Stay tuned and see their website for their upcoming dates. We are blessed to share their music.

© Here II Here
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