During the first part of his life, Zoran was a successful cinematographer and photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. After co-producing, co-directing and photographing the healing documentary, Think About It, Zoran started practicing the Zdenko Domancic method of Bioenergy Therapy. This incredibly successful modality of energy medicine and personal transformation was created over 30 years ago by Zdenko Domancic, the pre-eminent bioenergy healer in Europe. Hidden from the attention of the western media for decades, his method, being practiced at the impressive Domancic Bioenergy clinic in Slovenia, (the largest clinic of its kind in the world) is a phenomenon of documented and indisputable healing successes that has helped over a million people. Zoran has been entrusted personally, by Zdenko, to introduce this method to the US and today trained Domancic therapists are now helping clients, friends and family members across the country. Dividing his time between Europe and the USA, Zoran teaches and practices the Domancic method of Bioenergy Therapy and is committed to spreading the practice in its purest form. Zoran’s Bioenergy Therapy website is: www.HealingBioenergy.com Bridging’s website is www.HeavenToEarth.com Bridging’s International Healing Art Project website is www.HeavenToEarthArt.com
This award-winning PBS documentary tells the story of Ernesto, a teenage boy with two names, two identities, two families, and three nationalities – a story of love & loss, of adoption & family, of freedom & colonialism, of political prisoners & their children, and of growing up from boy to man. Ernesto, age 15, moves from Mexico to California to Puerto Rico, to get to know for the first time his biological mother Dylcia Pagan, who is a Puerto Rican activist serving a 55 year prison sentence for her political beliefs. The film was screened by the White House General Counsel and directly contributed to President Clinton’s act of clemency which freed Dylcia and 11 other Puerto Rican political prisoners. The film received nearly a dozen “best documentary” awards at film festivals, and was nominated by the DGA for Outstanding Documentary Directing.
Video Rating: 5 / 5