Master and The Green-Eyed Hope

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Johanna Kern - filmmaker/multiple award winning author, tells her story of an unusual encounter with the Master whom she met while spontaneously falling into trance one day. Filled with fun “scenes” from the Ancient Temple and stories from the filmmaker’s life, this book entertains while exploring the Master’s unique approach to psychology, self-development, quantum physics, philosophy & religion. More

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About Johanna Kern

Johanna Kern, a film director /producer /writer, has been living the most unique life for many years. Following an unusual event which has turned her professional and personal life upside down, for many years now she has been counselling people regarding health, spirituality, emotional problems, family issues, relationships, death, life and career paths.

As a filmmaker, Johanna Kern is recognized for her unique directing style, and her vision that captivates broad audiences and draws exceptional professionals to her productions. Her recent fantasy/mystery/adventure feature film, “Shadowland, The Legend” (2012) explores the topics of creating one’s own destiny, and the ways of dealing with personal and global Shadows.

Over the years, Johanna has made a number of dramatic short films including the critically acclaimed short “Cherries for Brian”. (Several of her short films can be watched FREE on youtube – simply type “Johanna Kern” in the search box.)

Johanna has also written seven feature film screenplays and worked as a producer/director on a number of television commercials and music videos. Additionally, she has produced, written and directed two musicals for the stage (with large casts of more than 300 actors), and founded Kid Stage, an acting school for young performers.

She was also the founder and executive director of Fantasy Worldwide Film Festival (2005-2007) – reaching six million people all over the world in its first year, thanks to widespread media coverage from many popular television, radio and newspaper outlets. The festival held some of the first public screenings of such films as “The Secret”, “Future by Design” (featuring the visionary scientist Jacque Fresco), “Whale Dreamers” (a Julian Lennon production) and other significant works contributing to humanity and its evolution – in the genres of World Mythology, Mysticism, Magical Realism, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Legend & Archetype.

She holds an honors degree in Applied Arts/Film from Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, and previously studied theatre and fine arts in Europe.

Through many years of counseling and helping people, Johanna has learned how greatly the knowledge that she shared with them has improved and changed their lives. Responding to many requests, she wrote “Master and The Green-Eyed Hope”, a detailed recollection of her unusual adventure and the Master Teachings.

She continues to share the knowledge on the blog “The Chamber of 7 Powers”, where readers can contact Johanna, as well as comment on the topics and ask questions.


Review by: Blomman on March 01, 2013 :
"Master and the Green-Eyed Hope" is not only a true page-turner but also a life-changer... Superb writing and inspiration ! When I was reading this book I felt as if suddenly my eyes opened. Something happened inside me and made all the difference in the world. The wisdom sinks in you, sort of "on its own", and you are never the same. You are wiser, better, happier and you can find out what your purpose is. Thanks to this book my life became an amazing adventure filled with happiness, day after day. I wish all my friends could read it. Thank you Johanna Kern.
(reviewed 7 months after purchase)

Review by: Patrick Kwasek on July 30, 2012 :
Wonderful book, sucks the reader and holds them until the last page. One of the most interesting stories I've read, with snippets of humor to spice things up. Coming out of the story, I, myself, have come out a new person.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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