Human behavioral specialist, Candace Silvers, journeys clients through Bali to experience the islands native healers, and becomes one of the first people to study, learn, and bring a Balinese healing modality, Siwa Murti, to the United States.
Expanding Possibility is a half hour documentary that explores what is possible in the realm of healing. American human behavioral specialist, Candace Silvers, journeys her clients through Bali, Indonesia, where the group gets to experience the islands native healers.
Ms. Silvers has been traveling to Bali for several years and on this particular trip she challenges herself to learn a specific Balinese healing modality, Siwa Murti, from healer Jero Mangku Made Subagia, who she refers to as ‘Teacher Man.’ Through-out the 30 minutes the audience gets a glimpse into what some of these clients get to receive from working on high blood pressure, to eye sight, to body image and how Ms. Silvers and the healers work together to create outer physical changes as well as internal.
All the while Ms. Silvers is learning a new healing technique and going through the physical, emotional, and mental challenges that entails. Ms. Silvers gets to practice her newly learned technique at a special gathering of hundreds of Balinese referred to as a “Social”. Teacher Man shortly after gives Candace permission to be the leader of Siwa Murti in America, encouraging her to heal through this technique in Los Angeles where Ms. Silvers is based, making her the first person to successfully bring this new modality to the U.S.
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