With the assistance of Master Videographer, Robert Parish, we are able to present to you a story. The story is told in short videos and captures the essence of Torch Time Tales.

 

Each is interwoven with the lesson.

With the assistance of Master Videographer, Robert Parish, we are able to present to you a story. The story is told in short videos and captures the essence of Torch Time Tales.

 

Each is interwoven with the lesson.

The Story of Torch Time Tales  Page 2

The Story of Torch Time Tales - Page 2

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See the Light Be the Light


A three-part instructive reminder to share with others and those in need: see the light, be the light and remember to pass the torch before you go, from Torch Time Tales creator Joni Whitmore, suggesting it may be one of the greatest gifts we can give one another. Music by Dani Tanzella.


 

Producer:               Robert Parish, Write Field Features, 6.16.2021             Length • :58 minute

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Break On Through


Breakthroughs in human understanding as pathways to self-realization; the key to moving trajectory and multipliers in human potentiality, says Torch Time Tales creator Joni Whitmore. Referring to Sakyamuni Buddha suggests when we are able to come together as one, in that place within us all he called our True Law nature, everyone benefits. With original music by Dani Tanzella.


 

Producer:               Robert Parish, Write Field Features, 6.17.2021             Length • 2:12 minutes

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John Ireland


Torch Time Tales creator Joni Whitmore sheds light on passing the torch; shares story of work with John Ireland, directed to her after lifetime attempting peace of mind. The author remembers the gift of awareness he provided, revealing elements of his early religious training and the ongoing issues it caused. Original music by Dani Tanzella.


 

Producer:               Robert Parish, Write Field Features, 6.17.2021             Length • 2:27 minutes

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With Fresh Eyes


Creator Joni Whitmore reflects how each generation affects those to come. The true ancestral and spiritual histories revealed in Torch Time Tales, with synchronicities and parallels to the present, paint a universal story. This perspective allows us to examine reality as we understand it, with fresh eyes. Original music by composer Dani Tanzella.


 

Producer:               Robert Parish, Write Field Features, 5.1.2021               Length •  1:53 minutes

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Aunt/Nephew Mind Meld


Author Joni Whitmore gives an overview of Torch Time Tales, drawing on 1,200 years of ancestral history, and 2,500 years of spiritual and global history, to reveal the universal patterns over time thru to the present in a manner meant to accelerate our understanding of where we’ve lost our path. Original music by Dani Tanzella.


 

Producer:               Robert Parish, Write Field Features, 6.16.2021             Length •   1:32 minutes

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Roadmap for the Mind


Torch Time Tales creator Joni Whitmore recounts a documentary on Einstein from childhood, wondering about a roadmap for the mind. Learning everyone has something to teach us, she continues to search. Twenty years later, the author describes knowing she found the roadmap she’d been looking for since childhood, prior to taking the book off the shelf. Original Music by Dani Tanzella


 

Producer:               Robert Parish, Write Field Features, 2021                      Length •   3:16 minutes

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Dad


A homeless teen responsible for his younger brother during the Great Depression, Torch Time Tales creator Joni Whitmore explains her father wasn’t wired like others. His rescue provided a window to Willamette University, where he meets Eloise Winn and her boyfriend Mark Hatfield. Original music by composer Dani Tanzella.


 

Producer:               Robert Parish, Write Field Features, 6.21.2021             Length •  2:18 minutes

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Seeds Plainly Seen


Author Joni Whitmore on Buddha’s rationale to preach on multiple levels: understanding the True Law will vary with developmental capacity. Joni suggests Torch Time Tales, without adult editorial supervision, would not be appropriate for younger children. The origins of the mature themes of civil rights, economic and social justice, relative to where we are now, are plain to see. Original music by John Bajowski.


 

Producer:               Robert Parish, Write Field Features, 2.11.2022             Length • 1:35 minutes

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Meditation Practice


Torch Time Tales creator Joni Whitmore suggests meditation is not difficult to learn, with benefits for young and old alike. When repeatedly asked how she does it all, Joni points to meditation as at least half her answer. Music by John Bajowski.

 


 

Producer:               Robert Parish, Write Field Features, 2.22.2022             Length • 1:28 minutes

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Stuff Happens


Joni Whitmore, author: we are more than we think ourselves to be and our own self-limiting factors.   Intro to the proposal for Baldwin Effect Enhanced: improves existing doctrine, with a focus on near-instantaneous change across disciplines. Exemplar Dr. Peter Baldwin’s efforts with patients psychologically stuck in behavioral patterns, aides near-instantaneous change. Whitmore shares a 2,500-year-old Sanskrit word and a transcendental moment. Original music by John Bajowski.


 

Producer:               Robert Parish, Write Field Features, 2.11.2022             Length • 2:03 minutes

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Perspective From a Stanford Historian


Independent researcher Diane Claerbout, describes being ‘blown away’ by how far back in time author Joni Whitmore was able to take her family history. She contrasts the sheer amount of detail gleaned from numerous sources, going beyond what most accomplish. This historian’s review left her impressed by the retelling of American history, with the involvement of the family’s ancestors, warts and all.  Original music by John Bajowski


 

Producer:              Robert Parish, Write Field Features, 2.09.2023               Length • 1.26 minutes

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Historian Suggests Torch Time Tales A Rare Find


Stanford historian Diane Claerbout’s review notes that while there is no whitewash in these tales, the amount of personal detail left her with the impression the author knew these ancestors. As a historian, she was surprised in more ways than one with the history revealed, as the author uncovers ancestors —  imprisoned Confederate soldiers, who were released if they agreed to fight for the Union, against Native Americans. Original music by John Bajowski.

Producer:              Robert Parish, Write Field Features, 2.09.2023               Length • 1.54 minutes