MXPlayer is one of the best video player for Android devices. It supports high definition videos and streaming. Thus, you can fully enjoy your experience. But did you know that there is a new feature added by MXPlayer? Good news for TV users as they can already use MXPlayer via Chromecast.
So, if you want to know how to set up your devices, this article is right for you. We will give you the step-by-step process on how to connect your devices to your television in order to use MXPlayer. So, what are you waiting for? Check out the guide below.
Connect MXPlayer Chromecast
Now, you may stream videos using MXPlayer on your television with the help of Chromecast. If you’re using Android, you may download mx player apk and have it installed on your mobile device. So, without further ado, follow the steps below to proceed.
First off, connect your Chromecast device to the HDMI port of your TV then plug in the power cable.
Now, install Localcast app on your mobile device. Launch it once installation is done. You can choose between the free and premium version of the application.
On the main interface of the program, you will find a WiFi-like icon button. Tap on it to enter the detection mode.
Connect your device to the nearby Chromecast signal which is your television. Make sure that you connect to the right Chromecast.
After that, select the video that you want to watch. It can be online videos or locally saved ones—doesn’t matter because it is supported by MXPlayer.
On your video player, you will find a share button. Tap on it then choose Localcast from the options.
Finally, select the device onto which you will cast your video.
And that’s how easy it is to use MXPlayer for Chromecast!
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The Princess of Dan is anything but your average novel. Author Nechama Burgeman has created a unique narrative by setting the stage for two women living in different time periods to connect as they embark on a journey of personal and collective growth. The Princess of Dan tells the story of many women who came of age in the 60’s and 70’s while introducing readers to a Jewish woman living during a future time in history, when the Third Temple has been built. Beautiful reproductions of paintings by the author accompany readers throughout the journey.
We share with you here the fascinating discussion we had with Nechama Burgeman about the ideas behind The Princess of Dan and the author’s personal experience writing it.
How biographical is this book?
There is a lot of autobiographical material in The Princess of Dan, but it is combined with the lives of many other women I know or have known. This includes friends as well as clients who have shared their lives through the inner work of the spiritual therapy that was developed as a result of my books. The point is to learn and teach through real life experiences rather than to have accurate facts about any one person’s life. As we see in The Princess of Dan, the details of our stories become irrelevant as we together shift our identity to essence, the common point of our collective soul. My life is quite parallel to Sarah’s which is obvious to anyone who knows me personally. I was brought up in a loving home in America and from my quite idyllic and privileged background I received the strength to follow the passionate searching of my soul. Sarah is quite likeable and I recognize the emergence of her character as a reflection of a healing process, a gift I received as I wrote the book.
Sarah and her friends grew up in the ’60’s and ‘70’s. After many personal travails, especially concerning relationships with men, they meet in Israel and are guided by teachers of Kabbalah and Chassidut. Many of these teachers truly live their wisdom. However, The Princess of Dan also addresses the human struggle within our striving to reach our deepest potential. For this reason I believe the reader can relate and identify with the story and at the same time be encouraged to share a collective vision of redemption.
How were you able to create the life of the
people who were living during the times of Third Temple? How did you project
how things would be?
Danya and her generation who live during the time of the Third
Temple, were birthed from a shared vision and passion for realizing our beliefs
which are based on the teachings. The characters sprung out from my personal
imagination, fantasies and a life I longed for while striving to embrace
and be grateful for life as it exists now in this time dimension. The lives in
Danya’s generation are based on many teachings which I felt needed to be
translated from belief to actuality. I want the Redemption to become more and
more believable. This is my humble contribution to humanity’s long awaited
dream, gleaned from our source teachings.
How does this book connect to your earlier
books? Is there a theme that unites your work?
This book definitely evolves from my first two books. The Kabbalistic teachings of my first books merge with real life and guide Sarah and her friends to realize their deeper identities as women of the twelve tribes of Israel. While writing the Twelve Dimensions of Israel, my soul was deeply aroused by the research and writing of the tribe of Dan. I once again followed my calling and trusted it. Especially since, at the time, I thought it would be “better” to be from the tribe of Yehudah, the tribe of kings and queens. The humbling effect of this process of a deeper teshuva, accepting myself on a deeper level has been rewarding and inspiring, resulting in The Princess of Dan.
Do you think women authors write differently
than men? Do you speak differently to your readers?
I think a feminine way of writing is to expose oneself more on a feeling and experiential level. In that vein, The Princess of Dan is perhaps the most feminine of my books. There are some male authors who are very in tune with their feminine side and some female authors who emphasize their intellectual, or masculine side. As a writer matures, both sides become more and more integrated and balanced.
To learn more about The Princess of Dan, click here.