Saturday, March 26, 2005

What The Bleep Do We Know?

I just experienced a couple of the most profound hours of my entire life. I refer to the time I spent with this movie - "What The Bleep Do We Know" - as "experienced" rather than watched because it delved into the deepest aspects of human nature, involving me as an active participant in such a way that referring to it as a "movie" just doesn't do it justice. I wish I could describe the depth and intensity of this film, but honestly words fail me. It presented such an astounding and wonderfully hopeful prospect of the capacity for a truly enlightened life - I am at a loss to reduce it to mere words. I do know that as the film progressed, I felt such a sense of hope and connection with the universe, and nothing short of sheer wonder and awe at the incredible beings we have the potential to become and the power we have to change our lives and the universe for the better simply by changing the way we think.

More indepth information about the film can be found Here

Detailed information about Dr. Masaru Emoto's astonishing research on water crystals can be found Here

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