- Bombarded daily with missiles of gloom, my optimism had
been wounded....sometimes, I thought, mortally. I looked at the stranglehold
that the elite has on the minds of the populace through media control and
government lies and I wondered HOW could this situation ever change?
- I recalled the time when I was always advising friends
and clients to look at the "larger picture." Had I myopically
cropped it out? I tried to recall the books, lectures, workshops and even
mystical experiences that were such a great part of the past 25 years.
I had hushed my inner knowing to the point where it figured I was a poor
audience and had grown silent. As a result, I had gotten pulled into a
melodrama of defeat and despair. The world spun chaotically and the illusion
became my reality while any talk of a universe of unlimited potential,
infinite possibilities and pure potentiality, became my illusion. I fell
deeper into the dream. What had become of what I'd euphemistically referred
to as my "spiritual search?" A sort of amnesia had begun to envelope
- And yet, there were moments when a still small voice
within whispered to remind me of the Judy who had not always been pessimistic
about the future of mankind. It was this small voice that spoke to me last
weekend and urged me to see a movie called "What the Bleep Do We Know?"
It was as if the truth doctor had analyzed my condition and found that
a short trip to the city would set me on the road to recovery.
- "What the Bleep Do We Know?" is a film about
consciousness. It is a film about the nature of reality. It is a film in
which science and religion, an unlikely couple for sure, walk hand in hand
down the same path. It is a film that draws upon quantum physics, multi-dimensional
visual effects, a dramatic story line, animation and interviews with leading
scientists and mystics. It is a film that everyone should see.
- Amanda, played by Marlee Matlin, is a divorced photographer,
She leads a rather uneventful life. But her three dimensional world is
merely the myopic cropped picture. It hides us from another reality. Behind
and under this limited vision, lies a world of the unseen where everything
is alive and anything is possible. This is a world that is fluid and unlimited.
This is the quantum world of pure potentiality. Sadly, our conditioning
has blinded us to this world and its effects on three dimensional reality.
The movie uses the interviews with the mystics and scientists as well as
the special effects to explore how we do indeed create our reality. Is
this a documentary being illustrated by Amanda's story or is it a movie
about Amanda's life which is being analyzed by some of the great minds
of today. It matters not. The message is clear.
- Masaru Emoto, an internationally renowned Japanese scientist,
discovered that molecules of water are affected by our thoughts, words
and feelings. In his book, The Hidden Messages in Water, which is mentioned
in the film, Dr. Emoto demonstrates the healing power of such emotions
as love and gratitude. Since humans and the earth are composed mostly of
water, we affect one another with our thoughts and feelings. Dr. Emoto's
message is an important one because it demonstrates a practical plan for
both personal and planetary growth.
- As I watched the film "What The Bleep Do We Know?"
I became aware of a birthing process. I was giving birth to a new me and
yet a me as timeless as the wisdom in the film. I was reclaiming my optimism,
knowing that my every thought and my every action was creating not only
my reality but contributing to the collective consciousness that will change
- Judy Andreas can be reached at JUDE10901@AOL.com
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