Enjoy these new mini reviews of David Hoffmeister’s Top 10 best spiritual movies on the online Movie Watcher’s Guide to Enlightenment (MWGE)! This week: the movies Peaceful Warrior at number 4 and The Island at number 3. Use the key mind-watching themes to support your spiritual Awakening experience while watching these great movies.
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Top 10 Best Spiritual Movies #4: Peaceful Warrior (mini review)
Themes: Mind Training, Purpose, Present Moment, No Competition, Teacher/Student, Assignment, Vigilance, No Ripping of Symbols, Letting go of form,
A brilliant movie about Dan Millman, a young man who meets an unlikely spiritual guide and goes through a rapid awakening that involves facing and releasing the ego while turning to the inner strength and focus that is found in the present moment. This movie is a masterpiece in showing where true healing lies and that all sickness is judgment and faulty perception. Enjoy the simplicity and strength of living with one purpose.
Top 10 Best Spiritual Movies #3: The Island (mini review)
Themes: Join in Purpose, Metaphysical, Discover True Identity, Injustice, Deception, Perfectionism, Finding Purpose, Following, Awakening
The Island is a fantastic metaphysical movie, showing the awakening process right through from being in a deceived, conforming state to realizing that what was considered to be life was not really life at all. A society of men and women who are deceived from birth need to discover their true identity in this sci-fi action.
The movie shows the ego’s temptation to go off and build a safe haven, and the Spirit’s call to extend love to everyone by going deep into the mind, and flicking “the master switch” that dismantles the ego’s illusion entirely, allowing the light to shine through and free everyone.
Stay tuned for our last blog with David Hoffmeister’s Top 10 best spiritual movies numbers 2 and 1!