The online Movie Watcher’s Guide to Enlightenment offers you mini reviews of David Hoffmeister’s Top 10 best spiritual movies. Each movie review has key mind-watching themes for supporting your spiritual Awakening experience.
Read these mini reviews and open your mind to experiencing the best spiritual movies in a whole new way!
Top 10 Best Spiritual Movies #8: Lucy (mini review)
Themes: Awakening, Holy Relationship, Time, Mighty Companions, The Script is Written, Real Sight, Awareness of Dreaming, Enlightenment, Forgiveness
Who you are is from before time was. Time is a concept, made to measure and therefore “give reality” to man’s existence within an illusion. Matter is held together by thought, and the belief in (and the need for) a bodily identity.
All that is blocking the awareness of Self and total freedom are obstacles: beliefs and thoughts. At a certain point in the spiritual journey, all obstacles fall away—they can no longer be believed as real when there is awareness of Self, because “nothing real can be threatened;” who you are cannot die.
When Lucy (Scarlett Johansson) finds herself caught up in a drug trafficking nightmare, it appears to be the worst situation imaginable. A package of drugs is surgically implanted in her stomach and when they begin to leak, she experiences a transformation of consciousness that takes her all the way to total transcendence from human consciousness to pure awareness.
When she is ready to let it all go completely, she gives herself over to the experience, with no desire to hold on to anything of this world.
Top 10 Best Spiritual Movies #7: The Truman Show (mini review)
Themes: Self-concept, False Perception, Awareness of Dreaming, Metaphysical
The world was a show produced and directed by the ego. It employed many actors, used many sets and events on a time-loop, and depended on sales and labels and product placement to sustain itself. The show aimed at drama, repetitions, distractions, pretense, and ultimately resorted to fear to perpetuate itself. For being make-believe it had to be believed as real to seem to continue.
An insurance salesman/adjuster (Jim Carrey) discovers his entire life is actually a TV show.
Full reviews and mini movies with David Hoffmeister’s commentary are available to subscribers of the online Movie Watcher’s Guide to Enlightenment (MWGE). Keep an eye out for our upcoming blog with two new Top 10 best spiritual movies!
Learn more about David Hoffmeister and the Living Miracles Community at livingmiracles.org