Best Spiritual Movies with Children ~ Mini Review
Emotion/Theme: Loneliness, Separation, Inspiration, Power of Thought, Isolation, Clinging to One Step, Teacher of God, Letting go of Specialness, Discover True Identity
Genre: Adventure, Animation
Mini Review: When we see that we can manifest what we want in the world, we feel a glimmering of the freedom that our power of mind offers. But we also fear that power, because we fear that we could hurt others with it. We wear masks in the world, play small, and forget our magnitude, all for fear of doing damage. After singing the empowering song “Let it Go,” Queen Elsa still chose to be alone.
Call upon the holy instant with all your heart’s desire to see that you could never have misused the power. That you desired something in the world did not change the truth of who you are. God would not give you a power that could be misused.
Olaf the snowman symbolizes staying in the joy of love. He takes the steps presented by Spirit, not knowing what is going to happen in the future, and fully accepts that.
The strength of Jesus lies in being innocent and strong in the truth, not lifting a finger to try to change anything in the world. "I know who I am and I’m not going to defend or protect anything." That is true strength; it needs no protection.
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