"Use movies to pay attention to your mind, to pay attention to your thoughts. Mind training with movies is a way to heal the mind; to be free of all distortions and judgment. It can be intense at first, but it gives way to joy, and you open up more to lasting peace, happiness and contentment. Classics like 'Revolver' and 'The Truman Show' are masterful
Don’t miss this golden opportunity to truly grasp what Enlightenment is all about: letting go of false thoughts and beliefs, and opening up to the Perspective of forgiveness. The movie Revolver shows just that. Read the mini review of the best spiritual movies here on MWGE blog!
Emotion/Theme: Ego, Purpose, Pride, No Ripping of Symbols, Money, Superiority, Enlightenment, Defenselessness
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Movie Watcher’s Guide to Enlightenment – David Hoffmeister: If one can work a perceived upset down to the core decision, the belief in separation from God, and clearly discern the ego’s purpose unconcealed, one can laugh at the idea of ego. That is how peace of mind is reached. One sees what one is not, and what one is, gently returns to awareness. There is a scene that comes to