Genres: Drama

Healing involves change. What initially appears as a tragedy is often the beginning of a deep journey of transformation.
Have you had enough of the game yet? You entered it voluntarily, although you are not sure when it began.
Ten-year-old Lucia and her two cousins playfully go out into the fields, as they do regularly, and call out to Mother Mary, only this time to have her appear to them in a vision.
This movie shows there is a way to truth through surrendering to something greater than one’s tiny self.
Who is it that is in need of healing? Lawyer, heal thyself, for thus are you helped.
When Pope Benedict resigns in 2013, he calls cardinal Francis to join him at the Vatican. Though Benidict and Francis share the same religion, they both have very different ways of looking upon the world. Francis, who is from Argentina, is a very simple man who loves connecting with the people. Benedict is from Germany and is known to be stoic, conservative, and protective.
Based on the true story of Christian singer/songwriter Bart Millard. God indeed is calling us all home through what inspires us and blesses all.
Looking for Love in form spins out a tale of soul mates that spans centuries.
It’s only through giving that we receive. How wonderful it feels when our heart is wide open and the love is pouring through, radiating to the whole world.
This is a brilliant movie about a young man who meets an unlikely spiritual guide and goes through a rapid awakening
A fantastic 'contrast' movie to be shown how deluded the sleeping mind is - believing in and seeming to play out misuse of the mind's power.
A powerful forgiveness movie that helps loosen the mind from fixed ideas about linear time and to awaken to the present moment.
How many of us have struggled with questions, like Did I mess it up? Did something pass me by? Am I with the right person? Did I miss my chance? or What about the future? Am I condemned to loneliness and loss?
Our whole purpose is to transcend the voice of the ego and learn to tune in to the voice of the Spirit, the voice of intuition.
An awakening classic for loosening from roles and worldly ambitions, and opening the heart to an experience of true intimacy in the present moment.
A typical American family has suppressed rage and past grievances that cover over compassion and love.
Love sees no error. This movie is set in a time when racial divisions were still firmly held in the mind.
Sam keeps reliving the same day over and over again. With each passing day, Sam starts to question why she and her friends do what they are so habituated to doing...
In the ego's world, the mind is a slave to the body. To wake up from the dream of separation, we need to use the body as a means for expanding our consciousness instead of treating it as an end or a goal.
A wonderful healing movie where two companions are paired up for a healing assignment
A wonderful movie for if you have lost your spark, or have gone through complete undoing / loss of 'who you once were'.
The Shape of Water is a heartfelt adventure film that contrasts ego and Holy Spirit symbols  very clearly.
In this futuristic episode, the man-made factory known as the Autofac has essentially taken over the world after a nuclear war 20 years earlier.
This is a profound futuristic episode that shows the possibility of having special romantic relationships transformed into holy relationships.
As Mary begins to listen and honor the inner voice of guidance, she faces the seeming judgments, rejection, and disapproval of her family as she takes her first shaky steps on the uncompromising path to true freedom.
The Holy Spirit arranges time and space for the miracle and, even though Papale doesn't fit the mold of a pro player, he realizes he has nothing to lose in trying out.
Once asked, "How do you stay so positive?" Neil replied, "I've always wanted to be happy, so I decided to be."
James accepts a cargo delivery job from Mexico to the US, only to discover his "cargo" is two young women in need of help.
This episode has the authority problem as its central theme.
A willingness to look upon and release attack thoughts and repressed emotions is the only....
This powerful documentary set in Folsom Prison is a vivid reminder that all things are....
This is a great movie for moving past the fear of intimacy. It exposes the....
A wonderfully-inspiring movie based on the relationship between the late 19th century Queen Victoria and....
Season 3, Episode 1 This episode is a great parable of undoing and letting go.....
This is a profound movie about the life of Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys.....
This is a touching movie about the power of prayer and faith in God. Mack....
Will Trainer's active and adventurous life changes suddenly when he is left a quadriplegic after an accident. He becomes bitter and angry, and longs only for death, no longer wanting his new life with all its physical and emotional pain. He makes an agreement with his distraught mother that he will give it six months to find a reason and desire to live. His mother tries various caregivers in the hope that one of them will be able to reach her withdrawn son.
Season 1, Episode 4.The ego wants us to keep secrets and thus maintain our sense of guilt and separation. Angela is being blackmailed because of some past behavior and she fears telling her high profile husband who is running for senator. She resorts to using campaign money to pay off the blackmailer and, as her guilt thoughts continue to escalate, she reaches a point of despair and attempts suicide.
Season 8, Episode 15 Thank God there is a plan of such magnitude and perfection where nothing is out of place and everything is working together for good, no exceptions. This is the healed perspective and this is what our minds open to as we practice forgiveness and keep stepping into our function as miracle workers.
This is a touching story about the healing journey of Ben and his six children who live in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. The children are home schooled by their father and given much structure and discipline in terms of their education and physical training.
Jim Preston faces his beliefs in separation and loneliness after waking up alone on a spacecraft traveling to a distant colony while the other passengers remain asleep.
Daniel believes he is stuck in time, living out a curse that he doesn't understand. He finally realizes, "I did this, you didn't do it to me." Freedom comes when grievances of the past are laid aside.
God’s calling to us is very simple: to be happy right now. The ego wants to detract from present happiness by attempting to activate the past, organize the present, and plan for the future.
"Old ideas about time are very difficult to change, because everything you believe is rooted in time, and depends on your not learning these new ideas about it. Yet that is precisely why you need new ideas about time." (W-7.2)
A high school teacher quotes Jesus in history class and she is sued by the school board and the American Civil Liberties Union for violating the separation of church and state. She won’t recant. But God has a plan.
This Korean movie is a wonderful tool to help teach us the value of what "A Course in Miracles" (ACIM) refers to as valuing content (love) over form.
Driven by success, Adam Jones is a visionary with a passion for food. He yearns to make food that makes his diners “sick with longing.” He believes in perfection in form—“if it’s not perfect, you throw it away.”
Having lost his wife, Ove is bound by deep loneliness and grief. Without friends and without companionship he develops a hard shell that keeps everyone away.
Identity and self-concept disguise who we truly are. Sometimes confusion arises and a belief in changing the external: the body, form, or gender is thought to be a solution to the amnesia of this dream world.
Are you ready to let go of your world? “Room” can help prepare you for the unraveling of the ego.
This is one of the greatest faith, and “making the turn” movies ever! Alfred Jones insists he is a facts and figures man, and not at all a man of faith. When he is offered the opportunity of a lifetime in the form of introducing salmon into a river in Yemen, Alfred finds the idea ridiculous. Feeling coerced, he gives the absolute minimum to the project until it begins to dawn in his heart that this idea is Inspired, and has a far greater purpose than at first it seemed.
This is a beautiful movie about going for it and not holding back, with music being the wind beneath wings that were always meant to fly!
Homer is uninspired at the prospect of becoming a miner like most other men in the small town of Coalwood, W.V.
The single desire of the Son to reunite with the Father is a Love that knows no limits.
Stranded on Mars, Mark is an astronaut who is clearly not at home.
Self-love has nothing to do with form. It comes from an inner knowing of the truth of who we are—Love Itself. Sometimes a shift in form is part of life’s script, and these changes are always helpful.
Anna Fitzgerald looks to earn medical emancipation from her parents who until now have relied on their youngest child to help their leukemia-stricken daughter Kate remain alive
When tragedy strikes the community surrounding a cafe in West Philadelphia, the cafe's regulars come to realize how intertwined their lives truly are.
"The 33" is a powerful movie demonstrating that commitment to a singular purpose will take you all the way home. Trapped in a mine two thousand feet below the earth, thirty-three men join in mind to make the decision for God. The egoic fear-based thought system is not undone by staying on the surface of the mind; we must be willing to go down to the very basement to fully unplug from the ego.
Michael is a doctor who undergoes a rapid “cracking and peeling” of his self-concept in a twenty-four hour period. He appears to be the epitome of someone who’s “made it.” He’s a rich oncologist with an expensive sports car, a beautiful wife and promising career. Michael sees himself as a helpful guy with a great life, but he is hiding pride, anger, and hurt underneath the mask of success. He became a doctor in order to alleviate unresolved conflict and guilt from his past.
To merge into an experience of dancing as one, both leader and follower have to make a decision, in strength, to trust themselves and each other.
Season 4, Episode 25 Underneath the attempt to control someone else is guilt, protectionism, and fear of the past being repeated
This is a classic tale of the seeming fall from grace. As the film opens we see Lexi happily figure skating on the pond by her home. She is truly happy and in need of nothing; at Home and one with God, she is a symbol of innocence and wholeness.
Once we get a taste of our true nature, it is impossible to go back to the way things were before. Peter Appleton is given the opportunity to step out of his life of littleness and compromise and to walk in the shoes of his higher self.
When a journey is started, we think we know why we take it, and often we don’t! But there is a knowing that this path has to be taken anyway. Along the way we let go of the past little by little, and in every small release, the presence of Love becomes more evident, more consistent, letting us know that we are on the right track.
Noboru Yasumoto is a confident young man ready to make his mark on the world as a personal doctor for the shogun of Japan. However, as a result of events beyond his control, he is appointed instead as an intern at a charity hospital under the guidance of Dr. Kyojô Niide, aka Red Beard.
Awakening requires a full focus and a never give up attitude. Spirit gives the means. The goal is set. The willingness to listen and follow is all that’s required.
We are all on our pathway back to God and although each one’s path is unique in terms of the form it takes
Spirit is always waiting at the slightest invitation to swoop in and support our efforts to heal.
This movie is a mind watcher for beliefs in victimization, injustice, punishment, attack and the idea that the innocent Son of God can somehow be harmed.
The main character in the story, Burke, has created the concept of a best selling self-help guru to hide a terrible secret.
But seek ye first his kingdom, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you
This movie is a mind watcher for healing the belief in victims and victimizers. In truth, they are the same. Both are illusions, neither right nor wrong, good or bad. Andrew is a drummer who believes being the “best” will make him happy.
Ultimately, everyone must come to the realization that there is nothing in form—no person, place or thing—that will make us feel complete and whole. Seeking completion in this world is a fruitless search.
The movie is set in a preparatory school for boys, steeped in discipline and tradition. The transformation of the boys in Keating’s class is a beautiful witness to the strength and presence of the Spirit. They have learned something beyond the concept of being a good student; they have experienced knowing who they really are.
Vincent's life consists of visiting his beloved wife who has Alzheimer's, drinking to excess, and gambling to earn enough money to cover his bills. Into this lonely existence the Spirit sends Oliver; a 12-year-old boy in need of a babysitter and a friend.
It is time for a wake-up call. Avoidance of meaningful communication and relationships through insisting on "having fun" is a cover over hurt and fear.
Dare to open your heart and face the fear of being hurt by love again. The association of love with loss runs deep, and the only way it can be healed is through open communication, patience, open-heartedness, and forgiveness.
The layers of defense that cover over the light within can seem impossible to be free of.
The ego is a getting mechanism; it gives to get. True giving is of the Spirit. Relationships can be used by the Spirit to open us up to an experience of unconditional love.
A heart opener of a movie. When we decide for God, everybody wins.
This mind-watcher of a movie shows us the power of mind and our ability to use or misuse it.
The mechanism of denial is strong when we are living our lives with the desire to fit in and seek approval.
This movie is a powerful tale of courage and trust in the unknown. It shows that Love is the healer.
“Wake up, wake up!” Edward Norton is asleep in a zombie-like world and looking for meaning in the material world.
There is a thirst for completion in special relationships, but it cannot be found in bodies, so love turns to hate.
Holy Spirit wants us to consolidate and steadily approach greater depths of intimacy.
Things are not what they seem. There is no accumulated learning. There are no people ahead, no people behind.
An old woman has a deep fear of death and refuses to let anyone enter her basement apartment
Walt Disney was impelled to extend an invitation to Pamela Travers, author of "Mary Poppins," to collaborate with him on making a movie out of her book.
When Frances’ life, as she knows it, comes to an abrupt end, she swiftly begins to leave the past behind.
This is a powerful film in which the characters go through a shared and accelerated awakening experience.
This movie is about daring to accept who is given for opening the heart to love.
“The fault… is not in our stars, but in ourselves.” If the fault is mortality, then this movie is demonstrating that there is no fault, because love transcends death.
We are entitled to miracles! This movie is rich in devotion to the call to be a miracle worker.
George Lonegan is “called” to wake up from his humdrum existence.
The path to remembering love takes many forms.
The road to God is filled with inspiration, collaboration, joy, and miracles.