This month’s newsletter features Marvellous and other movies in the MWGE collection that open the mind to the experience of being clueless, carefree and cared for!
Now Playing at MWGE.org | September 2018
Clueless, Carefree and Cared For
“If we follow out the teaching of the Holy Spirit, the teaching of Jesus, we will become so clueless that we won’t understand problems. It’s actually a very, very bad habit, to try to figure anything out about this illusory world, about a world that doesn’t even exist, about a world that Jesus calls an impossible situation.”
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In this gem of a movie you will meet Neil Baldwin who, in worldly terms, could be labelled as a “special needs” person. Some would call him clueless. But there is absolutely nothing “special” about his needs. If he ever needs something, he simply asks, and whatever it is appears, because he has absolute faith that he will be provided for.
He was once asked, “How do you stay so positive?” Neil replied, “I’ve always wanted to be happy, so I decided to be.”
As Jesus tells us in ACIM, we are responsible for our own state of mind….. Marvellous!!!
More Great Clueless, Carefree and Cared For Movies
Emotions/Themes: Dare to Take Step, Faith, Devotion, Trust, Guidance, Inspiration, Purpose, Letting Go of Control
MWGE Excerpt: Innocence is unfettered by the laws and ways of thinking of the world. Having enough faith to just take the next step, life takes care of itself. Contentment and happiness come from non-judgment, extending love, and letting go of the idea that you really know what anything of this world is for. The journey is one of simply yielding or surrendering to what is.
Emotions/Themes: No People Pleasing, Defenselessness, Worthiness, Divine providence, Awareness of Dreaming, Innocence, Projection, Letting go of form
MWGE Excerpt: This is a magnificent film about the purity of heart that will take you all the way home. Chance has lived a sheltered life, growing up and working as a gardener within the walls of his wealthy caretaker’s home. With innocence leading the way, he is led through a set of holy encounters that carry him gently to his next step.
MWGE Excerpt: Like all mystics, Francis faces the darkness within his own mind and traverses the landscape of doubt and guilt in his search for God. This movie is deeply moving in its depiction of a life lived in full humility, with great trust and deep gratitude. Love is never far behind a grateful heart and a thankful mind.
Clueless, Carefree and Cared For — Holy Spirit Autopilot with David
If we can’t even define the problem, how can we define the means to solve the problem? If we can’t even define the problem, we cannot find the means in our earthly egoic terms to solve those problems. In fact, we’re going to have to become so clueless, that we don’t know anything. That’s really what salvation is. I do not know the thing I am, what I’m doing, where I’m going, or how look upon myself or the world.
Why would you put your effort into trying to figure out and find problems and solutions in an imaginary world that has no existence. Wouldn’t it be better to be a giver? Wouldn’t it be more fun to just to be like God, to be a giver and to radiate that giving?
I always talk about being clueless, carefree and cared for.
Join Us at the Online Movie Workshop Every Saturday at 9 MDT
Every Saturday at 9 MDT we show an online movie and give spiritual commentary. If you like movies and want to go deeper into the teachings of A Course in Miracles, you can join us for this weekly movie gathering from the comfort of your own home!
At MWGE, we take a mystical approach to movie-watching. We use them solely to practice watching our emotions, noticing our thoughts, and staying attentive to the Holy Spirit’s interpretation of each scene. In this way, we experience great healing in mind, get better at practicing forgiveness, and have loads of fun doing it!
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