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Emotion/Theme: Awakening, Discover True Identity, Time, Power of Thought,Forgiveness, Attack, Heal Past Associations, Join in Purpose Genre: Metaphysical, Classic
Genre: Metaphysical, Classic
Duration: 131 minutes
Director: Bryan Singer
Actors: Hugh Jackman, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart
Wolverine’s journey is an allegory of our own spiritual journey. Each of us is called on a journey of awakening. To heal our perception of conflict and destruction we must go on a mission of forgiveness beyond the projection of time and space. We must go back in our mind to forgive the core grievance in our heart, to forgive our self for believing we could pull apart from God, adopt the ego belief system, and project a world of hateful external enemies. The enemy is not external. We have to see that the murderer, the ego, is within, projecting the external enemies.
Jesus says we look upon that which we feel within. If we have hatred in our heart we will see a world of hatred. If we feel the Love of God within, we will look out on a world of mercy and of love. We are called to heal the hatred in our heart through forgiveness of our brother and the relinquishment of anger and attack. To see the world as unified, we see ourselves as unified. In the movie the characters discover love underneath the hatred, that they are actually dear friends. The holiest spot on earth is where ancient hatred has become a present love. We are called to forgive the ego belief system, which means go prior to it, to go back to our True Self, back to the I AM before time was.
X-Men: Days of Future Past before talk (play before movie to go deeper into the healing themes):
X-Men: Days of Future Past after talk (play after movie to go deeper into the healing themes):