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Tell Me Your Story

Tell Me Your Story

Check out my radio interview on Tell Me Your Story with host Richard Dugan this Saturday, September 3, at 6 pm (Eastern), 3 pm (Pacific). Listen live on KZSB AM 1290 in Santa Barbara, CA, or over the internet at richarddugan.com. We’ll talk about the 10 best conscious creation-related films of the past decade (see my previous blog, The Decade’s Top 10 below). Tune in and enjoy! ...
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Traveling Down New Paths

Traveling Down New Paths

Whenever we’re lost, it helps tremendously to have a guide to point the way out of our troubles. Such is the case with a middle-aged lost soul in the metaphysical drama, “The Wayshower,” the subject of my latest VividLife review, ‘The Wayshower’ leads viewers down new paths. Check it out by clicking here ...
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The Decade’s Top 10

The Decade’s Top 10

The past decade has seen the release of many excellent films with conscious creation-related themes. They’ve addressed the subject from virtually every angle, too, much the same way as the films do in my book Get the Picture: Conscious Creation Goes to the Movies. So, with that in mind, I decided to come up with a Top 10 list of films for the past decade that best depict different aspects of conscious creation at work. Making the choices wasn’t easy; as I said, there have been many noteworthy releases over the past 10 years. So I looked to find the best examples from that time that most effectively illustrate the core principles that go into making conscious creation work. I’ve presented brief synopses of my choices (in chronological order of release) below. But, for a more thorough discussion of these pictures and the subject in general, tune in for a radio interview with yours truly this Saturday, September 3, when I’ll be a guest on Tell Me Your Story, with host Richard Dugan. This is the second time I’ve appeared on Richard’s show, and I welcomed the opportunity for a repeat visit. He’s a wonderful host, so I hope you ...
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The Persistence Paradox

The Persistence Paradox

When is persistence an asset, and when is it a liability? What’s the difference between noble perseverance and blind obsession? When are those differences obvious, and when are they not? And what do we do when we find ourselves in such murky situations? Such is the nature of The Persistence Paradox, the subject of my latest post on FengSHe (www.FengSHe.org). And while you’re there, be sure to check out all of the site’s other posts about Persistence, FengSHe‘s theme for August ...
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Facing Ourselves in 'Another Earth'

Facing Ourselves in ‘Another Earth’

How often do we get a chance to literally come face to face with our true selves? And what impact would that have on us? Those are some of the heady questions raised in the new sci-fi fantasy, “Another Earth.” Check out my review of this intriguing new film, ‘Another Earth’ brings us face to face with ourselves, at VividLife (www.VividLife.me) by clicking here ...
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The Mysteries of 'Something Unknown'

The Mysteries of ‘Something Unknown’

Psychic research is filled with anecdotal evidence, but quantified results have been harder to come by — until now, as depicted in the DVD documentary Something Unknown Is Doing We Don’t Know What. Check out my VividLife review of it, Unlocking the Mysteries of ‘Something Unknown’, by clicking here ...
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