Best Spiritual Movies, we enjoyed the movie “What the Bleep….” Some
parts of it we responded with, “Well said!” Other parts, “You
forgot some ideas!” And still others, “What the #%*$!”

Some of the movie’s key points that we appreciated the most
are as follows: blame and victimization are of no use; self-
understanding and taking full responsibility for personal
circumstances and behavior is integral to self-actualization;
everyone has the power to influence his/her physical,
emotional, and mental health through thoughts and feelings;
it’s been clinically proven that stress, for example, contributes
to illness (not that clinical proof is necessary to acknowledge
the effects of stress or positive thinking/feeling); self-
actualization relies on the ability to detach from and leave
behind addictions, expectations, dramas, and desires of all
kinds (all part of the ego-self) so that one can more closely
align oneself with the spiritual self.

We especially enjoyed Ramtha’s commentary about romance
and the pursuit of romance being a personal addiction for
many people.

However, it’s interesting that the financier of “What the
Bleep…” is a Buddhist and that there was no mention of
reincarnation in this spiritually oriented film. Reincarnation
is one of the most important spiritual concepts (in Buddhism
especially) and it is intimately tied to free will, karma (what
goes around comes around), dharma (what one must do in
this life), and fate (predetermined circumstances and events).

One of the experts featured in the movie is Dr Joe Dispenza (a
chiropractor), who has authored several scientific articles on the
close relationship between brain chemistry, neurophysiology
and biology, and their roles in physical health. He has a Doctor
of Chiropractic Degree from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia.

Dr Dispenza says “I wake up in the morning, and I consciously
create my day the way I want it to happen…When I create my
day, and out of nowhere, little things happen that are so
unexplainable, I know that they are the process and the result
of my creation. And the more I do that, the more I build a
neural net, in my brain, that I accept that that’s possible. So if
we’re consciously designing our destiny, if we’re consciously,
from a spiritual standpoint, throwing in what the idea that our
thoughts can affect our reality or affect our life, because reality
equals life.”

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