|Dear Movie Lover,
Miracle or Science? Several years ago, astronaut Edgar Mitchell was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor on his kidney. To heal it, he engaged the services of a long-distance energy healer. Within a few months the tumor had completely disappeared.
The science behind “miraculous healings” is the focus of The Living Matrix, a new documentary that explains bioenergetics, heart coherence, and the placebo effect. These topics explain how formerly unexplainable healings take place every day.
Marilyn Schiltz, Ph.D., a leading noetic scientist and anthropologist, healed herself with the power of “intention” after a serious accident. Another woman in the film healed from a brain tumor with a powerful form of “energetic-based information medicine.” What may have once been called magic is now understood by science.
These stories, along with expert commentary from Marilyn Schiltz, Bruce Lipton, Dean Radin, Lynne Mc Taggart, Eric Pearl and Rubert Sheldrake, reveal the latest breakthrough science that now allows us to “deliberately initiate miracle cures.”
This powerful and informative film will change the way you view your ability to heal, and thanks to our friends at Spiritual Cinema Circle, you can receive The Living Matrix plus three entertaining films for FREE (just pay S&H) when you sign up for a trial membership.
This month?s volume features The Living Matrix and three other films including:
What Goes Around (U.S. & Canadian selection): Alex Klein is a bankrupt real estate executive whose life is on a collision course. He sees life as an endless struggle against all he abhors ? ignorant baristas, pop music and grammatical mistakes. One day, as he hurries off to a meeting he collides with another car. He wakes up in a white room and slowly and unwillingly realizes that he is in Death’s waiting room. He’s given one last chance to change his ways. “will he?”
Glenn Owen Dodds: Michael Radcliffe didn’t expect to have a five-minute sit-down with God, Glenn Owen Dodds that is, a mysterious man who claims to be God. Could he really be God? (Does Gerald O’Donnell believe he’s GOD?) An illuminating comedy for anyone who’s ever asked themselves the question, ‘Why am I here?’
Love Me: No one would envy Clarisse. She has a tiring, thankless job as a waitress in a small Parisian restaurant, and her boss is insufferable. Just when it seems like a normal day, a new customer makes an unexpected announcement that could change everything.
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P.S. I also discussed the Living Matrix a while back at Bioenergetic Spectrum Science Circle: Bioenergetics Meets What the Bleep Do We Know. This film is another reason why there is a lot of crossover between psychoenergetics and bioenergetics.