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Two AMAZING Spiritual Movies!!!

October 10, 2009

"The Living Matrix", a film on the new science of healing....And "Something Unknown is Doing We Don't Know What", a fascinating spiritual journey into the science behind psychic phenomena.

These movies will start promptly at 2 pm. There will be no sharing
today, but there will be a short intermission.

**1. The Living Matrix - The New Science of Healing (2009)**

In this full-length film (83 min) you will discover the intricate web of
factors that determine our well-being. From the quantum physics of the
human body field to heart coherence and informational healthcare,
explore innovative ideas about health. Scientists, psychologists,
bioenergetic researches and holistic practitioners share their
knowledge, experiences and insights.

Science-based healing or \"miracle cures?\" In the film, researchers and
practitioners reveal the scientific theories behind alternative healings
and offer their perspectives on how these new concepts may shift the
future of healthcare.

Empower yourself with information. Based on the latest research, find
out how you can enliven your body\'s own self-healing capabilities and
transform your ideas about how to get well and stay well.

with Rollin McCraty, PhD, Peter Fraser, Lynne McTaggart, James L.
Oschman, PhD, Arielle Essex, DO, Bruce Lipton, PhD, MD, Eric Pearl, DC,
and Marilyn Schlitz, PhD. View the trailer at: [

**2. Something Unknown is Doing We Don\'t Know What (2009)**

Is it possible that some people can read your mind? or look into the future? Why is it that some people can cure themselves while in the last stages of a deadly cancer? Does mind over matter really exist, and if so, how do we explain this? In the US, millions of people claim to \"see\" distant objects or places. Do they really \"see\" something? And where is the boundary between \"real\" magical powers and fraud? Can these \"miracles of the mind\" be explained? These and more
questions will be answered in the quirky feature documentary (104
minutes) by Dutch filmmaker Renee Scheltema.

with Prof. Charles Tart, Dr. Dean Radin, Prof. Gary Schwartz, Dr. Roger Nelson, Dr. Edgar Mitchell, Dr. Jack Houck, Dr. David Dosa, Rebecca Good, Nancy Myer, and Catherine Yunt. View the trailer at: [ *\_HIc*][2]


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