John Nash has a powerful mind. Although bordering on genius in terms of his intellect, John sees people who are not really there—hallucinations. John is obsessed with finding one original mathematical idea that will make him stand out from the crowd of geniuses he competes with at the university. As John’s delusions and paranoia grow, he is forced to face the reality that he cannot discern between truth and reality.
This is a story of the determination required to transcend limiting beliefs of the self, to open up to the love that is ever present and transcend ideas of competition and supremacy. We have an enormous power of mind to choose for truth; it takes great vigilance and a willingness to heal and open up to love, to come to consistent peace. Love becomes John’s guiding force as he opens to humility as his natural state. A gem of a movie with huge heart!


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David Hoffmeister

Modern-day mystic, author, and a living demonstration of A Course in Miracles.


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