In this futuristic episode, the man-made factory known as the Autofac has essentially taken over the world after a nuclear war 20 years earlier. Emily Zabriskie, the main character, has a brilliant mind, and along with some mighty companions, is determined to free herself and the world from the Autofac.

This episode touches on some very deep themes which parallel teachings from "A Course in Miracles." Jesus tells us, "The end of the world is not its destruction, but its translation into Heaven." (T-11:VIII:1:8) This idea plays out as Emily goes beyond all the layers of her programming and hears the still small voice within reminding her that love is real and this artificial world will never be her true home. Join her as she demonstrates that the nightmares she has made can indeed be exchanged for happy dreams of love.



Movies are an excellent way to watch your mind, to pay attention to your emotions, and to help you discover your unconscious beliefs.
 
Go here for more info about Movie Watching as A Spiritual Practice. You will find tips, tools and links to movies to go deeper in your journey.

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David Hoffmeister

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

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