This is a practical movie for showing the shifts that are needed to loosen from body identification, and face the fear of opening up beyond physical connection into the intimacy of mind. In this movie, Theodore acquires an operating system called Samantha and enters into a relationship with “her” that progresses from romantic to quantum.
 
The fear of divine love is the fear of disappearing; it is the ego’s fear of obliteration. Spirit uses vibrational connection to inspire us to drop our masks and get closer to one another to experience our Christ self. The sharing of feelings and thoughts without filters leads into feelings of deeper joining and connectedness.
 
The real purpose of every relationship is to become aware of what is arising in consciousness in order to heal it; this is how we start to experience our innocence. Sometimes when a relationship ends, the ego analyzes what we did using hindsight; It wants to say, “you should have done it differently.” All “should haves” are hypotheticals reflecting the belief in many possibilities. When guilt or darkness arise, the ego wants to judge them as failure. But we are not responsible for the error, we are only responsible for accepting the correction—that we are innocent Now.
 
This movie penetrates the conditioned belief that love needs to look a certain way. The fairy tale fantasies condition us to believe we can find love in form. We are searching in form for the intimacy that we believe we have lost; that intimacy with God. We keep seeking and not finding. The ritual of seeking in bodies gets played out over and over in the world, and it is never satisfying.
 
The mind goes into guilt when it believes it is a body. The ego generated the body as a projection and then it projects the guilt out of the mind and onto the body. You have no control over the world or the bodies that the ego made. You can, however, control the direction of your thinking; pull your mind from ego thoughts and come back into alignment with God.


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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