Gathered in a theater that is about to come down, an audience’s search for love and meaning in this world is documented. Participants receive an invitation to come to a party. Those that show up are interviewed about all aspects of the search for “someone to love.” Like the movie "Breaking Up," this movie shows the frustration, confusion and despair of looking for love outside of one’s Self. Expectations are never met by any “body,” and in the end there is no way of explaining the search for meaning in the meaningless. Intimacy and meaning are within, and nothing is outside One Self.

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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