Spiritual Movie: Top 5 Best Movies

 

Using movies can be a incredible tool to get in touch with your emotions and release what isn't serving your happiness. Here is our top 5 best spiritual movies list! Here you'll find a list of classic MWGE.org movies that will surely speed up your awakening journey. 

Starting with the movie, Groundhog Day in number 5.

#5 - Groundhog Day

groundhog day

Emotions/Themes:

Death, Awakening, Inspiration, Deception, Time, Pride, Purpose, Letting go of specialness, The Script is Written.

Review:

The world of time repeats over and over and over in a loop from which there seems to be no escape. Every day one can choose to either live in the same loop of chasing idols to become happy. It is not until one chooses a new purpose in life, the purpose to be happy and at peace no matter what, one can stop focusing on themselves and share the joy of life with all.

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#4 - The Truman Show


the truman show movie

Emotions/Themes:

Dropping the Mask, False Perception, Awareness of Dreaming, Deception, Marriage, Dare to Take Step, Signs and Symbols, Wake-Up Call.

Review:

This is a fantastic awakening movie about the undoing and having the courage to follow the call of the heart.

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#3 - Solaris

solaris movie

Emotion/Theme:

Forgiveness, Awakening, Heal Past Associations, Marriage, Death, Power of Thought, Healing, Dropping the Mask, Time, Depression.

Review:

The planet Solaris is the representation of abstract Love, Light, and Oneness.

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#1 - Take Me Home Documentary

take me home

And #1 of our top 5 spiritual movies, we have the documentary movie, Take Me Home, a Foundation of the Awakening Mind production, directed by Frances Xu.

This is a transformational documentary about the awakening journey through trust, transparency, and relationships. It captures the healing journey of a group of people who came together at a modern-day monastery for a month-long retreat, the Tabula Rasa Mystery School. This monastery has only two guidelines: no private thoughts and no people-pleasing. All who come are offered an opportunity to live by these guidelines, open up to authenticity, and to trust one another. Take Me Home is a testimony to a road less traveled and provides a glimpse of how to live a loving and yet uncompromising life.

Take Me Home is more than a documentary, it is a full healing experience. To truly offer this experience, we are presenting the movie in the format of a movie package. This package features recordings from a Take Me Home online retreat held by David Hoffmeister and Frances Xu. The session recordings provide a full context as in-depth discussions lay the foundation for the healing themes presented in this movie to support you through a transformation within.


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MWGE provides movie reviews for those on the awakening journey, following the true calling of the Heart. The catalogue ranges from Hollywood movies, to spiritual movies, to documentaries and indie films. Visit mwge.org and have a look!

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