2001 – A Space Odyssey
Time travel, the bardos after death, and the un-defineable Great Mystery.
A version of a myth about the miracle happening in our time.
A Christmas Carol
About archetypes of the ChristMess season. A wonderful representation of the Celtic Green King archetype.
Across The Universe
A brilliant riff on the Beatleâ€™s musical genius. Lighted hearted and fun.
Agnes Of God
A story of a being who is focused in another reality rather than this one due to her deep wounding and about her subsequent religious devotion.
Alice In Wonderland
A delightful film to find clues on how to answer the question. â€œHow is mythic reality different than cultural reality?â€ (One of my personal favorite myths.)
(not Alien) A female warrior myth about taking back female power, consciousness of the female polarity.
A very moving film about Alheizmers victims and the effects on memory retreival through the power of music.
All Of Me
A comedic view of the male/female polarity brilliantly acted by steve martin and lily tomlin.
Addresses dimensionality and the transition into the first bardo after death, astral plane existence and possibilities.
The mythic aspect of the life of the brilliant musician and composer, Amadeus Mozart.
An example of a truly magical glass bead game. (French subtitles)
A look at a highly sensitive artistic being raised by a military father and the clash of those perspectives. Stunning photography.
A sweet family film about a familyâ€™s relationship adopting a sea otter into the family.
Anna To The Infinite Power
About the misuse of power, quest to find out who one truly is.
A very touching story of facing ones inner demons and redemption from these childhood emotional woundings.
As Good As It Gets
A very funny film, kooky love story about someone (Jack Nicholson) who is an obsessive compulsive who is healed with love.
As It Is In Heaven
A Swedish film in the tradition of noir films that come from that cold depressingly long winter, a very illuminating look at the nature of MUSIC & redemption.
Tho the metaphor of reunion with the abandoning mother is a bit cloying and stretched, there are some wonderful moments about the sacred nature of all sound.
Awake In The Dream
A beautifully filmed documentary style offering from Gaia TV network on the process of awakening in the dream of life and what that takes, told from many points of view from Neal Donald Walsch, to Mooji, Nassim Haramein, Bruce Lipton etc.
Awake: The Life of Yogananda
The story of Yoganandasâ€™ awakening and the fulfillment of his lifeâ€™s dharma of bringing eastern wisdom to the West.
A movie about the precious opportunity of being in human form and experiencing the senses and the exquisiteness of human love.
A story of unrequited love in Victorian England and a great portrayal of how fate steps in to support creative genius that may not be recognized otherwise.
A look from an alienâ€™s perspective coming to Earth, seeing through the eyes of advanced consciousness, how ordinary things like â€œlipstickâ€ and separation appear.
One of the most profound movies about a highly sensitive mind. It details this beingâ€™s journey into accepting his unusual mind and how love sustained him through the process.
Being John Malkovich
This film explores identity, alternate realities and what it would be like to step into someone elseâ€™s mind. Very entertaining.
A very slow film but worthy to show the possibilities in being fully present in the moment + the simplicity of perception that that allows + illuminates the mythic archetype of the fool.
A powerful movie about the nature of compassion and karma with beautifully unusual cinematography and a sensitive look into the family dynamics of a Mexican family.
Benny And Joon
Details what some would call â€œmentally illâ€ beings, but I call highly sensitive artists, finding someone equally sensitive to share life with. (Johnny Depp is great in this!)
About the life of a saint.
About being a child in an adult body and the difference in perspectives and expectations about reality.
A slow but beautiful film about the story of an ET person who is more dolphin than human, trying to make sense of the human experience.
This is a story about tall tales, myth and reality. A son wants to know the truth about his fatherâ€™s tall tales and this is the response from the fatherâ€™s perspective of answering that question.
A charmingly poignant English film that quirkily demonstrates that following oneâ€™s impulse toward what is joyful, leads to the triumph of living in alignment with oneâ€™s destiny!
A movie about what happens to a sensitive artist who is subjected to the horrors of war and about his healing process. Very touching and poignant,(could be very disturbing to some sensitives.)
A silly film about how altered oneâ€™s perceptions of reality are after a â€œnear-deathâ€ experience. (not to be confused with one by the same title about tantra.)
A vulnerable exploration of the psyche of Freddie Mercury of the rock star band â€œQueenâ€. It was so inspiring to see his bold spirit make choices away from the predictable status quo to pursue his artistic vision and genius by going against the grain of current musical tastes and the pattern of predictable past successes.
This film is excellent to show how important it is to actually step into â€œanothersâ€ position. Incredible and accurate scene about the first moments after physical death.
Breakfast Of Champions
A totally surrealistic movie written by Kurt Vonnegut about a used car salesman questioning the values of his urban and twisted values life. Sharp and witty. One of the first stories to warn us of the eco~crisis weâ€™re now facing. (Written in the 1960â€™s)
A fantasy about a boy who wants to live like a bird
This look at the short life of the eighteenth century poet John Keats, is a classic look at genius that wasnâ€™t recognized until the artist has died..or rather genius which considers itself a failure due to the density of that which reflects it, some enchantingly beautiful scenes of English countryside and costuming, as his great love was a costume designer.
Brother Sun Sister Moon
About the life of St. Francis and how he came to be all that he was against all cultural obstacles and judgment.
A very funny movie with Jim Carey about how he would run the world if he were god.
A look at the transformation that can occur when people face death. Lot of laughs and Jack Nicholson is his outrageous, self in the mix..
This is a Kurt Vonnegut story about a WWII soldier avoiding the insanity of combat.
Children Of Heaven
A very touching story about the deep love of a brother and sister in Tehran. Beautiful film making.
This is about a woman who runs a chocolate shop in France and how sheâ€™s a healer in the disguise of a chocolatier!
A film about missing the point of life in over work and valuing the mechanical world of money over love and caring. (An interesting use of Winnie the Pooh character animations and real people. )
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
One manâ€™s mythic quest to see and discover the larger pattern and vastness of possibities in the Universe. About following your inner knowing.
Extra-terrestrials and compassion for all life forms,(Ariel gives the scene in the swimming pool the â€œmost steamy cosmic erosâ€ award!)
This film centers around a 17 year old who is the sole hearing member of a deaf family — a CODA, child of deaf adults. Her life revolves around acting as an interpreter for her parents and working on the family’s struggling fishing boat every day before school with her father and older brother. When Ruby joins her high school’s choir club, she discovers a gift for singing and soon finds herself drawn to her duet partner Miles. Encouraged by her enthusiastic, tough-love choirmaster to apply to a prestigious music school, Ruby finds herself torn between the obligations she feels to her family and the pursuit of her own dreams. It is a a coming of age film, dealing with those issues, and is very much about holding compassion for those who perceive reality differently than we do.
About one personâ€™s journey of self discovery in her love of astronomy. Deeply moving, highly recommended. The sacred geometry alone is worth seeing the movie.
Conversations With God
A slow, but excellent film about listening to oneâ€™s own inner voice and following its guidance. An inspiring view of oneâ€™s soul journey to understanding spiritual reality. (Taken from the authorâ€™s personal life experience.)
A brilliant look at where racial prejudice comes from, from several different perspectives. Some disturbing violence, but necessary to the plot line.
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
The cinematography is worth seeing this film. Typical storyline of the good and evil myth, however itâ€™s depicted with stunning visual elegance.
Da Vinci Code
A film examining the suppression of the divine feminine through the centuries. Much symbolic content thatâ€™s exciting to track. An unfortunate focus on the violence in the film.
Not having to be terminally ill to live in the moment and be your divine child!
Dances With Wolves
About the mistreatment of a most sensitive people, the Native Americans, by early white settlers and calvary, and one manâ€™s heroâ€™s journey and mythic quest in the early West to make sense of the cultural madness. (Unfortunately it is violent.)
The resolution of duality, male and female resolution of polarities.
Date With An Angel
An adorable film about an angel who falls to earth through an accident and her learning about love and the human condition.