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“The implications are mind-boggling – I am stimulated and inspired by the message.”
- Female, Olympia, age 51-60

“I really thought it was fabulous and I’d like everyone I know to see this.”
- Tucson Viewer

[This film makes me] happy and hopeful. I cried at the end.”
- Female college graduate age 31-40, Olympia

“I want to see it over and over - an amazing endeavor! A huge undertaking and it worked. Thank you.”
- Female age 51-60, Advanced Degree, Olympia

“Loved it…Thanks. I really believe there is a place for this kind of conscious film making – thought provoking. Inspiring!”
- Tucson Viewer

“This was a very strong movie…Good luck in your endeavors to get this in theaters!! There should be more stuff like this!”
- Female college student, age 21 – 30, Olympia

WOW. Thank you. Just, “ WOW!” The entire film was wonderful – truly a piece of art that should be spread. Much enlightenment in one wonderful piece… Now I have more nderstanding of myself and some odd experiences.”
- Female Teen, Tucson

“A very bold film! But I liked it in that it got me thinking about life in broader terms. I am a scientist by training, so I need to experience different perspectives now and then…This film is wonderfully inspiring and timely for our era / generation.”
- Tucson Male Viewer, a scientist

“Great film – it really makes you think – these are topics that are so incredible, but aren’t really well-known. I think it’s important to get people thinking about reality and what we’ve come to know as truth. I loved the Polish Wedding scene.”
- Female college student, age 20 and under, Olympia

“There was so much information and many ideas to sort through. But I am very appreciative for having seen it and thought it was an awesome movie.”
- Male college student, 20 and under, Olympia

“Thanks for making this film – very refreshing. I especially liked the bit about water – also emotion as a chemical addiction – wonderful!”
Female college student, age 21 – 30, Olympia

“I want to say thank you! I have been trying to piece [this] together myself. It has been so difficult for me to articulate these ideas. I’m so glad this will be presented to the general public…Thank you, thank you – this is what needs to be brought out.”
Female college student, age 21 – 30, Olympia

“Well done! This is the most effective presentation of these ideas I have seen. Also, there is something for everybody and every learning style.”
- Male college student age 21-30, Olympia

“I would be interested in seeing this movie several times. I would want to watch it with a group of friends / family and have the ability to stop / rewind and discuss particular topics.
The idea of the mind and how it affects your reality is completely interesting and should be a never-ending quest. The movie has motivated me…”
- Male college graduate age 31-40, Olympia

“Cool blend of serious science and wacky fiction.”
- Male PhD age 31-40, Olympia

“I plan to use this film in my practice as a family therapist. Great job.”
- Female PhD age 41-50, Olympia

“[I] need to see the film again – so much to think about – Much to discuss with others – when are you showing [it] again?”
- Female college graduate age 41-50, Olympia

“Very challenging about the view of one’s life and search of being. Highly recommendable to help understand the connections of brain and body – realities for everybody.
- Female college graduate age 51-60, Olympia

“Wonderfully done. Want to see it again! Thanks!”
Female age 51-60, Advanced Degree, Olympia

“The film was actually very moving – It was most moving during the segment re ‘the observer.’ My observer felt observed, acknowledged, seen. Startling and affirming.”
- Female age 51-60, Advanced Degree, Olympia

“I will need to see this several more times to realize the full potential of the message. It was – Great. And a powerful emotional experience – producing tears and lots of goose bumps. Way to go!”
- Male 51-60, Advanced Degree, Olympia

- Male 51-60, Advanced Degree, Olympia

“I am a high school teacher of anatomy and physiology. I am at a crossroads in my life and can’t help but feel that my attitude / mind led me to come to this film. This film was extremely well done, thought provoking, and spectacular!!! This film is amazing! We truly do create our own reality! Thank you for attempting to do this! A truly creative and innovative film.”
- Male 51-60, Advanced Degree, Olympia

“I loved the film, but it is incomparable to most films, so numbers don’t apply.”
- Tucson Viewer

“ Very well done! I live in France.
Will you propose a French version?”
- Female Tucson Viewer

“Much more interesting and relevant than ‘Waking Life.’
I really like this film.”
Tucson Viewer

“Move over ‘Waking Life’!”
- Tucson Viewer

“Excellent photography throughout. Very deep and important film. Hope you submit to Oscar people for Academy Award consideration. Stephen Hawking will love this film!”
- Male college graduate age 41-50, Olympia

“[I liked] all of it. I think you have a hit on your hands.”
- Tucson Viewer

“A powerful film – very thought provoking
– Makes one want to change for the better!!!!”
Female age 71 plus, Olympia

“Can you show it to my school? Because they need to get a life!”
- Female high school student, age 20 and under, Olympia

Mind and intelligence are woven into the fabric of our universe in a way that altogether surpasses our understanding.
- Freeman Dyson

I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.
- Galileo Galilei

Everything you see has its roots in the unseen world. The forms may change, yet the essence remains the same. Every wonderful sight will vanish; every sweet word will fade, But do not be disheartened, The source they come from is eternal, growing, Branching out, giving new life and new joy. Why do you weep? The source is within you And this whole world is springing up from it.
- Jelauddin Rumi


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