The show's blurb goes like this...
There is one vibratory field that connects all things. It has been called Akasha, Logos, the primordial OM, the music of the spheres, the Higgs field, dark energy, and a thousand other names. Many of history's monumental thinkers have come to the threshold of this great mystery. It is the common link between all religions, all sciences, and the link between our inner worlds and our outer worlds.
and opens with the opening of Auguries of Innocence from Blake
To see a World in a Grain of Sand
And a Heaven in a Wild Flower
Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
And Eternity in an hour
And ok, I can buy into the opening, the link is energy, but I am hearing way too much religious dogma already and the premise is this is fact, not simply reasonable logical theory or merely something really nice to believe. So we are selling the word akasha as whatever anyone else calls the things they worship, bow to, believe in, and/or blame for everything that is. Ridiculous manipulatons in the first ten minutes have my finger reaching for the delete button. Tell me something new.
The embedded intelligence of the matrix of time and space.
Lots of clever words, but so repetitious.
Lots of quoted truths, but so repetitious.
My instinct says the endless sales-pitches that ultimately asks for money, control, or belief (which is control, even if it doesn't seem like it because it feels given more than taken), something it does not come right out and say up front is strong in this one.
And I come to the same question.
What's the point?
Everything is connected.
Everybody seems to need something to believe in, some explanation for their existence, some godhead. this one is selling akasha.
It's so much fun, for those who love words as I do, to put power into words, but the fun ends when we start believing the words matter more than we do, and by we, I mean everything, everything, all.
So I watch and listen and I wonder, real connections or optical coincidences? Everything is illusion, after all.
Until people accept everything without ego, there is only pointless repetition. Embedded intelligence? If you are not laughing, you are not here. Who believes this is true because it is true, and not because they need to believe it is true, understands.
What's the word for both? lol.
So this long winded movie appear to want to convince the viewer that all religions are of the same origin.
It is stating the obvious.
The true crisis in our world is not social, political or economy. Our crisis is a crisis of consciousness. An inability to directly experience our true nature. An inability to recognize this nature in everyone and in all things.
In the Buddhist tradition, the Bodhisattva is the person with an awakened Buddha nature. A Bodhisattva vows to help to awaken every being in the universe, realizing that there is only one consciousness. To awaken one’s true self one must awaken all beings.
There are innumerable sentient beings in the universe
I vow to help them all to awaken.
My Imperfections are inexhaustible
I vow to overcome them all.
The Dharma is unknowable
I vow to know it.
The way of awakening is unattainable
I vow to attain it.
What do you do when this is no longer a revelation and you are left with sadness and loneliness for you've found no one for who this is not either a revelation or simply, above their heads?
Repeating the truth becomes boring for one who knows the truth.
Maybe he knows.
This is happening in real time!
Did I emotion (emote?... I think I meant mention) it was a bacon ritz cracker?
Can we go out to play now?