Movies You Might’ve Missed | The quantum connection

inner worlds outer worlds trailer coverInner worlds, outer worlds is a 2012 documentary by Canadian filmmaker and meditation teacher Daniel Schmidt. Narrated by Patrick Sweeney, with stunning visuals of animated fractals, the film explores concepts set out by others in this issue of The MOON, and also traces connections between quantum thinking and the work of intellectual giants such as Pythagoras, Kepler, Leonardo DaVinci, Tesla, and Einstein. The film presents for lay audiences evidence that there is one vibratory field that connects all things. This field has been called akasha, logos, the primordial OM, the music of the spheres, the Higgs field, dark energy, and many other names throughout history. Amit Goswami calls it “consciousness.” This vibratory field is where all true spiritual experience and scientific investigation intersect, and constitutes the link between our inner worlds and outer worlds. Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds received positive reviews for its unique take on the universe and a rating of 8.8/10 from 703 reviews on IMDb and also received positive reviews in the media. In July 2013 Inner Worlds Outer Worlds was listed on TopDocumentaryFilms.com. The film is available online by donation at www.innerworldsmovie.com/.

Black-Whole-an-Amazing-Documentary-by-Nassim-HarameinThe Black Whole presents the work of maverick physicist, Nassim Haramein, who provides insight into the structure of space-time and a new coherent model of the universe–evidence for Einstein’s “unified field theory,” along with startling conclusions–echoed by Kryon–such as that there is a black hole in the center of every atom, every galaxy, and at the center of the universe. (Although Haramein calls this “black hole” a singularity, which is an anomaly in Newtonian physics, Kryon explains that we are simply not seeing the two elements that actually comprise the center of black holes.) Because Haramein’s theory unifies everything–and demonstrates how we are all connected–he calls his film “The black whole,” rather than “Hole.” I had to watch this film twice to “grok” it, but it was worth it, both times. The 2011 documentary, directed by Janice Jensen, is available for free or by donation online, and is also available on Amazon.

Quantum activist dvd coverThe Quantum Activist (2009) traces the path of discovery of Amit Goswami, a quantum physicist who moved away from the religious teachings of his childhood to seek his path in science. Ironically, that path brought him full circle, to reveal the unity inherent in both the world’s major religions and mystical traditions, and in the science of the cosmos. The unifying field, Goswami says, is consciousness, which imbues everything in creation–from the smallest sub-atomic particle to universe itself. With poignant relevance to the problems of our day, the film follows Dr. Goswami as he demonstrates how our mistaken views of reality have led to our current environmental, social, economic and spiritual crisis, and how a recognition of the unifying field of consciousness could provide a ready means of correcting these errors. The film, which won nine international film festival awards, is available to stream online or in DVD format at the Quantum Activist website.

 

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One Response to Movies You Might’ve Missed | The quantum connection

  1. Gail Ross February 6, 2017 at 9:23 am #

    Thank you for the info on these films. I’m ordering them today…

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