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 What the #$BLEEP*! Do We Know!?
category picture16 Aug 2004 @ 09:16
Science, Spirituality, Humor and a New Paradigm:
�What the #$BLEEP*! Do We Know!?� is a wake-up call to the hundreds of thousands of people who are searching for a voice somewhere in this fragmented culture who have been awaiting a catalyst.

It has arrived!
This bold, funny, unique work goes to the heart of the human dilemma. It challenges and lays waste the old Paradigms of thought and places responsibility squarely where it belongs � on individual human consciousness.

Bored? Resigned? Cynical?
�What the #$BLEEP*!� will rock your world and when you leave the theater, your life will never be the same.

Morose? Melancholic? Living the same repetitious days again and again?
�What the #$BLEEP*! provides incisive insight while making you roar with laughter!

Alone in your thoughts about the world and your place in it?
�What the #$BLEEP*!� offers an expansive view and provides hope, a stairway leading out of and above the din, and true freedom!

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�What the #$BLEEP*! Do We Know!?� is a unique cinematic creation - really three films in one, interwoven like a DNA helix, into an original tapestry.

It�s a documentary. It�s a story. It has mind-blowing special effects. These three elements combine to bring about a film experience that will rock your mind and lift your soul! It�s a new genre about a New Worldview for a new audience.

This outrageous film plunges you into a world where quantum uncertainty is demonstrated � where neurological processes, and perceptual shifts are engaged and lived by its protagonist - where everything is alive, and reality is changed by every thought.

It has been called by some theater goers �The Handbook to �The Matrix.�� Like �The Matrix� it shows you a greater reality behind the one we all accept as true, and you have the ability to create absolutely anything from your own thought while laughing all the way!

The difference between this film and that movie is that this isn�t science fiction. It�s even stranger. It�s real. And it�s the first film to say it. And it does so boldly and with a BLEEP of a lot of humor. And it�s being proven every day by minds like these.

�What the #$BLEEP*! Do We Know!?� gives voice to the modern day radical souls of science, bringing their genius to millions. These maverick heroes at the cutting edge of their fields are at the forefront of a Paradigm shift even greater than those of the geniuses who preceded them. And this shift involves the greatest uncharted territory yet �

Human Consciousness itself.

�What the #$BLEEP*! Do We Know?� says that science and spirituality are not different modes of thought, but are in fact describing the same thing. And it brings the power back to the individual man and woman as it demonstrates creation as the god-like capacity of every individual.

What inspired it? Click here.

Hollywood doesn�t write films like this because they think you are too stupid to understand challenging concepts and too lazy to do anything more than sit and eat popcorn. They don�t even hear your rumble and the rumble of countless others on your way to fill the theaters.

�What the #$BLEEP*! Do We Know!?� represents a new trend in film that Hollywood has missed. It provides people with what many are most interested in and can�t find on any screen: Intelligent and Enlightened Entertainment. They just don�t know that you are looking for something that delivers the most thought-provoking concepts of emerging ideas in the most entertaining way.

Exactly like this film

The one people are talking about
And coming back to see again and again and again
And because of this - nothing is ever going to be the same.

 Ego
category picture1 Aug 2004 @ 09:13
Ego - The False Center
by Osho
The first thing to be understood is what ego is. A child is born. A child is born without any knowledge, any consciousness of his own self. And when a child is born the first thing he becomes aware of is not himself; the first thing he becomes aware of is the other. It is natural, because the eyes open outwards, the hands touch others, the ears listen to others, the tongue tastes food and the nose smells the outside. All these senses open outwards.

That is what birth means. Birth means coming into this world, the world of the outside. So when a child is born, he is born into this world. He opens his eyes, sees others. 'Other' means the thou. He becomes aware of the mother first. Then, by and by, he becomes aware of his own body. That too is the other, that too belongs to the world. He is hungry and he feels the body; his need is satisfied, he forgets the body.

This is how a child grows. First he becomes aware of you, thou, other, and then by and by, in contrast to you, thou, he becomes aware of himself.
This awareness is a reflected awareness. He is not aware of who he is. He is simply aware of the mother and what she thinks about him. If she smiles, if she appreciates the child, if she says, "You are beautiful," if she hugs and kisses him, the child feels good about himself. Now an ego is born.
Through appreciation, love, care, he feels he is good, he feels he is valuable, he feels he has some significance.

A center is born.  More >

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