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“The Secret” by Rhonda Byrne, an Australian television producer, has become a runaway best seller along with the DVD by the same name. You know something is making a splash when it manifests in a five-page article in Newsweek magazine.
The Power Path reviews the films listed below according to an alternative set of perceptions allowing you to gain new insight and perspective unique from traditional critiques. We evaluate story lines according to how well they illustrate karmic lessons and agreements.The evaluations explore the activities of the characters having varied maturity levels: infant, toddler, child, mature, and old souls. This sheds light on the manner in which they interact with each other.
In October 1998, I had the unique opportunity to go to the Australian Outback to visit a group of Australian Aborigines from the Pitjantjatjara tribe. These are people who have been particularly willing to dialogue with white folks and share their culture and stories to a degree.
In our last article we wrote at length about the collective dream that has enveloped the planet and how that dream in many ways has become a nightmare for people everywhere. We talked about how the collective dream functions like a forest fire sucking up everything in its path to feed itself and continue on its relentless path.