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Re-wiring explained - mechanics of nerves, emotions, and the
  • VirgVirg
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    (this post was edited 2006-10-22 23:06:28)

    This is a movie that I saw last night and as it progressed, all I could think about was Aneros and "re-wiring"!

    It challenges a lot of how we see our world and our lives. It explains a lot about how our brains and emotions work. The "re-wiring" process made a LOT more sense after I saw this.

    If you have Netfix, get it.

    It is currently on the cable channel "Encore Drama" between October 22nd and October 30th...there are five showings.

    There several reviews of it on the Net if you to get a better "flavor" of it.

    This was a very informative, challenging, and insightful documentary. I recommend it highly and the Aneros journey will make a lot more sense if you take the time to see this flick.

    If the beginning seems to abstract, hang in there. The Aneros relevant "meat" is just around the corner...

    I hope this is was a real light bulb moment for me...
  • Hi, I'll have to check this one out again. I started watching it about 9 months ago but I think like the Aneros itself, one has to be in the right frame of mind before watching it.

    Like you say, the opening is a bit meandering.

  • VirgVirg
    Posts: 154
    I starts out pretty cosmic...but it does bring everything to a personal level.

    When they explained very clearly how our cells and brains work, the "re-wiring" made much more sense.

    The presentations and graphics are superb and really add a lot to the information.

    The Aneros journey, and external activities (KSMO, soft palete nursing, Slightest Touch, and so on), and Big "O"s WITHOUT the Aneros often seem like should a mystery...

    I just felt that this documentary filled in a lot of voids and answered a bunch of questions...

    I hope it helps...
  • MBMB
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    What movie? Is it called "Re-wired". sorry maybe i missed the name of it you metioned netflix, nothing under rewired.
  • VirgVirg
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    It is called "What the Bleep do we know?"

    There is also a not-quite-a-sequel-or-director's-cut version which came out this year - "Down the Rabbit Hole".
  • hlaser99hlaser99
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    Thanx Guys!

    I am a movie nut, so I read the revue WM suggested!

    This sounds really fascinating and interesting!

    I will definately check it out!

    Thanx for the heads-up!

    Later, Hlaser99
  • ChangoChango
    Posts: 2
    Great movie! I am amazed it did so well, or rather that I hear so many people talking about it.

    I think the general population is slowly waking up to the realization that there is much more going on around them than we are taught in school or are let to beleive. Also that there is a whole universe in our own self...
  • Edit
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    Please do not mistake all philisophical nonsense in this movie for scientific fact. The "science" in this film is seriously distorted, and therefore their "conclusions" are flawed. (Ask any quantum physicist or any real scientist.)

    Super O's however, are real. Nothing mystical about them. Just as the rest of our world. :)
  • VirgVirg
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    Hi everyone!

    I started this topic and thread because a portion of the film dealt with how the functioning of our cells and brain interact to create emotions and sensations that we like and want to maintain. It fit right into the "re-wiring" process and the unknowns that we are all trying to sort out with it.

    That is the only reason I suggested it.

    The physics and other topics it discusses...

    I do not know what is correct. The world being round was a theory hundreds of years ago... Accupunture was voodoo but is coming into it's own as each year passes. There is so much we do not known... The thoughts expressed are just that...thoughts and opinions. Time will tell to what degree they are "right".

    What is for certain is, it is all food for thought. To be considered and pondered...ignored, discarded, added to other theories, shelved for reflection tomorrow or in decades. Who can say...

    What I do know is that there has been a LOT of other approaches that has been presented in this forum that are factual to some and snake oil to others. Years ago I thought tantra was weird and I know better now.

    The process with Aneros denies reason and logic at times. Certainly, our bodies are doing things and "learning" responses that very hard to explain.

    I for one, am willing to look at any and all schools of thought and practice, that will help me to master the process to the Big "O", and any thing else I can learn along the way.

    See the flick. Right or wrong, it has much for one to ponder...

  • Edit
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    I fully agree keeping an open mind should be encouraged and that this film might help some people on their way to their Super O. Just take it for what it is (flawed philosophical speculations and hidden promotion for a mystic cult) and nothing more. :)

    I strongly disagree calling it "Re-wiring explained". Their speculations are not based on scientific consensus.

    From :

    This is the trailer for the underground movie What the Bleep! It is a prime example of pseudo science at it's best, sponsored by some obscure cult. Seems reasonable at first, but once you investigate the crap they come up with you see it's utter nonsense.

    James Randi (exposer of frauds):

    "What the #$*! Do We Know?," a fantasy docudrama cult hit supposedly about the "nature of reality." More than a dozen scientists, theologians and mystics appear. However, the product placement reveals that among the physicists, neurologists and academics who expound the film's thesis is "new age" icon J.Z. Knight, who claims to be channeling a 35,000-year-old god/warrior from Atlantis named Ramtha. The films' producers, writers, directors, and some of the stars are members of the Ramtha School of Enlightenment in Washington State. Several of the scientists are affiliated with Knight's school, and the film was largely financed by one of Knight's students. It's a blatant effort by religious, mystical, and New Age gurus such as Deepak Chopra to disguise their views as real science. Thrown in are the fantasies of Masura Emoto, who claims to have proven that thoughts can change the structure of water; his "experiments" consist of taping written words to glasses of water. (See The "Maharishi Effect" — an equally vacuous notion, is also offered. A rampant example of abuse by charlatans and cults, it is still filling theatres all over the world."
  • VirgVirg
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    I want to apologize to EVERYONE for the course of this thread has taken.

    This forum has been amazing at how open and accepting everyone has been of the range of topics and attitudes expressed. While I was a little uneasy about suggesting a documentary, as it is called in the movie database, I did think it had perspectives that could be helpful.

    The Aneros journey is about as definite as a jellyfish! The range of approaches and options is HUGE and some have absolutily no impact for some of us trekkers. For all the mystery of the Aneros journey, I thought this flick would fit right in...

    To Alotof, you have made your point(s)...

    To all others, watch at your own risk, I guess. Take the content as fact, fiction, opinion, cult babble, challenging pondering, food for thought, or just plain entertainment.

    However you take it, I hope, "What the Bleep do we know", may offer some insights.

    Enough said...I hope...

  • Edit
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    Originally Posted By: WillisMan

    There is also a not-quite-a-sequel-or-director's-cut version which came out this year - "Down the Rabbit Hole".

    I coudn't figure out out if the "Rabbit Hole" is some sort of a sequel, or is expanded version, including the original "Bleep"?
    I was thinkin about ordering the DVD from Amazon, but would like to know which one would be a better choice?
  • VirgVirg
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    Sorry - I can not help you there. I have not seen it but I suspect it is both. I know it further discusses the material presented in "Bleep" and builds on it.

    Sorry I could not help...
  • pmagrpmagr
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    Hi guys, this thread sure caught my attention. My assistant came into work one monday raving about "What The *Bleep...." and now, here it is again. I live in WA state about 150 miles north of JZ Kinight's compound and can attest to the bizzar hypotheces they keep pouring to try and recruit new blood. These people truly think they don't need a spaceship for intergalactic travel. Beam me up Scottie. So I guess it reminds me to always consider the source befor taking this stuff at face value.

    Sure does make for lively discussion though which is alway healthy I think.

    This really is a great forum.

  • VirgVirg
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    Well, when I started this thread I thought it would have a different course. Clearly, there was more behind this movie than I knew.

    To others, view with a critical eye, consider what insights it may offer that would apply to "re-wiring", but at the very least, it has great special effects and is entertaining.