Friday, August 5, 2011

Wake Up



I found this clip on CMN and promptly rented the film to watch on my computer. It is a documentary about one man's reluctant realization that life is not what it appears to be. Especially for him.

I was fascinated by the film. I highly recommend it. You can rent it here, or on I-Tunes.



Have a great weekend, everyone!

ALERT: The You Tube film that pops up after this clip is NOT the movie that you see here. You do have to rent this movie.

17 comments:

Gemel said...

Wonderful, thanks for sharing.
Trust you have a beautiful weekend ♥

Lydia said...

You are great to find and share this kind of film. I'll be watching it very soon.
exes and ohs to Mt. Rose.

Brian Miller said...

fascinating indeed...will put it on the list...

California Girl said...

sounds awesome! we're doing the switch to streaming with Netflix. hopefully can get it through them.

DJan said...

It's on my list! Off to watch the trailer now. Thanks for pointing me in this direction, it looks like a good one.

ellen abbott said...

Thanks Nancy. I'll have to seek it out. There was a pretty interesting show on TV the other night about the dying experience, the near death experience.

karena said...

Thanks Nancy...looks good. Wouldn't it be totally cool to wake one morning seeing angels...demons...uhhh...not so much!
Good find...adding it to my queue.
Have a fantastic weekend. xo

Rob-bear said...

Makes me think of Hebrews 11: 1.
And interesting and entirely believable story.

T said...

Love it when you find these gems. Thanks for posting. On my list and off to watch the trailer.

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

that looks very, very interesting. i'll have to see if it is available on netflix.

GYPSYWOMAN said...

oh, wow! the trailer is very powerful - now the whole thing! thanks so much nancy!

Cole said...

Glad you found this interesting. I saw this film some time back, searched around for it, but it was hard to come by. Finally I was able to order it from Barnes and Noble. I didn't care if it was good or bad when ordering it, I just wanted to see it based on the content. I felt reassured that we all have this ability, it's just waiting to be tipped off and activated. And the world around us, I do believe is very different than what most of us can actually perceive. I would think like this man, if one truly has the ability to see, it probably has the potential to reek havoc on your psyche. How would you ever know if what you see is real. Unless, more and more individuals wake up to the same reality. I would be interested to know what happened to this man and how he is today.

Nancy said...

Gemel - You too!

Lydia - I think you might like it. Mt. Rose says hi. :-)

Brian - Worth your time if you are curious about this sort of thing.

California - Hmmm - maybe - they have alot to choose from. I'm going to the direct stream only - we hardly ever order cds anymore. Is the Blue Ray going the way of the Beta?

DJan - I think you would like it!

Ellen - NDEs were my entry to all the amazing things I've learned over the years. It started with Elizabeth Kubler Ross and her work on death and dying.

karena - No, not my idea of a good time either! I do have someone close to me who sees "things" most of us don't, however. People who sees things may not be mentally ill, just more in tune with all of the things that may exist in that broad range of light frequencies that we do not see.

Nancy said...

Rob-bear - I'll have to check out Hebrews 11:1. Thanks.

T - You would like this.

Teresa - I hope it is.

Gypsy - You would like this - right up your alley.

Cole - Very well said. I agree completely.

Pat said...

This sounds very interesting. I found it in our library system and put a hold on it!

Nancy said...

Pat - Yay!

Natalie said...

OOooh! I need to get it. Thanks.♥