Ever wonder how our reality comes into being? It’s a question that’s been pondered for eons by everyone from scholars to the exasperated parents of inquisitive toddlers. But, for those who understand and appreciate the practice of “conscious creation” (also known as “the law of attraction”), the answer is clear – it all begins with us and our thoughts, beliefs and intents. And now the specifics of how that process unfolds, coupled with colorful illustrative examples, is the subject of a recently released book.
In the newly updated edition of his seminal work, Get the Picture?!: Conscious Creation Goes to the Movies (ISBN 978-1505570168, 2014, originally published in 2007), author, film analyst and VividLife contributor Brent Marchant shows how what we experience is a product of what we believe. By outlining the principles of conscious creation philosophy and illustrating them with examples from the world of film, Marchant provides a cinematic road map to understanding how the world around us arises from our personal worlds within.
In addition to shedding light on how we view our world and how it materializes, conscious creation teaches us valuable lessons about personal empowerment practices. At its core, the philosophy maintains that we “consciously,” rather than randomly, create our reality through our beliefs and intents. But being aware of those beliefs and intents is the key. With that kind of understanding, Marchant says, we can work wonders in the existence we materialize for ourselves.
One might ask what any of this has to do with movies. “Movies are much more significant than we give them credit for,” Marchant says. “Movies can serve as personal mirrors. When we witness a character’s triumphs (or mistakes) on screen and how they either learn (or don’t learn) from them, we have an opportunity to learn about ourselves. We can analyze how the character’s thoughts and actions influence the world they live in, and that, in turn, can provide us with insight into how our own worldviews create the world around us.”
In each of Get the Picture?!’s 11 chapters, Marchant introduces a particular conscious creation concept and then presents five movies that illustrate the concept in question. Drawing from a broad range of film genres, the author examines how their various story lines and characters can help us all become adept conscious creators. By doing so, the author thus provides readers with an approach to understanding the process that’s both enlightening and entertaining.
To find out more about Get the Picture?!, visit the book’s web site. This title is available in print and ebook formats from major online booksellers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, the iTunes Store and Kobo Books, among others. Marchant will be conducting a variety of radio interviews to discuss the book, and updates about this title can be found on dedicated social media pages on Facebook, Pinterest and Google+ and on his Blog Page. In addition to his social media and Blog posts, follow the author on Twitter (@Brent_Marchant), LinkedIn, BookDaily, GoodReads and Amazon Author Central. Additional background about Marchant and his writing can be found on his author web site.
In addition to Get the Picture?!, Marchant is the author of a sequel work, Consciously Created Cinema: The Movie Lover’s Guide to the Law of Attraction (ISBN 978-1495976643, 2014), available in print and ebook formats from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, the iTunes Store and Kobo Books. To find out more about this title, visit the book’s web site or dedicated social media pages on Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, BookDaily and GoodReads, and be sure to check out the book’s YouTube video preview.
In addition to his books and his VividLife posts, Marchant is Featured Contributor for Smart Women’s Empowerment. His additional writing credits include contributions to New Consciousness Review, Library Journal, BeliefNet, New Age News and Master Heart Magazine. He is also a regular contributor to New Consciousness Review radio.
For further information about Brent Marchant, Get the Picture?! or Consciously Created Cinema, contact the author by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.