NXVIM

February 21st, 2007 Leave a comment Go to comments

Last night I think I might have discovered a new threshold for my evolution and today I made the commitment to step forward and upward.  If you’ve ever seen the movie “What the Bleep Do We Know?” or “The Secret” and felt moved and inspired by theses peices, I think you would appreciate knowing about what I am about to embark on.  If you haven’t seen the films, then I’d say…see them.  On the weekend I also saw “The Inconvenient Truth” and that’s also another must-see. 

So back to ‘the Bleep’ – I met the director of the film who spoke about a human development course whose curriculum principles are founded upon years of extensive scientific research on human behaviour.  I haven’t taken it yet so I’m not really the right person to be taking introductory information from on it, HOWEVER! I can speak of how it has captured my attention and curiousity much in the same way as the three movies I mention above.  The anticipation of taking the course that promises a logical, systematic, wholistic and clarifying process of evolving human potential is so great that it’s on my mind constantly.  I’ve decided that where I work is not as important as who it is I work with and it’s my desire to surround myself with and collaborate with individuals who are ready and willing to make the changes in themselves that will inspire and move others, inevitably moving the world through the next phase of human evolution.

I will set-up a private introductory presentation via conference call for people who also become curious about NXIVM.  Let me know if you become curious about any of this, even in the slightest way, and I’ll be in touch about the conference call.  Let me be clear though, that I’m not endorsing a product.  I’m simply pointing out a flag that has caught my attention and I’m excited to see it because I think it could be a very exciting landmark and thrilling journey in getting there.  Kind of like saying, “Hey, I heard that Peru is a gorgeous, joyful, peaceful place to visit.  Wanna see some pictures?”

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  1. February 27th, 2007 at 19:45 | #1

    Hey Jea,

    Just read most of your blog and looked at your pictures. Aren’t you the technochick? You have been having some amazing adventures lately. I really enjoyed you writing. You have a very honest, open style and take great photographs. You definitely have the artist’s eye.

    The movie you are in is by the same director as Bangkok Girl. I saw that
    on CBC bout a year ago and it was really powerful. I couldn’t believe how cheaply people’s lives can be valued. I would love to see your movie. Must have been an amazing experience filming it. When will it be shown and anychance of me seeing it?

    Haven’t seen “What the BLEEP do we know?” but I am extremely skeptical. That is the scientist in me. I totally agree with you on an “Inconvenient Truth” and “A Prayer for Owen Meany”, however. As long as we are promoting media, may I suggest a book that totally changed my outlook on human nature called “The Mating Mind” by Geoffrey Miller. I know you are into self-awareness books and this one blew my mind.

    Anyway, just wanted to say hi and let you know people are tuning in to your blog. Let me know if your travels ever send you out east if you need a couch to crash on. Otherwise send me an email. Say hi to Jerome, Jonas and your parents and keep blogging!

    Mike

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