At the urging of one of my besties, I watched a Netflix documentary called “HEAL.” HEAL takes us on a scientific and spiritual journey where we discover that our thoughts, beliefs, and emotions have a huge impact on our health and ability to heal. The latest science reveals that we are not victims of unchangeable genes, nor should we buy into a scary prognosis. The fact is we have more control over our health and life than we have been taught to believe. This film will empower you with a new understanding of the miraculous nature of the human body and the extraordinary healer within us all. HEAL not only taps into the brilliant mind’s of leading scientists and spiritual teachers, but follows three people on actual high stakes healing journeys.
I was highly and very personally impacted by this film on many levels – emotional, physical, and spiritual. I thought of friends struggling with cancer and chronic disease and the various issues I live with. I thought of my childhood and how parental relationships have affected my life. I thought about the power of prayer and my spiritual beliefs. I will be thinking about this for a while, and I am so glad I watched it.
Have any of you seen it? Would love to hear your thoughts.
Cheers & Hugs,
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Cheers & Hugs,
PS. I watched a documentary yesterday that touched me deeply – Heaven is a Traffic Jam on the 405. It was recommended by an art blogger friend, Ann Christina, from Germany. It also won an Academy Award this year for Best Documentary Short Subject. It is a story of mental illness, depression, love, and the healing power of art.
Mindy Alper is a tortured and brilliant 56 year old artist who is represented by one of Los Angeles’ top galleries. Acute anxiety, mental disorder and devastating depression have caused her to be committed to mental institutions, undergo electro shock therapy, and survive a 10-year period without the ability to speak. Her hyper self-awareness has allowed her to produce a lifelong body of work that expresses her emotional state with powerful psychological precision. Through interviews, reenactments, the building of an eight and a half foot papier-mache’ bust of her beloved psychiatrist, and examining drawings made from the time she was a child, we learn how she has emerged from darkness and isolation to a life that includes love, trust and support.
I watched this on YouTube and originally shared the link, but then found that it was removed from YouTube for a copyright infringement. I hope you have a chance to find and see this touching film. If anyone can let us know via comment where it is available to view, I would appreciate.