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The Secret...
Fancy a night in watching a movie but want something a little more uplifting than the latest comedy? If so, you might enjoy one of two films which are causing a stir - The Secret or What the Bleep do you know? The Secret is described as a `self-help` film and explores the notion that feelings and thoughts can influence events, not unlike the notion of Cosmic Ordering in which the individual writes down a shopping list of their wishes and offers it to the Cosmos, then waits for the Cosmos to supply the required objects or situations. The film suggests that there has been a tendency by those in power to keep this information from the public. The Secret lists three required steps of "ask, believe and receive" as vital steps in the Law of Attraction; so let`s look at these a bit closer... The first part `ask` requires the seeker to have a firm idea of what it is they desire; a general wishy-washy idea, just won`t cut it. The next step is to `believe`. This means acting as if the desired object or result is on the way. The stronger your ability to `believe` the more likely you are to gain your request. Finally, you need to open yourself up and be ready to receive the desired object, this means looking for signs and synchronicity which can lead you to your goal. Like The Secret, What the Bleep Do We Know? is a controversial film. It is comprised of documentary type interviews and the story of a photographer but its main point is that group and individual thoughts can influence the physical world and that this is supported by quantum physics. It is at this point the film becomes the subject of heated debate. David Albert a physicist, who appears in the film, has accused the filmmakers of selectively editing his interview to make it appear that he endorses the film`s notion that quantum mechanics are linked with consciousness. Albert says he is in fact "profoundly unsympathetic to attempts at linking quantum mechanics with consciousness". Simon Singh, a writer, who aims to popularise science did not like the film either, he called it `pseudoscience` and said the suggestion "that if observing water changes its molecular structure, and if we are 90% water, then by observing ourselves we can change at a fundamental level via the laws of quantum physics" was "ridiculous balderdash". Yet not every scientist was so opposed to What The Bleep Do We Know? Professor Clive Greated wrote that; "thinking on neurology and addiction are covered in some detail but, unfortunately, early references in the film to quantum physics are not followed through, leading to a confused message". Nevertheless, he recommends the movie by saying; "I hope it develops into a cult movie in the UK as it has in the US. Science and engineering are important for our future, and anything that engages the public can only be a good thing." Umm, well either way these films are causing talking points about the power of the mind, perhaps you will decide to go and see them yourself!
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