Quantum Consciousness Cleveland Message Board › Leap! movie showing - short notice - read immediately
Vero Beach, FL
Hi Quantum Leapers,
The movie "Leap" is showing Friday 3/6/09 at 7:30pm at Laughing Creek.
The movie is about 90 minutes long.
Admission price is by donation.
250 Richmond Road
Richmond Hts, OH 44143
It is one block south of Chardon Road at Richmond Road on the west side of the street.. Access to the parking lot is off Chardonview.
This film is part of the reason the Quantum Leap Meetup exists.
Hope to see you there!
From the press release:
LOVELAND, CO, November 5, 2008: What if someone told you life as you know it is an illusion,
including your home, family and friends, job, and your “limitations”? What if there was a way to break
free and live from inspiration, to explore all areas of your life as the infinite being you truly are?
Leap! features interviews with over 20 people, including Dan Millman, Gary Renard, Fred Alan Wolf,
James Twyman, Joe Vitale as well as local spiritual leaders. The film uses ancient and modern
philosophies to help people explore the idea of life as an illusion, and how to embrace that idea to
transform your human experience.
Leap! is a film that compels you to consider this ageless theory that “The world is an illusion“. This idea may challenge your current beliefs and ideals. but then again Einstein did say “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.”Leap! explores ancient and modern philosophies and philosophers who support the illusion theory. To Leap! beyond the illusion is to let go and live from inspiration….To Leap! beyond the constraints of your current perceived reality and what you think you know…. The purpose of Leap! is to invite each of us to live beyond the illusion. This movie is not about denying our physical experience. Ultimately it is about Leaping beyond limitations and restrictions which this illusion appears to impose.
Vero Beach, FL
Four of us from Quantum Leap attended this showing: Bob, Kim, Avery, and myself.
The movie presented a very interesting perspective on who we may be.
After the movie, the four of us went to Baker's Square for some discussion and a piece of pie.
I enjoyed the company and the discourse.