"What the Bleep Do We Know", is a fascinating documentary film that utilizes fictional story lines, computer animation and discussions by several scientists and philosophers to present a viewpoint of the physical universe and human life within it, with connections to neuroscience and quantum physics. The general idea was that since quantum mechanics supposedly says that there isn't one reality, but an infinite number of possibilities, one just has to be enlightened to an awareness of this, and then you can make whatever you want, happen. Within the plot, the main character of the movie (played by Marlee Matlin) essentially was educated of amazing facts about quantum physics, in which helps her deal with her anxiety attacks, bad body image and sex addiction.
Certainly, this movie was very fascinating for me, and was definitely not a documentary style movie I had ever come across. Of course, it may not have been very simple to take in the varieties of theories pertaining to quantum mechanics/physics all at once; however, I did strongly agree on the theory that beliefs about who one is and what is real form oneself and one's realities. This is something I had thought about for a copious amount of years, but I do believe that if one strongly desires someone or something mentally, and is all concentrated to that particular value, it will become reality. Astoundingly, within my experience, many of the things I strongly desired and concentrated on had come into my possession, whether it was an expensive cell phone, or simply obtaining a high score on the SAT. I believe that my strong desire gave me a motivational push to work hard in raising enough money to buy a cell phone or to enable me to study harder in obtaining a good grade In addition, it is certainly not merely pertaining to something we strongly want to acquire, but also our "luck" or "fortune". I personally take strong belief in that the positive ness or the negative ness within a human mind will affect the...
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