BLISSfix – Movie Trailer: Visions of a Universal Humanity

January 10, 2011 at 6:01 pm 1 comment

Yesterday I heard about a new movie coming out called Visions of a Universal Humanity that looks upbeat.  This came as great relief after reading about the odd mass death of birds and fish world wide in the last two weeks.  I was really wanting to hear some messages about humanity being resilient and rising to the occasion to make a better world instead of succumbing to the temptation to consider 2012 prophesy and ‘end of days’ ideas.

I’ve always liked Abraham-Hicks message on the 2012 topic. They basically say the world could never end because we are creative beings and in seeing things we don’t like, so many of us would so dramatically call forth change for the better and that call would be answered and instantly transform the scenario. In one recording I listened to they said something to the effect of the reason we create situations like Y2K or 2012 is because we enjoy the pressure of a date to come up against to inspire faster, more drastic change in the direction of our desires… the proverbial rock bottom. It is a curious thought that I find worth consideration. Here’s one related video:

What do you think? Did the fish & bird deaths freak you out? What brings you hope?

bonus video: (i really love the feel of the video footage, as well as the music and message)


Entry filed under: Conscious Movies, Conscious Videos.

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  • 1. Norman Kremer  |  January 11, 2011 at 6:19 am

    You’re quite right about VISIONS of a Universal Humanity. It is upbeat and leaves you feeling good about the things that are going on in our world. You can see a trailer for it at


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