Barnet Bain, the Filmmaker Behind “What Dreams May Come,” Reveals How to Find Your True Passion To Mind Movies Co-Founder Natalie Ledwell

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Barnet Bain, the Celebrated Filmmaker Behind the Hollywood Blockbuster “What Dreams May Come,” Shares How to Find One’s True Passion in a New Episode of Mind Movies Co-Founder Natalie Ledwell’s Weekly Web Series, The Inspiration Show.

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Ask where would you imagine that you would like to be, how would you like to see yourself and how would like to feel in different situations.

Law of Attraction guru and Mind Movies co-founder Natalie Ledwell announced today the release of a new episode of her weekly web series, The Inspiration Show. The short video interview features Barnet Bain, who shares how he went from being a small town Canadian boy to becoming a celebrated Hollywood filmmaker, and now a coach who helps others discover their heart’s true passion.

To watch the full episode, visit: http://www.mindmovies.com/inspirationshow/index.php?25408&episode=81

In the short video episode, Bain shares his journey of being raised in a small town in Quebec, Canada. After leaving home as a young man in the 1960’s, Bain traveled to San Francisco, where he experimented with drugs.

Bain reveals that despite having an inkling of his passion for storytelling very early in life, he wasn’t mature enough to look deeper and explore it. It was only after much soul searching and questioning his beliefs and thoughts later in life that Bain was able to embrace his passion. Once he did this, he moved to Hollywood and began trying to build a career as a filmmaker.

To help individuals realize their true passion, Bain discusses the idea of “structure imagining,” which he describes as “being raised in environments where individuals are the products of their parents’ stories, other people’s stories, beliefs and expectations.” Bain shares the importance of examining the stories that individuals have been told versus what they truly feel and believe in their hearts. According to Bain, this inquiry is the beginning of liberation and discovering one’s true passion.

“Ask where would you imagine that you would like to be, how would you like to see yourself and how would like to feel in different situations,” shares Bain. “As you tune into that desire, take a breath and allow yourself to come to an understanding of where you are right now.” According to Bain, if an individual finds that there is a gap between this visualized dream life and the life that he or she currently lives, it’s time to take action to close this gap.

Over 1 million people worldwide have already received Natalie Ledwell’s free pre-made Mind Movies, which are dynamic moving video vision boards that help viewers visualize and achieve their desires and goals faster and easier than they ever imagined possible.

To find out more about Mind Movies and to download six free pre-made Mind Movies, visit: http://mindmoviestv.com.

About Mind Movies:

Founded in 2007, Mind Movies’ mission is to help empower people from all over the world to visualize their goals and manifest their greatest dreams and desires. Mind Movies has touched the lives of over one million people around the world and is headquartered in downtown San Diego, California.

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Mind Movies
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113 West G Street #122
San Diego, CA 92101
http://mindmoviestv.com

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