CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity explores the concept of the human brain and Brain Operating System principles as the key to unlocking the true potential of humankind.
(PRWEB) September 29, 2014
Our brain is something most of us take for granted, yet its everyday feats are more amazing than the calculations of the fastest supercomputer. But what drives the brain? Who is its "operator"? And what is its destination?
The producers of 'CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity' purposefully set out to answer these questions with the making of this film, which will premier in Sedona at the Creative Life Center on Thursday, October 9, 2014, from 6:30-8:00pm. The film's executive producer and New York Times bestselling author, Ilchi Lee, will give a talk after the movie.
The film explores these inquiries about the brain, thought, and the quest for divinity with dramatic recreations, interviews with thought leaders, and animations in this thought-provoking sequel to 'CHANGE: The LifeParticle Effect'. It highlights the brain as the means to fulfilling human potential, both on a personal and global scale. It gives a fresh look at how the brain works—not its cells and circuits, but the intangible laws that let anyone master all of its functions, and to discover the vast potential for growth and change that lies within all of us.
Also, the movie talks about brain’s operating system. Just as the most vital software on a computer, the operating system, coordinates everything and runs systematic functions, our brain also has an “OS.” But the brain's operating system didn’t come with a manual. The concept of a brain operating system, or BOS, was the inspiration for most of Ilchi Lee's work and teachings. 'CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity' explores the concept of the human brain and BOS principles as the key to unlocking the true potential of humankind.
That potential, demonstrates the film, stems from our divine nature. As Ilchi Lee says of the documentary: "'CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity' is being produced so that people can realize their value, because there are many people who don't know what it is. It's ultimately the divinity and the soul. . . . I made this film so that it could serve as a catalyst for people to become enlightened to the fact that they absolutely do have divinity within them, in their brain."
With insights from Barbara Marx Hubbard and Neale Donald Walsch, as well as real-world examples, CHANGE gives us a glimpse into what the world would be like if all people could discover the divine nature in their brain, and, in the process, live out their best human character.
'CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity' is the sequel to 'CHANGE: The LifeParticle Effect', produced 2013, which illustrated the relationship between consciousness and matter, and the roles individuals can play in transforming potential into reality. This movie won over 20 awards from international film festivals including the Golden Award at the International Film Festival for Spirituality, Religion and Visionary 2013, Best Director at the Costa Rica International Film Festival, and Special Jury Prize of Technical/Creative Achievement Award at VISIONFEST 14.
Haejung Jung, Project Director of Sedona Meditation Center and the host of the premiere event, shares, “I am thrilled to host the red carpet premiere with the new film, 'CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity' after the worldwide success of 'CHANGE: The LifeParticle Effect,' the first of the CHANGE movie series. This dynamic screening and event will inspire you to help you understand your creative potential strongly enough that you feel an invincible hope for yourself and the world."
The Red Carpet Premiere begins with a semi-formal red carpet gathering with food and mingling at 5:30pm. There will also be an informal gathering and book signing of the Taoist fantasy novel, The Secret of Mago Castle, by Sedona author Rebecca Tinkle before the screening. A screening of the film will begin at 6:30pm, followed by an inspirational talk by Ilchi Lee.
For more information about the premiere, please visit Sedona Meditation Center facebook page.
The Sedona Meditation Center, 340 Jordan Rd, Sedona, provides Korean Yoga and Meditation. For those who wish to explore the ideas expressed in the film, Sedona Meditation Center provides a supportive environment for engaging self-healing of the body, mind, and spirit toward a more satisfying life. For more information please call Ms. Jung at Sedona Meditation Center, 928 282-3600.
CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity Film Premiere
Sedona Creative Life Center
333 Schnebly Hill Road
Sedona, AZ 86336
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Mingling & Book Signing: 5:30pm
Film Premiere and Lecture: 6:30pm