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PostPosted: Sat Oct 10, 2009 9:37 pm    Post subject: The Eternal Tree and the AVATARReply with quote

The Eternal Living Tree

From the movie the fountain

A Special tree grows hidden
Whoever drinks of it's sap will live forever

Thus, death frees every soul

The Fountain
 of the Tree

Together, YOU and I will live forever

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 12, 2009 5:23 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

An unusual bunch of synchs I have been having. That movie was on at a motel and I decided not to watch it as I wanted to rent it later. But it fits in perfectly with my synchs of the eternal tree of late.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 2:44 am    Post subject:Reply with quote

synch with this song today.

Am I only dreaming?
Or is this burning an eternal flame?


On the way home the sun shined through the clouds and then I read these lyrics when I got home.

Say my name, sun shines through the rain

So many years of experiences and amazing synchs, now there is only this reality.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 12:03 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

The Fountain is a very beautiful story. I watched it the other day and found it a bit hard to follow, not having read the book, but since watching it a second time and having read a good description of the movie i now understand it much better. It was pretty close to home in some ways. I could empathise with Tom as when i met Tony (my husband) i was employed as a medical research laboratory assistant and some of the researchers were experimenting with ways to understand and cure muscular dystrophy. My job was to look after the animals before they were experimented on Sad but i was always trying to find out if there had been any breakthroughs. But there was nothing groundbreaking in the 7 years i worked there, just small snippets of what to expect from the illness. Medical research is such a slow and tedious process. But anyway, thats why i turned away from modern medicine, looking for alternative cures or anything that would help him. And each time i thought i'd found something that might help and it fell through....well, it just became another reminder for him of his "incurable illness" and now he doesn't really want to try anything. He gets annoyed when i suggest we try something new, he doesn't want anymore disappointment and i understand that. So i've stopped trying to "save him". I sometimes think he is even trying to push me away so that he can accept his fate, so that we can both move on Crying or Very sad Sometimes i think he would be better off without me to worry about but i don't know yet. For me its about letting it go to God, realising that He/God/Creator/Source has everything under control and things are as they should be. I know that miracles can happen but ultimately i know i can't save him and if he doesn't want to be saved then you have to accept it. And that's what Tom (in the movie) did in the end and found eternal life.
Though I agree with the "inquisitor" in the movie, skin and blood are the prison bars for our soul and death frees our soul. However, the sound track bothered me in this film, i've heard it before somewhere like Zeitgeist or something?...which made me wonder if its a movie to condition us about accepting death, but maybe i'm reading too much into it??
Though when i do die i'm hoping that my family and friends will do the same thing for me, bury me on my land and plant a Fig Tree over me so that (like "Izzy" says) the tree will become a part of me and when the birds feed on my seeds, i will fly with the bird and be re-born....of course when i told my son and Tony this he laughed and said you want to become bat shit! lol.
I thought it was very poetic and beautiful, i've always liked this idea of a rainforest sprouting up around me.

Here's the link that describes what's happening in the movie, if you need it;

Oz rainforest Fig tree
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 5:11 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

looking for alternative cures or anything that would help him. And each time i thought i'd found something that might help and it fell through....well, it just became another reminder for him of his "incurable illness" and now he doesn't really want to try anything. He gets annoyed when i suggest we try something new, he doesn't want anymore disappointment and i understand that. So i've stopped trying to "save him"

This is a big issue with me because when my back was such a problem for me I did not want to try fads or anything other than something real from the Spirit as that was all my life was about. Rather than trying to do it myself through trying, YOU/Spirit would have to do it. There was a surrender to Spirit not a giving up. And so it had to be a real synch that I could believe in that it happen to me rather than me doing it for myself. Like the story with the car mirror every time I put out the intention (grew the intention) the synch with a car mirror would come up. Then at a moment my daughter ran from the car and I ran in great pain to catch her I ended up running into a car and the exact spot the car hit my hip was the driver's mirror and it snapped and the perfect place for it to hit happened. So I don't believe in fads, I only believe in the smallest of points overlooked. Now how to get to that point is not by thinking about it, but rather by letting go of the problem and getting in the Spirit in this moment and living. You must live if You want life and looking at the problem is the opposite of what You want. With Pam's eyes we let go of the problem and just played and laughed about the synchs when they began to speak of the eyes of flies we did not get serious but continued to play until the answer was in front of us. This is important to me because after all that has happened Pam still wants to try fads rather than wait for a synch and I don't want to fill the cup, but rather remain open to Spirit on all our needs.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 5:38 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

dnatree wrote:
Pam still wants to try fads rather than wait for a synch and I don't want to fill the cup, but rather remain open to Spirit on all our needs.

I think something to consider here is, is Pam asking for your help with everything?

The letting go to let things work themselves out is a great idea, because it reduces the stress, and blindness caused by micro focusing (like wearing blinders).

Are you focusing so much on Pam’s needs that you are missing something?
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 6:12 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

I actually let her find out on her own and do not speak much about this but I am speaking of how I handle my own situation and she is learning from Spirit so I want to leave it to Spirit. The more mutual she gets with my intentions things seem to work better for her. Much of what she does is a habit from her past realities. She realises what I mean by this but also knows that if You believe something enough it will work.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 15, 2009 5:56 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

Finally got to watch the movie. It was very much my synchs with all of this.

Some quotes

Don't worry, were almost there.

The Franciscan stands alone.

"The first father sacrificed himself for the tree of life.”

forgive me First Father, I did not know it was YOU.

Our thoughts during the movie:

Grief is great passion

Pam had feelings from the Movie Pan's Labyrinth
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 19, 2009 6:12 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

Google trends with trees is a heartbeat because of Christmas and something around May.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 12, 2009 6:42 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

I just don't know where to start with the wonderful synchs of late. But back in 1993 at the moment that "She is even now at the door" which meant MY LIFE, I was having synchs with the name Victoria and "She comes to me in many forms" this is related to the freshness of Spirit. Now of late I have been having synchs with Emma whiich means "complete" and then the book I have been reading about Jung and Hesse I find this tale.
Piktor's Metamorphosis

That night at Mr. Ceccarelli's inn I read the small book which Hesse had given me.

It was the story of a young man, Piktor, who had entered Paradise and found himself standing before a tree which represented both Man and Woman.

He gazed at it with wonder and then asked, 'Are you the Tree of Life?'

The tree made no reply, but instead the Serpent appeared, and so Piktor continued on his way. He examined everything with care and was delighted with what he saw.

As he walked along, he saw another tree which represented the Sun and the Moon.

'Perhaps you are the Tree of Life?' he asked.

The Sun seemed to laugh in affirmation, and the Moon smiled.

All about Piktor were clumps of wild flowers. They seemed to have faces like people, and some laughed richly and understandingly, while others swayed in a light-hearted manner. Still others neither moved nor laughed; they were sombre and sunk into themselves, as though drunk with their own perfume.

Some of the flowers sang to Piktor: one sang him the wistful song of the lilacs, another a dark blue lullaby.

One flower had eyes like hard sapphire; another reminded him of his first love; still another made him recall his mother's voice when he had wandered with her as a child in the gardens at home.

Most of the flowers were gaily laughing, and one stuck out her tongue at him. It was a little pink tongue, and Piktor leaned down to touch it. When he did, he met the wild bitter taste of wine and honey, and he knew that it was the kiss of a woman.

Alone amongst all these flowers, Piktor was overwhelmed by a mixed feeling of nostalgia and fear. His heart was beating rapidly as though anxious to respond to the rhythms of the place.

Piktor then saw a bird lying on the grass a little distance away. The bird had feathers like a peacock reflecting all the colours of the spectrum. Piktor was overwhelmed by the beauty of the bird, and so he approached and asked, 'Where can one find happiness?'

'Happiness?' replied the bird, 'Happiness is everywhere - in the mountains and the valleys and in every flower.'

The bird then stretched its neck and shook its feathers before settling back motionless. Suddenly Piktor realized that the bird had been transformed into a flower. The feathers had become leaves and the claws, roots.

Piktor looked down in astonishment, and then almost immediately, the flower began to move its leaves. It had already grown tired of being a flower and began to float languidly up into the air. It had turned in a butterfly, and was a blaze of pure, floating colour.

To Piktor's increasing amazement, this happy bird-flower-butterfly flew about him in circles. After a while it glided to the earth like a snowflake and remained trembling by Piktor’s feet.

For a moment, its wings fluttered, and then suddenly was transformed into a crystal radiating a deep red light. It glistened on the grass with fantastic brilliance.

As Piktor gazed down upon it, it seemed to be gradually disappearing into the ground, as though it were being drawn into the very centre of the earth.

Just as it was about to vanish, Piktor reached down and grasped it. He held it tightly in his hand, because it seemed a talisman for every adventure in the world.

At that moment the Serpent slid down from a nearby tree and whispered into Piktor's ear, 'This jewel can turn you into anything you want to be. But tell it your wish quickly, before it disappears.'

Afraid of losing the opportunity, Piktor whispered the secret word to the stone, and suddenly he was transformed into a tree. Piktor had always wanted to be tree, because he admired their strength and serenity.

Soon he felt his roots sink into the earth and his branches reach towards the sky. New leaves and branches sprouted from his trunk, and he was content. His thirsty roots absorbed the water from the earth, and his branches were cooled by the languid air of the forest. Insects lived in his bark, and a porcupine took shelter at his feet.

In the forest of Paradise in which he stood, he observed the continuing metamorphosis that took place round about him. He watched flowers become precious stones, or turn themselves into birds. He saw a neighbouring tree suddenly transform itself into a brook. Another became a crocodile, yet a third turned into a fish and swam off full of gaiety and happiness.

All of creation took part in this game of change; elephants became rocks; giraffes, huge flowering trees.

In the midst of all this change, Piktor alone remained the same. When he began to realize his condition, he lost happiness, and little by little he began to grow old, taking that tired, absent look that one can observe in many old trees.

Nor is this phenomenon confined to trees; horses and dogs and even human beings begin to disintegrate with time and to lose their beauty because they have lost the gift of metamorphosis. They end their days in sadness and worry.

A long time afterwards, a little girl with blonde hair lost her way while dancing through Paradise. She wore a blue dress and sang gaily as she skipped along.

Her presence was eagerly noticed by other creatures in the forest; the bushes reached out towards her with their branches, and many trees threw down fruit for her. But the young girl ignored their attentions.

At length she came into the little clearing where Piktor stood
as a tree.

When Piktor looked down at her, he was struck by a deep feeling of nostalgia and an immense desire to seize happiness before it was too late.

He felt as though his whole being were commanding him to concentrate on the meaning of his existence and to force it to the surface of his consciousness.

He recalled his past life, his years as a man before he entered Paradise. And he particularly remembered the time when he had held the magic jewel in his hands, because at that moment, with all changes possible, he had been most alive.

He then recalled the bird and the gay tree which had represented the Sun and the Moon and as he did so he realized how fatal the Serpent's advice had been.

The girl sensed the restless movement of Piktor's leaves and branches, and when she looked up, she felt strangely disquieted. She sat in the shade, and intuitively began to understand that the tree was lonely and sad, while at the same time realizing that there was something noble in its total isolation.

Leaning against the rough tree trunk, she sensed something of the turmoil that was going on in Piktor's being, and she too started to tremble in an inexplicable passion.

Soon she was weeping, and as the tears fell on her dress, she wondered why it was that suffering existed. In her own solitude, she felt herself reaching out in compassion for the lonely tree.

Sensing her feelings, Piktor gathered all the forces of his life and directed them towards the young girl. He realised now how monstrous the Serpent's deception had been and how foolishly he had acted. Now as a single tree, he was overwhelmed with the vision of the tree that was man and woman together.

Just then, a green bird with red wings drew near and circled round the tree. The girl watched its flight and saw something bright and luminous fall from its beak into the nearby grass. She leaned over to pick it up and found that it was a precious carbuncle.

She had hardly held the stone for a moment when the confused thoughts that had troubled her vanished, and she was overcome by a single desire. In a moment of ecstasy, she became one with the tree and was transformed into a new branch which grew out towards the heavens.

Now everything was perfect, and the world was in order. In that moment, Paradise had been found. Piktor was no longer a solitary old tree, but was fulfilled and complete and bore a new name which he called Piktoria.

And thus he sang out, loud and clear, the word 'Piktoria!' And this phrase also signified 'Victoria' or Victory.

At long last, he had been transformed, and he realized the truth of eternal metamorphosis, because he had been changed from a half to a whole.

From then on, he knew he would be able to transform himself as often as he liked. The force of continuing creation was now released within him, and he knew he could renew himself as a star or a fish or a cloud or a bird.

But he also realized that whatever form he took would be a whole, and that in each image he would be a pair; he had both the Sun and the Moon within him, and he was at once Man and Woman.

That evening in Montagnola, when I finished reading the book and glanced once again at the drawings it contained, I thought of a phrase which Hesse himself had written only the year before: 'In their old age, some men have the gift of once again experiencing the paradisiacal state of their childhood.'

That I realized, was the key to the seemingly ingenuous tale of Piktor.

It was really a vision of Paradise regained.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 12, 2009 6:47 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

Romans 8:26
In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groans that words cannot express.

I had a great adventure at La Purisima where I ate at a picnic table and later had synchs about how the cells ask for what they need and the tube of intention that delivers via hunger and taste. Poetry of the process.

I loved the adobe building technique and today I have to go to Petaluma and remembered that I wanted to go the the Petaluma Adobe Park.

Have had so many synchs but am having trouble finding time to post all the experiences.

Other synchs: Gas leak at the La Purisima and on tv right now.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 16, 2009 3:03 am    Post subject:Reply with quote

As I drove home from Lompoc on 11/11/09 I was listening to an AM talk show that was very interesting about two subjects. One was the Greening of the Military and their fuel use. And the other was the use of fantasy in personal spirituality and that there should be 6 billion personal religions derived from our own Spirit and imagination. Then in this book I have been having synchs with I found the same thing two days later. The bold section is almost a quote of the synch on the radio.

"Words are really a mask" he said. " they rarely express the true meaning; in fact they tend to hide it. If you can live in fantasy [in imagination], then you don’t need religion, since with fantasy you can understand that after death, man is reincorporated in the Universe

The night before Hesse died he wrote again of the tree.

The Tree - H. Hesse's last poem


The Rustling of a Broken Branch

The broken, splintered branch
hanging year after year,
dryly rattles its song in the wind;
without foliage, without bark,
it is barren and faded.
Tired of living too long,
tired of dying too long,
its song is hard and tenacious;
it sounds arrogant, hiding the fear.

One more Summer.
Another long Winter.

H. Hesse

Another quote is
A message that can only be percieved, not interpreted.

Another reference to Piktor that I really like is

'Piktor contains them all; he is all that and something else besides. . . .'

'You mean that he is Siddhartha's river,' I asked, 'the eternal river of forms, of Maya?

In Jim Carrey's Christmas Carol the Spirit of Christmas Past was a candle, and the Spirit of Christmas Present was Joy!
One of my synchs I have been following of late is about the Stories of old/ including the bible showed a pattern about a life or a nation. That pattern is a light to the individual. When YOU and I began to have history, the light that it shined was Your true nature always starting new with me, and welcoming me into Your sanctuary. So are the volume of our moments in synchronicity.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 8:52 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

Just want to put forth the intention I have held for many years regarding Christmas and the Tree as the gifts are ON THE TREE and my intentions for gifts of synchronicity during the season.

Intentions Grow Like a Tree


this path of synchronicity leads to the revelation of the Seventh Seal itself. It is not what you think, but you will not be disappointed, and you will learn the greatest secret by which the multitudes have been duped since the beginning of the Christian Era.

Cake synchs
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 9:14 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

That is pretty!

I would like to get some of those new LED Christmas lights and do that to a tree in the woods here! Very Happy
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 20, 2009 8:20 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

Walking at the sanctuary I have many of the synchs of late coming together. I would like to use the news post a few days ago about the "Wrecking Ball of death" to illustrate what the Spirit has been saying to me lately. Many have lost love ones lately and all will loose everyone eventually to death. What is Life saying about death to me right now.

For me, the question seriously arose a few years ago when my dad died. And then a year ago my best friend was diagnosed with cancer. "What I have learned from this," he told me, "is that the apparent normalcy of our everyday lives is a sham." To him and others, death is the great wrecking ball rolling down the corridor, threatening to wreck all our past accomplishments, present projects, and future plans.

Therefore I/life break Your heart that You might become passionate about what is truly life that lives beyond death.

I was standing on the bridge with Pam and the Spirit was speaking through our experience together and our experience with the Spirit.

Three colors Bridge

The Pallet of colors that make up this reality

I always love to pick out the three colors that make up a certain pallet

Here is more about the colors in a pallet

At the end of the bridge I came upon a fellow reading the Psalms as he walked in this sanctuary. He used these colored leaves to divide the pages and spoke of appreciation regarding creation.

Knowing YOU and remembering YOU, that YOU might likewise remember me.

Remember, remember,,, why is this so important.

Like the last supper before his death he said when You do this You remember my death,,, until I come again.

Luke 23:42 42Then he said, "Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.[a]"

43Jesus answered him, "I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise."

I will still be here
As long as you hold me
In your memory

When your dreams have ended
Time can be transcended
Just remember me

I am the one star
That keeps burning so brightly
It is the last light
To fade into the rising sun
I'm with you whenever
You tell my story
For I am all I've done

I will still be here
As long as you hold me
In your memory
Remember me…

I am that one voice
In the cold wind that whispers
And if you listen
You'll hear me call across the sky
As long as I still can
Reach out and touch you
Then I will never die

I'll never leave you
If you will only
Remember me…

(Remember me…)

I will still be here
As long as you hold me
In your memory

When your dreams have ended
Time can be transcended
I live forever
Remember me
Remember me

Josh Groban-remember me

How we go on

The ideas of this life lived eternally

You are Source Energy that has projected
a part of itself forward into this physical experience.
But you did not project all of you
into this physical experience,
just an idea of you.

The more I see YOU/Spirit, the more I see this life is eternal. The treasure of experience.

To be remembered by YOU is eternal life.

My father's nickname was Uncle Buddy
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 8:06 pm    Post subject: The Eternal Tree and the AvatarReply with quote

We headed off to find a new place to walk and dream but when we looked at the time we realized that the sun would be setting very soon so we decided to go walk in Lodi. We ended up sharing a dinner plate and deciding to go watch Avatar.

It is like they have been reading Oroborus to make the movie over the past 15 years!
All I can say is for the Guy that is having Tree Synchs this one is beyond amazing. A world once again connected through the tree.

They even used the line in the movie that I was given by synchs about not being able to teach a person whose cup is already filled.

Movie Link
" we cannot teach you if your cup is already full"

One of my posts
The addiction to interpretations often results in a loss of true value in Spirit or loss of experience with Spirit as the cup is already believed full.

As I learned from synchronicities to not pay as much attention to relevance but to follow the synch and allow it to grow. Once I felt I knew "the answer" often the synch would stop because MY CUP WAS FULL. Once one feels their cup is full often the flow stops.

Everything in the movies spoke of what the synchs are saying.
The rendered world of Pandora is a living, breathing specimen, its web of tree roots serving as synapses to accept stimuli and issue responses.

Other parts of the movie were very related to what the west does to indigenous peoples.
They make enemies of folks as an excuse then to take what they want.

This movie was full of everything we have experienced relative to Spirit and nature and western civilisation.

Great part about the ancestors being in the tree.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 5:26 am    Post subject:Reply with quote

I saw Avatar today. Beautifully and expertly done from start to finish. Most people here will like it. hippie
The free 3D glasses are well made and comfortable, not flimsy paper.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 3:32 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

I loved it too. Spectacular images and special effects.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2010 3:18 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

Avatar is the most beautiful movie I have ever seen!

I also had many synchs leading up to it...The orbs, the spirit energy of orbs and the connectedness to the plants and nature, the connectedness of us to nature, we are all connected. What a wonderful journey!
"We deeply love the earth and all her inhabitants. And have taken every possible precaution and step to ensure the greatest love and respect for each and every soul who is residing here, along with the earth herself. " ....... Karen Bishop
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Yes I had not enjoyed a movie that much in a long time. Very full of connectedness and revealed the problems with western society brilliantly. I am surprised it has not been banned by the Fed.LOL
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2010 10:30 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

I also have been wondering how the authorities let such an awakening movie be made...lol

I think the messages of this movie will be reaching so many people who otherwise would not have been aware. And I wonder how my gun-ho military academy friends will feel about it.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 03, 2010 8:45 am    Post subject:Reply with quote

Have been having this synch for weeks but did not get a real good way to say it, but it is about all the folks that left or were taken in 2009 and how much that is in the news. About how folks are beginning to look at it and feel what it is meaning as the synchs have indicated for years would be the case. And about "one will be taken and another left" perhaps to remember and wonder after,,, and love,,, a great vacuum.

Felt the bursting of Birds like they are all startled at once into flight and then when Pam and I went to that bridge and there were blackbirds all around the sanctuary and they were bursting into flight like I felt.

Love sings always (A synch today)
Sets me to wondering and how when I follow the synchs it is like listening and dancing inside.

Been thinking about Humans and the intention to communicate related to the intention "I will Reach You".
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 8:47 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote

A friend wanted to go watch it in 3D so we went. It was very good again. This time I heard all the references to the importance of a STICK while the military thought that the trees were not important. Also my life was reminding me of the passion and intention of the indigenous people that do not have a veil or book to cause hesitation or a coffee cup to carry around to look important. All the energy is focused on the intention. Such a passion rises above the addictions of modern death.... umm I mean "modern life."

Spirit passion and intention is greater than training.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 03, 2010 8:14 pm    Post subject:Reply with quote


Bump for The Fountain.

At first I was thinking Cukoo were these people on acid? LOL, but stuck it out and it began to make sense. It's one of those deep emotional movies that stay with you for days and different parts come to mind throughout the days.

Love your interpretation, Freespirit. It brought me to tears when they talked about becoming the tree after death, and flying with the birds.

I thought the filmmakers were imaginative with creating the tree ship in the stars. When I watched the special features they said the tree ship and the bald Tom were of the future, but I had thought during the movie they meant his higher self, existing at the same time as his present life.
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