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Review of Kymatica

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What needs to happen for us to make drastic changes in our lives? Kymatica is a film that bluntly states who is responsible for change on our planet.   It's not in changing Wall Street, nor is it in getting the government to be nice by giving us benefits while putting Wall Street in its place.   The change has to happen within me and in you.   This message is behind most of the deeper spiritual traditions that haven't been organized into theological and philosophical mirrors of the political Kings, Queens and Despots that they have risen to power.   Rather, the ultimate power is in you and me.   The message to this movie is very similar to a 90's documentary that aired on PBS called, "The Day the Universe Changed."   It really isn't about the universe changing; it's a matter of us changing.   Or, as Jesus Christ used to admonish His followers through lines like "O' Ye of Little Faith".  


What we have effectively done is surrendered our power over to what we perceive as the ruling classes throughout the ages.   What we have to do now is take the power back.   BUT, we cannot take it back through occupying Wall Street, or any street at all.   It's going to be by taking back our minds, our bodies and our Souls.   Yes, I'm saying, and Kymatica is saying, we need to change.   All the demonstrations in the world aren't going to do it.   All that's going to happen is that we will stay stuck in the same power structures.   And, the Devil, as he may, will do naught except change his face and name.

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The universe changes when you change.   Change begins at home.   It does not occur in Washington D.C., nor does change occur in the streets of New York.   As Jesus Christ says in the Gospel of Thomas,


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"If you seek the Kingdom in the Heavens,

Then surely the birds in the air will precede you there.

If you seek the Kingdom in the Seas,

Then surely the fish in the waters will precede you there.


Seek the Kingdom within yourself and without."

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Or as the Hindu Upanishads states,


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Burl Hall is a retired counselor who is living in a Senior Citizen Housing apartment. Burl has one book to his credit, titled "Sophia's Web: A Passionate Call to Heal our Wounded Nature." For more information, search the book on Amazon. (more...)

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