DrMickaelleDougherty | May 31, 2010 | 3 likes, 0 dislikes
This film is an adaptation of Gopi Krishna's last book, The Way to Self-Knowledge, published in 1985. Channeled from the Cosmic Mind, it contains a powerful prophecy. It is also a handbook for accelerating brain evolution. These inspired ideas are crucial to our survival in the context of the growing nuclear threat and other environmental disasters. When humanity begins to understand that the brain is still evolving with the target of a Super Mind, the current mad race for wealth and power will start to slow down. The exploration of factors that can accelerate our evolution, as well as current obstacles, can be a unifying factor in a project for the collective good. When it is understood that everything we think and do has an impact on the brain's evolution, a revision will occur on all fronts, diminishing the effects of greed and prejudice. The laws governing our evolutionary ascent, described time and again by enlightened seers, are the same forces guarding the rise and fall of civilizations.
For invaluable footage of Gopi Krishna interviews, please go to: http://www.youtube.com/polariskrf
Production of this film was initiated in response to 9/11. It is currently being posted on YouTube in a heartfelt response to the dangers of misguided technology, as currently exemplified by the horrors of the BP oil spill.
This is only half the original book. Selections were chosen based on what felt most urgent to convey at the time. Please know that this does compromise the literary integrity of the work.
Animation: Red McGann
Cast: Catherine, Rosemary Cohen, Kim Dougherty, Mika Dougherty, Holly Gutman, Jody Harrison, Thomas Honeck, Tim Kardel, Gene Kieffer, Michelle Mazzarino, Christian McCracken, Kelly Mercado, Malcolm C. Murray, Shereza Nasir, Abigail Pantaleone, Jessica Richman, Katelyn Santiago, Stephanie Schwartz, Shetal Shaw, Marc Pierre Stewart, Tony "Sweet Tee" Thompson, Chelsea Woods
Produced, edited and directed by Mickaelle Dougherty in creative and technical alliance with Kim Dougherty.
Music by MIKAKIM