July 14, 2005 at 6:18 pm #98217TeenaSeeParticipant
I don’t think it’s on anymore but it’s called Dead Like Me. I saw it at the movie store and took home the first DVD in the series. Wow, very bizarre outtake on the afterlife! But it does reaffirm some beliefs of mine… that “angels/guides” are present when we pass and take our souls out of harms way. :angel2:August 25, 2005 at 1:38 pm #100036BeckieParticipant
Hi, I was catching up on some of these cool discussions and came upon this one. I now have a long list of movies that I want to see, thanks! I have to say that my very favorite movie is “Dragonfly” – what a wonderful “Afterlife” movie! I was so moved by it.September 3, 2005 at 4:17 pm #100315Anonymous
Truly, Madly, Deeply made me cry!!
There is an oldie called “The Uninvited.” Classic spook story with a message of deep love.
How about “Defending Your Life,” starring and written by Albert Brooks. I don’t agree with the terms of the defense but the whole set-up of the celestrial way station is wonderful. Gives us something to think about. Shirley MacLaine pops up at the Hall of Records!September 4, 2005 at 10:34 am #100323welshfanParticipant
Dear phils gail,I was wondering if the film “what dreams may come” had anything to do in it showing what age a child might show themselves years after they passed as I once asked John Edward if a child passed and it was years later the parents passed,what age would the child show themselves.He told me to watch a film which had the word dream in it.I didnt write it down as I was in shock talking to John.I only just joined so I havnt mastered fancy graphics yet so please excuse my boring letter.I loving site!September 4, 2005 at 11:31 am #100324GailParticipant
That is a very good spiritual movie and I highly recommend it. Welcome.:)
I’ve heard John say that children who cross over can choose to appear at any age, the age they were when they crossed or the age they would be now. The soul does not have a physical age.
Your post is fine.September 11, 2005 at 4:00 pm #100421AmicaParticipant
Hi Welshfan –
Yes, the movie “What Dreams May Come” does deal with it, as well as many many other “questions”. It’s a fabulous movie…a definite must-see :-)
For everyone, I’d like to recommend a book called “The Force Is With You: Mystical Movie Messages That Inspire Our Lives”, by Stephen Simon. It’s a terrific book about “spiritual cinema”, describing what exactly it is, and has a terrificly long list of some of the most spiritual movies of all time.October 6, 2005 at 3:47 am #101138AliciaMarieParticipant
I was a fan of Showtime’s short lived t.v. show ‘Dead Like Me’ about a girl who dies and becomes a Grim Reaper. I also enjoyed The Others, The Sixth Sense and Dragonfly. I’m sure there’s many more that I’m forgetting, but my mind is blank as of right now. :PJanuary 4, 2006 at 2:57 am #102555GailParticipant
Ok, you are all reading but not posting :shrug: so I will add a few spiritual shows to the list. :)
“Joan of Arcadia”, I loved it. I don’t know why it was taken off the air.
“Medium”, of course.
“Ghost Whisperer”, also of course. :)January 4, 2006 at 7:15 pm #102572Anonymous
Ghost Whisper ! ;)January 6, 2006 at 7:14 pm #102594paigeParticipant
One of my top ten most important contributions to spiritual development:
“What the ‘Bleep’ Do We Know?”
Check it out!
p.February 11, 2006 at 5:36 pm #103262paigeParticipant
“The Song of Bernadette” – 1943 Jennifer Jones, Charles Bickford, Lee J. Cobb and Vincent Price. (Based on the novel by Franz Werfel)
This movie was in a box of movies given to me a few years back. Very humbling.
p.:love:February 12, 2006 at 7:23 am #103265prairie flowerParticipant
One of my favourite movies is Ghost, but now enjoy watching weekly series of Ghost Whisperer and Medium.
:hearts:February 14, 2006 at 4:30 am #103283DeegaParticipant
I also love the movie Ghost. And really enjoy the weekly series of Medium and Ghost Whisperer.June 5, 2006 at 7:40 pm #105573enlightenmeParticipant
ok, I posted a movie somewhere else in this site before I figured out all the categories. Gotta say, I am new to the terminology (about I guess a year or so now), and some of the movies mentioned I have seen and resonated with. Some messages I understood, but a few movies you have here I never really thought why I liked them, it was a real eye opener. There’s only 3 here I don’t think I’ve seen, so I’m gonna look for them!
“IF ONLY” is an excellent movie and is new to DVD. It wasn’t in theaters very long that I remember.
I pick it because it is a current movie that maybe alot of you might not know about, and can actually go rent it. The message is mostly about CAV and Love but there’s a TON of other stuff in it too! I’m not gonna spoil it for anybody. I’ve watched it 4 times now and can’t get through it without crying.
the plot doesn’t do it justice…
starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and Paul Nicholls
He loved her like there was no tomorrow.
After his impetuous musician girlfriend, Samantha (Hewitt), dies in an accident shortly after they had a fight (and nearly broke up), a grief-stricken British businessman, Ian Wyndham (Nicholls), living in London gets a chance to relive the day all over again, in the hope of changing the events that led up to her getting killed…
I will also include another movie because it has the message about whatever is suppossed to happen will, but how we get there is upto us (free will). It is also humorous. The taglines from IMDB sum it up nicely.
starring John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale
Can Once In A Lifetime Happen Twice?
Destiny With A Sense Of Humor.
Sometimes True Love Can Have More Than One Face
No name. No address. Just fate.
When Love Feels Like Magic, It’s called Destiny. When Destiny Has A Sense of Humor, It’s Called Serendipity.
The love of your life could be in line for popcorn…..July 6, 2006 at 7:20 pm #106387healergirlParticipant
I love your icon – is that Felix the Cat – the wonderful wonderful cat!
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