We all have different reactions to movies. Really paying attention to those unique responses is a yoga, or practice. Tav Sparks says we can learn a lot about ourselves just by watching movies with our inner Awareness Positioning System, turned on. Once we know how to look for it, we can discover our own lives playing out in film, frame by frame. Not only can we do this, we can have fun doing it while enjoying ourselves in the theater, on the couch, and talking it over with our movie buddies. Sparks talks about his passion for movies, describes a template that applies to every film, and inspires us to look at movies in a brand new way.
"Movies have absolutely blessed my life. For me, movie theaters aren't just popcorn and M&M hide-outs. They are temples. They are altars. They are the halls of mystery. They've become the sanctuary where I go to find myself, to change, to grow. And lose myself, too, to die and be reborn. Who would have thought? One of my most intense passions, movies, has given me over and over again crystal clear glimpses of a wholeness within me, and all kinds of clues about how to make the odyssey toward that wholeness."
~ Tav Sparks