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The Living Matrix movie review

There’s a documentary movie, released in 2009, called “The Living Matrix
”. As some other movies in the field before, it is a mix of documentary, interviews and computer graphics. The movie’s focus is what’s called energy or alternative medicine.


The movie interviews a list of notable guests, some of whom appeared in other movies, such as What the Bleep!? and my recently reviewed Something Unknown. The list of guests include:

The movie also includes numerous stories told by people who recovered from difficult diseases using alternative medicine and the power of intention.

The movie presents of picture where the human is body is described not only being controlled by chemicals and DNA but also by our intentions, intra-cellular communication in the form of biophotons and other effects that are on the fringe of science. It does not speak about parapsychology, or psi as “Something Unknown” movie by Renée Scheltema does.

If you are interested in the alternative medicine, especially in finding scientific explanations to some of its possible explanations of effectiveness, I can recommend “The Living Matrix
”.

   

 

 

4 Comments

  1. This is a great film. thanks for sharing and spreading this information.

  2. I learned so much from the article.I gained so much information
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  3. Thanks for information!

  4. I’m impressed by the level of expertise covered in this film. I’d like to add this site: http://www.richardgpettymd.com as one that really stands behind the idea of integrative healing, incorporating lifeforce energy and other aspects of healing.

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