An Integral Cinema Christmas 2019

For those of you looking for an integral movie to go see at the theaters during the holiday season, look no further than the epic conclusion of the integrally-informed Star Wars Saga with:

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019)

(In theaters around the world

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is a masterpiece of integral-archetypal filmmaking completing the integrally-informed Star Wars Saga triple-trilogy journey with a visceral cinematic synergy that beautifully brings together multiple saga-wide storyworld streams to a wondrous crescendo. A must-see for integrally-informed Star Wars fans. Stay tuned for more on the movie and its integral cinematic underpinnings...


For those of you wanting to watch an integral movie this holiday season that integrally captures the spirit of the season check out these two films:

12 Dates of Christmas (2011)

(Available for streaming online at Amazon Prime, iTunes and Disney+)

The 12 Dates of Christmas is a sweet and sappy Christmas movie that uses the integrally-informed evolutionary time loop formula from Groundhog Day with a Christmas spin and a female main character; a cute little movie filled with holiday spirit and light on the outside and deep evolutionary patterns on the inside.

Dear Santa (2011)

(Available for streaming online at Amazon Prime, iTunes and Netflix)

Dear Santa is another sweet and sappy Christmas movie that follows a female character through her evolution during one holiday season. Our main character is swept into a period of accelerated development when a little girl's letter to Santa appears to magically find its way into her hands and sends her on an emotional journey that helps her evolve from being a egocentric spoiled ditsy rich girl to a more mature woman whose circle of care and concern has expanded to include all of humanity.

December 2019 Conscious Movie-of-the-Month

This month’s Conscious Movie-of-the-Month is Inception (2010)

Join us this month as we explore another groundbreaking evolutionary cinematic work, Inception (2010). This mind-bending cinematic journey into our dreams and the multiple layers of structures of consciousness inside our minds is the only cinematic work we have found that directly maps and experientially depicts the Worldview line of development. Inception gives us a visceral experience of these structures, including how they are transcended and included inside our field of consciousness.

For this Conscious Movie-of-the-Month event, in addition to our regular virtual chat about the film later in the month we will be posting an article on how the structures of consciousness are embedded in Inception. We will also provide a special viewing practice that can help make the film viewing a powerful transformative experience. This practice is designed to give us an embodied understanding of the structures of consciousness inside ourselves and in any moving image work.

If you have not seen Inception you can stream it online on most of the main streaming services or get a free rental from your local library. We recommend watching the film at least twice, the second time with the intention of seeing any patterns of consciousness you had not seen before. You can increase the transformative potential of the second viewing experience by reading the upcoming article and performing the special viewing practice beforehand. As always, you are also invited to share your thoughts, reflections and musings about the movie in our group's online discussion forum.

Find out more about our free virtual discussion on February 22nd HERE.