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59 of 63 people found the following review helpful
on April 8, 2008
The nature of consciousness, soul and spirit are some of the topics explored in the fascinating film. Opinions and personal experiences are offered from a variety of sources including author Don Miguel Ruiz, (The Four Agreements), popular theoretical physicist, Fred Allen Wolf, (The Secret), and hypnotic regression experts, (Linda Backman and Linda Gabriel), who regress subjects, taking them to that spirit space that happens between incarnations. The existence of a 'popular theoretical physicist' and the success of films like 'The Secret' and 'What the Bleep' suggest that the conversation surrounding what used to be considered on the fringe, is fast becoming part of an ongoing cultural dialogue. In one of many enlightening outtakes, Skip Atwater, (former U.S. Intelligence officer and Remote Viewing expert, and Monroe Institute Research Director), observes this 'consciousness of consciousness'. Going beyond a strict 'talking heads' format, the film utilizes dramatizations that help the viewer to better see what the experts are talking about. The combination should prove appealing to those new to these topics, while broadening the knowledge base of 'Secret Junkies'. Entertaining and a must have for any metaphysical (and quantum physics) library.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful
on April 19, 2008
It seems like most of the spiritually oriented films / dvds coming my way these days seem to be associated with or referring to 'The Law of Attraction' or getting what you want... It was refreshing to find something that addressed an entirely different element of spirituality/metaphysics. I enjoyed the diversity of the people featured and walked away with a feeling of expansion and satisfaction with what i'd viewed. Nothing shoved down my throat either. Always like that.
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful
on April 2, 2008
Spirit space literally took you to a new world...it clearly showed that we have multiple lives and we are responsible for our own choices and how each lifetime teaches us to better ourselves, through positive thinking and connecting our lives with the universe. So when we move forward we learn from them in order to pass on to the next dimension. The film gave an excellent graphic representation of the theory and was backed by actual facts, which makes it very solid. I highly recommend it to anyone who's searching for answers to why we are on this planet.

Saba Moor-Doucette & Sunil Sadarangani
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on February 17, 2010
I watched this over and over and over...since I got it a few weeks ago! BRAVO!
I am a total enthusiast on these subjects and own What the Bleep Quantum Edition, The Secret, hundreds of talks/titles from The Spiritual Cinema, Hay House... Books by Greg Bradin, Dean Radin, Fred Allan Wolff, Edgar Mitchell and almost every other person featured in these docs. The Spirit Space is right up top with the best of all of them.
The subject was insightful, respectful, intelligent and educational... I LOVED IT. It now sits on the first row on my collection right beside ?Bleep on down. A MUST HAVE! 5 Stars
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on February 6, 2010
Great film. This film does not claim to be proof for reincarnation, OBE's, past lives or life after death but it does a great job in telling the viewer that something more than we can perceive is happening and their are ways for us to discover what these other perceptions could possibly be for ourselves. The movie kept my attention with neat easy to understand imagery and interesting points of views from different walks of life such as author Miguel Ruiz, or quantum physicist, Dr. Fred Alan Wolf, and even lunar astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell just to name a few. This video has a long shelf life as you can see by so few people attempting to sale used DVDs.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on February 3, 2010
This movie was an unexpected delight. There were a few parts of the movie that where off the beaten path, and that was refreshing. The path to enlightenment is a personal one, and can only be truly experienced alone; funny thing is once experienced alone becomes allone. If you are a fan of The Secret and the What The Bleep Do We Know series you are sure to love Spirit Space - it truly is a journey into your consciousness. Fred Alan Wolf is sure to please he's always so vibrant and it was nice seeing Don Miguel Ruiz, (The Four Agreements) again it's been years.

Thanks for making this movie!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on September 15, 2009
I ordered this movie on Amazon and really enjoyed the thought provoking 1.5 hrs spent watching it. I particularly enjoyed the interviews with the people talking about their past lives. Because of their past life regressions at the Monroe Institute, they were able to recall some of their lives.

One interviewee, I think her name was Eden, actually started to get teary-eyed when she told the audience about her life in Japan at the end of WW2 when she and her newborn baby were forced to jump into the ocean in the nuclear firestorms. She uncomfortably told us that she died by drowning in that lifetime. I found all the story's credible except maybe one. A young man said he remembered one lifetime as a whale. He recalled how he was hunted and killed with harpoons. I only say his story wasn't credible to me because of a personal feeling I have that human souls and animal souls have different spiritual destiny pathways. But hey, none of us have all the answers and who am I to question this guys past life regression?

I also enjoyed how they did the simple but effective reenactments of people passing over to the other side and how they are greeted by their relatives or spirit guides. Also discussed and shown is the loving guidance of the Council of Elders in helping souls get ready for the next incarnation.

If you have an open mind and aren't too caught up in the need for scientific proof or religous dogma, you might very well like this production.
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on July 14, 2008
Depending on where you are on your journey...
I would say it is a good DVD for people at the begining of self exploration, with a growing thirst for spiritual awareness. It makes you question, wonder, consider possibilities. Maybe some pictures or words will trigger something critical in you. Maybe not at all. I was personnally disappointed with the content (not much) while I expected to be stimulated like I was with "What the bleep down the rabbit hole" (extended version) which I found great. Nevertheless, with this DVD it was good to appreciate the feeling that indeed some part of humanity is awakening as many teachers/explorers from different backgrounds participate openly to the discussions.
Concerning the kind of experiences discussed in the DVD, I was much more deeply impacted by a book I have recently read : "When the impossible happens, adventures in non ordinary realities" by Stanislav Grof, one of the most experienced scientist in the field of consciousness applied to psychology. For it helped me trusting the tranformation process I have been going through the past months, integrating non ordinary states of consciousness more peacefully, states that I used to find so daunting because so challenging from the perspective of a conventionnal scientific way of thinking/perceiving reality (was I going nut? :-). Stan Grof insists on the nature of what he calls "spiritual emergencies" to describe some states that are still seen as psychosis/insanity by mainstream psychiatry for instance. So very helpful, because the awakening process is not so easy...
As for the stimulation of the debate concerning what is consciousness, I can only quote the beautiful words of J. Kornfield : "I love Grof's wild and true stories, an amazing scientist, he offers a vast, mysterious perspective that opens our minds like a huge stary sky."
That which "Spirit space" didn't trigger as I imagined it would.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on January 22, 2009
Very interesting and informative doc that really makes you think...
The experts that are interviewed are top notch and credible.

Very well produced and makes for an "easy viewing" without a lot of complicated terminology that has you reaching for a dictionary or rewinding(^:

I watched it 4 times already.

Tim S.
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19 of 25 people found the following review helpful
I was looking forward to recieving this DVD very much, but i would not have bought it had i known how little content there is. Also, the DVD was loose inside it's cover from New Zealand to Norway, i'm amazed my DVD player even accepted it, being so scratched up. So i was not impressed (although the quick delivery did impress me).

My hope was that this could be a movie that gave some new angles on spirit, thought and how these might relate to quantum cohersion. Or hopefully some hard evidence from tests done by scientists on meditation and positive thinking. I know it works from personal experience, but it's always easier to share these things if you can back it up with a documentary based on facts.

Since Fred Alan Wolf takes part in the movie, i figured it would have some scientific backing. But to my shock and horror-- Wolf starts talking about how he wakes up in someone-elses body, watching them pee(!) How exactly does this help the spiritual community? This is the stuff lunatic fringe novels are made from. Wolf seems to be a fun and lively guy, both smart and mad at the same time (like most scientists) - but this time he went to far for my taste. True or not, you have to at least introduce a context where these things can be understood. Otherwise it's fairy land from beginning to end.

I gave it two stars because it does have an uplifting message: Believe you can do it, and life responds! And that message is important. And i think the movie is a good idea on behalf of the makers. They show initiative - but fail's to back it up with any serious bridge-work. That needs to be done before you claim the title: spirit space.

All in all - i didn't mind watching it, and i dont mind supporting a good cause. But if this was a rental, i would never have rented it again.

A good idea, some nice sequences. That's it.
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