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The Secret (Extended Edition) 2006 NR CC

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The new "extended edition" of this ground-breaking feature length movie presentation reveals The Great Secret of the universe.

Bob Proctor, Joe Vitale
1 hour, 33 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Documentary
Director Drew Heriot
Starring Bob Proctor, Joe Vitale
Supporting actors John Assaraf, Loral Langemeier, Marie Diamond, Michael Beckwith, Jack Canfield, Bob Doyle, Mike Dooley, Lisa Nichols, Bill Harris, John Hagelin, John Demartini, Fred Alan Wolf, Denis Waitley, Marci Shimoff, Ben Johnson, James Arthur Ray, David Schirmer, John Gray
Studio Prime Time
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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86 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Simple Seeker on March 27, 2007
Format: DVD
Let's take a look at The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of "The Secret".

First ...

THE GOOD: If you think your life just happens to you, perhaps watching The Secret will open your thought to new possibilities. You might find some concepts that can and will improve your present experience, make you a better person to live with and help you to experience more of the good in others.

It won't spoil the video if I tell you that "The Secret" is "The Law of Attraction". The basic concept is that you will attract into your experience whatever you focus on. This is self-evident to most people, but The Secret explores this phenominon in depth and in an admittedly very entertaining way.

Any true seeker will find *some* useful idea in almost any book or presentation of this kind -- and sometimes where it is least expected. So, it is with "The Secret".

While most folks who watch The Secret will focus on the "good" things The Secret will help them to "get", what I found most helpful was the reverse.

A lot of unhappiness results from focusing on the negative, and the concept of withdrawing your attention from those negative things that you don't want more of in your experience is very well covered.

This does not mean that you ignore something you can help to improve. You simply put your energy into the positive opposite. For example, you would focus on promoting peace instead of protesting war. And, you refuse to "feed" those phenomena you do not wish to see strengthened by your attention to them.

This concept might seem abstract, wrong or even dangerous to some pragmatic thinkers, but I have seen tangible positive results in my experience by refusing to focus on negative phenomena.
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745 of 859 people found the following review helpful By DC on February 28, 2007
Format: DVD
With all the hype about The Secret, I was eager to find out what everyone was talking about. I bought both the DVD and the CD set and watched with great anticipation.

Perhaps because I have studied and utilized for over 2 decades some of the most powerful mindset tools, processes and technologies for creating what you want, my expectations may have been skewed compared to those who have never heard of or applied such concepts as the law of attraction.

That is not to say the DVD/CD does not have value. I am sure there are people whose lives have been changed by it. I think they did an outstanding marketing job. An outstanding "packaging" job in creating The Secret. The attraction principles do work, and they provided a great introduction to those who have not been exposed to them before.

For me personally, my first disappointment was the fact that what was dramatically (and cleverly) built up as "a secret" - which to me something you know that I don't - was hardly a secret. These principles have been around for centuries, have been mainstream for decades, with thousands of books, seminars, etc. covering the same principles. I don't appreciate books, tapes, etc. that overpromise and under deliver. So, to me, hardly a secret.

My second disappointment was the lack of depth around the subject matter. If you want more in-dpeth and leading edge info about how our thoughts create our reality, invest in the DVD "What the Bleep?" It offers fascinating leading edge quantum physics principles, along with great animation explaining in simple layman terms, why and how we create our realities. In fact, some of the scientists on The Secret *first* appeared in "What the Bleep?" I almost felt when I was watching The Secret, that they copied "What the Bleep?
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248 of 286 people found the following review helpful By Inkhorn VINE VOICE on February 22, 2007
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As you go through life, the secret of life is hiding in plain sight, until one day the Law of Attraction tumbles into your awareness, as it did into my life about two years ago.

In my case I followed the Huna Philosophy, and one of the seven rules is energy flows where attention goes. In the Bible, and teachings of Buddha the principle is also contained. Mark 11.24 Whatsoever ye desire, believe that ye have it, and it is yours. So, I watched this movie featuring the eminent teachers of the LOA, not expecting to add much to my store of knowledge. Much to my surprise, I did learn a lot from this movie, and on that basis I highly recommend it.

Before watching this movie I knew that my thoughts created my reality. The missing link for me was the importance of feelings. When you feel good, good things tend to come to you, and when you feel bad, you attract bad things. So, it is important to have better ways of looking at situations, and then you will attract better situations. The other concept that impressed me was importance of gratitude. Gratitude rocks.

If you wish to buy a good book on the subject, I recommend The law of Attraction by Michael Losier, and, Ask and it is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks. My favorite quote from the movie: 'What you think and feel, and what you manifest is always a match. Every single time. No exception' Esther Hicks. My other favorite quote: 'Your wish is my command.' The Universe.

My own insight from watching this movie came from the Gratitude segment, and also ties in with the Huna: To be grateful is to appreciate, to appreciate is to love, and to love is to be happy with.
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