Sep 102013

Today we bring the list of the best five movies and documentaries that you should add to your collection – you can find them online (probably even for free), and we really hope you’ll like them!

1. The Secret

The first one on the list, because it’s what most people think of when someone mentions a LOA movie ūüôā¬†The Secret¬†is a documentary made in 2006, produced by Rhonda Byrne, the author of a book with the same title. It presents the interviews with leading authors, philosophers, scientists, with an in-depth discussion of the law of attraction. This documentary, as the title suggests, presents “the secret” that those in positions of power have worked hard to keep from the public – and the secret is that we can use our¬†feelings and thoughts to attract events, objects, and experiences in our life. It features some of the most well known LOA authors and coaches: Jack Canfield, Esther Hicks (only in the first edition), Bob Proctor, John Demartini, and many others.

This movie has been criticized as an over-simplified representation of manifesting principles, but it’s still a classic which has¬†indisputably contributed to the¬†popularization of the concept of the law of attraction.

Below is the trailer, and the official website of the movie is at

2. What the BLEEP Do We Know

What the BLEEP was made in 2004. This is¬†part documentary, part story in which the protagonist, Amanda (Marlee Matlin), finds herself in a Alice-in-Wonderland-like experience (she travels “down the quantum Rabbit Hole”)¬†when her daily life literally begins to unravel, revealing the uncertain world behind what we consider to be our normal, waking reality.

In her odyssey Amanda encounters a number of characters who help her¬†reveal the deeper, hidden knowledge she doesn‚Äôt even realize she has asked for; as she¬†learns to relax into the experience, she conquers her fears, gains wisdom, and understands that she’s no longer¬†the victim of circumstances but the creator of her own life.

The movie depicts¬†a¬†spiritual¬†connection between¬†quantum physics¬†and¬†consciousness; apart from the “regular” cast, it also features the interviews with¬†fourteen top scientists (including Dr. Fred Alan Wolf) and mystics who explain the scientific and spiritual background of the story.

The official website is at, and here’s the trailer:

3. Spirit Space: A Journey Into Your Consciousness

The Spirit space¬†(2008) is described as the movie that continues where¬†The Secret¬†and¬†What the BLEEP end. This is a documentary that¬†explores unanswered questions about the nature of the soul, life after death, and consciousness from a scientific and spiritual perspective. The film¬†tackles¬†reincarnation, the spirit world, and the nature of the human soul, as well as more¬†sticky¬†questions such as ‚ÄúIs there a Heaven and Hell?‚ÄĚ and ‚ÄĚWhat is a spirit?‚ÄĚ

The movie features:  Dr. Fred Alan Wolf (quantum physicist featured in What the BLEEP), Don Miguel Ruiz (Toltec Master and author of The Four Agreements), Dr. Edgar Mitchell (an 14  astronaut who spent nine hours walking on the moon), Laurie Monroe, Linda Backman, Linda Gabriel, Skip Atwater, Eden Marie James.

The expanded trailer is below, and the official website is at

4. The Quantum Activist

This movie presents Quantum Activism, the idea of changing ourselves and our societies in accordance with the principles of quantum physics. It tells the story of Dr. Amit Goswami, Ph.D. who challenges us to rethink our very notions of existence and reality. The work of Goswami bridges the gap between God and Science, and in the movie he demonstrates how our mistaken views of reality have led to our current environmental, social, economic and spiritual crisis, as well as the means of correcting these errors.

The official website is at, and here’s the trailer:

5. The Living Matrix РThe Science of Healing

The Living Matrix (2009) is a documentary that brings together a group of dedicated scientists, psychologists, bioenergetic researchers and holistic practitioners who are finding healing potential in new places (internationally known healer, Dr. Eric Pearl; cellular biologist and former Stanford University professor Dr. Bruce Lipton; author Lynne McTaggart, and former U.S. astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell, among others).

Among other things, the film¬†demonstrates the effectiveness of bioenergetic medicine where traditional medicine has not succeeded. The alternative practices presented in it include: reconnective healing,¬†neuro-linguistic programming,¬†information-based therapy.¬†Modern biochemical medicine has no¬†framework for explaining the recoveries that happened using these practices, and the researchers and practitioners featured in the film¬†share their discoveries on these ‚Äúmiracle cures‚ÄĚ.

The official website is at, and the trailer is below:

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