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The new "extended edition" of this ground-breaking feature length movie presentation reveals The Great Secret of the universe. It has been passed throughout the ages, traveling through centuries... to reach you. This is The Secret to everything - the secret to unlimited joy, health, money, relationships, love, youth: everything you have ever wanted. In this astonishing program are ALL the resources you will ever need to understand and live The Secret. For the first time in history, the world's leading scientists, authors, and philosophers will reveal The Secret that utterly transformed the lives of every person who ever knew it... Plato, Newton, Carnegie, Beethoven, Shakespeare, Einstein. Now YOU will know The Secret. And it can change your life forever.
Novanta minuti di racconti, testimonianze e insegnamenti trasmessi direttamente dalla voce di chi ha applicato con successo il Segreto alla propria vita: filosofi, dottori, fisici quantistici, imprenditori e autori, tra cui John Gray, de Gli uomini vengono da Marte, le donne da Venere, Jack Canfield, cocreatore della famosa serie di libri Brodo caldo per l'anima e Neale Donald Walsch, autore di Conversazioni con Dio. Come ottenere una salute migliore? Come instaurare relazioni solide e durature? Come attrarre più denaro? In altre parole, come raggiungere la felicità? The Secret è più di un film, più di un documentario: è un vero e proprio video-seminario per imparare ad applicare la più importante delle leggi universali, l'unica in grado di cambiare la vita per sempre. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.
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L'ayant visionné plus de 100 fois, je le connais par coeur,et il a à chaque fois ,sur moi,un effet dynamisant,stimulant,même défatigant.
Différentes personnalités interviennent dans le film et racontent comment Le secret a agit dans leurs vies ,leur permettant d'atteindre et de concrétiser leurs rêves.
Hommes d'affaires, psychologues, écrivains,philosophes, physiciens,médecins, conseillers spirituels,tous apportent leurs expériences et racontent leur cheminement vers le réalisation de leurs buts.
Et vous disent que vous aussi ,vous pouvez obtenir tout ce que vous voulez,grâce à la loi de l'attraction. Voilà le secret:la loi d'attraction
Avez -vous remarqué que lorsque vous êtes énerve, tout va de travers, et les petits tracas se succèdent? On dirait que un petit malheur en attire un autre.
Si vous l'avez remarqué,vous aurez constaté que lorsque vous êtes détendu ,souriant,on dirait que tout va mieux et que les petits détails positifs se succèdent, comme si vous les attiriez vers vous..... et à un petit bonheur succède un autre.
Il faut apprendre le mode de penser qui attire vers soi tout ce qui est positif,car le fait de penser en négatif,attire vers soi seulement le négatif. En pensant à ce que l'on ne veut pas,on ne fait que l'attirer vers soi.Lire la suite ›
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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. At the very least, we're all a lot nicer to be around when not allowing ourselves to be dragged into negative thoughts and conversation.
So, if you look for good in The Secret, you can find it.
THE BAD: This video is possibly one of the most misguided efforts I have ever beheld. Here is the potential to help people by showing them how they can improve their and others' lives through *awareness* -- observing and redirecting their attention, thinking and feelings -- and this opportunity is completely overshadowed and squandered by appealing in the strongest possible terms to gross materialism instead.
So, instead of awakening you, it strives to put you even more to sleep in materialism.
The Secret promises to show you how to get all of the money and "stuff" you could ever want. Anyone who thinks that money and "stuff" will make them happy, must not have any.
If one really understood The Secret, they would know that the need is to focus on spiritual awakening. If we do this with sincerity, the money and stuff take care of themselves. We'll have what we *need*. Deep inside, you instictively knew that already, didn't you?
OK, so overriding a lot of very useful ideas in The Secret is this theme that the Law of Attraction is the way to get all of the gratuituous ego enhancements a poor suffering self-esteem-starved soul would ever want. Why have the makers of this video done that?
THE UGLY: Yeah, it's ugly. Just for starters, Google "Bob Proctor" (perhaps the driving force behind the making of The Secret) and check out some of his web sites. He's got lots to sell you including yet another MLM scheme he's cooked up where you can get rich selling his $2000 briefcase full of "secrets" to your friends and neighbors.
The real shame of all this is that some of the people who appear in and contributed to The Secret seem to have been there for the right reasons. But, a little investigation into what is motivating others is very revealing indeed.
So, watch if you wish, but watch with your eyes wide open to what some of the participants are up to. They want something and they want it from *you*.
Now, do you really want to awaken spiritually and find more life and peace or do you just want more money and stuff? If you want the money and stuff, by all means watch The Secret because it will most certainly help you get it. But if what you want is to awaken spiritually, I can make some better suggestions:
"The Power of Now" by Ekhart Tolle
"A New Earth" by Ekhart Tolle
These two works understood can really change your life for the better. You might enjoy them more on audio CD than reading the books but either way, you'll find much more benefit here than The Secret.
And, if you really want hardcore spiritual growth, check out "Science and Health" by Mary Baker Eddy. You might have to read this book a few times before you fall in love with it. Just keep reading and eventually you'll be very happy that you did.
Hope this helps.
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?" in many respects, although at a more superficial level.
My third disappointment/concern is how some Secret followers will interpret the messagge in the movie. Again my perspective may be slightly skewed because I trained in and work with NLP (Neurolinguistic Programmming) which works drectly with the subconscious mind for helping people create accelerated breakthroughs in their lives. The suggestions, recommmended processes, etc. in The Secret work primarily with the conscious mind. Yet it is our subconscious mind that drives 80% of our behaviors and outcomes in life.
Yes, if you practice their recommendations for months and months, the suggestions may eventually sink into our subconscious. However there are simpler, quicker ways to create what you want. The other piece of that, because the subconscious mind does drive our results, there are many blocks -- such as "secondary gains" for staying stuck, values conflicts, limited beliefs, etc. - below our conscious awareness that stops us from having what we want. Because the movie does not address the difference between the conscious mind and the subconscious mind, and treats the whole topic superficially as why some people manifest and some don't, it creates the illusion that as long as you practice their suggestions, you will change your life. There is so much more than what is presented as to what are the differences that make the difference to creating what you want.
While I am glad that so many people are becoming more aware of these principles, I am concerned about the fallout as well. I am hearing people do potentially harmful things like go into deeper debt, making dramatic life changes with blind faith, because the DVD tells them they can have what they want if they just believe, etc.
I would suggest if you buy the DVD to take a few things that most resonated with you, and apply them to your life, as long as you don't sacrifice or overhaul other areas of your life without looking at the big picture. Sort out the glitz from the message. Also check what is not true for you and let go of it.
I would recommend the movie "what the bleep?" It goes hand in hand with The Secret, although more in depth and was the original movie that brought these concepts mainstream.
Third, I recommend that you check out book on NLP (as well as hypnosis which is a sister discipline). Out of all the mindset tools and technologies I have used in over 20 years, I have found they are by far the most powerful. One of the best "beginner" books is: "NLP: The New Technology of Achievement".
Good luck and may your journey be an abundant one!
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.
I think the problem some people are having is the way this message is presented. Ms. Byrne is very clever in recognizing that the U.S in particular is completely driven by its love of entertainment. (Ms. Byrne being a TV producer knows how to make you tune in!!). She correctly understands that 80% of America does not read books and will not watch anything that does not involve a sleekly produced action or mystery. But guess what America, this is the condition we created and you can't fault someone for using it to succeed. The fact that many people watch this and think it's something new or from the Devil proves that exact point. It is neither. Nor is it an invitation to sit on your behind and just wish for things. It lets you know that you are the creator of your reality and any success in life begins with the belief that all is possible and that attainment will come. That is what motivates people to action and to look for opportunities. Truly, the only limitations you have are in your mind.
If there is only one thing you take away from this movie, please let it be your resolve to express gratitude for your current circumstances and what you already have. This alone will create major improvements in your life. I am living proof of that.
We do receive, or rather experience, what we focus on the most, and by focusing on a particular goal (material or spiritual) will help generate the momentum of thinking, feeling and most importantly DOING what we are inspired to do as a result.
None of the presenters in the secret received what they wanted without doing something in addition to Asking, Believing, and Receiving.
When they went on Larry King, they got paid and increased their wealth because they did something: wrote and sold a book or 50, created seminars, developed business plans, talked with other people in the "game" to understand how they did it, learned more through education, and etcetera.
While watching the DVD (a few times) it seems to me that it does imply the "doing" but it doesn't emphasise it. For reasons that are unclear the editors/producers chose to de-emphasise actions/doing in favour of a more "magical" cause-effect (ask and it shall be given).
(At the time of this writing) I work as a practicing psychotherapist and life skills counseller I don't think emphasising anything "magical" really helps people. However emphasising the development of a positive mental framework of thinking and feeling will encourage behaviour that when followed up with persistent actions will help us achieve our goals. Now that's something that people can use!
Also, you cannot ignore your environment and it seems The Secret doesn't even go there, which is unfortunate.
I generally enjoy the message of the DVD but in my opinion it falls well short of the mark in a few of the areas mentioned. Yet, at the same time, I don't feel pesimistic about the "message", I simply hope that most rational thinking people will not take the entire message "as is" but instead use their own brains to do some critical thinking.