Positive Living Vibrations with Sara Troy and her guest BRENT MARCHANT. Aired November 18th/14
Movies, they not only tell us a story but show us how to awaken to our own consciousness and be mindful of our soul heart spirit and mind and that if we do not take care of us and the planet, we are lost.
CONSCIOUSLY CREATED CINEMA:
THE MOVIE LOVER’S GUIDE TO THE LAW OF ATTRACTION
GET THE PICTURE?!: CONSCIOUS CREATION GOES TO THE MOVIES
A lifelong movie fan and long time student of metaphysics, Brent Marchant is the author of the recently released book, Consciously Created Cinema: The Movie Lover’s Guide to the Law of Attraction, a reader-friendly look at how the practice of “conscious creation” (also known as “the law of attraction”) is illustrated through film. He’s also the author of a predecessor work on the same topic, Get the Picture?!: Conscious Creation Goes to the Movies, which is soon to be re-released in a new, updated edition.
Brent maintains an ongoing blog about metaphysical cinema and other self-empowerment topics at http://brentmarchantsblog.blogspot.com.
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Consciously Created Cinema (ISBN 978-1495976643, 2014) is available in print and ebook formats from all major online retailers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, the iTunes Store and Kobo Books.
For a video preview of the book, visit YouTube at
The forthcoming new edition of Get the Picture?! is slated to be available in print and ebook editions from the same retail sources.
Consciously Created Book
Get the Picture Book
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He is also Featured Contributor, Arts & Entertainment, for Vivid Life magazine (www.VividLife.me) and Featured Contributor for Smart Women’s Empowerment (www.smartwomensempowerment.org). His additional writing credits include contributions to New Age News, BeliefNet, Library Journal and Master Heart Magazine. He’s a frequent guest on various Internet and broadcast radio shows, as well as a regular presenter at conscious creation conferences. Brent holds a B.A. in magazine journalism and history from Syracuse University.
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