Quantum Spirituality with Sara Troy and her guest Yoichi Utebi, on air from July 28th
These Spirits Have a Message for the Living.
Supernatural film from Japan dramatizes the effect of negative energies and illuminates the power of a positive mindset.
“The Real Exorcist” follows Sayuri, a young coffee shop waitress, as she uses her spiritual powers to help customers troubled by supernatural phenomena. The supernatural drama by HS Productions, which is set to open in the United States this August, explores the laws of attraction that govern our lives and afterlives and characterizes the mindset we can all employ to stay the right path, ward off negative influences, and lead happy, fulfilled lives.
- What is Happy Science? and what are its major teachings?
- Who is Master Okawa?
- What was the driving force behind this film- Why this message? Why now?
- What is the truth about the spiritual influences we are subject to- both positive and negative?
- What are the actions and thought patterns that repel negative energy and attract positive influences?
- What are some examples of self-perpetuating negative energies resulting from suicide?
- What are the Spiritual tools to overcome hardships
- Why bring this film to the North America? What is the main message of this movie to the audience?
- Where and when is the movie screening?
“The Real Exorcist”
Sayuri works as a waitress at Extra, a small coffee shop in Tokyo where regular customers enjoy the owner’s authentic coffee as well as “Free Consultations”, as the storefront sign says. Sayuri uses her spiritual powers to help those who are troubled by supernatural phenomena, including a group of high school girls who encounter a haunting ghost and others who suffer from family problems. Through her unique consultations, Sayuri touches the hearts of her customers and helps them by showing the truths of the invisible world and the state of mind that determines our happiness or unhappiness in life.
Yoichi Utebi, Executive Vice President of HS Productions
Born in Japan in 1968, Yoichi Utebi grew up in Beirut, Lebanon and New York City. Raised in a rare Japanese Christian family, he was deeply touched by Muslim culture and the beauty of Lebanon during his formative years in Beirut. However, the Middle East also exposed Utebi to the horrors of war, as he and his family dodged bullets and bombings before fleeing to London and back to Japan, leaving everything behind in a sudden evacuation. In the 7th grade, Utebi moved to New York for 10 years, where he was exposed to friends from multiple cultures and ethnicities. His rock band produced a popular album and gained quite a following in the city before Utebi decided to forego his musical pursuits and return to Japan.
After 12 years of experience in marketing and senior management at various American IT companies in Japan, Utebi joined Happy Science in 2010, where he quickly rose to Director of International Communications. Utebi is currently leading Happy Science’s International Media Division and is the Executive Vice President of HS Productions and producer of “The Real Exorcist.”
Limited theatrical release August 7 in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta, Tampa, Honolulu, and Orange County, CA. Available on VOD early September 2020.
For more information, visit: www.RealExorcistMovie.com
View the Trailer here. Will be available in English