Living in the Future's Past

 I just watched a great, great movie about the climate change pickle we're in by Jeff Bridges called Living in the Future's Past.  I think I saw it as a paid movie on YouTube Premium.
This non-blaming movie was very helpful to me to sort some stuff out.
For the first time since I was a teen I could see the modern world as a fragile and temporary energy system. He spells it out-it's a world built on "fossilized Sunlight". Everything (this email) is built on this cheap energy.
It was a gentle movie-I needed that.
It poses the most important question to me.
Ever since watching it-I realize the whole world can and will be reshaped and that I need to decide what I want to do. I became more aware of the natural world. What can I do to integrate change into my life-what am I willing to do? Please please watch it even though I know you appreciate these things more than most..Peace-Brian
juliemartyn's picture

Hey Brian - haven't had a chance to follow up on this yet, but thanks for flagging this up.
What did spring to mind, however, was a comment that's been made on a couple of other posts - no change without resistance - perhaps that's relevant here as well?

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I've spent a fair number of years remote viewing and met and "trained with" people like Joe McMoneagle and I wouldn't say that RV is reliable for things like:
"How do I attain inner peace, no matter what unsettling situation is "thrown" at me? " (per smell a salesman)
It also isn't usually useful for seeing future events as a kind of looking glass you can just switch on either. Sometimes things come to you because you are open and they are IMPORTANT for you to know. Like where the tribe can find game to hunt or where clean water may be. Or that you're aboiut to get fired. Hah.

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How cool that you trained with Joe McMoneagle, Brian! I met him twice and was quite impressed. Are you still doing RV? I've haven't put any real time into it myself. Much love!

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Thank you for sharing.  Must have a look.   Love and light 


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