Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

March 21, 2019

Personal (inner) Guidance System?

I don't really like movies like 'The Secret' or 'What the Bleep?!' where so called "experts" get to tell you all about the secrets to life and how you should live it, and while 'PGS The Movie' follows a similar path and format I found it quite different from those movies and actually quite spiritual.
Maybe because on a personal level I had pretty much the same experience about 35 years ago that Bill had when a truck ran a red light and zoomed through an intersection that I should have been in the middle of when the truck passed by.
And the only thing that saved me was an internal voiced that screamed "Don't Go!" that startled me enough not to take off into a blind intersection where I legally had the right of way to proceed.
But that same internal voice had also saved my life once before that.
I highly recommend a viewing of this film after buying a download of the movie today and watching it.
I'm tempted to say this movie is very synchromystic, because the film Bill was working on at the time of his near miss with the truck was the Burt Reynolds film 'Tempted', which Bill wrote and directed.
I was watching a You Tube that Bill filmed with verdic astrologer Joni Patry where he asked what would be the best day to launch 'PGS The Movie' on the internet and around the 34 minute mark of that You Tube they agreed that around September 4th, 2018 would be a good day.
Burt Reynolds the star of Bill's 2001 film 'Tempted' would pass away two days later on September 6th, 2018. 
I found it rather amusing that Bill credits a billboard he thought he saw that lead him to an Indian teacher at the start of him making his film 'PGS The Movie' and while I'm yet to watch his 2001 film 'Tempted' I did watch the above You Tube of scenes from the movie playing to Robbie Williams song 'No Regrets' and seeing a billboard with something about an oath written on it.
Screenshot from 'PGS The Movie'
Dean Radin in 'PGS The Movie'
Living Life in Peace, Not Pieces?
So, do I think you should watch 'PGS The Movie' in 2019 the Year of the Pig?
I'll leave that up to your PiGS to tell you:-)

March 20, 2019

Living Life in Peace, Not Pieces?

Peaceful Dove Jigsaw Puzzle
Down The Rabbit Hole: Best of Guy Lawrance Podcasts of 2018
i just had to add an i in there, sorry Bill;-)
I stumbled on a great podcast this morning which I have to credit to my PiGS (Personal inner Guidance System:-) in this
Year of the Pig:-)
I'm currently reading Dean Radin's book 'Entangled Minds' and this morning I wanted to listen to a podcast while I did some boring housework.
I was feeling pretty agitated and wanted to listen to something to calm my mind and that was worth listening to, but none of the podcast shows I subscribe to on my iTunes list had a show to listen to with a subject that peaked my interest.
Then all of a sudden my PiGS oinked in my ear suggesting to put "Dean Radin" in the search engine for iTunes and up popped a podcast called 'The Guy Lawrence Podcast' where Guy had recently interviewed Dean.
But the thing is I'm sick of listening to podcasts featuring Dean Radin at the moment, I like Dean's work a lot, but I've heard his story all before and many times over.
I wanted to hear from someone I haven't heard before, so I listened to Guy's 'Down the Rabbit Hole' episode to sample what Guy thought were his most interesting interviews from the past year.
Guy kicked off that podcast with an interview with Bill Bennett, a guy I hadn't heard of before.
Bill had made a movie called 'The PGS Movie'.
I watched the trailer for that movie and it really resonated with me as I've had the same experience as Bill had when I was around 20 years old, sitting at a set of lights ready to hotfoot it away on a green light when an inner voice stunned me into not going through the intersection when I was intent on hitting the accelerator, only to watch a truck fly through the intersection on a red light.
I should have been under that truck if I had have followed my rational thought of speeding off. 
In that trailer the Indian guy below says, "when grace happens, life is not in pieces, it is in peace" and that clicked gracefully into place in my puzzling life experience for me.
I'm yet to watch Bill's film, but if this piece is all that I take away from it then it will be worth the  coin(cidence:-) for me to view it.
Ironically, as I was looking for other shows that Bill Bennett had been on to talk about his PGS movie I stumbled on an interview he had done with Gwilda Wiyaka, whose book I literally trashed yesterday -
Hodge Podge "Sharmanic Practitionering"?
I guess when it comes to life, one person's trash could be another person's treasure ... although with that book I doubt it, but WHO knows, right?-)
Peace Space Alien Jigsaw Puzzle
Screenshots from 'PGS The Movie'
Piece/peace?

March 19, 2019

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: The Curse of Benedict Canyon?

Fans mock Brad and Leo’s movie poster: ‘Photoshopped for sure’
July 26th is Stanley Kubrick's birthday, too:-)
I don't usually listen to cheesy ghost hunting shows like
'Ghost Magnet' ... and it is cheesy with its BS adverts slipped in like it was part of the normal conversation.
But I did think they were on to a dark work in progress with Tarantino's upcoming movie 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' and the curses already seemingly surrounding the movie and Quentin in the Year of the Pig.
Vale Dick Dale?
2019 is certainly off to a spooky start in Hollywood it seems.