What the Bleep Do We Know?

A mind provoker, an eye opener, a movie that is worth watching, I will not say more, you have to see it for yourselves, you have to see what we are doing to ourselves, our being. See what a prayer can do to overcome nature’s disasters, and when you do, please pray for the victims of hurricane Katrina, ten minutes of your time is all what you need.

Check this, or better yet; watch the movie


11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. q80_demon
    Sep 03, 2005 @ 01:35:00

    My view on this film mirrored that of Michael Shermer (Scientific American, Jan. 2005). Thank you Antares for the copy and discussions!


  2. ChaösGnösis
    Sep 03, 2005 @ 01:41:00

    I arrived here via Mobtade2’s Blog.
    i just noticed that you are a fellow admirer of Rumi, hafiz and Khayyam (it seems most Sufi poetry!)..
    it makes sense that you would appreciate “What the Bleep…## $%..”…


  3. MissCosmoKuwait
    Sep 03, 2005 @ 09:28:00

    ok..I bought the DVD a while back but when I began to watch it…it got a little boring so I never finished it…does it get better? I’ve been wanting someone to encourage me to finish it!


  4. AyyA
    Sep 03, 2005 @ 12:23:00

    The thing about this movie is that it opens up the mind to countless probabilities, what science provides is a general base and guidance, but it does not always provide the ultimate truths and that’s why a scholar might come up with a theory and another might come up with another that may contradict the first, but that doesn’t mean that anyone of these theories is wrong, both could be right, this just broadens the mind, I liked Michael Shemer’s view in this area although some of his writings did not make much sense to me.

    Although I love Sufi poetry, I don’t consider myself a believer when we are talking about conventional religion, but yes I do believe in God as the ultimate beloved and a lot of things in this movie, for me had fallen into place

    Yes, the beginning is a bit boring if you have no idea about quantum physics, but as you proceed it gets better and a lot of things start making more sense. Watch it wi id3i li


  5. Mother Courage
    Sep 03, 2005 @ 16:50:00

    “I don’t consider myself a believer when we are talking about conventional religion, but yes I do believe in God as the ultimate beloved”

    interesting !! .ur a believer yet dont believe in conventional religion !!

    do u guys have a special name for this ? wut kind of rituals do u practice ?


  6. AyyA
    Sep 03, 2005 @ 19:49:00

    Mother courage
    The problem with conventional religion is not the practice or the interpretation, to me the problem lies within the essence of the religion, the belief of punishment and reward for instance and the lows and regulations that are a trade mark in each and every religion, with the conventional religion God is portrayed as good and bad, to me, this is not possible, God is always good, God is the unconditional ultimate love, he is greater than great and he lies right here within me and through me he manifests his great creation. And I’m referring to God by “ he” only as a matter of speech because I don’t not know what is God, but I can feel him right within me .All the traits of God are my propensity; I do not need any religion to show me good from bad, and no one can have a definite line between them. What may be good in one situation might be bad in the other, I know this by nature and I make my own decisions, and it does not matter what you call this belief, what matters is looking into the original self and bringing the pure, good you, the traits that you were originally born with not the ones that you have acquired by conditioning, the heart that is filled with love to all humans and nature not the one that was brutally conditioned to believe in one thing and discard all others which most religions try to enforce. Ok, I better stop right here, otherwise this will never stop.


  7. genesis
    Sep 04, 2005 @ 02:22:00

    Hi Ayya, You have a good thing going on here.. keep up the good work 🙂


  8. ArtFiNaLe
    Sep 04, 2005 @ 04:13:00

    Added to my must see list, thanks for the tip..


  9. AyyA
    Sep 04, 2005 @ 12:33:00

    Thanks dear, and I did visit your blog sometime back and I think it’s impressive

    I’m sure you won’t regret it 🙂


  10. samanthaq8
    Sep 04, 2005 @ 15:45:00

    this is my first time here..i loved your posts..especially the sameera saga…but i do believe in karma and for every action there is a reaction..i hope sameera does the right thing and not mess with a man who is already taken, cuz what goes around comes around..lust is an amazing high…and i sympathize but one has to look at the bigger picture..i can’t wait for the continuation…have fun in bangkok and beware of the traffic…rush hour is treacherous in that city.. as well as the pollution…but the sights are breathtaking!


  11. AyyA
    Sep 04, 2005 @ 21:09:00

    Glad to have you here dear, and about Sameera, I believe in Karma as well, but let’s see how the story goes; I’m working on it right now and may take sometime to post 🙂
    And funny that you had mentioned the traffic because just a while ago I almost got hit by a car while crossing the street, drivers are mad here, thanks for your concern sweetie


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