‘The Thought Exchange’ – Practical Method of Moving Beyond Positive Thinking
|Starring||Lucie Arnaz, David Friedman|
|Supporting actors||Colleen McGloin, Dora Rubin, Arje Shaw, Michelle Spiro|
|Studio||Digital Magic Entertainment|
|MPAA rating||NR (Not Rated)|
|Rental rights||7-day viewing period. Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Synopsis: ‘The Thought Exchange’ Documentary Movie
Our thoughts create our reality; What we think appears before us in the world; Change your thoughts and you change your life” We all know this, Why don’t we do it? The Thought Exchange is a simple yet profound way of looking at the world, that allows us to understand and experience the truth about who we really are, where we really live, what we really want, and how to have that all the time.
Exchanger Of Thoughts About Humanity – comments by Karen The Exchanger
The synopsis of the movie is an indication that what we think has a direct impact on how we live. The suggestion of how we process our thoughts aligns with how positive our relationships will be. Thinking beyond positive thinking for me is a new concept because it appears to be a new found thought process that we all can benefit from.
I have yet to view the documentary movie but reading the reviews from those that have give a mixed review. One can view the movie through Amazon for a minimal cost.
The concept that what we think will manifest is a truly an observable happening. I imagine if each individual at a young age learned that what we think will have an impact on their life there would be some interesting questions. We would grow up in an environment that would be conducive to a need to dissolve conflicts between people individually and mass groups as in war.
I feel that if we had incorporated positive thinking and beyond in our school curriculum that perhaps the idea of harmony and peace in our relationship would not be such a controversial way of thinking.
One sometimes has to seek out self help materials just to stubble upon alternative ways of thinking. Imagine if those materials were available in schools for children our society may have been or may be a place of constant enjoyment.
In relation to each other I believe there would evolve a certain clear reflection of what the documentary reveals in that we are what we think as well as how we live.