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Waking Infinity: Magic and Synchronicity (2013)

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Magic and Synchronicity are phenomena spoken about loosely and with much criticism among most. This episode explores these topics as forms of science yet to be explained but just as tangible as any other.

Magic is defined by some as trickery or diversion of attention to hide a simpler explanation behind the illusion of the impossible. Synchronicity is a Jungian psychological term coined to explain when events and phenomena seems to organize themselves automatically without any conventionally agreed upon human intervention. Attending Burning Man 2013, Ben Stewart takes the viewer through his experience of these topics and shows just how simple and subtle they appear in everyday life and how to apply them.

Ben Stewart, Michael Petrakis
Ben Stewart


Magic and Synchronicity Video
Episode 1 Magic and Synchronicity
Magic and Synchronicity (2013)
Episode 1
, 27 minutes
Magic and Synchronicity are phenomena spoken about loosely and with much criticism among most. This episode explores these topics as forms of science yet to be explained but just as tangible as any other.
Available worldwide
Conspiracy and Virality Video
Episode 2 Conspiracy and Virality
Conspiracy and Virality (2013)
Episode 2
, 26 minutes
Conspiracy and Virality centers around Dylan Avery, creator of Loose Change. The history of the internet and how viral conspiracy videos awoke a new paradigm of critical thinking is the focus.
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Relationship and Movement Video
Episode 3 Relationship and Movement
Relationship and Movement (2013)
Episode 3
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Foster and Kimberly Gamble of the Thrive film and Movement are interviewed by Host Ben Stewart to explore the root cause and foundation their social movement is built upon. Love is the rabbit hole we found.
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Episode 4 Medicintegrity
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Episode 4
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misschohoh, posted on August 11, 2015

the concepts are very amateur hour.

yecidortega, posted on August 8, 2015

This reminds me of the festival I had the chance to participate in Canada. With the only goal of be yourself and let go.

yecidortega, posted on August 8, 2015

I am a Noise artist and I understand the relationship with sound. There is a structure, there is composition; but overall is the need to express the inner thoughts, feelings and ideas.

nialeah, posted on August 7, 2015

So true, wpiston! I was thinking the same thing. I am a Phish girl myself. It is the same thing, so magical.
Ben Stewart, I have been thinking about doing a dissertation on just this! Very interesting perspectives. I really love it. What is this magical essence that happens in creative community where we all let go of the rock? And, what I particularly want to explore is, how cumulative experiences like this help to create the ability to let go more easily.

wpiston, posted on August 5, 2015

Did you put out some youtube videos regarding free energy and Coral Castle? Your voice sounds so familiar!

I have attended 22 music festivals, slightly different from Burning Man because (they were music festivals) but we had the same exact experiences of synchronicity happen to us continuously. It is not just at Burning Man where the magic happens. ;-)

MEwing305, posted on August 4, 2015

You got to the very heart of it.
This struggle within me to hold on to what binds me, and surrender to the river.
It is amazing actually, quite synchronistic, considering I was having the conversation of salvation with my wife literally moments before this video. To experience your perspective on this topic was galvanizing, and provocative. Well done brother.
There is much more to say, but none of it matters.
I would ask the most embarrassing question I can imagine. How do I let go?

brandiglass333, posted on August 4, 2015

O.M.G....THIS IS A 'MUST WATCH'! I LOVED THIS SO MUCH! I am so excited to watch the rest...lol...sleep might prove optional tonight. Just when you think "it can't possibly get better than "THAT", "THIS" shows up. AWE-STRUCK AND INSPIRED! -an instant fan
Can I also just say, as a 'well aged' woman, who grew up in the height of our mastery of limitations; I LOVE THIS NEXT GENERATION! I think I may have chosen to come a little earlier than them, just to watch the show they are putting on now & miss nothing, to stand in reverent awe of their innate, and unobstructed knowing of wholeness, and to learn from them why all the things that felt "wrong" to me as a child, felt that way. I LOVE THIS & I'M SENDING THAT LOVE BACK TO THE CREATORS OF IT, IN TRIPLICATE. I stand back and watch these new old souls take the mic for a moment, and I smile because I know ... they are about to blow the top of everything we once thought we knew .... and I smile because I can see that to NOT KNOW is to be in an ever present state of learning and THAT is the best gift a new generation could hope to give an older one....the gift of knowing that we don't know. Thanks, guys ... and awesome job! ***** 5 STAR DOCUMENTARY IN NARRATION, CINEMATOGRAPHY, EDITING, CONTENT AND VIBE.

reginastclare, posted on August 9, 2015

to BRANDIGLASS333,who remains a mystery, your comment makes me want to watch this.... thus sitting another period when I need to go for a walk barefoot in the morning dew; which I will not do and come back and catch the stream inspirations that you have laid out as a MUST SEE... mostly because not needing to know is really important now.

ckoelker, posted on August 4, 2015

When a documentary can inspire and enthuse like this, it's truly a gift to the world. Brilliant and I can't wait to experience more of this amazing series.

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