True Blood is one of my favorite shows and I just finished watching season 2 on DVD on Saturday. The eleventh episode contained a tidbit I found fascinating.
True Blood Season 2 ep 11
Vampire Queen of Louisiana:
“She convinced herself she’s immortal and so she is.”
“William, surely you know that everything that exists imagined itself into existence.”
After watching True Blood I needed something a little more light hearted so I popped in Midnight Run to get a laugh. Love that movie. In it one of the characters
Charles Grodin as Jonathan Mardukas has a line he repeats many many times in this movie:
In the next life, Jack. This line was said throughout the movie. As in:
“See you in the next life.”
Towards the end of the movie when they are in the boxcar, Mardukas looks to Robert De Niro and says:
I think under
you and I…
probably still would’ve
hated each other.
We probably could’ve been friends.
In the next life.
Yeah, the next life.
What I’d like to know with these examples is:
Does the script writer believe this. In the case of Midnight Run, Does George Gallo who wrote the script believe we come back?
In the case of True Blood Season 2 episode 11, when I heard the Vampire Queen of Louisiana say those words I LITERALLY did a double take. Did she REALLY just say what I thought she said? I skipped back to hear it again. Sure enough! I’d heard correctly. This is the essence of The Law of Attraction. Your thoughts create your reality. Such a subtle way to bring this new paradigm into the public consciousness. I applaud the writers and director of this brilliant show to help this movement. I’ll have to be on the lookout for more from True Blood. Who knows maybe there were other lines that I didn’t pick up consciously. Those two lines stuck out though.
Sometimes subtlety works on a greater level then does being blatant.
I just find it interesting that we’re seeing more people becoming comfortable sharing their belief system. The more people who are aware of these issues the better off we’re going to be as a people. Your job here is to share this information with as many people as possible. Looks like at LEAST George Gallo, Midnight Run Script Writer believes or to some degree has some fascination with past lives.
One other thing, I’m no reading a book called:
My Name is Memory
The book is also about Past Lives. It certainly would appear that this topic is becoming more mainstream, which for me is a good thing. The more people that know about it and the more people that discuss it the less stigma it carries.
Anyone else have anything they’d like to share.