Two of the fundamental principles upon which our work at the Center for Transformational Presence is based are that everything is energy in motion and that the universe is built on a matrix of relationships.

Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg’s work helps us understand these two principles in a very literal way. In his recent 3D film, “Mysteries of the Unseen World,” he helps us to see the constant movement and interconnection within our world. By using high-speed cameras, time lapses, and microscopes, he bends the boundaries of time and space to help us see what is imperceptible to the human eye. Through incredibly beautiful images, he helps us understand that our planet is, in his words, “a single organism sustained by currents circulating throughout the oceans and by clouds swirling through the atmosphere.” He helps us to see the anatomy of life.

Louie Schwartzberg shared excerpts from “Mysteries of the Unseen World” at TED2014 in Vancouver back in March. He explained, “I love to use film to take us on a journey through portals of time and space to make the invisible visible. [That journey] expands our horizons, transforms our perception, opens our minds, and touches our hearts.” Indeed, it does. Enjoy this truly spectacular seven-minute video.

 

 

P.S. If you would like to learn more about the unseen world and the interconnectedness of all things, have a look at Chapters 12 – 15 in my latest book, Create A World That Works, is filled with exercises to help you further develop your intuitive senses. The book is also available in digital format.

 

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Two of the fundamental principles upon which our work at the Center for Transformational Presence is based are that everything is energy in motion and that the universe is built on a matrix of relationships.

Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg’s work helps us understand these two principles in a very literal way. In his recent 3D film, “Mysteries of the Unseen World,” he helps us to see the constant movement and interconnection within our world. By using high-speed cameras, time lapses, and microscopes, he bends the boundaries of time and space to help us see what is imperceptible to the human eye. Through incredibly beautiful images, he helps us understand that our planet is, in his words, “a single organism sustained by currents circulating throughout the oceans and by clouds swirling through the atmosphere.” He helps us to see the anatomy of life.

Louie Schwartzberg shared excerpts from “Mysteries of the Unseen World” at TED2014 in Vancouver back in March. He explained, “I love to use film to take us on a journey through portals of time and space to make the invisible visible. [That journey] expands our horizons, transforms our perception, opens our minds, and touches our hearts.” Indeed, it does. Enjoy this truly spectacular seven-minute video.

 

 

P.S. If you would like to learn more about the unseen world and the interconnectedness of all things, have a look at Chapters 12 – 15 in my latest book, Create A World That Works, is filled with exercises to help you further develop your intuitive senses. The book is also available in digital format.

 

If you enjoyed this blog post and found it helpful or inspiring, I invite you to subscribe to our free weekly newsletter by clicking here.

 

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