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First Feature Film by Sophie

And thinking back to The Matrix which had an interesting storyline I remember the young boy who bends the spoon with his mind. He says to Neo that the way to bend the spoon is to get the mind to believe ‘there is no spoon’.

Here it is the first 2020 film and it’s feeling positive

Other people are doing their resolutions

Unpacking a narrative…..the/our enemy

Having seen some of Hollywood’s latest gruesome fights I came around a few storyline patterns. These are:

  1. When we finally have the show down with our enemy, they keep coming back at us. We punch them in the face, kick them until the fall over and as soon as our back is turned, they have gotten up. Or they somehow self-healed and are back to full health again, so we must continue to beat the ‘you know what’ into them, so they bleed some more.
  2. Then the detour into the enemy being somehow connected to us i.e. they are secretly our son which we disowned – a reversal of the Star Wars Luke/Vader plot. We must decide if we truly want to smash to pieces something that is partly in us as well.
  3. And the extra-long mushing the brains out of the enemy whilst we gain considerable damage ourselves, so it’s a cliff-hanger about whether our enemy will win or if we will.
  4. And then working out which death our enemy should face and its usually one of two choices of being beheaded by the chandeliers or pushed into the fire at the bottom of the hole in the building.

What are the lessons we learn perhaps subconsciously from this battle we see?

And thinking back to The Matrix which had an interesting storyline I remember the young boy who bends the spoon with his mind. He says to Neo that the way to bend the spoon is to get the mind to believe ‘there is no spoon’.

I suppose I have been interested in learning about Hypnotherapy and other forms of treatment for upsetting memories, sleeplessness or OCD. Maybe the way to overcome our fears is to move towards a mindset where we dwell less on the fear itself so that ‘there is no spoon/evil enemy/awful relative/threatening neighbour’.

Sophs musings

brandvsunbrand

Freelance blogger and IT developer

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