When looking for something to watch I always prefer a spiritual theme of some kind to the series or films. Personally, I like the sci-fi versions where we get to see and experience some of universe's 'loops' interpreted physically. But that is just me, metaphoric films with spiritual messages belong, and also films ON spiritual matters, documentaries and such.
I've found a few such lists online:
But I figure the forum must be busting with knowledge and eagerness to share <3
I'll start with some of the Netflix shows
that are on right now;
telepathy / soul family connection. The characters keep eachother company across space, and can 'take over' eachother's bodies; a kung-fu master helping her cluster friend who is being attacked by thugs, f.ex. They've managed to film the concept really well i think.
: Mysterious setting w kidnapping where the goal is opening a portal to other dimensions.
: The 'autistic' child who can connect information 'in the air' and change/direct events.
Then there's one of my favorites the FOX series on dimensions:
Sci-fi but very loveable, human characters.
And some classic films from Netflix, just to get started:
The Truman Show:
The man who discovers he is in a tv-show, where all other people in his world are actors.
A hacker is given the opportunity to wake up to reality - the 'reality' he has known was a dream; beyond the sensory illusion a freedom fight is waitin.
Film on the Mayan Calendar anticipation of world destruction/ascension 2012, geological disasters...
And actually in the more documentary category I will add my old favorite; which is actually scientific rather than spiritual, but the effect is the same:):
Lucky People Center International
: (1998) A musical oddyssee into what makes up mankind, somehow. And I guess the answer I got was, that what makes us up goes beyond mankind... Innovative and spreading such love.
: I read somewhere that StarTrek was actually a 'prepare-your-mind-to-be-blown!"-spiritual tv-series; Comments on that? And where would I start, if I wanted to explore that?
What are some of your 'go-to's?