Interviews with self-proclaimed authors, philosophers, scientists, with an in-depth discussion of visualizing your goals. The audience is shown how they can learn and use 'The Secret' in their everyday lives.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bob Proctor ...
Himself - Philosopher
Joe Vitale ...
Himself - Metaphysician (as Dr. Joe Vitale MSC.D.)
John Assaraf ...
Himself - Entrepreneur
Loral Langemeier ...
Herself - Financial Strategist
Marie Diamond ...
Herself - Feng Shui Consultant
Michael Beckwith ...
Himself - Visionary (as Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith D.D.)
Jack Canfield ...
Himself - Author
Bob Doyle ...
Himself - Author
Mike Dooley ...
Himself - Writer
Lisa Nichols ...
Herself - Author
Bill Harris ...
Himself - Therapist
John Hagelin ...
Himself - Quantum Physicist (as Dr. John Hagelin Ph.D A.B. M.A.)
John Demartini ...
Himself - Philosopher (as Dr. John F. Demartini D.C. Bsc)
Fred Alan Wolf ...
Himself - Quantum Physicist (as Fred Alan Wolf Ph.D.)
Denis Waitley ...
Himself - Psychologist (as Dr. Denis Waitley Ph. D)


The Secret is a feature length movie presentation which reveals The Great Secret of the universe. It has been passed throughout the ages, traveling through centuries... This is The Secret to everything - the secret to unlimited joy, health, money, relationships, love, youth: everything you have ever wanted. All the resources you will ever need to understand and live The Secret. The world's leading scientists, authors, and philosophers will reveal The Secret that utterly transformed the lives of every person who ever knew it... Plato, Newton, Carnegie, Beethoven, Shakespeare, Einstein. Written by Anonymous

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The Secret has traveled through centuries reach you.




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13 September 2007 (Austria)  »

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Tajna  »

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[first lines]
Rhonda Byrne: A year ago, my life had collapsed around me. I'd worked myself into exhaustion. My father died suddenly, and my relationships were in turmoil. Little did I know at the time, out of my greatest despair was to come the greatest gift. I'd been given a glimpse of a great Secret.
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If you're into horoscopes, you'll love this movie !
28 August 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Lately, my passion for skydiving has awoken once again. I've always wanted to do it, just never got around to it. But just the other day I suddenly realized that I still hadn't done it. So for the past couple of weeks I've been saving up money and already imagining me jumping out of that plane from an altitude of 4000 meters. Can't wait ! But here's the funny part: Ever since I decided I'm really going to jump out of a plane with a parachute strapped to my back, suddenly it's all around me. Cartoons on TV, movies I watch, conversations with people, flyers on walls... It's _exactly_ what this movie describes as the 'law of attraction', the 'secret'.

But I'm sorry to say I do not believe it. I would like to, I just can't. A friend of mine once did a tarot reading on me, where she said I would be "starting a new journey in the area of communication this year". This is a great prediction with an incredible amount of accuracy if I was actually becoming a fulltime translator for the United Nations, but hell, it could just as well mean I'm going to buy a new cellphone or switch long distance provider.

It's the same with skydiving and "the secret" for me. It's what you choose to believe. The secret believes I'm seeing skydiving around me because I attract it, I believe that it's always been there and have never paid any attention to it.

Becoming a more positive person is awesome and a great, if not awesome, thing to do with your life. You'll be much, much happier and you'll inspire the people around you. But in my opinion, you don't need 'the secret' to do that. Sure, it'll help you get some motivation to be more positive, but as soon as one bad thing happens to you (fired from job, girlfriend dumps you, dad has a heart attack), you're back to where you were because now suddenly don't fully believe in the secret anymore.

And that's your good right to. I mean, you don't honestly believe you can cure cancer just by thinking "I want a healthy body" ? If you do, please, get your head out of the clouds and your feet back on the ground. Not for me, not for other people, for yourself. Live your life the way you really want to instead of wishing for it to come to you. Work for it and earn it.

@ GreySphinx: Great review.

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