About the film Voyage to Betterment: a film with benefits
The film introduces the viewer to the Ten Principal Elements for Well Being. As soon as we mention well being everyone immediately thinks of food and exercise. So that is where the Voyage to Betterment film begins. A group of regular young people are filmed taking a 30 day food and exercise challenge. Their first week was on a holistic cruise yet it turns out the group spent far more time partying then doing yoga or taking in workshops by featured health experts. The film highlights some of the main marketing techniques that we have all been programmed by. Then the viewer is left with an appreciation for the difficulty in distinguishing truth from falsehood by the examination of our beliefs including the one thing dear to all, the beliefs about food choice. Secretly, nearly everyone believes their food choices are best and others have it all wrong.
Our beliefs about which food is best for us goes from one extreme to the other. Many believe that meat based diets are best and others that vegan diets are best. Is the truth somewhere in the middle or closer to one end or the other? In the film leading vegetarian doctors highlighted their most critical findings of their lifetime of work. Andrew served as the coach of the participants featured in the film. Although he is not vegetarian himself he put the participants in the film to the test to see if what the vegetarian experts say in the film holds any value. Before and after blood tests measured the effect of their plant based food challenge, with something of concern to everyone, our risk of developing major illness and our biological age.
After the food and exercise challenge ended some of the participants were interested in continuing their Voyage and discovering the power of mind and spirit. When the participants in the film discovered the depths of human potential and the reality that everything is forever recorded in consciousness, it left them speechless. The film goes on to reveal other critical elements for well being and captured things on film for the first time ever. Viewers will see a tumor disappear in minutes when exposed to a powerful intention, grass growing taller when surrounded by love and ph levels balance in meditation.
The film also showed viewers the hidden attractor pattern behind most heart conditions. By showing the story of Ben, one of the participants, the Voyage to Betterment crew caught on film, for the first time in history, the energy of heart ache leaving the heart. It confirmed, so people could see with their own eyes, an insight that Dr David R Hawkins MD once made, that the main contributor to heart disease is repressed love. The magnitude of the value of the this insight alone caught on film is beyond comprehension for most people, otherwise it would have already ignited a major revolution in the treatment and prevention of all heart conditions, and medical authorities and heart charities would be lining up to learn more.
It seems hard to believe, and people first need to see it to believe it, and that is the beauty of the film. The film is rich in insights and there are tools for everyone that can be put to immediate use. The film also serves as a life long guide for continuous improvement, disseminated to the public in the most affordable way, a film. Each insight we adopt into our life, becomes a priceless tool that can be used for an entire lifetime. As endless testimonies confirm, simply viewing the film will likely benefit one's well being far more than thousands of dollars in health supplements. For some it is an assembly of holistic principals and for others it is a priceless toolbox full of tools we can use whenever we need any help in life.
The film also introduces general viewing audiences to the Scale of Consciousness, based on the work of Dr David R Hawkins MD. The Scale of Consciousness reveals the hidden determinants of human behaviour. With insights from Hawkins, Neal Barnard MD and Dr T Colin Campbell, the film received international acclaim and rave reviews stunning and inspiring audiences everywhere. Bryce Wylde, called it the Next Generation of Applied Enlightenment and Yoga Magazine highly recommended it to their readers, calling it Fascinating & Illuminating.