I have finally succumbed and taken out a subscription to Gaia.com. I’ve been mulling over the idea for several months and now seems to be the right time. It’s probably due to the fact that it’s winter and that means thoughts tend to be more reflective and inward looking.
If you’re not familiar with Gaia.com then take a look. You’ll find it’s a repository of thousands of documentaries and films on a wide range of subjects; from Afterlife to Sound Healing, from Aliens to Spiritual Alchemy.
Food for thought then.
I’ve browsed through a few dozen titles and there are some that I know will be contrary to my point of view but then that’s part of the fun. It would be a bit dull if there was nothing to challenge beliefs and perspectives.
Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds
Others are right up my ally and I’ve started by watching Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds. The production is professional and the graphics are both attractive and alluring.
There is one vibratory field that connects all things. It has been called Akasha, Logos, the primordial OM, the music of the spheres, the Higgs field, dark energy, and a thousand other names throughout history.
It is the same field of energy that saints, Buddhas, yogis, mystics, priests, shamans and seers have observed by looking within themselves. It is the common link between all religions, and the link between our inner worlds and our outer worlds.
This idea seems entirely plausible from the outset and even more so as the film progresses. It’s over two hours long so there’s plenty in there to capture your imagination.
Bite sized chunks
If two hours is too long then there are plenty of short films and documentaries lasting for 30 minutes to an hour. It’s a far more inspiring and uplifting use of time in your lunch break compared to browsing through news and social media feed.
New content is being added every month so there should be enough to keep you interested and amused for a while. Subscriptions are monthly with discounts for advance payments. You can cancel at any time so there are not long term contracts.
So it’s going to cost about $9.95 per month to give you full access to all the 300,00+ minutes of ad-free content, so very reasonably priced then.
It’s unlikely that you’ll find definitive answers (with irrefutable proof) to any of the big questions like ‘Are we being visited by extraterrestrials’ but you will encounter possible explanations for the unknown. Your interest is likely to be piqued and that might inspire further research.
As the banner says, stay curious.