Our brain is something most of us take for granted, yet its everyday feats are more amazing than the calculations of the fastest supercomputer. But what drives the brain? Who is its "operator?" And what is its destination?
The producers of CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity have set out to answer these questions with the making of this new film, the sequel to the documentary CHANGE: The LifeParticle Effect.
The film explores these inquiries about the brain, the thought process, and the quest for divinity with animation, dramatic reenactments, and interviews with spiritual and brain education thought leaders.
A main premise of the movie is the brain’s "operating system." Just as the most vital software on a computer, the operating system, coordinates everything and runs systematic functions, our brain also has an “OS.” But the brain's operating system didn’t come with a manual. The concept of a brain operating system, or BOS, was the inspiration for most of Ilchi Lee's work and teachings. CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity explores the concept of the human brain and BOS principles as the key to unlocking the true potential of humankind.
But the film is more than an inquiry about the brain's mechanisms. This thought-provoking sequel highlights the brain as the means to fulfilling human potential, both on a personal and global scale. It gives a fresh look at how the brain works—not its cells and circuits, but the intangible laws that let anyone master all of its functions; to discover the vast potential for growth and change that lies within all of us.
That potential, the film demonstrates, stems from our divine nature. Executive producer Ilchi Lee says of the documentary: "CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity is being produced so that people can realize their value, because there are many people who don't know what it is. It's ultimately the divinity and the soul. . . . I made CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity so that it could serve as a catalyst for people to become enlightened to the fact that they absolutely do have divinity within them, in their brain."
With insights from Barbara Marx Hubbard, Neale Donald Walsch and others, as well as real-world examples, CHANGE gives us a glimpse into what the world would be like if all people could discover their divine nature in their brain, and, in the process, live out their best human character.
The film will screen at a Red Carpet event in Sedona, Arizona on October 9, 2014.