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Go to the movies with Brent Marchant -Conscious Creation

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Brent Marchant Author of Get the Picture: Conscious Creation Goes to the Movies. Brent Marchant is a lifelong movie lover and a longtime practitioner of conscious creation (also known as the law of attraction), the self-empowering method of manifesting one’s own reality popularized by author and visionary Jane Roberts. In Get the Picture, Brent Marchant combines these two topics, showing how movies can be drawn upon for inspiration in learning how to make use of the conscious creation process in our everyday lives. As a seasoned free-lance writer and editor, Brent covers this unique fusion of topics with wit, insight, and commonsense practicality. He’s a past presenter at the Colorado Seth Conference, where he will be returning to speak again this fall, and his work has been profiled on He has also given numerous radio interviews on such shows as Holder Tonight (CJAD, Montreal and Toronto), the WMAC Morning News (WMAC, Macon, GA), Dreamland (, and Dot to Dot: Creating Global Community (, among others. A basic approach to the subject, explaining what conscious creation is all about and showing how movies illustrate its principles. This format incorporates information on films from a wide variety of genres, including comedies, dramas, classics, science fiction, and more. Conscious Creation and the Law of Attraction. This is a particular favorite with fans of “The Secret,” the wildly popular self-empowerment book and DVD that took the world by storm. This format discusses the inherent similarities between conscious creation and the law of attraction, with plenty of film examples to illustrate the most important concepts. Contact Information, Brent Marchant Be sure to visit Brent’s blog, too, at: