Kaleidoscope Movie Magic – September 2020
Kaleidoscope group member Lisa Wellington of ReelHappiness.com shares her Reel Happiness Cinema Therapy through a write-up called “Kaleidoscope Group Movie Magic” which ties in with our monthly energy theme. Enjoy!
This month’s selection is Night Shift.
A nebbish of a morgue attendant becomes shackled with an eccentric, excitable partner overflowing with ideas — including one for a local lady of the evening in dire straits.
Dir. Ron Howard. Perf. Henry Winkler, Michael Keaton, Shelly Long, Gina Hecht. Warner Bros., 1982.
As You Watch
Notice & jot down characters’ perceptions on various subjects as you go, and how these… well, shift during the proceedings:
♦ Transferrable skills & puzzle pieces: Chuck (desirable work, undesirable workplace — twice!), Belinda (undesirable work, desirable workplace — and her unflinching practicality about that); Bill’s ability to connect dots in unusual ways, resulting in a brain trained for Scoping Solutions (however arguably nutty!)
♦ The world through eyeglasses: Chuck’s growing awareness of the reality of the fuzzy world he has created for himself; Chuck’s approach to biz vs. Franklin’s & the resulting new solutions for Belinda & Co; how Chuck, Bill, & Belinda support each other, creating fresh possibilities for all.
Lisa generously provides a handout with watching suggestions (the above represents just a portion!) & guided journaling exercises created specifically for our Kaleidoscope group. Enjoy benefits & perks like this and more when you Scope It, Shift It, and Click It™, joining our colorful community as a private client!
Each month, we take a deep dive into the month’s colors and energy. I also share what you need to know based on your own personal color preferences.
Plus, we explore readings & affirmations for additional inspiration & loving support. Since we have 2 live calls each month, there’s plenty of open Q&A and group share time with me & our members.
Success Tools for Movie Lovers – A Note from Lisa Wellington, Cinema Therapy Mentor
Watching movies like we’re doing with Night Shift is a self-growth approach that inspires natural and lasting change. As we watch with conscious awareness, we help our unconscious become open to new ideas and ways of doing things—leading to enhanced well-being and faster progress toward our goals!
Visit Reel Happiness Cinema Therapy for more tools and movies to support you on your path, and feel free to contact me anytime with questions or requests. I love hearing from you!