Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Tip#116: Gifts from Heaven Part 2 - What Dreams May Come

What Dreams May Come 1998

This is part 2 of my previous blog entry, Tip#115 and the profound gift I felt my dad had given me from heaven. I had received another gift the day after I sent him my prayer and request for help. I was magically led to a sale on DVDs and found one last copy of What Dreams May Comestarring Robin Williams. It proved once again that our prayers can be answered.

The movie was written by Richard Matheson who also wrote the films, I Am Legendand Somewhere In Time. Both 'Somewhere In Time' and What Dreams May Comewere produced by Stephen Simon who inspired me with his own story that it took him almost 20 years to get What Dreams May Cometo the screen.

"Never Give Up."

This simple and powerful quote is the message I received from Simon's journey to get his film made. It is also a quote and message of this movie where Robin Williams's character has accidentally died and, in the afterlife, must find his wife and soul mate who had just killed herself over her grief. The challenge is since she has broken an afterlife rule for committing suicide she was destined to spend eternity lost and alone in her own private hell.

Yes this is a very unusual love story and yet it's metaphysical messages can deeply inspire any one who believes in true love, soul mates and in life beyond the physical. I had seen this movie when it first came out almost 20 years ago and it felt now like a gift from heaven and a fresh new movie to remind me to never give up on finding my soul mate.

The movie filled me with overflowing hope and a renewed positive attitude. I was also in awe of the timing of rediscovering this story. I truly felt my father's spirit guided me to this DVD to ease my pain of feeling lonely this Christmas.

Power of Your Mind

Another synchronistic message from What Dreams May Comeis to realize the power of your mind. I have been listening to my father's first gift from heaven of the audio book for "Rich Dad, Poor Dad". It also states the importance of understanding the power of our mind and to watch how we think. We create our reality and it starts with our thoughts. It's the core factor of the law of attraction.

So remember the power of your own mind. Remember to focus on hope and a positive future for yourself. Remember to never give up and to persevere during lonely times in your life. And know that you are never alone. You will always have angels in heaven AND on earth to help you move forward.

Other movies about messages from heavenly soul mates:
Always:Richard Dreyfus & Holly Hunter
Dragonfly:Kevin Costner & Susanna Thompson
Ghost:Demi Moore & Patrick Swayze
Made In Heaven:Timothy Hutton & Kelly McGillis

Emmanuel Lopez
Silverlining Specialist & Motivational Wingman
© Emmanuel Lopez 2007

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Just a quick note to let you know how much I appreciate your motivational tips.

This topic is especially moving for me as well, as I lost my dad on
Easter Monday of 1997. Yesterday would have been his 88th birthday,
and he is still very much in our hearts.