Sunday, April 04, 2021

Tip#1241: The Recipe For Resilience, Part 47 – Bill & Ted Face the Music

This is Day 382 of the COVID-19 pandemic here in Toronto, Canada. 

Since we've entered a second year of this global pandemic we also started another new month long lock down here in Toronto. So it continues to be a priority to maintain my positivity and mental health that is also affected by lingering winter depression symptoms. And it's another Easter weekend I am spending alone in two years. Thankfully I was able to see a few close friends and family to drop off some food gifts for Easter! 

It really lifts my mood when eating delicious foods as well as sharing these taste delights with others! I’ve also received great joy in magical, synchronistic signs and messages that have come to me during lock down. These always arrive when I define and write down my goals or whenever I send out a prayer asking for help when I feel stuck in life. 

The messages usually lead to me having to look at my past self to clear subconscious traumas/blocks in order to move towards the exciting future I desire. It’s about creating a better relationship with my child-self and learning how to improve self-love. Taking the time to love, acknowledge, forgive and thank my past self always seem to pave the way towards a brighter future! 

I recently re-watched a film for a second time on Easter weekend that a friend recommended which I immediately predicted would have a divine message for me. I was so right! 

Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020) 

The science fiction comedy film, Bill & Ted Face the Music, is the third film in the Bill & Ted film series. It’s about he ruler of the future telling Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeve), now middle aged, that they must compose a new song to save life as we know it. This fun, hilarious movie has lots of time travel adventures with returning cast members along with new ones that include: William Sadler (reprising his role as the Grim Reaper) and new cast members Kristen Schaal, Samara Weaving, Brigette Lundy-Paine, Anthony Carrigan, Erinn Hayes, Jayma Mays, Holland Taylor, Kid Cudi, and Jillian Bell.
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I was amazed how much I enjoyed this film second time around! There were so many hilarious, little  moments and overall the movie’s visual design is so vibrant. And what struck me the most were all the scenes of Bill and Ted interacting with their future selves at different future time periods. I was hearing their dialogue on a deeper level as I could feel double meanings occurring that were lessons for improving self-love and healing. 

For example, the film has a very light, comedic, silly, fun tone until Bill and Ted meet old versions of themselves nearing the end of their lives. Their dialogue becomes very personal and moving and was filled with heart to heart sharing of gratitude, apologies and forgiveness. And when they each hug their future selves and express their love for each other it was so profound and beautiful. 

There was so much more within this movie of other life lessons I need to be aware of so I plan to re-watch it for a third time. I highly recommend you seeing this film because, other than the inspirational value, we could all use a simple, lighthearted movie to get us through these challenging times! 

There are many ways to elevate a positive mood for yourself during difficult times. Eating and sharing delicious foods can bring uplifting joy to your day. Believing in a little bit of magic also helps to receive unexpected gifts and answers from the universe. And also be open to finding answers in movies you are drawn to seeing. Believe in some cinematic magic to come to you today! 

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Related Tips:
Part 1 – COVID-19 – 6 Movie Tips
Part 2 – COVID-19 – The Hundred-Foot Journey

Part 3 – COVID-19 – The Biggest Little Farm

Part 4 – COVID-19 – This Is the End

Part 5 – COVID-19 – Runaway Bride

Part 6 – Splash

Part 7 – Julie & Julia

Part 8 – Paris Can Wait

Part 9 – The Client 

Part 10 – The Old Guard

Part 11 – The Farmer’s Daughter
Part 12 – Amélie

Part 13 – Hail the Conquering Hero – The Lady Eve

Part 14 – Back To School

Part 15 – Project Power – An American Pickle

Part 16 – The Secret: Dare to Dream 

Part 17 – Chadwick Boseman – 42 – Black Panther
Part 18 – Phenomenon
Part 19 – Mulan 2020
Part 20 – Waitress - Labor Day - Michael

Part 21 – Enola Holmes
Part 22 – Kiss the Ground
Part 23 – Top 5 Inspiring Thanksgiving Movie Scenes
Part 24 – Hubie Halloween 
Part 25 – Borat Subsequent Moviefilm 
Part 26 – The Queen’s Gambit   
Part 27 – Trading Places 
Part 28 – Greenland 
Part 29 – Logan’s Run 
Part 30 – Moonstruck 

Part 31 – Remember the Night
Part 32 – Tenet
Part 33 – Noel 
Part 34 – Soul
Part 35 – Feel Good Energy of Movies & TV Shows 
Part 36 – Last Holiday 1950 & 2006 
Part 37 – Synchronic 
Part 38 – Appetite for Love 
Part 39 – Tomorrowland
Part 40 – Cinderella 2015

Part 41 – Top Secret! – Real Genius 
Part 42 – Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind 
Part 43 – Coming 2 America
Part 44 – In & Of Itself 
Part 45 – Zack Snyder’s Justice League 
Part 46 – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 

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