The Celestine Prophecy movie is directed by Armand Mastroianni and written by James Redfield in 2006.
It is a spiritual adventure film chronicling the discovery of ancient scrolls in the rainforests of Peru.
The Celestine Prophecy movie synopsis:
This is an action-adventure adaptation of the hit novel by James Redfield, a film that moves so swiftly it can be difficult at times to absorb the New Age philosophy tucked into Redfield’s multiple, so-called Insights.
Matthew Settle plays an American history teacher who travels to Peru to look into the discovery of an ancient manuscript that foretells the arrival of a new spirituality.
The Peruvian government and Catholic Church, threatened by something that might supplant traditional religion and mainstream values, harass and arrest the scientists and enlightened souls who discovered the manuscript.
Our hero becomes involved in a dangerous effort to keep the document from official hands; along the way, he’s introduced to the prophecy’s major principles, which arouse his dormant spiritual abilities.
Annabeth Gish, Hector Elizondo, and Jurgen Prochnow are a welcome presence in this light and sometimes confusing if casually engaging work that requires repeat viewings to fully hear it’s an interesting message.
You’ll notice right away that this movie is different. View it as a typical adventure and you’ll see it all at one level, but begin to feel it, first with the music, and by grasping what the characters are sensing intuitively and you’ll see what I mean.
It’s one thing to go on a search for a lost scroll. It’s quite another to perceive a whole set of enhanced perceptions and intuitive ability that comes from a deeper spiritual consciousness.
If you believe we need a new world view, one that cherishes our best spiritual traditions — but at the same time takes them to a deeper level — we believe this movie is for you.
More interesting documentaries are available to watch on insightstate, like: Graham Hancock – The War on Consciousness, The God Within, The Boy Who Lived Before, Rupert Sheldrake – The Science Delusion, Mystic Tibet: An Outer, Inner and Secret Pilgrimage, Peter Russell – The Global Brain, Stanislav Grof – The Healing Potential of Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness or Sikkim.