About the time that I was obsessed with Drew Barrymore and ET, Shirley MacLaine was filming her own documentary TV series about her own encounters and explorations with life, and the question: "Is there more than this" and "What happens when we die?"

In her 40's Shirley met and fell in love with a man who she felt an instant connection with, a sense that she had known him before. It sent her on a path of discovery and exploration into her own self, and shifted her own beliefs about the true nature of her existance.

The relationship was fated to doom, repeating karmic patterns of previous incarnations together, but allowed each person in the relationship to explore as we often do in relatioships, what is you, me and what do I believe versus you? 

She wrote a book about her experience, and later in 1983 she adapted it for television. Her journey is timeless and particularly relevant for anyone who has reached their 40's and thought, what now?

The full movie can be watched in two parts. I recommend putting the phone on silent, snuggling up on the couch and enjoying it to its fullest.

If you'd like to learn more about Shirley's books, you can catch her at her website https://shirleymaclaine.com/  A review of her collection of writings can be found at https://www.nypl.org/blog/2021/03/01/shirley-macclaine-memoirs

I'd love to hear what you thought about the movie.  Have you ever felt the same way about a person before? Is there someone that you can't stop thinking about, despite the fact that you know you are not destined to be together in this lifetime? Why not try a sound based past life regression with me. It's a journey through time with your angels, using the crystal singing bowls, and we can shed some insight into your lives and romances across time.

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