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A lot has gone down since we faced the quantum field together in 2004 with the bold thought: “I create my own reality.” Where’ve you been these last few years? What have you done? Learned? Created?

Life is throwing us some HUGE curve balls at the moment, and all of us at What the BLEEP figured now is a great time to celebrate the power of awakened choice and creation by sending out three special editions of The Bleeping Herald. We’re shamelessly proud of what we’ve all been up to (a lot!) and want you to get inspired in turn.

This month we kick off with the sumptuous book, The (not so) Little Book of Surprises–a creation that took Will Arntz by surprise, growing from “a little project” into something that got totally out of hand until…well…see for yourself!

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Here are interviews with Will and author Deirdre Hade (Will’s new wife!)

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For those of you in Southern California, on December 10 there is a book launch/signing at The Sacred Space in Summerland.

Will and Mark recently attended the opening of Barnet Bain’s new film Milton’s Secret (Based on the book by Eckhart Tolle). Here’s the review.

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We tip our hats in sad farewell to two BLEEP scientists who have made the biggest quantum leap of all since the movie was made: Candace Pert and Masaru Emoto.

Candace Pert, PhD Masaru Emoto

 

Next issue Betsy Chase talks about her latest projects, we share an inspiring video to Jean Houston’s poem JUMP!, introduce you to Endre Balogh, violin virtuoso and award winning photographer for The (not so) Little Book of Surprises, and Will blogs on “What happened to BLEEP 2?”

 

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There’s also a movie review and a teaser
on my new book that Atria bringing out in
January: The E Word: Ego, Enlightenment
& Other Essentials
. And the way life is
going, who knows what (the &^*%$) else
we’ll have by then…

 

So welcome back! Enjoy!

 

Cate Montana
Editor

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