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Daniel Cohen (M, 36)
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    The Secret
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    So, I kind of overheard about this "secret" thing, kinda heard Oprah saying something about it. Having a clean house you can have a better life or something. Well I decided to find out what this whole thing is about. It's about the Law of Attraction. Here is the first 20 minutes of the docufilm:

    In a way it's related to what I was researching last night about Metaphysics and how mind and matter are much different things. Just reading about metaphysics on wikipedia engages me and wants me to go find old philosophy books and start reading like a madman.

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    folkert     Mon, Apr 30, 2007  Permanent link
    I must say that I find this Secret thing very cheesy. Advanced thinking for the masses.
    Haven't properly engaged with it, but it sounds similar to the What the Bleep stuff. Gives me the creeps.
    daniel     Mon, Apr 30, 2007  Permanent link
    yeah it is very cheesy, but I think it should have it's time in sun, just so people will look further into philosophy or science.