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The Moses Code
The Moses Code
Actor: Debbie Ford
Director: James Twyman
Genres: Indie & Art House, Special Interests
PG     2008     1hr 30min

Focusing on the power of "soul manifestation," The Moses Code draws upon our own innate spiritual power to produce miracles everywhere we go. It goes beyond the worldly goods we think we need and shows us how to instead "g...  more »


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Actor: Debbie Ford
Director: James Twyman
Genres: Indie & Art House, Special Interests
Sub-Genres: Indie & Art House, Religion & Spirituality
Studio: Hay House
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 04/07/2008
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 1hr 30min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
MPAA Rating: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

The Moses Code
U. Balu | 10/18/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

Taking concepts from the scriptures to high levels of meaning is `routine' in Eastern religions, especially Hinduism/Vedic Religion, but here is a rare program that does that with a key concept of the Abrahamic religions. The strong message is that the journey of Moses is the journey of all of us to transformation, a journey to become a person of wholeness.

The interpretation of "I am That I am" to "I am That, I am" is a key message of this presentation. It resonates the message of Hinduism ("So Hum"-I am That).
The main points presented are: the importance of giving which is simultaneously receiving, willing to accept the giving from the higher power without blocking it with ego issues, realizing the Unity behind all divisions (another Vedic/Hindu concept), a brilliant analysis of the Burning Bush, importance of spiritual practice through which we can understand the Divine Will, and encountering our inner pharaohs so that we can hopefully get to our destiny of the holy land/promised land.

Out-of-the-ordinary, to say the least. Many presenters make the program, and as always, some are way better than others. This DVD comes highly recommended.

Oops! Forgot the comma?
Cinnamon Girl | Studio City, California USA | 01/13/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)

"This film was made in the style of "The Secret" and was pleasant to view. If you buy that the statement, "I am that I am" is missing a comma midway, then you may enjoy seeing it. It certainly could be interpreted that way. I, however, think the statement stands as it is and that a comma was not intended. I think it refers to the is-ness of the I AM. It simply IS. It is not (insert anything). That would imply limitation. It is that it is -- I am that I am -- is not subject to time and space...or mind conceptualization. The Bible has plenty of other (and clear) ways of saying what the film makers say this statement is about (for example,'turn over a stone and you will find me there'). I love Debbie Ford's other works and she did a good job with this film, even though I don't join her in the missing comma theory."
Love the message, love the book, DVD needs more
Jaime Vendera | Ohio | 11/14/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I think James Twyman is a brilliant writer. I loved both the Moses Code and the Kaballah Code, and have read them both several times. But the Moses code DVD tried to capture some of the elements of The Secret, but for me, the movie just didn't keep me captivated. Although it wasn't a long movie, it seemed long-drawn out and couldn't keep my attention. I truly hate saying this, because I want to see people get this message...James' focus on bringing to Law of Attraction craze back to the source of the Law, which is God, is such an important message to be shared, especially in a country that is portraying the message that it wants to kick God out. So, for people out there who want to see this movie, I am not here to dissuade you, but I ask that you read the book version first to give you the groundwork. The message is in the book, as well as the movie too, but his writing really keeps me on my toes. Maybe that's why I was a little disappointed with the movie. I might've built it up so big in my mind that it couldn't outdo the book. But really, what movie does outdo the book? It's still worth an hour of your time to get the message."