فيلم Heal

Heal

Heal is a movie starring Deepak Chopra, Joseph Dispenza, and Kelly Turner. A documentary film that takes us on a scientific and spiritual journey where we discover that by changing one's perceptions, the human body can heal itself...

Running Time
1 hours 46 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Kelly Noonan
Writer
Kelly Noonan
Actors
Joseph Dispenza, Deepak Chopra, Kelly Turner, Bruce Lipton
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Director Kelly Noonan's documentary takes us on a scientific and spiritual journey where we discover that our thoughts, beliefs, and emotions have a huge impact on our health and ability to heal. The latest science reveals that we are not victims of unchangeable genes, nor should we buy into a scary prognosis. The fact is we have more control over our health and life than we have been taught to believe. This film will empower you with a new understanding of the miraculous nature of the human body and the extraordinary healer within us all. HEAL not only taps into the brilliant mind's of leading scientists and spiritual teachers, but follows three people on actual high stakes healing journeys. Healing can be extremely complex and deeply personal, but it can also happen spontaneously in a moment. Through these inspiring and emotional stories we find out what works, what doesn't, and why. Featuring Dr. Deepak Chopra, Anita Moorjani, Marianne Williamson, Dr. Michael Beckwith, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Anthony Williams ' Medical Medium', Dr. Bernie Siegel, Gregg Braden, Dr. Joan Borysenko, Dr. David Hamilton, Dr. Kelly Brogan, Rob Wergin, Dr. Kelly Turner, Peter Chrone, Dr Darren Weissman, and Dr Jeffrey Thompson.

Comments about documentary «Heal» (22)

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Helen

This movie was the first one I had ever seen where I thought that "Earth has a future" and I thought it was the only one that I liked. But I have to say that the movie is not a blockbuster film, it was very boring, at least for me. I mean, I have to say that the movie is not very scary, at least in my opinion, and that's why I didn't like it. The acting was very good. I felt that the main actor was very good. I can say that they were very good in their roles. The movie is very funny, but not very interesting or funny, or funny in a good way. But that's not my problem, it's the "not very scary" part, that I didn't like. But the movie is not a big budget movie, but it's not a bad one. It's very very good, at least for me, for a first time I saw the movie. I would recommend the movie to anyone, if you have some time to spare and you like to see a good movie.

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Vincent

This film is truly a work of art. Not only is it stunningly beautiful, it's a sobering look at the poverty and desperation of the United States. In my opinion, this is the best documentary I have ever seen. Every single aspect of this film is perfect, and every single person involved was talented. I hope that people will watch this and gain a great deal from it. I do believe that most people should see this film. I believe that everyone should see this film. I do not believe that this film is an exaggeration of what is really happening in America. In the end, the film is just plain and simply amazing.

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Gary

I wanted to see this documentary about the plight of the elephants in Africa. I was also interested in knowing the truth about the state of the elephants in the United States. After watching this documentary, I am not surprised that the United States government does not want to protect elephants. This documentary revealed the US government's shortcomings to protect elephants, and the need for a bill of rights to protect elephants. The movie did a wonderful job of showing how we can stop the suffering of elephants. I hope that more people will see this movie and then contact their representatives to demand the protection of elephants. Thank you for the documentary.

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Amy R.

I saw this film at a free screening last year and I found it to be a wonderful film. When I went to a screening at the Fort Wayne, IN Film Festival, the film was very well received. I was surprised by the amount of people who were turned off by it because they were told it was only for children. I didn't know what to expect but it was a wonderful film that would help people understand that the people who are in the front lines of AIDS are the same people who would have been HIV positive if they didn't take preventative measures. The film is also an informative piece on why HIV is so dangerous. I am hopeful that I will be able to go see the film again because I feel as though it is truly a wonderful film. If you can find a free screening, please go see this film!

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Doris B.

I was not expecting to like this film, so I tried to avoid it like the plague. The only reason I actually managed to do so was because I have not watched it in a few years. There is a lot of anger, pain and despair in the film, and the acting is great, the scene in the prison was one of the best I have ever seen. The other major acting scene was when this woman's son dies. It was a truly moving scene, and I thought I was going to vomit afterwards. I'm sorry to say it, but this film is not for the squeamish. I hope it is a sign of things to come. I think we are heading into a period of political apathy in our country, and it will probably be like this film for many years to come.

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Amber

You can see this film before the end credits in the Redbox I Video as "Diary of a Teenager" It was a lot better than I expected. The documentary was a wonderful insight into teen sexual exploration and the journey of a young man who was not ready for a life as an adult. The parts about teens developing sexual relationships with other teens and the risks involved were very sensitive and accurate. I loved how the focus was on the 14 year old boy. He is a big part of this story. He is an articulate, well-spoken, and socially independent young man who has been going to these clubs for several years now. He has his own interests, he is a pretty good cook, and he cares about his grades. He is a nice guy. He is not some violent killer, but he is not a nice person either. The dangers of this world are very well portrayed, and I think the people who made this film did an excellent job. It's a must see for teens and adults alike, and I hope that many more people will see this film as well.

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Rachel R.

There are a few (not many) things to criticize here, but overall this is an excellent documentary that deserves an award or two. I would have given it an 8 or 9, but I was also expecting a lot more. I was a bit disappointed by the quality of the film itself and the slow pace of it. A lot of the documentaries on this site give you a sense of excitement, but in the end, you still feel like you've been put through a torture. Well, I can only hope that the original material by Elliott Naish, The Island of Dr. Moreau, will be found someday on DVD and will be enjoyed by many people. The rest of the material is very interesting, especially the original work by Naish. It's worth a look, and you won't regret it. It's about time for this documentary series to be renewed.

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Ashley R.

This is a film about a child in the inner city that needs a major surgery. To make sure that the surgery goes as smoothly as possible, Dr. Dina is given a task, which is to make sure that the surgery is completed on time. In order to accomplish this, Dr. Dina will need to get a major insurance company, which is Glick, to cover the medical expenses of the operation. What would you do if you have to be a surgeon? Would you get a little bit of money and go ahead and do the surgery, or would you let some of your patients die to help other patients? Would you be that selfish, or would you help others? I hope this film is a wake-up call to many of the young and naive doctors in this country. Many of these people are still naive to what their patients are going through. I would strongly suggest that we take a moment to think about what we are doing to the young and poor patients of this country. We need to realize that this is the case. If we don't, we will never change the future of the country. I hope this film is a wake-up call for all of us.

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Debra

I think the medical community and the general public have become complacent in the information they receive. This film is just another step in the right direction. Dr. John Travolta, an ex-military veteran, came out of retirement to produce this film. It will provide a crucial link between the general public and their healthcare providers. Dr. Travolta's passion for bringing awareness of this issue is evident in his commitment to film, his teaching of medical students and his conferences. He is a true hero and a role model for the medical profession. This film is a must see for all.

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Diana Gutierrez

If you don't have access to an Odeon cinema, go and see this movie. It is an amazing film and I have watched it once already and it is great. It tells the story of my life, it is heartbreaking and it is very emotional. When I first watched the movie it brought tears to my eyes and I just can't believe that someone that I never knew could be so cruel. It is a must watch, it is a piece of art and if you want to know the story of my life, you will want to watch it. I have watched this movie a number of times and it is a very emotional movie. If you don't want to cry and if you are still not convinced to see this movie, I would strongly suggest that you watch it. I am going to go see it again today.

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Doris M.

I am a big fan of Heath and I had the pleasure of seeing him perform in a series of TV shows over the years. I was a little concerned with this new documentary, however, and was not completely happy with the way it was shot, especially the last part of it. We learn that Heath was a wonderful man and that he had a lot of problems in his life and that they were all overcome by his love for his family. While some of his problems were his own, he does point out that he was very well loved by his family. When his son Joe was around, he was surrounded by love and care. Heath had no problems with his son, and when Joe was gone, he went to his house and looked after his elderly mother. If there was any question about Heath's ability to take care of his mother, the documentary tells us it was from the very beginning. Heath was not the only person who was brilliant with his mother. In the same documentary, it is mentioned that he was a great writer, and he was always in the right place. And the truth is that he was in the right place at the right time, which is why he got the Nobel Peace Prize for his work in Darfur. What makes this film great is that we are able to see Heath through the eyes of his wife, Helen. They were never apart. They were always together. As I said, there were some problems in their marriage, but Heath was able to overcome all of them. I'm glad that Heath had a wonderful wife in Helen. Helen has a special place in my heart. She's a wonderful woman and a brilliant mother. I was surprised to hear that she has three children and that she gave all of them away. But she did raise three boys and she is one of the most devoted mothers in the world. Helen is the epitome of being a good mother. She made the decision to do what was right for her children. I recommend this documentary to everyone. It is so worth seeing. I can't say enough about this documentary.

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Amy Daniels

The first 15 minutes of this film are incredible. This is truly a must see!

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Carl

this movie is a must see for anyone who's ever had a traumatic experience and just want to get help! it tells the story of Maddy, a young woman who experienced what happened to her as a child. her life since then has been rough, her mother was abusive, and she was living with a teenage girl. but she always had this spirit and refused to let it affect her. she was able to turn her life around and her father, since she has been able to see that he is not the one she thought he was, was also able to help her with her problems. it is a must see movie for anyone who has a history of dealing with trauma in their lives and who doesn't like to see it get worse. it really gets into the soul of the subject of how she was able to turn her life around. for me this is one of the best movies of the year.

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Heather

Here's another one of those documentaries that has a solid script, a good cast, good directing and yet the director and the camera man completely screw it up. The story is supposed to be about a young man who has cancer and his two friends, when one gets his leg amputated, that gives the two boys the idea to make a documentary on it. A lot of the time, this film looks like a very bad reality TV show. It has very unrealistic characters, and some actors play very well, but the script is terrible. The ending is very awkward. This is not a documentary about cancer. This is about two teenagers making a documentary about cancer. And then some kid gets his leg amputated. It's a failure. The director tried to make a good movie, but the script is terrible and the director is absolutely awful. You can tell that the director was not a good fit for the project. The film is about cancer, but the film is about cancer. Why the hell did they have to have the director be the director? And the film does not make any sense.

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Deborah

Very disturbing film that captures the desperate and hopeless situation that many African nations are now in, a situation that was caused by outside forces. It also reveals how US military was completely involved in this situation. I would highly recommend this film for everyone and would strongly recommend viewing it in the theater to get the full impact of the disturbing scene and the powerful message that it conveys. "You are all murderers".

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Billy

Most of the videos that I watch are either from the internet or TV, or both. This movie is so good that it deserves a major award. I found it very well-made, and also fascinating. Although the video quality is not the best, it was well-edited and the soundtrack was fantastic. I am glad that the video was released on DVD as well as on VHS. If you love movies, especially the drama genre, and you have a decent home-computer, I highly recommend you give this film a shot. I think that it will become a cult classic, and everyone will want to see it, just like with any other great movie that it is a part of.

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Ronald Ryan

Sixty years later, the healing power of magic is still being used as often as it was used back then. If I had to pick a time when magic was truly used, I would have to say this time would be around the year 1940. There was a woman named Madeline Kern, who was one of the world's leading investigators into magical practices. She had a large group of people at her disposal to conduct her research. She was also a woman who had a high esteem for her patients, so she made sure that all of them received a fair share of the healing powers they received from these magical methods. She also asked that the patients be completely free of any fear or injury. In order for a magical method to work, it must be able to overcome the natural hostility of the patient, and this could be done through many different methods. There were even some cases where magic was used to heal a patient who had died during a battle. This woman and her group of investigators knew that there were many people who believed in magical healing and that they believed in the natural healing methods that had been shown to work. Many of these people had to go out into the wilderness or back to the city to perform their healing methods. They also believed that if they could just stop looking for and fighting with these methods, then their healing abilities would take over and they would be healed in no time. They also knew that the natural healing methods had to be utilized when they had to deal with diseases, injuries, or any other kind of sickness. They also believed that these natural healing methods could never be learned. They knew that the healing would only be developed through a person's own efforts and only through good use of the natural healing methods that they had learned. This woman, Madeline Kern, knew this and she wanted to make sure that everyone knew this. She knew that she needed to keep the knowledge to herself and that's why she did not want others to use or learn about the healing powers that she had been able to discover. Now, as we all know, the world has changed a lot since the time that Madeline Kern was alive. People have become more superstitious and more closed off to natural healing methods. Also, many of the practices of the medical profession have changed drastically as well. If you are a woman, chances are you have heard of one of the many forms of cancer, or other kinds of disease that were cured through the use of medical treatments. However, this does not mean that magical healing is no longer being used. Today, modern day medical practices are far more powerful than the methods used back then. Many of the natural healing methods are now being used and are much more powerful and effective than the methods that were used back then. If you are a woman, you can find out more information about how to heal yourself by taking some time to listen to this documentary, The Healing of Others, which is available on DVD and also on the website. It's just another example of how powerful this documentary was. I give this documentary a 10/10.

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Russell Perkins

It is rare to come across a documentary that reveals so much information about one person, a real life hero, who is in the news, not just for being an awesome badass, but for how he can literally change the lives of millions of people around the world. This movie is the story of Kevyn Orr. He is a guy who wakes up every day in his bed, from 9am until 5pm, to go to work at the Lawrence Livermore National Lab in California. I am a huge fan of his work, as are so many others, and to have his story told in a documentary format, is truly a wonderful thing. This is what we all would like to have if we were as great as Kevyn Orr, and the world could really be a better place. This is a must see for everyone, as it shows the ups and downs of a man who could change the lives of so many people. He is a true inspiration to all of us, and we should all be proud of him for doing his job. The best part of this documentary is the way the whole story was told. It is such a simple story, but it is so beautiful, it just makes you want to live a more meaningful life. This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, and it has been two years since I have seen it, but I still find it exciting to hear the stories that were told, and I keep finding new things that I can learn from. If you have not seen it, go watch it. I promise you will not regret it.

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Rachel S.

My understanding of the Vietnamese movie industry is that many of the movies made by Vietnamese have been released internationally. So this documentary presents what I believe is the true story of how the industry was created. It takes us into the mindset of the young children in these factories, how they are treated and the movies made that are made. It also provides a view of Vietnam's involvement in the movie industry and how the American government and Hollywood promoted the industry. The story of the Vietnamese movies is told with all the honesty that is necessary. The documentary is entertaining, it is well-organized and well-produced. The producers and crew did a very good job in documenting the movie and giving an accurate overview of the industry. The young actors, who are highly skilled, really brought the characters to life. I believe that many of them are now in Hollywood. In my opinion, this is a great story to tell. I also believe that the movie is very interesting because of the way it was produced and the way it is presented. One of the things that I liked about this movie is that it did not focus on the brutality of the Vietnamese factories or on the struggle that the children have to go through. There are a few shots where the children are shown in the factory and I thought it was very interesting. I think this was one of the reasons why I enjoyed this documentary so much. I also thought that the documentaries were well-edited and that they did not have any real gaps in the story. The documentary also shows the relationship between the Vietnamese and the American government. I was very impressed with the way they treated the Vietnamese. I also enjoyed the way they presented the stories of the children. It is a great documentary. It's a movie that should be seen by anyone who is interested in the Vietnam war.

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Laura K.

I have been following the progress of ALS since I was diagnosed with this horrible disease. I am hoping this documentary will help other people that have experienced this terrible disease. I am a motor vehicle mechanic and mechanic, I work in a community center, and I work with a young man in a rehabilitation facility. I thought this film was a wonderful tribute to my life and the people I knew, and it definitely got my blood pumping. I want to thank Mr. Wallace for taking his time to make this film and for allowing us the opportunity to watch his "experience." The way he felt when he was diagnosed was truly shocking, and the way he felt when he was released from the hospital was incredibly moving. I would recommend this film to everyone I know, I am so glad I have been able to watch it, and I hope everyone experiences the same kind of love and gratitude.

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Philip F.

A must watch movie for those who believe that religious people are lying and deceiving the world. If you are a Christian, you should watch this movie. This movie is a MUST watch movie for everyone to see.

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Gerald

With its 90 minute running time, "The Healing" is a rather boring documentary. It was filmed in real time, in the hospital where I work and has patients from all over the country. In addition to the patients, many others in the hospital are interviewed. The two doctors and a nurse who are interviewed are completely credible. I was impressed by the fact that all the patients were alive and healthy when the documentary was being made. I was amazed by their responses to the film. The film isn't intended to be a major statement about the health care system. It's meant to show the stories of the people in the hospital. The doctors and nurses are genuine. The participants are shown speaking about their experience in a calm, non-judgmental manner. Although the documentary isn't intended to be an educational film, it does have the power to impact people. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in health care. I think it's very realistic and gives a much better understanding of the system and its complications.