We made this movie, Frannie, Barb, Megan, Greg,
and I, and a bunch of other people, a long time ago, 2002. Back then we were
using an archaic, clunky finger-testing method where you hooked one of your fingers onto
your thumb, and when it released that was a yes. The way we do it now is much quicker and
allows for spontaneous guidance to come through. Yet most of the basics in these films
still hold. If you've started getting finger signals that you're curing or have cured
things, then these are good films to learn more from. And they always will be; and they'll
also be important historical documents on how cure was developed, and what the watershed
period of the CureDrive, before there was a CureDrive, looked like.
Back then I believed that if we taught a lot of doctors, this would tip into global
consciousness, so we met and filmed a bunch of doctors learning this, or simply called the
ones we already knew and filmed them. Nothing much ever came of that idea -- people don't
usually listen to doctors who tell them about a way of curing as offbeat as this. We
discovered that the thing that really matters to our colleagues is that they can cure
things, not that a doctor can.
And in some of the clips in this film you can see the beginnings of the way we use our
fingers now. Some of the people experienced a slow, spontaneous movement of their
finger, rather than having it release -- the hooked fingers just moved apart; this was the
beginning of the way we test now. We actually developed a faster, simpler, more direct way
of getting cure signals as we filmed this. The people we filmed taught us.
What I'm saying here is probably gobbledygook to anybody who hasn't done Lesson # 1, and the finger testing stuff
probably just sounds weird. Well, it is weird, and ridiculous, so you have to bear in mind
that there is some connection between what I'm saying about fingers and how all these
people cured the things that you see reported in the TALLY at
the top of the homepage.
And I love the way these movies were shot and the way I edited them. We probably had 200
hours of footage, and though I couldn't bear to part with any of it, I did. The result is
2 1/2 hours in five parts. And while it's more important that a beginner do the 2-Step Startup and listen to CureShows, I know that this movie will be of
interest to many people, and that's why it stays, and stands.
The place where this movie really shines, where it truly shows the effect
what we're disseminating is having on humanity, is where you see all these people,
complete strangers to cure, over 100 of them, be absolutely blown out of the water,
overwhelmed, flabbergasted by the instantaneous change in themselves when they get one of
these weird signals. And their laughter. And their calmness, happiness, and serenity. And their wisdom: the innate wisdom that instantly springs from them
that was invisible a moment before, and that manifests when they connect with their own
ability to cure things.
This movie shows that curing things has a value beyond being well: it makes us who we
really are -- courageous, in control, brilliant, loving, intuitive, and so much more.