The Power of Connection is a documentary that explores the layers that comprise human connection, as well as connection to the divine and even the natural world around us.
Through stories and metaphors, sociologist Isabel Hundt examines how our thoughts determine our ability or inability to experience the meaningful connection for which every human being is wired.
Beginning with her own story of a relationship that ended unnecessarily, she explored the emotions and conflicting messages that come with labels, unconscious bias, and a fictional identity she felt compelled to protect.
The Power of Connection metaphorically opens doors to shed light on the ways we can alter our social programming, expectations, judgements, conditioning, and emotions to experience the energetic phenomenon of authentic, loving connection with all of humanity.
Isabel’s unique gift of synesthesia - the ability to see energy in color - combined with a fascinating case study experiment, reveals the way energies between people can become entwined, even among strangers. This study illustrates how even through eye contact, the windows of the soul can become attuned to other people and to the divine design that connects every living thing.
A call to self-awareness and curiosity, The Power of Connection leaves viewers with simple but powerful tools to identify and alter the thought patterns that create disconnection - even within religious institutions and church communities.
An invitation to peace - starting with ourselves - this documentary taps into a depth of self-exploration that could serve as healing balm to a divided and fragmented world.
"So excited for the
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It's so powerful.
“What an awesome film presentation! Something you will not want to miss. This is a must-see if you are someone who cares deeply about the condition we find ourselves in as a world society.
"This film is a MUST, as it opens your eyes and minds into mysterious intricacies of human connection by folding together the elements of sociology, science, and spirituality. If you enjoyed 'What the Bleep Do We Know!?', you will absolutely LOVE this!!!"