Love Story

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One by one, people have shifted their lives into consciousness, taking charge and experiencing the experiences they desire, require, and deserve. Each of us has realized in our own way, the transformational power of QuantumPathic® Energy Methods by Sherry Anshara. And, we feel moved to share this perspective in the most compelling way via film! How better to serve the world than through enlightening entertainment!

Check out our website for a glimpse into the typical tale of “grow up, fall in love, get married, and live happily ever after…” so we begin with falling in love… Not Just Another Bleeped Up Love Story …& find out more about How to hug Heart-to-Heart.

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Holiday Gifts

Holiday Gifts

As we forge ahead with creating Not Just Another Bleeped Up Love Story and as we work to grow awareness of QPEM via the documentary “Why Are We Still So Bleeped Up?!?” the multiverse sends us the gift of Kristin Jackson, Publicist, agreeing to join the film trilogy team to bring this effort to life in 2017.

For now, Season’s Greetings for a Stellar Solstice, Happy Chanukah, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year. Falalalala.

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Phoenix Fashion Week Stirs Up Some Stuff

Phoenix Fashion Week Stirs Up Some Stuff

All things fashion … did I ever tell you that I had hopes of becoming a fashion designer? In high school, I would create patterns out of newspaper and then cut fabric—dodging shag carpet fibers with the scissors—and sew while sitting on the floor. So this romp was especially interesting from the get-go.

My marketing colleague, Kim Halmekangas, and I found our way around the vendors, the fashionable, and the bar for a beverage. We took the opportunity to introduce DNA Marketing services to the startup entrepreneur designers around the runway.

Exploring the local scene and taking in the style, I gathered inspiration for scenes in future films… got great ideas for clients on the fringe of fashion (and some inspiration for a designer) … oh, and possibly conjured up a design for my dress befitting the Not Just Another Bleeped Up Love Story premiere red carpet event!

Speaking of the red carpet. Here I ran into documentary film producer, William Caple III. He was doing his magic for fashion week with the cameras and the crew. We took a moment for a heart-to-heart hug and exchanged details that we found alluring.

annapawlenty-tamaraparisio-sqI was snagged for an interview with Anna Pawlenty — we both hail from Minnesota and find ourselves in the heat of things here in Arizona! Her presence at Phoenix Fashion Week provided coverage for the event, WamT Magazine, and Buzz TV Las Vegas.

We talked about fashion statements — how what you wear can spark an idea, establish an alliance, create a link. And, we explored the moviement of Not Just Another Bleeped Up Love Story — how we all are wired for conflict and connection.

Phoenix Fashion Week introduced me to designers making their way with style! And, in the realm of possibilities, we planted seeds of interest for a designer (or three) to do the wardrobe for our film.

Then I had the honor of spending time with the remarkable Louanna Faine of Real Talk Enterprise. From a childhood of trauma to a life of peace, acceptance, and assisting others, Louanna forges ahead, “changing lives one story at a time.”

We did a deep dive about Not Just Another Bleeped Up Love Story and how the film juxtaposes day to day situations with the underlying belief systems, programs, and conditioning that brings people together in communion and collaboration or opposition and enmity. This love story reveals the patterns that many experience as they follow the fairy tale of falling in love, getting married, and living happily ever after… after what? Well, we just can’t wait till you see the movie!

So much to explore, so little time! We were ushered off to see the couture runway show that wrapped up Phoenix Fashion Week 2016.  The fabulous Yasmeen sang her heart out with “Selfish” as we enjoyed her name in lights! Kudos to Barbara Bultman who earned the distinction of emerging couture designer of the year.

Late in the evening, we sashayed home with a heart full of style, kinship, relation, and meaning.

Stay tuned. More to come.

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Setup Stories — Charmed … Write On! Tamara’s Tale.

Setup Stories — Charmed … Write On! Tamara’s Tale.

The year opened for me with inspiration. In one of the many exercises I engaged to assist my continued growth, I chose a word for my year. Charmed. That summed up the feeling I intended to embrace in all that I would experience in 2016.

In January, I was working on designing the cover for a book by Sherry Anshara. The artwork flowed into being, capturing layers of meaning with shapes and colors. Sherry Anshara expressed delight with the cover, and I expressed my desire to do more creative projects as I was feeling my way into a sense of purpose. So, in February, Sherry Anshara told me there was a movie in the works, and she said I was the one to create the movie poster.

My heart jumped with joy. I love to create imagery. I enjoy getting lost in words—writing, reading, wordsmithing witty ditties and wise cracks. Throughout life, my work experience grew through advertising, marketing, and entrepreneurship. I became a self-proclaimed Creative Everything Orchestrator.

It is said that your dominant thoughts shape your life. My intentions were set on finding my tribe, getting focus for my writing, finding a way to express my voice … I was open to opportunity and to possibilities of aligning with a sense of purpose. I expressed my intentions to Sherry Anshara. She replied that she knew just the crew.

teatime-charmedSo, Sherry Anshara invited me to tea. There she introduced me as the artist for the book cover and “the one who will create the poster for our movie.” I was surrounded by spirited women who were supportive and appreciative of life. Goddesses. Including Traci Bogan.

At this tea, it was discussed that there was difficulty getting a screenplay, finding a writer. I had invited a friend with screenwriting experience to join us, and to consider the role. She was hesitant and chose not to participate.

The conversation revealed that it was critical to get a Treatment for the documentary in order to fetch funding. I realized, “I can do that.” And then, I added, “and let me take a crack at the screenplay.”

Next, Sherry Anshara introduced me to the QuantumPathic Productions LLC team via the weekly conference call. I received the seeds of ideas for the characters Emma Alden (surviving twin sister to stillborn Anna), a woman who rose through poverty to become a doctor to the poor, plus her parents, John and Sophia, and Michael Broderick/Roderick IV, a millionaire playboy plagued with a deadly illness, plus his parents, Bunny and Michael III … and an initial concept for a documentary-drama ala What the Bleep Do We Know? that the team—the Core Four—had developed during the prior seven months. Like seeds of wildflowers strewn in a garden, these ideas took root and provided flowers I could cultivate and arrange into a bouquet of a story.

With that, I wrote the Treatment. The treatment flowed easily. I carved out the three areas of the film: Set Up, Conflict, and Resolve with QuantumPathic concepts addressing the drama. Then, I attacked the screenplay. It helped to have experienced the film industry in various freelance jobs throughout my career. And, my study of writing in all forms includes regard for the art of the screenplay. Thus, I wrote, and I envisioned a story. Not a documentary, nor a docudrama, but a drama. One that unfolds—just like life.

As the script developed, I reinterpreted the characters to provide story opportunities and support scalable events. Characters stepped up from my life experiences and from the many “works in progress” I have in the coffers. This allowed me to explore many belief systems and programs of the human experience … and further expose the QuantumPathic concepts around them.

I asked myself, “Why would this character do this?” and “What is the underlying motivation?” to develop the story line. I looked for “pressure points” or how characters push each others’ buttons and engage the underlying programs or belief systems that affect us. With that, I continued to flesh out the dance of conflict and connection, and weave in my experience of the QuantumPathic Energy Method. Then, in my research about Sherry Anshara, I was compelled by the hospital presentations she held with doctors, nurses, and staff. And, this became part of the story.

So I carved out the details for each scene. The work transformed from a docu-drama to a drama—reflective of life. The screenplay emerged as a love story—with insight. The opportunity surfaced to reveal a bigger picture than a documentary, with potential to engage a wide audience with the promise of entertainment and enlightenment. With about 65 pages complete, I reached out to get alignment before spending more time on the script.

In a meeting with documentary director, William Caple III, and QuantumPathic Productions owner and executive producer, Sherry Anshara, I presented this turn in direction. It was readily embraced. Our enthusiasm grew. This would attract a larger audience than just the documentary. It would have broad appeal with entertainment value. It would reflect QuantumPathic Energy Method practices relative to life. At Coconuts over fish tacos, William Caple III shared tips for writing for the screen while Sherry Anshara interjected Quantumpathic reflections. I left the meeting with a heart full of energy.

Two weeks later, after sleepless nights and days fueled by enthusiasm, I delivered the approximately 120 page screenplay. Next, I had the joy of reading aloud the script for executive producer, Sherry Anshara, and producers Dana Jones and Traci Bogan. We sent it out to a few contacts for review and reflection. The feedback was entirely encouraging!

“Seetha [Demarco] read the script to me tonight.. so we could hear it.. and feel it..  we cried at several places, OMG I love it!” — Sherry Anshara

“Read the script this afternoon. Made me cry at least half a dozen times, all good.” — Keith Frost

“Once I started I couldn’t stop reading it…… It’s excellent! It really is! I love the characters and I like the way it flows.” — Bobbie Meola

“I have read the script and think it’s really compelling. I was impressed how you weaved the concepts through the story line so well and the comments by the doctors seem organic to the
story.” — Kristin Jackson

“This is so exciting, creating newness with this film. Thrilling! — Cindie Hubiak

With my background in advertising and marketing, I couldn’t help but put marketing tactics in motion—it was only natural that I be assigned the role of Chief Marketing Officer for the film. Please join us on this journey via Twitter, Facebook, and other platforms.

While creating the marketing plan, it became apparent that the title (which at the time was Another Bleeped Up Love Story ) was not correct. Because the story is more. So we revised it to be more powerfully indicative of the film, a love story that entertains and enlightens: Not Just Another Bleeped Up Love Story.

And, the Documentary Why Are We Still So Bleeped Up?!? continues to evolve (check it out on Facebook).

Thus, the journey continues. I am honored to be on such a fabulous team with the visionary concepts of Executive Producer, Sherry Anshara, the insights of Documentary Producer/Director, William Caple III, the pioneering expertise of Dreampreneur,  Traci Bogan, the contagious enthusiasm of Entrepreneur, Promotions and Events Specialist, Dana Jones, and the business acumen of Developer, Philanthropist, and Teacher, Keith Frost.  It is our intention to bring this to you in full manifestation so we can all SHARE THE LOVE in 2017. Enjoy.

Charmed, for sure. Oh, and remind me to tell you about the four leaf clovers that Dana Jones finds for us … that’s another tale!

The setup stories commemorate year one of developing the documentary “Why Are We Still So Bleeped Up?!” to educate about QPEM and the film “Not Just Another Bleeped Up Love Story” that entertains and enlightens with a story based on the truth.

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Setup Stories — Will’s Quantum Path

Setup Stories — Will’s Quantum Path

The ceilings were low and the music was loud in this particularly dark dive bar on the edge of Old Town Scottsdale. I’d never been to this particular bar before, and would probably not ever find myself here again. A crew member and I were setting up for a typical two hour recording of a local band. This day was stand-out unique because it was the Fourth of July concert celebration at the bar, even though the Fourth was a couple of days off.

I was busy setting up the light to shine on the lead singer when a woman approached and asked if I was a camera man. Reluctantly, I said  “Yes.” Why? Because I was certainly operating a camera and I have had that title applied to me many a time before. But I was much, much more. I had been running cameras for the better part of 15 years, but was more accurately a Producer and Director, not to mention the owner of my own production company for the last ten years. After I relayed this to the woman, she was ecstatic.

So I met Ms. Traci Bogan. She was a happy, enthusiastic type with a warmth you get from most people. She was smiling ear to ear, and looked at me as if I was a Godsend. She said, “Oh my God, you’re a producer!?” And without a breath, she continued, “You have to meet my friend. She’ll be here any minute.”

Enter, stage North, Ms. Sherry Anshara. She walked in with the presence of a sage, but the look on her face said, ‘Where the hell am I?!’ I’m almost certain she was thinking that. Traci called her over. Immediately, Traci explained this serendipitous moment, and exclaimed, “I found our producer!”

I agreed to meet with them over the phone in the future, we kicked off the documentary “Why Are We Still So Bleeped Up” … and the rest is history.

William H. Caple III, Chandler, AZ 2016

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The setup stories commemorate year one of developing the documentary “Why Are We Still So Bleeped Up?!” to educate about QPEM and the film “Not Just Another Bleeped Up Love Story” that entertains and enlightens with a story based on the truth.

 

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It’s a take!

It’s a take!

June rolled through with an opportunity to film Dr. Dwight McKee and Wind Ohmoto for the documentary Why Are We Still So Bleeped Up? a QuantumPathic Productions, LLC production that enlightens about QuantumPathic Energy Methods, setting the stage in preparation for creating the film, Not Just Another BleepedUp Love Story.

We have stepped forward with the Heartness movement—watch for an APP coming soon. Follow along on Twitter @BeHeartness and tag your heart-felt posts with #Heartness. Share the love.

The film, Not Just Another BleepedUp Love Story, a QuantumPathic Productions, LLC production, is an entertaining and enlightening love story reflecting the truth of life. It is one element of a movement to share the love and to live in heartness.

 

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Share Heart-to-Heart Hugs

Share Heart-to-Heart Hugs

Around the world, humans are hugging loved ones liver to liver. Instead, let’s embrace heart to heart! Here is the technique. It has long been forgotten, and we are working to remind the world of heart-to-heart hugs.

HOW TO HUG HEART TO HEART

Heart to heart embraceLean to the right. Bring together left shoulders to come together heart-to-heart, embrace one another, and share heart energy (add a kiss if you desire). When we hug heart to heart, our energy fields expand together.

Lead by raising your left arm and dipping your right arm. What happens when you do this? In this time of creating a habit with the heart-to-heart hug, the other person may get thrown off balance, take a miss step, or stop in their tracks with an inquisitive look.

If this happens, take a moment and explain that “this is a Heart-to-Heart Hug.”

njabuls-heart-to-heart-slowdanceLike a dance, this hug is choreographed by leading with left arm raised, taking a slight dip to the right, and embracing so that our hearts physically connect, sharing heart feelings; love, compassion, empathy.

SHARE HEART ENERGY—NOT LIVER ENERGY

This is a shift from our current habit of hugging with our right shoulders coming together. In this embrace we share the energy of our livers where our emotions of anger, resentment, and trauma are stored. No thank you!

Instead, let us come together in heartness. Connect and share appreciation with each other—hugging stimulates your nervous system, decreases loneliness, combats fear, increases self-esteem, defuses tension.

Open your heart to give and to receive. Linger in the embrace. Go through the moment of discomfort and allow your self to relax. Take a breath. Feel the gentle drumming of two hearts in a chord of accord.

HUG YOUR WAY HEALTHY

“We need 4 hugs a day for survival. We need 8 hugs a day for maintenance. We need 12 hugs a day for growth.” — Virginia Satir

A hug has an almost immediate impact on health, lowering heart rate and inducing a calming effect while also leading to an improved mood! Hugging is as beneficial for the person giving the hug as for the person receiving the hug due to the reciprocal nature of touch.

Your body produces oxytocin in response to physical touch. The neuropeptide oxytocin, released by your pituitary gland, is a naturally occurring hormone in your body with incredibly powerful, health-giving properties.

WRAP UP YOURSELF IN HEART TO HEART HUGS

So, hugging is an incredible way to bond with others and to boost physical, and emotional, health. Make an effort to hug the people close to you and get hugs in return! Make every hug a hearty heart-to-heart hug.

 

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Reading the Screenplay for the Producers

Reading the Screenplay for the Producers

screenplay2Fun to read through script one today!” —Tamara

Tamara Parisio, our scriptwriter, read through the script today with Producers Dana Jones, Sherry Anshara, and Traci Bogan. This is first in a trilogy of films based on the truth and presents the QuantumPathic® Energy Method in day-to-day life.

This movie is a gift in the making—beyond exciting! To free people from limited belief systems and duality, based on practical quantum physics for every day life, this script rocks! And it is so entertaining.

Thank you all for the encouragement. Looking forward to unveiling scripts two and three in this trilogy—but first, we shall change the world with this one!” — with Heartness, Tamara

 

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