The Sedona International Film Festival proudly presented the global premiere of The Coolest Meditation Ever: Antarctica 12.12.12 from Sedona-based filmmaker Ken Sheetz—on 12.12.16, exactly four years from the day it was filmed in Antarctica.
Sheetz’s twenty-four meditations in Antarctica were meant to lighten things up for the planet during the uneasiness about December 21st, 2012, the “dreaded end of the Mayan calendar.” There he planted 24 seeds for fundamental planetary change into the pristine energy field of ice and snow.
How does the universe communicate from subatomic particles, wavelengths, superstrings, to stars and galaxies and every being? And how do individuals communicate back to see their dreams manifest before them?
The heartening assumption of The Coolest Meditation Ever is that every one of us makes waves in the field of consciousness that are felt for eternity and experienced in our lifetimes. On Earth we are all still drinking the water and breathing the air here when Earth began. That framework of quantum connection of all beings empowered one man to plant that quantum nature in film viewers’ minds.
What’s striking about the meditations is their brevity. In just over an hour Sheetz makes us quantum participants in 24 motivational shifts in the collective consciousness across the planet. The film’s ET spirit guide, Ohom, tells us, “It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy that the people that do these meditations link their hearts to the work that was done in Antarctica. Weaving this intent across the hearts of mankind it powers up planetary healing for us all.”
While all of this is spiritually serious, it’s easy to see that Sheetz loves to laugh. He pokes lots of fun at himself and stretches our imaginations of what is real in this lighthearted documentary. The penguins are delightful, Antarctica is visually astounding, and its unpredictable primal nature makes this film an exciting journey into remote inner and natural worlds. Take a journey to Antarctica of quantum intention with fun and loveable filmmaker Ken Sheetz.