Hey y'all, I've been experimenting with a dramatic synopsis for a film promoting Breathwork. I'd love to hear your feedback about the concept I've drawn up so far!
You're encouraged to share interesting ideas and concepts to possibly incorporate. Anything from character development to plot lines to events that could happen, etc.
The story ties closely with my personal journey and the main character "Brian" is obviously inspired by the past decade of following the journey of❤️
(The main character's name doesn't have to Brian🤣)
I will update with your comments that resonate with me! Here's the initial concept so far:
"The Breathwork Revolution"
This film follows the journey of Brian, a man stuck in a cycle of depression and frustration. He stumbles upon the practice of Transformational Breathwork and it completely transforms his life. He becomes a breathwork evangelist, traveling the world and connecting with a diverse group of professionals who have also been saved by the power of breath. Together, they embark on a crusade to heal the world from the mental and physical suffering caused by degenerate behavior and ignorance.
Brian's journey is one of personal growth and self-discovery. He starts off in a state of victimhood, but as he embraces the discomfort of his past and takes responsibility for his life, he becomes a master of his own mind and emotions. Through breathwork, he learns to flow with the universe and finds true connection with others.
The themes of the film center around revolution, growth, and transformation. Brian's actions are bold and extreme, but they inspire others to wake up and take control of their own lives. The story's climax is a revolutionary moment in which the world, due to Brian's influence and teachings, collectively realizes how good times create weak people and how weak people create bad times. In light of this realization, the international collective agrees to intentionally make it a priority to design systemic childhood and early adulthood experiences that are hard on purpose, but in a healthy and informed way, with support systems to make sure people don't have to live in conditions that are too hard. This will help people become strong and independent so they can keep the enlightened state they reached during the global Eureka moment. The world recognizes that each person has an incalculable amount of value and makes sure that every educational system is regularly and openly audited so that the highest standards of education and human development can be kept. To instill as much balance and trust in the civilization as possible, all scientific departments become open-source and can be audited without a warrant by anyone.
The film emphasizes individual responsibility and accountability as key factors in success or failure and shows how Breathwork can help people embrace these responsibilities for the betterment of themselves and the world. It is a dramatic, inspiring, and educational story that is relatable and practical, appealing to both spiritual and non-spiritual audiences. Brian's journey mirrors the hero's journey, but with the added dimension of the four stages of awakening. His interactions are meaningful and heart-centered, and his growth is evident as the story progresses. The world's Eureka moment leads to the recognition of utopia as impossible and the recognition of perpetual systemic advancement and innovation as the most sustainable international model for individual sovereignty to thrive in all our quest for a better world for all."