This film is different from any film that has been released so far for several reasons. It represents something very important that is seldom spoken of in some spiritual traditions (the topic is almost taboo). It is based around insights that came during a “peak meditation experience” when Dan encountered beings that identified themselves as “the Seraphim”. The Seraphim are considered to be “angels”, but were nothing like the humans with wings depicted in the Bible, but a field of conscious energy which has the singular purpose of helping our soul to complete its evolutionary journey. The ego can get involved in these peak experiences in two main ways. Such phenomena may sometimes be dismissed or negated due to preconceptions or biases within the limited egoic self, or on the flip side they may be given too much emphasis and become entrapments for the ego as it creates an identity around them. The film explores the relationship between the dimensions of being and becoming as the self structure grows and evolves, and the apparent paradoxes of realizing Samadhi at increasingly more subtle levels of the developmental spiral.
The first 20 minutes are narrated, followed by an audio-visual experience called “Metatron’s Vision“. You could call it an audio-visual vibratory transmission, or “transverberation”. We have made this audio-visual journey available on its own here for those who want to skip over the talking part. The sound was created by Daniel Schmidt and David Donnelly (the Fractalverse). “The Fractalverse” is an ongoing musical collaboration between David and Dan, as well as a general experiment in human consciousness.
How to Engage with the Audio-Visual Component of the Film
“Metatron’s Vision” is designed to be listened to with headphones because the stereo effects create a spiraling of energy that is more difficult to perceive with speakers. Choose a time and place where you are not going to be interrupted. There nothing you are instructed to “do” for the experience itself. See if you can sit still and go through the entire journey without generating a thought, staying present and attentive to the whole experience.