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  • Go all the way - A film about Lester Levenson

    In case someone might be interested in knowing more about Lester Levenson, I have made a documentary film about him, and it is now available:

    https://www.thomasrydell.se/go-all-the-way.html (to download)

    or Prime Video for US and UK residents.
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07ZPH6DM5

    Thanks, and happy releasing everyone!
    Last edited by TomRiddle; 02-27-2020, 02:24 PM.

  • #2
    Thanks for posting this Tom!
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    • #3
      You're welcome, hope you enjoy!

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      • #4
        Not only did I enjoy the film Tom but I watched several times. It's just wonderful!
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        • #5
          Thank you! What did you like most about it?

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          • #6
            So many things Tom! I loved the story from the guy who is an accountant who found himself embracing releasing even though he was skeptical because he'd never encountered anything like it in his life. I loved the story from the fellow who was a cook at Lester's place in Sedona and shared about his getting into a knock-down-dragged-out fight with another guy and Lester came in and said something like, "Good! Let all of that stuff come out!" And I loved the story about the woman coming in and shouting at Lester and Lester being completely at peace and being utterly unaffected by the emotional outburst directed at him. Collectively and individually each person was able to convey how loving, peaceful, imperturbable, and beyond this world Lester was. The whole film successfully transmits a "felt" sense of Lester's Mastery.
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            • #7
              I enjoyed it on Amazon Prime, Tom. The stories about Lester driving a car in seemingly impossible situations was intriguing! I also loved the anecdote about his remarkable physical strength gained through releasing. Wow! Thanks for this fascinating piece of work!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DelilahCertifiedSMCoach View Post
                So many things Tom! I loved the story from the guy who is an accountant who found himself embracing releasing even though he was skeptical because he'd never encountered anything like it in his life. I loved the story from the fellow who was a cook at Lester's place in Sedona and shared about his getting into a knock-down-dragged-out fight with another guy and Lester came in and said something like, "Good! Let all of that stuff come out!" And I loved the story about the woman coming in and shouting at Lester and Lester being completely at peace and being utterly unaffected by the emotional outburst directed at him. Collectively and individually each person was able to convey how loving, peaceful, imperturbable, and beyond this world Lester was. The whole film successfully transmits a "felt" sense of Lester's Mastery.
                Thanks, yes there are many wonderful and personal accounts from the people who met Lester

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by FlowZone View Post
                  I enjoyed it on Amazon Prime, Tom. The stories about Lester driving a car in seemingly impossible situations was intriguing! I also loved the anecdote about his remarkable physical strength gained through releasing. Wow! Thanks for this fascinating piece of work!
                  Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it! Yes those stories are very intriguing!

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