Movie Productions

A tremendous amount of energy and resources go into finding "the right script" and making a movie the best it can be.  No producer ever plans to make a bad or unpopular movie.  The intention behind any movie production is always to make the best, most popular movie possible, or at least one that will make money for all who invest in it. Otherwise, why spend all the time and money making it?  Why even bother?

So, of course, every producer is excited about the script, excited about the cast, and excited about the prospects of being recognized and creating success in the world of entertainment.  However, is every movie as successful as the producer had envisioned?  Obviously not.  What happened then?

There are a number of factors that can cause the demise of any well-intentioned movie, the first and foremost being the job the actors do. If the actors are "off," i.e., having a bad day, bad week, bad month, etc., that can spell trouble for any production.  Another factor is that the energy could be bad on a movie. One example is if the movie is over-budget and there is an atmosphere of fear and anxiety on the set because of this.

Or, if any of the actors or other personnel on the production are having personal crises, feeling overly stressed or tense, that energy can spread to the entire production and bring the whole project down. If a director is "mean" or "hard to work with"... or if any of the cast members are like this, there can be an overtone of negativity that affects the entire production adversely.

The producer could have had a recent run of "not such great movies", and everyone feels the pressure of "having to perform well" to ensure a successful production. Such a circumstance could produce an underlying tension in everyone involved that could totally undermine the production's success. (Since our thoughts always create our reality, any fear or concern on the part of the producer about having "another flop" could override the production and produce the very thing that he or she is afraid of—an unsuccessful production.

There could be conflicting personalities on the set, and this can add an element of bad energy, and certainly slow down production time as a result.  Sometimes drug use (hidden or overt) or "scandalous behavior" (e.g., the actors staying out late or partying all night and coming to work "far from their best" can be an issue, which can definitely wreak havoc on the production.

Here are ways that Phyllis Light can help Hollywood:

 She can do an Energy Elevation Process on all the members of the cast and crew while the shooting is taking place. This will do two things:

1) Help every actor (and crew member) to be at their absolute best for each and every scene, thus creating the best movie possible.

2) Help keep production costs down, as the actor will be able to be "in the zone" and "on" relatively quickly, and the scene will not require a lot of takes.  And, the crew will also be at their best and be maximally alert and attentive, reducing the number of errors made.

 She can clear any negativity or trauma on the set that is dumped there by any personnel in the entire production, and help anyone (via long-distance "mini-sessions") to clear their issues so they do not pose an ongoing problem or interruption for the production.

 She can clear any collective negativity within the production company that could unconsciously undermine the company's success (by poor choices in actors or personnel or scripts that lack inspiration or potential). (See "Business Energy Elevation Process")

 She can raise the energy level of each set (through the use of Rejuvenizers), so the actors and personnel are in a more life-supporting environment, not being zapped or weakened by electromagnetic fields from overhead lights, cameras, and the usual detrimental frequencies coming from overhead satellite systems, microwave and cell phone towers, radio and TV transmissions, and wireless internet (WiFi). The result of such help is that people are more peaceful, less irritable, more cooperative and harmonious, less prone to making mistakes, and can focus more easily to get the job done. By clearing the high-tech stress and negative energy in this way, the production will be a more enjoyable experience for all concerned and production costs will be kept to a minimum.

Phyllis' work is about helping a movie achieve its full potential—from the choosing of the script to the hiring of the actors, to seeing that everyone is as relaxed and effective as possible during the actual production. She can "put out fires" when peoples' issues start coming up and interrupting the smooth flow of shooting, by clearing the negative energy within them (at a distance!).

She can change the energy on an entire production to make it uplifting and appealing to the masses. Her skill is helping you (the producer or director) in realizing your vision and creating the success and impact you want for yourself in this endeavor.

Phyllis can intuitively measure the potential success of a movie.

Phyllis uses her highly developed intuitive faculties (she's been at this for over 35 years!) to "tune in," prior to working on any movie production to see what the potential for the movie is. She uses a 1-10 scale. On her scale, 9 to 10 = a GREAT MOVIE (Remember, this is the POTENTIAL of the film, once the script has already been selected. A great script would be one that was conceived by a writer who was inspired and uplifted and has something relevant or impactful to share with others.) 7 to 8 = a VERY GOOD MOVIE (This one definitely has the potential to be popular and Phyllis feels it is still "worth" her time and energy to participate in the project.) 5 to 6 = a GOOD MOVIE, but not really that exciting (may go to video really quickly.) 4 to 5 = OKAY MOVIE, but definitely no prize winner (and may go to video even quicker than the one before.) 3 to 4 = NOT SUCH A GOOD MOVIE... (you may want to re-think the project before you go out and spend a lot of money on it!) 1 to 2 = REALLY BAD MOVIE.... (you may want to do some serious personal clearing work with Phyllis to clear whatever self-sabotaging part of you attracted such a circumstance!!)

Here's how it works:

For a recent movie production that Phyllis tuned in to, she got that the POTENTIAL of the production was an 8.8. That was pretty good, and something she was willing to work on.  It meant that the script was decent and that with high-quality acting, it could be a VERY GOOD (and popular) MOVIE.  However, the ACTUAL number (that is, where the production would be without any energetic intervention or help from Phyllis) was 5.3. Again, what we see here is that even with the best intentions in the world to make a great movie, when you're dealing with human beings who live in a very stressful world, many things can happen to unwittingly sabotage a production's success.  In this case, the reality is that the movie will probably have a hard time actualizing its potential.

Contact Phyllis for a free evaluation of your movie production. She will be honest with you as to what she intuitively gets upon tuning in to your particular circumstance.