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Pulling Focus: Infinite Potential - The Life & Ideas of David Bohr

Updated: Dec 15, 2023

The Mythosophia Community Screening Series with Corrine Bourdeau will celebrate its inaugural event on September 23rd for a private screening and panel on the new film, INFINITE POTENTIAL the Life and Ideas of David Bohm.

Joining us for a Q&A panel discussion following the screening is the director of the film, Paul Howard. We’re also ecstatic to have David Edmund Moody, author of An Uncommon Collaboration: David Bohm and J. Krishnamurti, Tayria Ward, founder of Bridging Worlds Mountain Retreat Center, and Will Linn, founding Chair of the General Education Department at Hussian College – LA.

Trina Wyatt is Founder and CEO of Conscious Good, dedicated to media for a healthier, happier life. She was the Founding Director of Tribeca Film Festival, COO of Tribeca Entertainment for five years prior, and Head of Content for GAIAMTV’s (Gaia). We are honored to have Trina moderate this incredible panel.



He was one of the 20th Century’s most brilliant physicists. Albert Einstein called him his spiritual son. The Dalai Lama relied upon him as his “science guru.” So why is it that hardly any of us know the name: David Bohm? By telling the little-known story of David Bohm and evoking the realms he explored in his research, INFINITE POTENTIAL takes us on a mesmerizing and immersive journey into the mystery of Consciousness––through the use of hypnotic music and rich visual tapestries. The film includes interviews with luminaries such as H.H. the Dalai Lama, esteemed artist Antony Gormley, Oxford philosopher and physicists Sir Roger Penrose, and many more who were influenced by Bohm’s revolutionary work.

The film “highlights the revolutionary theories of the maverick physicist David Bohm, an explorer of human consciousness who gained insights from J. Krishnamurti and other great Eastern thinkers to develop groundbreaking scientific proof for the interconnectedness of the universe and how each person relates to it.” – Ira Israel (

The film is striking, powerful, and important. We can’t wait to share it with you as well as some reflections in the form of a Q&A panel on September 23rd!


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