Catching the Big Fish - Chapters 11-20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11-20 Summary and Analysis

Desire attracts the first idea and then pulls in all the other ideas. Initial ideas may only be fragments, but larger ideas may be more developed and perhaps even complete. Eventually, there are enough fragments that something will emerge. Lynch believes what the Upanishads says that "There is no happiness in the small." To get to the big fish, one must have an expanded consciousness, which can be gained through Transcendental Meditation. TM gives one a sense of bliss, as well as awakening and expanding the mind. If a person has a golf-ball-sized consciousness, then everything that the person experiences will be golf ball sized, but with an expanded consciousness, experiences expand. Every film is an experiment. If a director explains a concept, the audience will either understand or be confused, so the event goes back to the director...

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