One of my favorite people is Angelina Jolie. It all started with the Lara Croft: Tomb Raider Series in 2001 and 2003, when Angie was 26 and 28. Not only does she personify the goddess energies many women seek - stunningly beautiful, powerful, poised, confident, intelligent, creative, and determined, but she also shows us that in duality, there is a dark side to us all. We call this dark side by different names, but at the end of the day, is part of the imbalance in brain chemistry that people are born with. Life is about searching for ways to create balance and cope. In Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life - Lara speaks about reality as always seeking balance - the yin/yang.
Sunday night, Angie was interviewed on "60 Minutes". Missing from the interview was Angie's relationship with her father, Jon Voight. Monday, on Entertainment Tonight, that part of the interview was aired. Angie said the obvious - it was all about bringing her family together - but with one consideration - there would be no talk of the past. In part, I see her point for now as she shows her Dad who she is today, but sooner or later, suppressed issues need to be addressed and let go. For now, I am happy to see her family reunited and as she said, she does not want her Dad to be alone. End Times are about Soul Reunion.
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Mental illness does not disappear. Most people need medication, some go organic and holistic, others try and overcome innate problems on their own by living in nature, doing yoga and the like, and other techniques found everywhere on the internet and in book stores.
Angelina Jolie declares 'I'm still a bad girl' MSNBC - November 29, 2011
Angelina Jolie just can't help being interesting. While we already heard her discussing the fact that she got through "heavy, darker times," the actress (and now director) dropped some more provocative soundbites in her "60 Minutes" interview.
Though I don't identify with Angie's mental illness,
I know what it's like to hold this powerful energy.