A film by Michel Pascal, co-written by Michel Pascal & Gabriella Wright
Starring Gabriella Wright
In America, suicide is the second leading cause of death for ages 10-24
Los Angeles. On what seems to be a normal day. A Mother, meditation teacher for prisoners, comes back from work and finds her 16 years old son, hanging in his room.
Life changed in one instant.
But why? How can we explain the suicide of a child without any problems….apparently.
He was not bipolar. He had good social relations at college, good friends. But he longed for something he did not have- the peace that dwells after life. She discovers that her son was fascinated by Tibetan cultures, The Himalayas. She decides to investigate the mind of her son, to find a reason. But how can she accept the suicide of her son, if she does not understand…
She decides to investigate the psychological process, this takes her on her journey.
She refuses to talk to any one religious and wants to find answers with the latest discoveries of psy research.
She meets the famous neuroscientist, research psychologist Dr. Gary Schwartz, Ph.D. He explains how “indigo” children can feel misunderstood.
She meets also the famous psychologist Dr. Lisa Miller, Ph.D. Colombia University, she advises her to spread the ashes to her son in the Himalayas.
But the Himalayas will be not at all what she expects…
At the end, we discover her on CNN, she comes to present her documentary, her story, the Biggest Taboo of America
*Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology, Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, and Surgery at the University of Arizona, at the main campus in Tucson. In addition to teaching courses on health and spiritual psychology, he is the Director of the Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health.