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|The Joy of Sox Movie is exploring the connection between mind and body, player and fan, individual and group consciousness... sports and spirituality. We've talked with leading scientists, ballplayers, and fans to add a new level of understanding - and questioning - to our society's fascination / obsession with sports. |
David Ortiz: Red Sox Player: David was interviewed
for The joy of Sox Movie at Fenway Park. He spoke with us about how he
gets in "The Zone", focusing on positive thoughts and how
important the positive vibes from fans and players are. David has
a wonderfully contagious positive attitude and was a pleasure to interview.
Gabe Kapler: Former Red Sox Player: Gabe was interviewed
in Los Angeles after he announced he was retiring to become
a minor league manager. He talked to us about team chemistry
and how it works on the field and in the clubhouse. He
also spoke passionately about his interest to help young
people develop - it was very inspiring.
Dr. William Tiller, PhD: Professor Emeritus,
Stanford University: One of the featured scientists in
"What the Bleep?" Dr. Tiller speaks about Fenway Park
as a conditioned space, how team chemistry is a function
of coherence on the quantum level led by a metronome player
whose beat sets the tone for the entire team. Dr. Tiller
also offered suggestions on how fans could be more effective
rooting from the quantum level. Very interesting!
Gerry Remy: NESN Commentator and Former
Red Sox Player: "There's nothing like having your home
fans." Gerry was interviewed for The Joy of Sox at Fenway
Park. He spoke to us about home field advantage and the
impact of Red Sox Nation.
This veteran fan is moved every time
he enters Fenway. He's seen it all, and it weighs heavy
on his heart.
|Dr. Larry Dossey:
Author and Founding Editor of Alternative Therapies in
Health and Medicine Author of newly released, "The Healing
Power of Ordinary Objects," Dr. Dossey, a Little League
All Star, talks about the higher calling that sports offers
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake: Author of The Sense
of Being Stared At: Dr. Sheldrake is intrigued by the
fan - player relationship and what players feel when thousands
of fans put their attention on them.
Dan Shaughnessy: "Fenway has a special
vibe." Boston Globe Sports Columnist, Dan spoke to
us about the impact Fenway Park has had on the Red Sox,
the fans, and the two World Series wins.
This fan has seen more people having
religious experiences at Red Sox games than in any church
This fan(atic) feels that his mask has
magical powers to make things happen on the field.