The Little Book of Bleeps by Betsy Chasse

From t he film, What The Bleep Do We Know!? The following excerpts are from the film and are found in THE LITTLE BOOK OF BLEEPS, available in most bookstores. “If I change my mind, will I change my choices? If I change my choices, will my life change?” -Dr. Joseph Dispenza

Dr. Joseph Dispenza received his undergraduate training at Rutgers University where he majored in biochemistry. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at Life University. His continuing education has been in neurology, neurophysiology and brain function. “There is no God condemning people. Everyone is God.” -Ramtha


Ramtha ( . Ramtha is an entity channeled by JZ Knight, master teacher at The Ramtha School of Enlightenment. “If you accept with every rudiment of your being that you will walk on water, will it happen? Yes, it will! But you know it’s like positive thinking. It’s a wonderful idea, positive thinking, but what it usually means is that I have a little smear of positive thinking covering a whole mass of negative thinking, so thinking positive is not really thinking positive, it’s just disguising the negative thinking that we have.” -Dr. Miceal Ledwith Dr. Miceal Ledwith was professor of Systematic Theology for sixteen years at Maynooth College in Ireland and subsequently served for ten years as President of the University. “In this infinite sea of potentials that exist around us, how come we keep recreating the same realities?” -Dr. Joseph Dispenza “How can you continue to see the world as real if the self determining it to be real is intangible?” -Ramtha “I wake up in the morning, and I consciously create my day the way I want it to happen. Now, sometimes, because my mind is examining all the things I need to get done it takes me a little bit to settle down and get to the point where I’m actually intentionally creating my day. But here’s the thing. When I create my day, and out of nowhere, little things happen that are so unexplainable, I know that they are the process or the result of my creation. And the more I do that, the more I build a neural net in my brain and I accept that that’s possible. It gives me the power and the incentive to do it the next day.” -Dr. Joseph Dispenza “Do I think you’re bad? I don’t think you’re bad. Do I think you’re good? I don’t think you’re good either. I think you’re God.” -Ramtha

“If I do this, I’m going to get punished by God. If I do the other thing, I’m going to get rewarded. This is a really poor description that tries to carve out a path in life for us to follow. But with deplorable results. Because there is really no such thing as good or bad. We’re judging things far too superficially that way. Does that mean you’re in favor of sin and licentiousness an depravity? No. It simply means that you need to improve your expression and understanding of what you’re dealing with here. There are things that I do, and I know they’ll evolve me. There are other things that will not evolve me. But it’s not good or bad. There’s no God waiting to punish you because you did one or the other.” -Dr. Miceal Ledwith “No one has ever come along and ever given you sufficient, intelligent knowledge about your beautiful self. How you work from the inside out. Why do you have addictions? Because you have nothing better. You have dreamt nothing better.” -Ramtha “Why can’t I change? What am I addicted to? What will I lose that I’m chemically attached to? What person, place, thing, time or event, that I’m chemically attached to, do I not want to lose, because I may have to experience the chemical withdrawal from it? Hence, the human drama.” -Dr. Joseph Dispenza “Have you ever seen yourself through the eyes of someone else that you have become? What an initiation. Have you ever stopped for a moment and looked at yourself through the eyes of the ultimate Observer?” -Ramtha “The average person considers their life boring or uninspiring because they’ve made little or no attempt to gain knowledge and information that will inspire them. They’re so hypnotized by their environment — through the media, through television, through unattainable ideals of physical appearance, beauty and valor that everybody struggles to become but cannot — that most people surrender and live their lives in mediocrity. And they may live those lives, and their souls, their desires, may never really rise to the surface. So, they may want to be something else. But if they do rise to the surface, and people ask themselves, Is there something more, or Why am I here? What is the purpose of life? Where am I going? What happens when I die? When they start to ask these questions, they start to flirt and interact with the perception that they may be having a nervous breakdown, and in Reality, their old concept of how they viewed their life and the world starts to fall apart.” -Dr. Joseph Dispenza

“Here we are actually filming great thinkers. Everyone in this room is a great thinker, now that we’ve got ‘em thinking. That’s always a trick, isn’t it?” -Ramtha


“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the Cat. “I don’t much care where — ” said Alice. “Then it doesn’t matter which way you go,” said the Cat. ” — so long as I get somewhere,” Alice added as an explanation. “Oh, you’re sure to do that,” said the Cat, “if you only walk long enough.” Alice in Wonderland.For more information, please visit

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An actress, writer, director and producer, Betsy Chasse has worked on a variety of movies. None of them can compete with the success of What The Bleep Do We Know!?, a documentary about quantum physics and New Age religion that she wrote and directed with Mark Vicente and William Arntz. Opening in a single theatre in the US, the film became a word-of-mouth success and rapidly grew into a cult phenomenon taking over $11,000,000 and becoming the third-highest grossing documentary ever.