DRAMA MEMOIR RELIGIOUS BIOGRAPHICAL
THE MOST IMPORTANT KIND OF LOVE IS SELF-LOVE.
2000s,20th Century (multiple decades)
CINDY (20-40S) - DETERMINED, COURAGEOUS, STUBBORN.
RYAN (30-50) ANTAGONIST, EX-HUSBAND, AND DEPRESSIVE.
ADAM (30S) ROMANTIC INTEREST, CHARMING, GOOD-HEARTED.
CARL JUNG - MENTOR AND KNOWLEDGEABLE.
RICK (40S) - ROMANTIC INTEREST, LOYAL AND CHARMING.
I share how I surrendered to God during a depressive time in my life, resulting in supernatural talents coming forward. I describe how I developed skills as a trance medium after undergoing an ego collapse and tapped into twin flame consciousness, which allows me to heal my soul through soul sex.
Target Gender: Universal
Based on a True Story
Suffering from a broken marriage, I share how I surrendered to God to help me find happiness. Then a series of events revealed who my "true love" was through visions, channeled poems, and unheard-of soulgasmic energy exchanges through soul sex.
Utilizing twin flame consciousness, I share how soul sex allowed me to connect with my true authentic self by neutralizing my masculine and feminine aspects, resulting with me tapping into the realm of unconditional love.
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Mature Audience Themes
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Plot - Other Elements
Plot - Premise
Main Character Details
Name: Cindy Turck
Key Traits: Flexible,Strong Moral Code,Leader,Honorable,Underdog
Additional Character Details
Key Traits: Adventurous,Confident,Engaging,Educated,Funny,Strong Moral Code
Additional Character Details
Key Traits: Masculine,Sarcastic,Aggressive,Complex,Insecure,Outspoken,Narcisstic
Additional Character Details
Key Traits: Charming,Confident,Strong Moral Code,Funny,Skillful,Modest,Masculine
I picture the setting as the movie theater, where I cleaned after hours for five years. A new weekend co-worker is hired named Zach. As we clean, I describe the details of how I endured my spiritual awakening through flashbacks. I want to add the fun element Zach, and I endured while working as well. Often we danced to loud music, recited movie quotes, and just had a blast working together. As for my spiritual awakening, the things I have endured are unlike anything I have ever heard of before, let alone could imagine. Soul sex? Becoming a trance medium? Visions? Channeling poems? Out of body experiences? Taking on the mental health field? I packed a lot of craziness into my life for the benefit of others. I endured my journey to help people veer away from personal traumas, outdated belief systems and expand their horizons by understanding there is a lot more to life than what we once thought! As a whole, we need to feel alive and loved again, and my journey is meant to help others do that! Adaptation for my story by simply using the events would result in people thinking outside of the box or pique their curiosity about how important self-love is to finding internal happiness.
A woman going through a hard path in her marriage and life finds God. Through the Divine, she learns her true essence and mission in life.
Authors Writing Style: GOOD
Franchise Potential: FAIR
Accuracy of Book Profile
Logline can improve: During a hard time in her life, Cindy surrenders to God and finds her true essence and mission in the Divine. In this awakening journal, she shares her experience with mediumship, soul evolution, and spiritual sex. Character description can improve: - In the book, we don't learn enough about Zach; - I wouldn't call Ryan aggressive from what's in the book; - Adam is a Romantic Interest, not the protagonist; - Add Rick to the list of characters.
Draw of Story
Cindy's openness in talking about her experience.
The author doesn't follow a chronological order of events, so that it can be confusing at moments. It would be helpful to keep in mind that the readers are not familiar with the story, so going back or forth in time needs contextualizing.
Use of Special Effects
THE STORY RELIES A LITTLE BIT ON SPECIAL EFFECTS
Primary Hook of Story
The uniqueness of Cindy's experience.
I don't think so. The religious element would filter it.
No, it's too specific for awards.
Similar Films/TV Series
What’s New About the Story
The Divine / Soul healing experience is very unique, and the culture behind it it's rich. The story could use a fictional plot to enhance its appeal.
She is determined, courageous, and competent.
Uniqueness of Story
It's an interesting telling of events, but it lacks a good thread to be seen as good fiction.
Film - Indie, Film - Streaming, TV Series - Limited Run / Mini-Series, Unscripted
WORK IN PROGRESS
The story as is would be a good documentary. If a plot is added, with fictional elements and characters, this could become a more interesting and commercial story.
Tips for Improvement
Turning this journal into a fictional story, based on Cindy's life, but with added plot points, characters, and twists to make it into a story.
During a depressive time in her life, Cindy surrenders to God and finds her true essence and calling. In this awakening journal, she shares her path into soul ascension and spiritual sexuality.
What We Liked
This is a unique story in a rarely seen or discussed context. Even though it happens around religion, it does not limit the viewers to one point of view, and because the protagonist has agency and determination, we root for her from the beginning.
Film: Similar to the 2006 movie "The Secret," but in a different context and background, this could become a hybrid movie, mixing nonfiction and fictional elements to illustrate Cindy's soul journey's lessons and facts. Also, like "The Secret's" 2020 reboot, Telepathic Touch could be fully adapted to a fiction story with carefully crafted characters and plot points, featuring the main message and Cindy's important life lessons and spirituality.
TV: As is, Telepathic Touch would be easily adapted to a mini-series telling the story of Cindy's relationship with God and the ascension of her soul. Each episode could be about one of her many lessons, and the beautiful and meaningful lesson would attract a good audience. If mixed with fictional elements, this could become a dramatic series and appeal to a broader and more mature audience.
Key points: Unique background; Spirituality without being linked to one specific religion; Good message (theme); Strong protagonist; Right amount of sensual and sexual elements
Skeptical about love due to unrealistic standards and a failed marriage, Cindy shares the story of how she found love in God and her soul advancement partner, Rick. After graduating from High School, 19-year-old Cindy works part-time at a farm/hardware store where she meets 29-year-old Ryan. They date, and five years later, get married in a small ceremony. At the celebratory dinner, Ryan’s ex-wife happens to be there, and the night turns awkward and unpleasant at a restaurant.
The marriage goes on, and Cindy eventually finds a better job at an optometry clinic. But Ryan suffers from depression and anxiety, which takes a toll on both their marriage and his job at the hardware store. But he begins medical treatment, and things seem to get better. In 2005, they have their first daughter, Lexi, and two years later a son, Sully. But Ryan relapses, loses his job, and can’t sleep well, leading Cindy to have a break down of her own.
Seeing the effects of the psychological medication on Ryan, Cindy does want to take any. Instead, she turns to God—but doesn’t know the effects of him for a while. Following a marriage counselor‘s suggestion, Cindy decides to write, but when words flow from her mind into the paper easily and beautifully, she’s left astonished. As more poems come to her mind and go off to pages, Cindy realizes she is getting in contact with things she doesn’t know and even things in the future, as one poem she wrote about her niece becomes true. One early morning, she feels an out-of-body experience—like she is in space, where she meets God. And He tells her to wait for the right time to make a big change; He will let her know when.
Then, Cindy begins to experience fainting episodes; worried, her employer sends her to the doctor, and she is forced to take a medication that alters her body weight and mood. She later learns God recruited her to help confront the medical community about overprescribing psychological drugs. Cindy reads about shamanism and realizes she is a shaman, which explains her medical conditions as well. But her doctors don’t believe her spiritual theories and test her for several medical conditions, finding nothing.
Cindy searches for help in multiple churches but can’t find any there either. Her father-in-law, however, believes in her spiritual journey and lends her a book about a nun with a similar story. That, and her friend Julie’s support and knowledge of psychics, make Cindy determined to prove herself to everyone who doesn’t believe her.
When the fainting spells return, Cindy searches for a doctor herself, so she isn’t stuck to her employer’s doctors. And she tells them everything about the divine signs, the animal signs, the Jesus and Mary’s apparitions, talking to God. She takes on a new medication.
With time, both Cindy’s floems and her mind begin to understand her love for Ryan no longer exists, and, instead, she loves her friend’s brother, Adam. One night, she experiences a spiritual, sexual encounter with Adam, in which she asks him to accept God. She never talks to Adam about it, but Cindy is sure he felt it too. The new counselors finally believe her. But when she experiences fainting spells at work again, she is given a paid medical leave, which turns into an unpaid one and, finally, a termination. Things become difficult financially for the family.
Cindy researches and finds out her faint spells are trances, but the medical community doesn’t accept her explanation. She finds a new doctor, Dr. Ishii, with whom she can be honest, as his beliefs go beyond science. Cindy recalls energetic experiences with helium balloons and delivering messages to dead people's families about their well being. She doesn’t like these experiences at first but slowly begins to understand them, learn about chakras, and have more control over it all. One day, Dr. Carl Jung visits Cindy’s body, and she learns about individuation, the search for one’s uniqueness in essence. She also realizes the importance of good and bad thoughts and how everyone has shadows in their conscience.
Through a floem, Cindy learns about the scars left by her mother’s premature death and how that negatively affected her ability to love. And because she is a woman who grew up with several men, she easily learned how to balance the feminine and masculine sides inside her, an essential component to tap into twin-flame energy (merging with another person’s spirit). And through all of this, Cindy finds her true purpose in life and spirituality.
Cindy reveals how hard it is to have a normal life and job when constantly going into trances and having spirits visit and temporarily take over your body. Because her spiritual awakening isn’t something she can hide, she would tell potential employers, making the hiring process harder. She struggles with money and odd jobs, such as cleaning and mowing lawns. Since she has no control of the trances, she accepts them and sees the Divine in them. Cindy learns better how to deal with visiting spirits bringing messages, and, with time, the visits slow down. She even takes a mediumship training to broaden her knowledge and understand how to set boundaries.
Cindy learns about Spiritually Transformative Experience and the changes it brings to an individual’s life. She deepens her knowledge of Kundalini, pineal gland, third eye, and one’s supernatural and spiritual abilities. She talks about her journey of understanding and interpreting her own floems. The mistakes that originated from overthinking them—like sharing with Ryan his possible premature death caused unnecessary worry in the whole family. But, finally, Cindy understands her life is unique, and no one would fully understand her but herself.
Her discovery about Adam and Soul Advancement Partners is an intimate part of Cindy’s journey. Even as her marriage to Ryan comes to an end, the two cannot finalize the divorce due to the financial hardship they go through. Because Cindy shared with Adam’s sister about their divine connection, Cindy and Adam lost touch in the physical world since she was still married. But spiritual, sexual encounters with Adam occur for a long period of time, and Cindy learns how to adjust them to her daily life and learns more about the twin flame experience through Facebook.
Cindy has had many soul mates in her life, and, as she explains, they are not as popular culture portrays (one true eternal love), but actually people with whom you have a profound connection. The souls need to be evolved enough to allow this merge, and gender preference is not of importance, but the frequency is.
Lastly, having a soulgastic experience in the 5th dimension does not guarantee success in a physical 3rd dimension. Like what happened between Cindy and Adam’s souls, but never translated to their bodies. But Cindy has shared 5D unions with six souls, and three touched her deeply. Amongst them is Rick, with whom she connects both in 3D and 5D. But, in the end, the true love she needs to give and receive is to her own self—and having God by her side guarantees she and her kids are always taken care of.