Reflection for today…Life is a Dream -Lewis Carroll

22 Feb

“Life, what is it but a dream?”
Lewis Carroll

DRINK THEM ALL by ~Moniquiu


Please enjoy Alice by the Syfy Channel

I loved it.

What do you think?


Episode #1.1 – Part 1:

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 2:

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 3:

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 4:

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 5:

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 6:

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 7:

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 8:

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 9:

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece One:

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Two:

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Three:

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Four:

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Five:

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Six:

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Seven:

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Eight:

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Nine:


Peace & Namaste…

 Alice in Wonderland (

6 Responses to “Reflection for today…Life is a Dream -Lewis Carroll”

  1. Slayer Muser February 22, 2013 at 2:40 AM #

    You have answered my dreams. I downloaded this to watch after the 1951 cartoon version, but it didn’t work. As you may have read, “Apparently, it’s a cross between “Alice” and “The Matrix”, so promises to be AWESOME…” I now know where and how to watch it.

    Thank you.

    • MYSOULSONICE February 22, 2013 at 2:47 AM #

      Slayer Muser…
      You are welcome.

      *I don’t think I have the power to read dreams- yet.
      I believe that would involve doing yoga or meditating?
      Or getting more David Lynch philosophy and Buddhism in my consciousness.

      Yes, it is a fusion of Alice and The Matrix-ish.
      I sincerely hope you enjoy it and let me know either way by replying to this comment.

      I wish the Syfy channel would have turned Alice into a television series instead of a mini series.

      Have you seen the Tim Burton rendition of Alice?
      I saw it but I thought this was superior.


      • Slayer Muser March 3, 2013 at 12:01 PM #

        Just finished. Not bad. But not great. Took a while to get going and then it never quite knew what it was: children/teen or adult. The 1951 animation works so well because of its and Alice’s innocence. I wanted this Alice, with its Matrix tie-ins, to be hardcore, yet the story and most of the characters never graduated beyond puerile. It didn’t go far or deep enough. It could have been so neat and nasty.

        Neither of the actors playing Alice and Hatter were particularly strong – she was a bit Buffy – although both did grow on me in Part 2.

        That said, it was a good and worthwhile effort. There were bits that stick in my mind: the room with the eyes; and the treatment rooms containing the falling woman and then the ego man (very clever) – oh, and Alice’s mother’s breasts. I am pleased to have watched it. Now I can move on to Burton.

        • MYSOULSONICE March 4, 2013 at 8:19 PM #

          Slayer Muser…
          Alice is good but not a magnum opus by any means.
          It is good to watch once but it lacks the re-watch factor.

          I also wished it had been way darker!
          Dark Alice
          Perhaps the Syfy channel didn’t want it to be dark.
          Oh well, one can dream…

          I remember a friend telling me some time ago that there were some “dark alice” movies in the works.
          I think Sarah Michelle Gellar {of Buffy} was going to be Alice.
          {She would be a good choice}.
          In another film, Marilyn Manson was going to direct but sadly both never happened for some reason or another.

          I don’t know if you will like Burton’s Alice.
          I saw it but I don’t even remember it so that is saying something.


  2. Slayer Muser February 22, 2013 at 3:09 AM #

    Dream-reading? Dunno. Shit happens, I guess.

    Lynch / Buddha approach could work. I’m listening to this now:

    Cheers for the heads-up.

    Can’t wait to watch “Alice”.

    Not seen Tim Burton version. Will do soon.

    • MYSOULSONICE February 22, 2013 at 12:18 PM #

      Slayer Muser…
      Lynch/Buddha could work.

      It has great potential 😉

      I heard the whole “Catching The Big Fish” audiobook the other night.
      I definitely felt more enlightened after listening to David Lynch speak.
      He is a wise person.

      I hope to do a post on the actual book and include that clip but there are other things I have in the works {e.g. t.v. shows & movies: The Walking Dead, Being Human {BBC}, Psychoville, Good Will Hunting, In Treatment, Old Boy, Sweeney Todd and other topics such as friendship, revenge, beauty, elitism, (Buddhism, existential angst and heavy metal music), etc.
      I also want to start some health & fitness posts}.

      *Back to the alchemical laboratory…


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