What Bradley Cooper has to Teach You about Your Magic Man: the Divine Masculine.

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Yes, he’s divinely hot.

And yes, his directing and acting are godly.

But when I say Bradley Cooper was the very picture of the divine masculine in a Star Is Born, what I’m referring to is “the scene.”

You know, the one you can’t stop playing over and over in your mind (or watching over and over, in my case.)

Aside from the obvious genius of the film, Lady Gaga’s knock me over voice, Bradley’s tortured hotness, (and even their beautiful love story)—what we actually saw was the beautiful, powerful, and important role the divine masculine plays in making our dreams come true. 

Aside from the obvious genius of the film, Lady Gaga’s knock me over voice, Bradley’s tortured hotness, (and even their beautiful love story)—what we actually saw was the beautiful, powerful, and important role the divine masculine plays in making our dreams come true. 

And that’s why we can’t get enough of this film.

Let me say up front that the character of Jackson Maine is obviously far from divine. He’s a rugged addict, totally unable to handle deep emotion without letting it destroy his life. But Bradley Cooper got something right, from start to almost finish, that blew me away when I saw it. It’s something I discovered two years ago that changed my life almost overnight and I don’t see anyone else teaching or talking about it………

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Lorna Johnson