Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (2004) – English Subtitles Download

by rohannew

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is a novel written by Richard Bach. The author wrote this book many years ago and it has always been on my list of top books. What really makes this novel stand out from all the others is that Bach’s main character, the protagonist Vincent van Gogh, is so interesting and so real to the readers. In the first paragraph of the book, we can tell that something is different about Vincent because he doesn’t have his usual sharp sense of sight anymore. This means that in the mind of the reader, Vincent is actually in a trance-like state of mind and what makes this book even more interesting is that there are several moments when Vincent is awake, but not in the good kind of dream type of sleep one experiences when sleeping.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind explores the dark side of the human mind and how people allow it to take control over them. Bach takes us into the inner workings of a person’s mind and how all of us unconsciously push other thoughts aside or ignore the ones that are staring us right in the face. Everyone has memories that they want to forget but we don’t. We all have unhappy thoughts that linger in the back of our minds that weigh us down and prevent us from living the life we truly desire. This book shares the stories of the people who have used the power of their mind to affect change in their lives.

Language English
Released Date March 19, 2004
Duration 108minutes
Category Hollywood
File type SRT(Zip file)

eternal sunshine of the spotless mind 2004 subtitles

If you are looking for a mind-boggling novel that will make you sit up and take notice, then pick up Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. I was surprised by just how realistic this novel is and also impressed with the way it makes me feel. Like I mentioned above, even if you’re not going to use the techniques Bach describes in this book (and that would be a shame since they are so powerful), this is a great book for any person who wants to gain a deeper understanding of his or her own mind. For the purposes of this review, I am only going to mention two of the techniques: the piano playing exercise and the mental imagery exercise. While both of these techniques have nothing to do with the subject of the book, I found them to be interesting enough to make me want to read more about it.

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