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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Reimagined. (2 min 13 sec)

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In the story of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," a young princess named Snow White is forced to flee her home after her stepmother, the evil queen, becomes jealous of her beauty. Snow White finds refuge in a cottage owned by seven dwarfs. However, the evil queen discovers Snow White's whereabouts and attempts to harm her through various means. With the help of the dwarfs and her true love's kiss, Snow White overcomes the queen's schemes and finds happiness ever after.

    1. The illusion of fear and jealousy.

    The evil queen's envy and fear of Snow White's beauty is the ego's belief in scarcity and competition. Fear and jealousy stem from the illusion of separation and the ego's need to protect its identity. We could recognize these illusions and choose love over fear.

    2. The power of innocence and purity.

    Snow White's innocence and purity of heart are highlighted in the story. What we really are is pure and innocent, beyond the ego's projections and judgments. We suffer because we don't see the inherent innocence in ourselves nor do we recognize it in others.

    3. The healing power of love.

    Throughout the story, love plays a significant role in Snow White's healing and protection. The dwarfs' love and care for Snow White shield her from harm, and true love's kiss breaks the spell of the queen's poison. Love is the ultimate healer and the antidote to fear.

    4. Overcoming illusions and finding true happiness.

    Snow White's journey involves navigating the illusions created by the evil queen and ultimately finding her true happiness. Our true happiness lies in recognizing the illusions of the ego and aligning with the truth.
    Snow White's story reflects the path of awakening, where we overcome the illusions of fear, find inner peace, and experience lasting happiness.
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