You're probably thinking how could a film about a 16 year old instant pop star make a mid 20s and middle aged women cry? Well let me tell you that I have actually be drawing inspiration from other teenagers around me. Namely dancers from my old hip-hop company. There is something about watching someone grow up who stuck to perfecting their talent and seeing their growth into a beautiful artist. It's enriching, satisfying and so inspiring. That's what the next generations do. They renew. They are new, and through them we have a chance to be renewed. I got to do that by dancing as an alumni in my company's 9th annual showcase. And I got to experience that energy again through watching this film.
The movie is a clever documentary centered around Bieber's first major tour and one specific concert at Madison Square Garden that epitomizes Justin as having "made it" as an artist. The film intercuts between timelines of the concerts to his early childhood. Creating an entertaining story line of Justin's life and musical ambitions.
Justin's mom had him at an early age as a teen parent. She appears still very young in her interviews. Young enough to be born in the age of Indigos. Therefore if she has codes of an indigo Justin must be a crystal. These names "indigo" and "crystal" are used to define people who have certain spiritual abilities or "codes" turned on for certain purposes like healing or for being a light message carrier. I see this within Justin and his mom, though their codes are not fully turned on they are expressed through their love of God. There is a part where his mom prays with the crew before a performance. Justin is shown with his friends at a restaurant but before they eat Justin prays and gives thanks for the time that they have to spend together.
This crystalline Christ light becomes clearer to me further into the movie when Justin wears his favorite color purple on stage. He wears purple shoes with white pants and a purple hoodie. When I was a manager at a spiritual healing community, Purple and White were the only colors we were able to wear. Purple is a highly spiritual and royal color. White represents purity and within white light, all colors exist.
For these reasons I see Justin in his crystalline, christ consciousness energy, as a violet flame light carrier, spreading his message of love and trust for dreams to manifest with infinite possibilities.
This film has inspired me to fulfill all my dreams even the ones I had given up on.
That is why I'm going to get this film to watch when I'm having a bad day, to pick me up.