The newest film from Walt Disney Animation Studios might be based on a Marvel Comic book, but it is definitely not a Marvel film, or so said the directors of “Big Hero 6” at a panel discussion held after a screening of the film at the Writers Guild of America in Beverly Hills. The screening was held during the film’s opening weekend, and had a packed house ready to pepper the directing duo of Don Hall and Chris Williams, who were there along with the head of story on the film, Paul Briggs, and the producer, Ray Conli.
Pictured (l-r) are Frank Gladstone, executive director of ASIFA, Don Hall, co-director, Chris Williams, co-director, Paul Briggs, co-head of story, and Ray Conli, producer.
Lasseter sent the pair on research trips to a variety of robotics research centers, and it was at one of them where they saw an inflatable robotic arm being developed.
The film tells the story of a super-intelligent younger teenage boy, Hiro, who is listless about life, despite all ready graduating from high school. His intelligence is demonstrated early on when he has a small robot defeat a very fierce looking one in the first sequence.
His brother is killed in an explosion and initially Hiro is totally morose, but when Baymax appears to comfort him, the plot thickens from there. The directing pair talked about how even with the very short production time from the initial idea, which typically is more like five years, they were still free to try different story ideas and throw them out, or work them back in. Many of the voice actors have a background in improvisation, and added to the evolving storyline. But that didn’t stop the creative team from putting someone in the movie familiar to fans of the Marvel Universe, Stan Lee. 1.Do you often have a gut feeling that you dona€™t want to do something, but do it anyway, just to make someone else happy?

5.Do you give yourself time for self-care (for example, reading a good book, taking a bath, meditating, going for a walk) and feel like you deserve it!
6.Do you spend more time congratulating yourself on your accomplishments or more time judging yourself for your perceived failures or inadequacies? The more supportive your answers are toward being positive and self-nurturing, the greater your self-love is. Frank Gladstone, the executive director of the International Animated Film Society (ASIFA), moderated the panel, which fielded many questions focusing on one of the film’s main characters, the inflatable and huggable robot, Baymax. That arm was part of project related to futuristic health care robots, based on a perception in that area of making things softer and more lifelike. His older brother tries to persuade him to do something with his life, and takes him to his nerdy robot lab, where he meets his eventual cohorts. Eventually Hiro seeks revenge for his brother’s death and enlists the others from the robot lab in his quest. He was able to do that with what was a very narrow role and bring more to it,” said Ray Conli, the film’s producer.
This fuel is so powerful that throughout the ages religions have lectured us about self-indulgence, selfishness and reminded us that we are sinners who need to repent.
During my 30+ years as mental health professional, mother, foster mom and spiritual hypnotherapist I have concluded that no matter what is in your life that isna€™t working, the answer is self-love. Often times our families and teachers, subject to the same lies, have taught us that to want for ourselves is to be greedy.

But Baymax is the emotional and ethical core, making Hiro see that revenge is not the answer. If we care about how we look, we are conceited, praise ourselves and we are self-centered, put ourselves first and we are selfish.. The bind this programming puts us into is this: we want, but wanting makes us selfish and we like to get, but getting makes us greedy. So now that you are aware, remember that we most often treat our inner child like our parents treated us - until we break out of that mold.
If the law of attraction is like the motor that makes your car run, then this secret is like the gasoline that powers the motor. Think of it in this way, you are the parent of your inner child and everything you say to yourself, you are saying to that child. This may show up in obvious ways in our life, or in very subtle ones and dona€™t be fooled, ita€™s the subtle that holds the greatest power.
When we are not aware of the belief or pattern that is driving us we think we are in control, but it is really the subconscious that is driving us.

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