Remote Viewing the Future (2050 & 2060)withStephan A. Schwartz
July 31, 2022
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IONS 2015 Conference
Published on August 3, 2015
In this provocative program, Michael Scriven calls to task those who maintain that all psychic claims must be either fraud or error. Such an attitude, he says, implies that current scientific models will never be superceded. Dr. Scriven is a multi-disciplinary scholar who has made significant contributions to mathematics, logic, philosophy of science, ethics, education, [...]
This the third in a series of interviews with Gail about the cultural practices of the Huichol Indians of Mexico. Here she describes how her journeys to the Huichol people in Mexico intersected with her marriage, and how she eventually brought her husband with her to the peyote ritual ceremony. She movingly describes the close, [...]
Arthur M. Young was the inventor of the Bell Helicoptor. He was also founder of the Institute for the Study of Consciousness in Berkeley, California, and author of The Reflexive Universe and The Geometry of Meaning. Here he states that insights about angular relationships were very important in the development of the helicoptor and led [...]
Dr. Verny shares that the mind is not totally dependent on the brain. He describes how reviving a patient, who had a near-death experience and his own near-death experience, helped him discover that consciousness is more than an epiphenomenon of the brain. The mind is both dependent on and independent of the brain and the [...]
Here he notes that René Guénon wrote about several types of initiation that deviate from authenticity: anti-initiation (i.e., materialism), pseudo-initiation (i.e., fantasy), and counter-initiation (i.e., potentially, if not actually, evil). He proposes that counter-initiation is the ultimate conspiracy theory – the conspiracy behind all other harmful conspiracies. He provide a number of examples, including Satanism, [...]
A concern with nature and humanity is primary to the social conventions of organized religion. Matthew Fox, a former Dominican priest and spiritual theologian, was director of the Institute for Culture and Creation Spirituality at Holy Names College. He is author of numerous books including The Coming of the Cosmic Christ and Original Blessing. Fox says [...]
Here he shares some personal experiences with apports, ostensible disembodied entities, and bilocation. Such phenomena are so rare and apparently impossible that most individuals simply deny them outright, even when witnessed. Yet they are consistent with the personal accounts of several guests on the New Thinking Allowed channel.
Here he reviews historical efforts to develop forms of academic psychology in alignment with the classical philosophical and spiritual traditions of India, starting with the work of Swami Vivekananda near the end of the nineteenth century. He explains that Indian psychology focuses on transcendental states of consciousness that are generally overlooked in Western psychology.