InPresence 168Second Live Stream – Toughest Questions
May 18, 2020
LINKS TO BOOKS AND MOVIES DESCRIBED DURING THIS LIVE STREAM PROGRAM
New Thinking Allowed host Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, discusses a series of initiatives in the area of community building. These include Live Stream video on YouTube — enabling viewers to interact directly with himself and guests. (One is scheduled for June 14, 2:00 pm, USA Mountain Time, with Sean McNamara, a trainer of telekinesis and clairvoyance.) Other activities include a book club, newsletter, and a searchable database of videos — that can extend well beyond the New Thinking Allowed video collection. Jeffrey also emphasizes the need for more volunteers doing video editing, music composition, copy editing, translation, and grant writing.
(Recorded on June 11, 2020)
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Published on June 11, 2020
The first is to announce a YouTube Live Stream, with Jeffrey Mishlove, on Sunday, May 17, at 2:00 pm, USA Mountain Time. Jeffrey’s intention is to address the toughest questions and comments that he has received and that viewers wish to contribute during the Live Stream.
Jeffrey Mishlove will be fielding your questions concerning his Bigelow Institute competition Grand Prize essay, Beyond the Brain: The Survival of Human Consciousness After Permanent Bodily Death. You can find the essay, if you haven’t already read it, at https://www.bigelowinstitute.org/docs/1st.pdf
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