InPresence 177Remembering Parapsychology Pioneer Andrija Puharich
July 26, 2020
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(Recorded on July 29, 2020)
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Published on July 29, 2020
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In this video from 2017, he describes his work as a hypnotherapist, within a shamanistic/gnostic framework. He goes into some detail regarding dark forces, earthbound spirits, extra-terrestrials, soul fragments, and past-lives. He describes how he works with the guiding spirits, or higher consciousness, of each patient. He points out that his transition from conventional medicine [...]
Here she notes that the nonsensical information that comes through in her psychic readings tend to be among the most surprisingly accurate. This may be because there was no opportunity for analytical overlay from the intellect. She also describes a methodology for conducting readings in advance of meeting with her clients. Also, she emphasizes the [...]
Here she discusses some of the potential hazards and dangers associated with the ritual use of ayahuasca. She also discusses what is known about the biochemistry and physiological processes associated with psychedelics. In addition, she is forthcoming about a “bad trip” that she, herself, experienced on ayahuasca. She distinguishes between negative experiences related to one’s [...]
Ashok K. Gangadean is professor of Philosophy at Haverford College, PA. He serves as director of the Global Dialogue Institute and is author of Meditative Reason, Between Worlds and The Awakening of the Global Mind. The spiritual and philosophical traditions of humanity all point toward an underlying first principle which Gangadean refers to as the Logos. This principle partakes [...]
In this video from 2017, he describes how he came to develop an approach to self-realization that combines philosophy and psychotherapy. He began this work when he was hired, while still a student, to counsel alcoholics. He discovered that most problems originate in an early childhood event, not particularly traumatic, when adults would stifle a [...]
Here he points out that one could conceivably consider cases of the reincarnation type to be similar in many respects to cases of possession. In particular, there are instances in the reincarnation case database of previous individuals whose death occurs after the birth of a child who remembers an identifiable past life. Typically, those cases [...]
Ilana Rubenfeld, founder and director of the Rubenfeld Synergy Center in Manhattan, describes how she learned to “listen with her hands” to the language of the body. She developed her unique approach, when she discovered that neither body work nor psychotherapy alone were able to address the whole person.
In this 2017 video, he maintains that meditation is the single best practice from which any person can derive benefit. He notes that there are now over a thousand scientific papers describing both the mental and biological benefits of meditation. He claims that, while almost all religious cultures offer some sort of meditative practice, it [...]
Ruth-Inge Heinze is author of Trance and Healing in Southeast Asia Today and Shamans of the Twentieth Century. She describes shamans as experts in the use of altered states of consciousness and sacred rituals in the service of their communities. She discusses her fieldwork with over a hundred shamans in both urban and rural settings.
In this 2016 video he addresses misconceptions about the possibilities of remote viewing training. He states that statistical analysis of the U.S. government’s twenty-year remote viewing project failed to yield evidence that any training methods were successful. At least three different approaches were involved, including the methodology developed by Ingo Swann that has become the [...]
The unconscious, says Dr. Brugh Joy, is composed of multiple, autonomous personalities. These personalities, which are much more powerful than generally acknowleged, affect our state of health — from allergic response to disease states such as diabetes and cancer. A doctor of internal medicine, Brugh Joy is the author of Joy’s Way and Avalanche.
Rachel Naomi Remen, MD, author of Kitchen Table Wisdom, is a professor at the Osher Center of Integrative Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Here she highlights the awe and power of the life force — that enables thin blades of grass to grow up through concrete sidewalks. She emphasizes that we cut ourselves off [...]
Here she addresses many aspects of biological energy fields, including electromagnetic and photonic. She also describes a subtle energy detector that she has developed in her laboratory that is capable of registering human emotions, even when shielded from all known forms of electromagnetic or acoustical radiation. She also describes her work with high voltage, digital [...]
Stanislav Grof has been a professor of psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies. With his wife, Christine, he is founder of Grof Holotropic Training. He is author of Beyond the Brain, LSD Psychotherapy, The Adventure of Self Discovery and The Cosmic Game.
Daniel describes that by having high quality data that finds the overlapping perspectives in science, spirituality, religion, clinical medicine, and mental health, of what many might call “spiritual”, “mystical”, and “energetic” experiences – referred to as emergent phenomena by the Emergent Phenomenology Research Consortium – there can be more beneficial outcomes for people.
Here he describes a sequence of events that transpired over many years that began in 1961 with a mysterious pronouncement that came through Ray while in trance. Because of this, he developed a close relationship with the renowned Mexican artist, Carlos Merida, who became the godfather of Ray’s three children that he might, otherwise, never [...]
Here she expands upon her insight that matter and consciousness are one and the same. Therefore, rather than say that we have consciousness, she maintains that we are consciousness. She refers to her early childhood experiences of supernormal awareness, and claims that this is the birthright of all individuals. We lose these natural abilities due [...]
Judith Orloff is on the UCLA psychiatric clinical faculty. She is also a practicing clairvoyant and is author of Second Sight. Here she describes her own struggle coming to terms with her psychic abilities while establishing herself in a psychiatric career — where claims of psychic functioning are often viewed as signs of mental illness.
In this 2017 video, she describes her work as an animal communicator, often passing messages from animals to their humans. She notes that animals serve as a reflection of the energy level of humans in their presence. She provides some exercises to help promote communication between humans and animals. She maintains that indigenous people have [...]
Weston Agor, former professor of public administration at the University of Texas, El Paso and author of Intuitive Management and The Logic of Intuitive Decision Making, maintains that intuition is a brain skill that organizations must learn to tap in order to remain competitive. He discusses several ways in which organizations can learn to accomodate [...]
Marcia recounts 50 years of personal experiences with precognitive dreams and intuition that led her beyond being a psychology professor to teaching graduate students and people how to explore the wisdom of their dreams and develop intuition.
Swami Dayananda Saraswati was a member of the Order of Sanyasins, or spiritual renunciates. He is author of several books including The Value of Values, Who am I?, and Commentaries on the Bhagavad Gita. Here he points out that all human activity is based on a quality of non-self-acceptance. When we feel ourselves to be [...]
Here she maintains that humans have a false sense of superiority with regard to animals. There are some qualities that distinguish humans from other animals. But, for the most part, we make a mistake when we emphasize the differences and ignore the similarities. She notes that human damage to the environment is not a sign [...]
The cosmos is the fertile field from which we humans and the planet earth were bom. In another sense the cosmos is the field of our mind onto which we project our dreams and myths. Richard Grossinger is author of Planet Medicine and The Night Sky. The scientific worldview, he says, for all its beauty [...]
Here he maintains that science is continually evolving. He draws upon examples from cosmology and black holes to make this point. He also reflects on his relationship with Stephen Hawking who was his faculty advisor and mentor. He suggests that science will not be complete until it can incorporate both mind and spirit.