InPresence 183New Developments at New Thinking Allowed
August 25, 2020
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Jeffrey Mishlove describes a variety of positions that are held with regard to claims of the paranormal. He also explains how some of his own attitudes are changing. He notes that, in the absence of complete knowledge, we are often forced to make decisions based upon intuitive or psychic processes. He characterizes this process as the razor’s edge of discernment.
(Recorded on August 17, 2020)
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Published on August 27, 2020
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Mrs. Irina Tweedie was the author of Daughter of Fire, a diary of her intensive spiritual training in India with a Hindu Sufi master. In this moving and personal interview, the 80-year-old Mrs. Tweedie, who was then a Sufi teacher in London, describes the bliss, peace and love — and the despair, hatred and loneliness [...]
Neil Freer is author of Breaking the Godspell, a book which delves into the implications of the radical theories of scholar Zecharia Sitchin (The Twelfth Planet, Stairway to Heaven, etc). Here he discusses the hypothesis that the gods of ancient cultures were actually from another planet that colonized the earth. Several lines of argumentation support this [...]
Motivational training techniques often focus mindlessly on “positive thinking”, glossing over the need for people to engage in soul-searching and self-renewal. John O’Neil, past-president of the California School of Professional Psychology, discusses the unfortunate trend to treat “success” as an all-consuming end in itself, without regard to the consequences of this attitude. O’Neil is author of The [...]
In this 2018 interview, he points out that the Neoplatonists deviated from Plato’s original emphasis on the Self. He regards their interest in theurgy as a decadent development. However, he holds that there is a continuous Hellenic, philosophical tradition extending from the pre-Socratic philosophers through Plato and Aristotle to the Neoplatonists. He also suggests that [...]
In this 2018 interview, Vernon Neppe explains that, though we only experience our physical lives of 3 dimensions of space in a moment in time (3S-1t), we nevertheless still exist in a discrete nine-dimensional finite universe plus a separate “countable infinity—the discrete transfinite. These are made up of innumerable ‘quanta’ —Planck lengths in quantum physics. [...]
Peter Russell is a visionary writer, filmmaker, and management consultant. He is author of The Creative Manager, The Global Brain and The White Hole in Time. Here he suggests that if we wish to understand the significance of the present, we must understand all of cosmic and biological evolution. He maintains that the human race [...]
In 2009, Ingo invited filmmakers into his home to begin what was going to be a documentary on his contributions to remote viewing, but what happened instead was it turned into a wild ride into with myriad of facets of Ingo’s life. Footage shot during this time, from 2009-2011, captured Ingo at his eccentric best, [...]
Learning to trust your intuition is a matter of practice and risk-taking. You’ll be rewarded for your correct decisions, says Shakti Gawain, by a feeling of greater aliveness. In this penetrating discussion, Ms. Gawain, author of Living in the Light and the best-selling Creative Visualization, describes how to deal with the tensions associated with living [...]
June Singer, PhD, an analytic psychologist, was author of Seeing Through the Visible World: Jung, Gnosis and Chaos; A Gnostic Book of Hours; and Boundaries of the Soul. Here she discusses Gnosticism as a practice that involved a fusion of Judaism, Christianity and Manicheanism. The Gnostic texts found in the Nag Hamadi scrolls appear to satirize traditional [...]
In ancient times, says Leonard Shlain, human societies universally worshipped the image of a goddess. Sometime about 5,000 years ago a massive shift occurred in which the gender of the diety changed. He presents his hypothesis that this change is related to the introduction of the alphabet and its effects upon the human brain. He [...]
In this 2018 interview, she speaks passionately about the years she spent with Timothy Leary, traveling in Europe and to Afghanistan — where they were captured by U.S. federal agents — and, then, working intensively in an effort to free him from prison. She discusses the role of psychedelics in reshaping American culture after the [...]
Richard Bach is the best-selling author of Johnathan Livingston Seagull, One, Illusions, Bridge Across Forever and Running From Safety. Here he describes the relationship between fact and fiction in his imaginative autobiographical books – suggesting that the world of imagination is very real to him. He discusses his experience entering the imaginal realm, both in a psi [...]
Here he describes the important plot threads of Franz Kafka’s posthumously published novel. The main character seems to be trapped in a nightmarish scenario, in which he is put through a mysterious legal proceding, from which he cannot seem to escape. Jorjani elucidates several important folklore and mythological references. Ultimately, he believes that the protagonist [...]
Rod Chelberg shares several stories of being guided by a divine presence in the emergency room, ICU, and end-of-life care as a physician. He describes how we are all mystics and can quiet our minds to awaken spiritual gifts, let love flow, and walk in peace.
A leading visionary thinker, Barbara Marx Hubbard suggests that we are in a unique evolutionary phase in which the universe is coming to understand itself through the vehicle of human consciousness. She argues that the spiritual attainments of the great religious founders and avatars are now becoming available to masses of people.
Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. is coauthor of A Walk Through Time: From Stardust to Us and coauthor, with the late Willis Harman, of Biology Revisioned. Consciousness may be thought of as the beginning point of evolution and of creation, rather than as a recent by-product of the evolutionary process. To support this view, Elisabet Sahtouris cites [...]
Fritjof Capra, PhD, is author of The Tao of Physics, Uncommon Wisdom, The Turning Point, Belonging to the Universe and The Web of Life: A New Scientific Understanding of Living Systems. He is founding director of the Center for Ecoliteracy in Berkeley, California, and is on the faculty of Schumacher College in England.
Do near-death experiences represent an authentic encounter with a world beyond? Psychiatrist Raymond Moody explores the nature and significance of the near-death experience and describes the profound effect it has on those who go through it. Dr Moody is author of the classic Life After Life which sold over ten million copies and inaugurated research [...]
Steinfeld’s new book is called Making Contact: The New Realities of Extraterrestial Existence: https://amzn.to/3IDQIWL The book contains original writings by: Linda Moulton Howe, Whitley Strieber Professor John E. Mack, Darryl Anka, Nick Pope, Grant Cameron, Drs. J.J. and Desiree Hurtak, Caroline Cory, Mary Rodwell, and Henrietta Weekes.
Here he explains principles of spiritual alchemy, emphasizing the union or intersection of inner and outer realities. He describes alchemical stages and highlights the importance of the union of opposites. He also shares several stories concerning his own awakening and alchemical discoveries related to his work with minerals, stones, and gems. These experiences challenge us [...]
Here she describes working with groups of individuals who are suffering from the “long-haul” symptoms of COVID. Even though they no longer test positive for the virus they suffer in a debilitating manner similar to those who have experienced chronic fatigue syndrome. She also discusses the dreams people are having in the face of the [...]