Bring Your Toughest Questions to a Live StreamwithJeffrey Mishlove
October 11, 2020
YouTube Live Stream Video from October 11, 2020.
Jeffrey Mishlove explains his top priority for parapsychological research. He argues that the Mobius consensus methodology developed by Stephan A. Schwartz could be applied to different groups of “psychenauts” employing such diverse approaches as mediumship, remote viewing, lucid dreaming, advanced meditation. The goal of this project would be to create a new, more accurate mapping of the interior realms of consciousness responsible for the empirical data associated with reincarnation, mystical experience, and post-mortem survival.
(Recorded on September 29, 2020)
Published on October 13, 2020
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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