InPresence 204Even More of Your Toughest Questions
October 31, 2020
Huge Robert Anton Wilson fan here. Could you please share some memories of meeting and befriending the late Discordian Pope?
Jeffrey Mishlove once again responds to questions that were posed during the October 11 YouTube Live Stream Event. Here are the questions that are addressed in this monologue:
Would you be willing to offer an internship? I have a visual mixed media degree and have so many questions for so many things you’ve discussed on your channel.
Thank you for all of your hard work. I’m curious how someone of your intellect could still believe in politics & the system in general? Both sides are criminals.
I am deeply impressed by your commitment to consciousness research. How do you stay so motivated & passionate? what Do you feel your motivation is influenced by
Have you seen a larger interest in parapsychology in the last 10 years?
After Reading “Many Lives. Many Masters” I am intrigued and may try to experience a past life regression. Have you done so, Jeff? How did your experience feel or affect you?
Is there a difference between “all is one” and “all is connected? If so, what is it? If not, why not? And if not, can “all is one” be a tautology that covers too much?
When Will Science and Spirituality Merge To Become Super Science?
(Recorded on October 21, 2020)
Published on November 1, 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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Anngwyn St. Just, PhD, is a social traumatologist. She is author of the two volume set of books titled Trauma: Time, Space, and Fractals. She is also author of the five volume set titled Trauma and the Human Condition. She has worked throughout the world helping victims of war and disaster.
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