The Practical Applications of Precognition, Part Three: Psychology,withMarty Rosenblatt

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Marty Rosenblatt, MS, is a computational physicist who spent his career working in the military and industrial sectors. He is the president of the Applied Precognition Project.

Here he introduces the notion of “backwards causality” and suggests various psychological strategies for letting go of resistance and skepticism regarding the possibility of precognition. He describes the quantum mechanical concepts of “non-locality”, “entanglement”, and “zero point energy” and their possible relationship to precognition. He shares his model of “collective consciousness” that helps people in the Applied Precognition Project to accept that their consciousness is far greater than they normally imagine it to be.

(Recorded on January 6, 2016)

Published on January 21, 2016

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