Introducing Singer/Musician Jordan Olguin
December 27, 2019
Jordan Olguin’s instagram: @jordanolguinofficial
This clip is part of our pre-conference content, as we ask our speakers to tell us about their own journeys of enquiry into consciousness ‘beyond the brain’. First up, we feature philosopher and best-selling author Tim Freke. https://www.beyondthebrain.org/
Published on September 26, 2020
This #short features #experiencer Roberts, a former Navel Intelligence Officer featured in the Netflix series “Encounters” talking about the ongoing disagreement on #disclosure of UFO and UAP. They are referred to in this 1952 #DepartmentofDefense press conference clip where two high-ranking military officials disagree. See more of the two men at the link above.
Ronnie Pontiac was the personal research assistant for Manly P. Hall at the Philosophical Research Society in Los Angeles. He is the author of American Metaphysical Religion: Esoteric and Mystical Traditions of the New World. He is co-author with Tamra Lucid of “The Magic of the Orphic Hymns: A New Translation for the Modern Mystic.”
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In 2005, while working on a documentary about the evolution of human consciousness, Leanne Whitney had the opportunity to interview Russell Targ at his home in Palo Alto. This unique circumstance provided an intimate setting for an informative conversation, where Targ’s insights into parapsychology, remote viewing, and the mysterious facets of human consciousness were explored.
In this excerpt (part 4 of 4, parts 1,2 and 3 previously posted) Semkiw describes the pioneering research of Dr. Ian Stevenson at the University of Virginia who established the discipline of reincarnation research by focusing on investigations of young children who remember past lives. For the full interview on New Thinking Allowed’s YouTube channel [...]
In this excerpt (part 3 of 4, parts 1 and 2 posted, part 4 to follow) Semkiw describes the pioneering research of Dr. Ian Stevenson at the University of Virginia who established the discipline of reincarnation research by focusing on investigations of young children who remember past lives. For the full interview on New Thinking [...]
In this excerpt (part 2 of 4, part 1 posted, parts 3 & 4 to follow) Semkiw describes the pioneering research of Dr. Ian Stevenson at the University of Virginia who established the discipline of reincarnation research by focusing on investigations of young children who remember past lives. For the full interview on New Thinking [...]
In 2005, Leanne Whitney had the unique opportunity to conduct an interview with Peter on his boat nestled in the coastal town of Sausalito, California. They delved into a wide range of topics including; exploring the nature of consciousness, self-reflection, emotion, psychic abilities and the possibility of experiencing inner peace amidst the chaos of modern [...]
In this excerpt (part 1 of 4, more to follow) Semkiw describes the pioneering research of Dr. Ian Stevenson at the University of Virginia who established the discipline of reincarnation research by focusing on investigations of young children who remember past lives. For the full interview on New Thinking Allowed’s YouTube channel go to
The problems of society result less from an intrinsic “evil” in human nature than from our failure to stop repeating behavior patterns from the past. Change, says Virginia Satir, begins with learning to accept and understand the many parts of oneself. Ms. Satir, is one of the most influential psychologists of the twentieth century, was [...]
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.
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Gayle Delaney, PhD, is the founding president of the Association for the Study of Dreams. She is author of Living Your Dreams and Breakthrough Dreaming. She presents her unique method of dream interviewing, and distinguishes her approach from the classical methods of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. She emphasizes the importance of not imposing one’s own interpretations upon the dreamer.
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 [...]
The average human is functioning in an unawakened state, according to Russian philosopher and mystic George Ivanovich Gurdjieff. Psychologist Kathleen Speeth, Ph.D., author of The Gurdjieff Work and Gurdjieff: Seeker of the Truth, was raised by parents who were students of Gurdjieff, whom she met as a child. She discusses the history and present status of the Gurdjieff [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Scientist Russell Targ describes remote viewing research he conducted with sponsorship from the CIA and military intelligence establishment. He presents graphic illustrations of the tests that persuaded the government to fund this research. He describes his own personal experiences as a remote viewer. He explains that remote viewing, or free-response clairvoyance, is probably the single [...]
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, [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Here she describes her introduction to the spiritualist community of Lily Dale, New York, located near her childhood home of Buffalo. A remarkable mediumistic reading, given to a cousin, led to the uncovering of a family secret regarding the death of her grandfather. For the last two decades, she has engaged in a journey of [...]
Here she describes the Italian Renaissance as a time when people began to celebrate the beauty of the human body, the dignity of worldly human life, and the potential of people to reach for new cultural accomplishments – while remaining mindful of the divinity within, as expressed in the art and insights of the high [...]