The link between transcendent experience and psychic experience is closer than one might imagine. Each one emerges from the vastness of the nonlocal mind.
When The Secret Life of Plants was first published in 1973, readers were astounded to read that a flower had consciousness and reacted to its surroundings. Plants were only the beginning.
However uncomfortable it makes them, scientists must reckon with the mysterious role of intention in seeking to understand the nature of consciousness. Substantial evidence in favor of intentional mind-matter interactions should make this transition a bit easier.
The DVD and book that have ignited the imagination of millions only scratch the surface of the history and complexity behind the law of attraction. It’s neither as simple nor as foolproof as one is led to believe.
With sensuous and inventive prose, this celebrated author-poet reminds us that the brain is not just a machine to be probed but a phenomenon to be marveled at. A "dream factory," a "chemistry lab," a "hall of mirrors"--the brain and mind beguile us into thinking we know who we are.
The study of mediumship has grown increasingly sophisticated, and the results potentially more relevant to our understanding of the relationship between mind/consciousness and how the brain works.
In 1993, the Institute of Noetic Sciences published Spontaneous Remission: An Annotated Bibliography. In this work, the authors, Caryle Hirshberg and the late Brendan O'Regan, defined spontaneous remission as "the disappearance, complete or incomplete, of a disease or cancer without medical treatment or treatment that is considered inadequate to produce the resulting disappearance of disease symptoms or tumor."
What is consciousness? It’s an age-old question that still stretches the limits of science. Is consciousness a form of energy? Christian de Quincey has dedicated a career to exploring this puzzle — philosophy’s “hardest problem,” science’s “final frontier,” and spirituality’s “deepest mystery.” Using the Four Gifts of Knowing, he guides us into this perennial mystery. Join Dr. de Quincey to explore different theories of consciousness, how mind and body are related, and how consciousness can make things happen in the physical world.
Baba Harihar Ramji is a bridge between the ancient and modern world. Continuing the mystical lineage of the Aghor Seat of Varanasi, India, Babaji’s teachings are deeply rooted in ancient wisdom, yet practical for this day and age. He is the spiritual teacher at two ashrams: in Sonoma, California and in India.
Living Deeply Practices are short experiential audios guided by wonderful leaders from a range of wisdom traditions.