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"How To Live A More Peaceful and Liberated Life" with Genpo Roshi (extended Q&A)

In this program Dennis Genpo Merzel Roshi shares his groundbreaking “Big Mind Big Heart” teaching, a combination of Zen & Western psychology with host Tina Amorok. They discuss the “Buddha Mind” – the mind of clarity, transcendental wisdom, and unconditional compassion. And the need to examine the shadow side of ourselves.

"Ghost Hunting" with Loyd Auerbach

For more than 25 years, Loyd Auerbach has been investigating cases of reported paranormal phenomena, helping people understand what may (or may not) be going on in their lives. He is Director of the Office of Paranormal Investigations and author of Ghost Hunting: How to Investigate the Paranormal and Hauntings & Poltergeists: A Ghost Hunter's Guide. Join Loyd in dialogue with IONS Senior Scientist Dean Radin in a dialogue on "Ghost Hunting: Science and the Paranormal."

"Cells and the Sacred" with Sondra Barrett

What can your cells teach you about living a spiritual life, love, and the Self? 100 trillion individual cells create your personal physical universe providing their own "wisdom medicine" through self-diagnosis, love, repair, regulation, and regeneration.

Cells are imbued with both biological functions and sacred wisdom. The matrix or cytoskeleton of the cell, said to be the seat of inner intelligence and consciousness, holds clues to the anatomy of energy, vibrational healing and the power of movement practices such as yoga and qigong.

"Correlations, Consciousness, and the GCP" with Roger Nelson (extended Q&A)

The Global Consciousness Project (GCP) is a long-term experiment that extends psi research to global dimensions, looking for effects of mass consciousness. We predict that events which produce widely shared emotional reactions will register as unexpected structure in random data sequences. The GCP is associated with the Institute of Noetic Sciences, which has provided its logistical home since 1998.

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