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"Wisdom of the Heart" with Joan Borysenko (part 1 of 2)

Joan Borysenko is a former Harvard medical scientist and practicing psychologist. She endeavors to weave together science, psychology, and spirituality in the service of wholeness.

In this engaging discussion about the path to wholeness, Joan shares the wisdom of a variety of spiritual leaders. This approach is in keeping with the mission of her Claritas Institute, which teaches students to respect the differences between traditions while simultaneously recognizing the essential spirituality they share.

"Crossing the Event Horizon" Nassim Haramein (part 2 of 2)

Nassim Haramein's investigation of the geometry of hyperspace combines quantum physics and cosmological understandings of universal forces with a new solution to Einstein field equations, unifying physics and integrating other sciences into a cohesive whole. Haramein's solution resulted from studies of ancient codes left in monuments and documents around the world, and may lead to some of the most important discoveries in written history.

"Entangled Minds" with Dean Radin (2007, part 4 of 4)

For millennia, people have reported unusual experiences that have been called "psychic" or "mystical." Until recently many scientists have assumed that such experiences were illusions or delusions. Dean shows that such proposals fail to account for the actual data, and that when the fabric of reality is considered from a modern physical perspective, these phenomena are not just allowed to occur, but are expected.

"Crossing the Event Horizon" with Nassim Haramein (part 1 of 2)

Nassim Haramein's investigation of the geometry of hyperspace combines quantum physics and cosmological understandings of universal forces with a new solution to Einstein field equations, unifying physics and integrating other sciences into a cohesive whole. Haramein's solution resulted from studies of ancient codes left in monuments and documents around the world, and may lead to some of the most important discoveries in written history.

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