ESP – Psi – Remote Viewing
In this interview with CJ Liu, Dr. Susan Shumsky shares the what, why, and when you should open up and awaken your third eye. Plus, Susan shares insights from her book “Awaken Your Third Eye: How accessing Your Sixth Sense Can Help you Find Knowledge, Illumination, and Intuition”
Until very recently, the idea of telepathy (mind to mind communication) was considered by most to be pure science fiction. But in 2014, Harvard researches showed that brain-to-brain communication was possible even at a great distance, such as France to India by measuring the EEGs of two different people via a massive computer that communicated in binary.
Encounters where an individual feels like there is an additional person right beside them, even though there is no one there, is not new. In fact it’s happened way back in history too.
Alexis speaks with psychic medium Andy Myers about the importance of understanding our psychic capacity and our connection to the invisible world. Psychic medium and author of the new book, Flying Paint Rollers from Heaven, Andy Myers discusses the significance of the higher self and how he called on this aspect of himself to write […]
The noosphere defines the inevitable next stage of terrestrial evolution, which will subsume and transform the biosphere.
The pain, the joy, the sadness, the exuberance, the unfamiliar and familiar, are but a host of expressions of one continuum of consciousness and we are connected to it all! Higher Journeys It was only days ago that the world learned of the death of a beloved figure in the world of entertainment, Robin Williams. […]
Ingo Swann was considered to be one of the U.S. Government’s leading Remote-Viewers. During an initial targeting of the moon, he saw sensational imagery of what looked to be a huge tower soaring upwards from the Moon’s surface. This was no human-made structure: it was the work of nothing less than mysterious extraterrestrials.
While I prefer not to make judgments about thinkers (after all, we all see the world through our own culture, experience and education) occasionally I feel compelled to highlight some of the unimaginative, sloppy or just plain lazy thinking that sometimes passes for intelligent discourse on this important subject. Michio Kaku is a chronic […]
Deepak Chopra and Rupert Sheldrake discuss morphic fields, the memory of nature, the nature of creativity and much, much more.
Scientists at the cutting edge of consciousness research are recognizing the crucial link between how the mind works in relationship to paranormal experiences.
Are you a “new soul”, or have you incarnated here from another planet or star system? Many people instinctually feel that Earth is not their planet of origin.
Can we sense the future before it happens? That question was at the heart of a set of nine experiments that sparked widespread controversy and debate when Professor Daryl Bem published his results in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology in 2011. The reason: Bem’s results were positive, suggesting that we can in some way do the seemingly impossible, and somehow ‘know’ (precognition) or ‘feel’ (presentiment) things before they even occur.
Everyone has some level of innate intuitive capability, as has been demonstrated repeatedly over several decades of experiments by the parapsychological community through tens of thousands of trials utilising thousands of regular people with no known or presupposed psychic gifts. (That is to say nothing, of course, of those many successful experiments carried out with people having well established reputations for performing “paranormal” feats.) While some people are born with obvious psychic talents, most of us have to invest time and effort over the long-term in order to develop them from their latent state. In this article we will look at some guidelines and relevant principles for unblocking and developing your innate intuitive abilities.
Reality Shifter Cynthia Sue Larson interviews psychic medium Andy Myers: I met Andy Myers at a conference we were both attending in August 2010 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where we had great conversations each morning at breakfast before the conference discussions began…
A new study co-authored by (among others) Dean Radin and Julie Beischel has found that electrocortical activity during mediumistic ‘communication’ is distinctly different than during other contemplative moments such as thinking about living or imaginary people. The research was done to explore two questions: possible correlations between the accuracy of mediums’ statements and the electrical activity in their brain; and the differences in mediums’ brain activity when they intentionally evoked four different subjective states.