Prof. Dr. Marko Pavliha expresses his endorsement for the Galileo Commission Report
Gratitude, humility, forgiveness, and other positive qualities may have a lot to offer in both psychological research and clinical practice.
In this interview Peter Fenwick talks about near-death-experiences (NDE), death-bed-visitors and how we can achieve a good death. He offers fascinating insights into common phenomena at the end of life, such as premonitions, seeing a light, death-bed-visions and coincidences. In his opinion everybody should know about death and the dying process, because it is a normal part of living.
Philosopher Tim Freke invites you around the fire to hear the story of where we have come from, where we are going and why our lives are profoundly meaningful. He shares a new cosmology that unites science and spirituality to inspire and inform us.
Galileo Commission adviser Stanislav Grof has been featured recently on the Great Mystery website for his work holotropic states.
The generation and resolution of that counterintuitivity is imputed to the non-verbal experience of the classical gamut of state experiences, for which I deduce five lines of indirect evidence, including, perhaps most conclusively, the occurrence of samadhi itself at key junctures of level and state, which provide the stability and ongoing expansion of content of the matrices.
My intention is to make it easier for the health care community and others to recognize a possible relationship between their own preferred models and those in disciplines that may not currently appear cognate, as well as to enrich and further define themselves with what is offered in those disciplines.
The team have recently published their findings in two booklets. In one of their booklets, they present their research findings by anchoring those to previous literature. In the second booklet, the document individual cases and thoroughly describe the phenomenology of an ADC experience.
Brian’s one-line message to the world: “If I’m talking to the world of listeners, isn’t it wonderful to be in the sphere of influence of Suzanne, who, if we imitated, we would transform the planet into a wonderful place? It’s wonderful to think that if everyone were like you, Suzanne, we would be in paradise. We’re close to that big turnaround moment.”
Sounds crazy? The main thing to see is that the field of consciousness studies is in deep trouble and Kastrup’s is actually one of the more plausible suggestions.
The evidence developed in recent years, primarily in the areas of near-death experiences, clairvoyance, past-life studies, instrumental transcommunication, electronic voice phenomena, and deathbed phenomena, has added significantly to the “old” evidence, which was primarily in the area of trance mediumship. The old research produced a solid wheel and the newer research has tightened the spokes, but the prevailing materialistic mindset in the modern world resists both the old and the new.
In this interview with SAND co-founder Zaya Benazzo at SAND19 Italy, David Lorimer talks about the limitations of applying a mechanistic model to a living organism like the human being. He asks whether the brain produces or transduces consciousness. He covers the psycho-political phenomenon of scientific dogma, the experimenter effect, the work of Rupert Sheldrake, the implications of the theory of evolution, the place of A.I., the complexity of human emotions, the power of Love, and more.
Near-death experiences expert Diane Corcoran, RN, PhD, moderates the discussion between the physician panellists Mary Neal, Rebecca Valla, James Kwako and Rajiv Parti, who share how near-death experiences have impacted their practices.
Philosopher Tim Freke in conversation with Matt Segall, assistant professor in Philosophy, Cosmology & Consciousness at California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco.
An inspirational conversation about the nature of death with Galileo Commission adviser Eben Alexander, MD.
In 2019, for the first time the Kurt Gödel Circle of Friends Berlin, in partnership with the University of Wuppertal, has announced the Kurt Godel prize which aims "to promote anti-reductionist knowledge in the natural sciences and humanities".
Fascinated by the mysterious power of human intention to make things happen? Discover its real-world applications by exploring the breakthrough research of psychoenergetic science.
The Schwartzreport tracks emerging trends that will affect the world, particularly the United States. For EXPLORE it focuses on matters of health in the broadest sense of that term, including medical issues, changes in the biosphere, technology, and policy considerations, all of which will shape our culture and our lives.
But when we broaden our inquiry into the nature of extraterrestrial life by including additional methods of questioning, as we take into account science’s self-declared limitations, avantgarde scientific experiments that look beyond those limitations, the latest scientific insights, previously esoteric notions about the nature of matter, and eyewitness accounts from people the world over, a plausible window opens onto a world as yet unseen, but one that can well be explained and argued, even within the limits of our current understanding.
A website, published by Gerard Aartsen, a Galileo Commission affiliate, highlights the teachings of George Adamski and beautifully summarises leading evidence that we are all interconnected and that life is one. Indeed, the Adamski case points in the same direction as do the conclusions of the Galileo Commission Report.
This fine book should be widely read and debated as we try to formulate a radical new perspective where mind is a central part of nature rather than an epiphenomenon of neural processes. This will lead to a new and constructive relationship between science and spirituality.
This bold and eloquent book delivers a necessary ‘ontological shock’ and maps a potentially expanded future of knowledge where the ‘inside’ of matter is mind - surely a crucial step to take and one that completely reframes our understanding of consciousness and reality.
This Q&A panel was part of the premiere event of 'Insight Out' a documentary made by Jade Shaw about the transformative effects of Out of Body Experiences. The panel is themed around non-local consciousness and was curated by Jade Shaw.
In 2008, Dr. Eben Alexander’s brain was severely damaged by a devastating case of bacterial meningitis, and he lapsed into a week-long coma. What he learned completely violated everything he ever knew about brain, mind and consciousness, and drove him to question some of the most fundamental assumptions of conventional science, leading to a complete flip from his former worldview.