Coming on Bio & A&E this summer …

A couple of weeks ago I participated in a program at The Monroe Institute (TMI) that was filmed for a new show coming on Bio and A&E channels this summer … here’s the  TMI blurb … I’ll let you know when the show will air as soon as I find out! The History Channel spendsContinue reading “Coming on Bio & A&E this summer …”

New Math

I grew up in the Presbyterian church, in a family of engineers. Here’s what some of the prevailing assumptions were: There’s only one way to do things: the Right Way. The Right Way is hard work. You get what you earn. There’s no such thing as a free lunch. Money doesn’t grow on trees. Life is hard.Continue reading “New Math”

Recommended Reading

When I first began specifically searching out books on the expanded awareness, paranormal, psi, and related subjects, I was turned off. The shelves are stuffed with Do-It-Yourself 10 step, 3 step, truth and magic moments. I had no way of discerning what was good. what was fluff, or what was flat-out junk. If you haveContinue reading “Recommended Reading”

Being Invisible, Space-Time Cloaks, & Consciousness

Physicists know how to make things invisible. When I was about five or six years old, my mom, dad, brother, sister and I played hide and seek at my grandmother’s house in a small town in South Dakota. During one round (the last round!), I hid under my grandmother’s bed, against the wall near theContinue reading “Being Invisible, Space-Time Cloaks, & Consciousness”

PSI Activities for Fun: Affirmations

Back in the dark ages of high school, we were a tight group of friends that met and hung out at church. Although that might imply a pious group, we spent as much time pushing boundaries as we did praying. We played poker in the church office before services (of course for money – what wouldContinue reading “PSI Activities for Fun: Affirmations”

Christianity & Spirituality: Paul Rademacher’s “A Spiritual Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Universe”

I grew up in the Presbyterian church. It was a liberal congregation, with an unusually open-minded, curious and lively pastoral staff. It was, however, Christian. Good and evil, predestination (Presbyterians – what can I say), saved and unsaved, rules of behavior, dogma of thought … While I valued very highly the community of the church, and theContinue reading “Christianity & Spirituality: Paul Rademacher’s “A Spiritual Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Universe””

Miracles

Two weeks ago I had a vivid reminder of how easy life can be. Months ago I began digging foundations for two culvert rainwater collection tanks. I’ll skip the whining about trying to dig in dirt as hard as concrete … I finally finished the digging, then had to figure out pvc pipe plumbing. That tookContinue reading “Miracles”

Friday the 13th

Phobic fear of Friday the 13th: friggatriskaidekaphobia Phobic fear of the number thirteen: triskaidekaphobia Friday the 13th has generally felt for me like a slit in the seam of time. Since I don’t see an energy reality associated with this, my assumption has been that the power of combined thought composed by a good portionContinue reading “Friday the 13th”

Remote Viewing for Flexibility

  A few weeks ago I got back to remote viewing (RV) targets generated at http://www.rvtargets.com/. The first few times that I tried remote viewing (a few years ago), I had spectacular results. This is no longer the case. My hit rate has plummeted. For those of you who aren’t familiar with RV, I wouldContinue reading “Remote Viewing for Flexibility”

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