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2012 World Shift

Dr. Ervin Laszlo, philosopher and Nobel nominee talks about the rebirth of the planet. "A new consciousness can change the world, and a critical mass with the new consciousness will change it."


Amit Goswami, Quantum Physicist , is interviewed by Jeffrey Mislove

Consciousness is the ground of being. What is creativity? Possibilities?

The Future of the Future

Short interview about the process of the Future of the Future. Connecting the dots between this reality and other realities helps us understand our own powers.

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Affirmation or Prayer

on Thu, 04/10/2014 - 21:09

For thousands of years people have been trained in the art and science of praying. Most often we are taught to negotiate with God, plead with God, tell Jesus why this or that happened, and ask for forgiveness, or ask for something we need. This type of prayer without a proper understanding of how prayer works is misinform.

What is Affirmative Prayer and why do I need to know about it?

Many saints have walked the earth illuminating the path of  Truth. They speak about prayer in powerful and highly insightful ways: St. Teresa of Avila, St. John of The Cross, St.

The Dark Night of the Soul

on Wed, 10/02/2013 - 01:26

The dark night of the soul, I think, for me, is misleading. For me, the dark night of the soul is really the dark night of the ego because this is where everything is in the process of collapsing. What we're really talking about is the mental structures of your life collapsing. What wants to birth itself is really the true essence of who we are.

Free Energy. No Thanks!

on Tue, 10/01/2013 - 17:35

By Peter Russell

There's much talk these days about tapping the unlimited sources of free energy that exist in the quantum vacuum field.

Initially it would seem like a dream come true. It could relieve of us our dependence on fossil fuels, reduce carbon dioxide emissions, and save us from some of the more dire consequences of global warming. No bad thing at all. Not to mention the fact that it would be cheap too. It would also be most welcome in developing countries where it could transform agriculture, housing, sanitation and provide many other much-needed services.

Intersection of Science and Religion

on Tue, 02/05/2013 - 03:06

Rev. Lawrence De Rusha, D. Sc.

This talk is by Rev. DeRusha about Ernest Holmes, New Thought and Science.  Dr. Holmes (1869-1960) founded the  Religious Science movement, wrote "The Science of Mind" and numerous other books on metaphysics, and originated the international periodical Science of Mind magazine, which has been in continuous publication since 1927.

Rev. Dr. Ernest Holmes
Holmes' Science of Mind teaching, recognized today as one of the leading viewpoints in modern metaphysics, is a spiritual philosophy that has brought to people around the world a working cosmology - a sense of their relationship to God and their place in the

Consciousness from a Quantum Physics Perspective

on Mon, 02/04/2013 - 19:50

The Riddle of Consciousness | SAGES & SCIENTISTS: Menas Kafatos - Part 1

Dr. Menas Kafatos speaks to the Chopra Wellness Center about c.onsciousness. Dr. Menas Kafatos is The Fletcher Jones Endowed Professor of Computational Physics at Chapman University. He received his B.A. in Physics from Cornell University in 1967 and his Ph.D.

Fear-Reasonable or Unreasonable

on Thu, 01/31/2013 - 04:04

Larry De Rusha discusses the topic of "fear" with his live audience. Fear can save your life or paralyze you. What are the two types of fear and what can we do about it. How can we use it or change fear.




DNA, Edgar Cayce's Forgotten record

on Sun, 10/14/2012 - 17:29

Modern Genetic Research Confirming Cayce’s Story
This section adapted from Mound Builders: Edgar Cayce's Forgotten Record of Ancient America by Gregory L. Little, PhD.

Edgar Cayce mentioned ancient America in 68 different readings. These readings covered migrations to America, mound builders, the Norse, and other events. In Mound Builders: Edgar Cayce’s Forgotten History of Ancient America (2001), his 68 readings on ancient America were


As might be expected, ancient DNA research has become a highly contentious issue with several competing sides.

When and Why Cause and Effect ChangesTo Accptance-by-Degree

on Thu, 08/09/2012 - 18:45

This is based on the work of James Pottenger a holographic psychologist.

In Steven Roger Fischer‟s book, A History Of Language, he brings us up-to-date on the “global” nature of “language”.
On page 8 he states:

“The current formal definition of „language‟ is experiencing a semantic change too, with „language‟ no longer the exclusive franchise of Homo Sapiens. It is now appreciated that any living being, in any epoch, that has used some means of conveying information to other animates has used „language‟ of some sort. Language is apparently a universal faculty.”

Steven Fischer helps us

SAGES + SCIENTISTS: The Merging of a New Future

on Wed, 08/08/2012 - 16:26

The Merging of a New Future will explore a series of fantastic emerging facts – the only genuine currency of science – and a contemporary synthesis where science and soul coexist comfortably. Without such a merging, our world cannot survive. Some of the most urgent questions facing our future evolution will be addressed.

Everything will be examined from the perspectives of both sages and scientists, with a view to finding common ground.

Presented by the Chopra Foundation, this Third Annual International Sages and Scientists Symposium, being held from March 3 to 5, 2012 at La Costa Resort

Doubt: A Scientific and Religious Perspective

on Wed, 07/25/2012 - 20:34

Science is naturally skeptical, initially couched in doubt. The goal in science, however, is to leave a state of doubt or ignorance and, through testing and proof, come to know truth.
Science is uncomfortable with doubt.

In law, given limited time, evidence, arguments, testimonies and the right to speedy trials, judges and juries can live with doubt. They draw the line at reasonable doubt.

Law is comfortable with shadows of doubt, but uncomfortable with reasonable doubt.

Dealing with more doubt takes faith.

Cheryl has an irrational fear of opening the refrigerator.