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Meeting Monroe: Conversations with a Man Who Came to Earth

This week we present you an exclusive article written for SuperConsciousness magazine by sociologist and writer, Kingsley Dennis from Britain, based on his new book, “Meeting Monroe: Conversations with a Man Who Came to Earth.” He has often been a contributor to our mag...

Wild Mind

It’s time to take another look at ourselves — to re-enliven our sense of what it is to be human, to breathe new life into ancient intuitions of who we are, and to learn again to celebrate, as we once did, our instinctive affinity with the Earth community in which we’re ...

Reclaiming the Self: Does the ‘self’ exist? Of course it does!

Can a Ghost prove its own non-existence? If there is one concept, which has been under constant attack by psychologists and philosophers over the last few decades, it is the idea that you are ‘someone’, that you existing as a ‘self’ inside your mental space is an illusi...

Lyn Buchanan and Remote Viewing

In 1995, the United States Government declassified documents which revealed the existence of a Controlled Remote Viewing Unit working under U.S. Intelligence and Security Command to gather intelligence about foreign leaders and governments. Lyn Buchanan worked in the un...

How Do We Grow New Neurons into the Future and the Unknown?

Your journey was to learn many, many spiritualconcepts to garner the best of civilizations — science — and to help support these concepts that can so easily be forgotten or washed into the dregs of religion, good or bad, right or wrong and punishment, and all that rules...

Are You Happy Now?

This book came about when I was lying on my sofa one afternoon thinking to myself… “OK Barbara, now that you’ve been through so much and are getting older, what do you need to remember to live a happy life? If you would sum it all up, what would it be? What do you need ...

Manipulating Time

In 2006, I accepted an invitation to visit China and present my experimental research to an elite yet somewhat mysterious group of scientists. These researchers have dedicated much of their professional careers to the study of extraordinary human potential, driven by a ...

The Divine Art of Self-Correction

One of my all-time favorite top-five films is Limitless, starring Bradley Cooper (20th Century Fox, 2011). The story begins with a down-and-out writer [Eddie] who discovers the existence of a “genius enhancing” pharmaceutical — capable of transforming him from a dispass...

The Wisdom In Golf Balls

A professor stood before a philosophy class holding an empty jar. As the students took their seats, she began filling the jar with golf balls. When they reached the top, she asked the students if the jar was full. They agreed that it was. The professor then took a bag o...

Sewing Dreams

In 1968, Carlos Castaneda wrote The Teachings of Don Juan, the first of a series of books de-scribing his training with a Yaqui “Man of Knowledge” named Don Juan Matus. Castaneda’s books have sold more than 28 million copies, and his work was the first glimpse into a va...

The Curious Case of Orbs

What are the limits to our knowledge about nature? How much more is there to learn about what we currently classify as the “natural world?” As technology continues to evolve, will our understanding of nature expand to incorporate phenomena of which we were previou...

The Lost Art of Resurrection

Let me begin with a legend of a child, born in cave, saved from death in infancy, who grows up to teach a new religion to the masses then removes himself to a wilderness for a prescribed period, and upon his return is killed and fixed to a wooden structure, only to resu...

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