Meditation expert, Giovanni Dienstmann, developed an early interest in the paranormal that ultimately inspired him to study demons more terrifying than ones we exorcise with spiritual house cleansings and clergy — the ones we term “personal demons”. During this episode, Giovanni,…
In hypnotherapy, patients release the “old self” — negative thought patterns and acceptance of defeatist conclusions about themselves — in favor of a “new self” — where newly created neural pathways fuse a positive future with the present moment. Your…
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Picture yourself watching a movie that, by default, completely captures your attention. So captivating as to go beyond the classic suspension of belief model and into a state that exceeds spoken language. In this movie, the venue is not a theater replete with posters, long lines and popcorn … rather the location, along with all movie dialogue and cast members, resides deep within the complex neural pathways of your own brain.
Our guest , Berit Brogaard, Professor of Philosophy and Psychology at the University of Miami, runs the Brogaard Lab for Multisensory Research. Her areas of research include perception, synesthesia, blindsight, consciousness, neuro-psychiatry and emotions. Today we will be speaking to her about lucid dreaming – a fascinating and proven method for enriching our lives with better self understanding and awareness. Lucid dreaming is an awareness that you are dreaming, while in a dream.