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The Power of Group Consciousness

2018-02-24T01:29:40+00:00

These classes are an introduction to a totally new way of living your life and developing yourself. The Movement Diagnostics and Quantum Access™ set the stage for third level awareness. Ready to make that shift you have been yearning for? Movement feedback diagnostics is at the nexus of the most innovative and empowering resources humanity has ever seen for fostering personal growth and spiritual development. This forum is a graduate level for personal growth and spiritual inquiry. These seminars make no attempt to pump you up with an artificial high. [...]

The Power of Group Consciousness2018-02-24T01:29:40+00:00

Rumor of Quantum Fields

2018-02-17T01:21:53+00:00

In A Rumor of Angels (1969), Peter L. Berger describes believers as a "cognitive minority" whose standards of knowledge deviate from what is publicly taken for granted. Berger wrote about "plausibility structures." People need the social support of a like-minded community in holding that a given account of reality is plausible. When such support is weakened, people need to muster a strong personal determination in order to maintain their awareness when their experience is out of line with the beliefs of those around them. Maintaining your grounding and inner sense [...]

Rumor of Quantum Fields2018-02-17T01:21:53+00:00

Social Justice Syndrome

2018-02-10T01:14:55+00:00

‘Rising Tide of Personality Disorders Among Millennials’ BY EWAN MORRISON MARCH 6, 2017 If you were to come across someone who cried in the streets, who saw the world in terms of black and white and made death threats against strangers, who cowered in a special room and made public displays of naked self-harm and blood letting, you might conclude that they were suffering from a personality disorder. All these symptoms can be found in the High Conflict Personality Disorder category known as Axis II in DSMV, including Anti-Social PD, Histrionic PD, [...]

Social Justice Syndrome2018-02-10T01:14:55+00:00

Perspectives

2018-02-03T01:08:52+00:00

Disappointment is a teacher, an opportunity to learn. If we blame others for our disappointments we are going to be endlessly disappointed. It is not everyone else’s job to make us happy.It is a choice to be in harmony with the universe. Disappointment is telling me that I have work to do. It can call for greater effort or other expectations. But it is my job to go within to find the source of the problem. No matter who or what is at fault, it all comes down to my [...]

Perspectives2018-02-03T01:08:52+00:00
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