Instrumental Transcommunication EVP & ITC

Learning and Sharing

Healing the World

Preferred Links

 

Kai Muegge and the

Felix Experimental
Group (FEG)
 

Ershamstar School of mediumship
development, full board,
near Canterbury, Kent, UK
.

T
raining programme
for 2014/2015

click here
 


Physical Mediumship
Tom Morris and Kevin Lawrenceson

www.montcabirol.com
South of France

 


 David Bailey
THE LIGHT in Music 
http://www.musedyeux.com

 


Joy and Clarity
International

Trance Channelling
Dan and Alexandra


 

Orion Silverstar
click here

Dean Radin The Global Consciousness Project

 

Laboratory scientist Dean Radin describes an experiment testing the relationship between mind and matter. In this experiment, random number generators are used to test whether collective human attention corresponds to a change in the physical environment.

 

East Meets West

Dean Radin describes the relationship between mind and body as seen through both Eastern and Western sciences. If East meets West, could science verify our deep union with the universe that mystics have been talking about for thousands of years?.

 

 

 

A Quantum View of the World

 

 

Dealing with a Global Crisis

Laboratory scientist Dean Radin describes how children growing up in this time of global environmental crisis may, out of necessity, behave in a radically different way and make a significant difference.

 

Are You Nothing but a Pack of Neurons?

According to laboratory scientist Dean Radin, research suggests that our moral sense is deeply tied to our worldview. If you saw yourself as nothing but matter, how would that affect the way you live right now?

 

A Tribe the Size of the Entire World

Laboratory scientist Dean Radin suggests that civilization is going through a developmental stage. Describing the world as made up of adolescent-like tribes, he says that it may take some great threat to force these tribes to work together.

 

The Convergence of Science and "Spirituality"

Laboratory scientist Dean Radin explains how science tends to give rise to a fractured system of disciplines, while spirituality connects an individual to the rest of the universe in a meaningful way. He suggests that systems science may be the best example we currently have of how science can begin to embrace something as vaguely defined as connectivity and still remain science.