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Weekend of September 28–30


Opening to the Infinite: Science, Shamanism and the Hidden Self Stephan Schwartz


Explore the part of your consciousness not lim- ited by space and time. There is no way to understand the nonlocal, what traditionally has been called the spiritual, as an abstraction. It has to be experienced to be fully comprehended. This workshop teaches you protocols to do that, using paths grounded in science and also found in both shamanic and spiritual traditions: remote viewing, therapeutic intention/healing, and psycho-physical self regulation. Stephan Schwartz walks you through doing them, so that you can have the actual experience. One of the acknowledged founders of remote viewing, a modern mental yoga, and a scientific approach to experiencing the nonlocal, Stephan has spent four decades studying meditation, healing, cre- ativity, the power of intention, and how that is successfully expressed to change culture. His


workshop is based on three things: years of sci- entific research; his study of shamanic and reli- gious traditions throughout the world; and his own personal experiences. The workshop sys- tematically covers techniques for accessing the nonlocal, and then follows with an experience of what has just been discussed. You will do sev- eral remote viewings, experiencing conscious- ness outside of space time— experiences that can be objectively validated. Then there will be an intuitive diagnosis, and feedback given as to accuracy. Stephan also shows how the individ- ual experience expressed collectively shapes culture, and how individuals and small groups can and have changed history. You will leave empowered to do the same. The workshop closes with remote viewing your own future.


Recommended reading: Schwartz, Opening to the Infinite; Radin, Entangled Minds; Dossey, The Power of Premonitions.


CE credit for MFTs and LCSWs; see page 113.


Stephan A. Schwartz is Senior Samueli Fellow for Brain, Mind and Healing of the Samueli Institute, research associate of the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory of


the Laboratories for Fundamental Research, and a BIAL Fellow. He is cofounder of Remote Viewing research.


The Secret Narrative: The Stories We Tell through Our Bodies


Michael Clemmens & Patrice Hamilton


Your body is a tremendous resource. It has been present for every experience and stores the memories of these events. Our physical pres- ence, posture, and gestures and our tone of voice and speech patterns all relay a message. We “tell” others how to be with us and how to treat us by this presence—our embodiment. What story does your body tell the world about who you are, your experience of the world, and how you expect to be treated? Habitual beliefs and behav- iors formed early in life lead to habitual ways of responding that limit life experience. How has your childhood, your primary relationships, and the culture and environment you grew up in informed who you are today?


Learning the language of your body opens a doorway into clarifying the connection between


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