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Archive for Noetic science

Step Up to Quantum Activism

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

For some reason, we’ve gotten programmed to believe that Proactive Health means— “taking care of my health,” not taking care of “our health.” That’s why in my radio show, blogs, and ezine, I want to make it easier for all of us to take health action. Each week, I’ll be focusing on one action you can take every week to make a critical difference for health– your’s, mine, and our’s. On this week’s Connect the Dots, radio program, physicist Amit Goswami explains how we can do this and why we must. To listen, go here at Noon ET on Saturday, January 29th. Read More→

Sages and Scientists: Certain of Uncertainty

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

In an uncertain world, we can be certain of at least one thing–that science can provide us with the proof that we seek.

Or can we?
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Behind the Lost Symbol: Woo-Woo or Noetic Science?

Monday, October 12th, 2009

As it tops bestsellers’ lists, Dan Brown’s new book, The Lost Symbol, catapulted into the mainstream the frontier science he calls “Noetics,” an area of active research for over twenty-five years, which he characterizes as humanity’s best hope. Leading Noetic scientists report a concurrent boost in book sales and website inquiries. In this and succeeding blogs, I’ll explore this frontier science with its leading proponents, mentioned in the book. Read More→

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The Power of Premonitions

Friday, May 1st, 2009

What if you could see into the future for guidance on your next moves? Have you ever received that a premonition, intuition, or hunch? Read More→

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