Did you ever have the feeling that you were being stared at, only to turn around and find that someone actually was staring at you? Such an occurrence may seem inconsequential, but to Dr. Marilyn Schlitz, it is a perfect example of the mystery behind consciousness and the mind.
In this wide-ranging conversation Dr. Schlitz, Director of Research at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and Senior Scientist at the Complementary Medicine Research Institute at the California Pacific Medical Center, provides a broad overview of the ways we communicate and interact with each other through the organ of mind and with the pure energy of thought. Drawing on her extensive scientific research and personal experience, she touches on many diverse phenomena, ranging from the use of biorhythmic entrainment in indigenous cultures to her research into the power of mental intention to affect physical objects. From beginning to end, Schlitz takes us on a fascinating journey into the vast, mysterious, and famously controversial terrain called psi.
Psi: n. Parapsychological phenomena or abilites considered as a group
Recorded on: 12/13/2003
Science and Spirituality
Science of Consciousness