by Julie Beischel, PhD and Dean Radin, PhD
One of the world’s pre-eminent researchers of afterlife communication discusses the rigorous protocols for testing these remarkable claims. But no matter how intriguing the evidence, the dominant paradigm still rules.
by James Fadiman, PhD
Laboring under various taboos after the borderless experimentation of the sixties and seventies, the therapeutic use of psychedelics is now being studied—and in some cases sanctioned—by a small but growing group of pioneering researchers blessed by federal consent.
by Amy L. Lansky, PhD
We exist in an ocean of information, largely unaware of its depth and breadth, tuned only to a narrow band of frequencies. And yet this vibratory universe may hold the keys to our existence—if we can get on the right wavelength.
by Timothy D. Wilson, PhD
In the spirit of the hit movie Inception, Wilson, a psychology professor, reveals a new technique that uses the power of our own storytelling to reshape and redefine our experiences as well as our sense of who we are—and who we can become.