DURING THIS TWO-PART COURSE, RUPERT SHELDRAKE WILL EXPLAIN HOW OUR
MINDS EXTEND FAR BEYOND OUR BRAINS. OUR MINDS CONNECT US WITH OUR
ENVIRONMENTS AND WITH EACH OTHER, AND ALSO EXTEND THROUGHOUT OUR
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Discover the Science behind the Extended Power of Our Mind through the
New Course by RUPERT SHELDRAKE!
Here are the benefits you will get from joining us on this amazing
• Understanding how the mind affects what he observes and how he
extends far beyond the brain, demonstrating it from his research and
experiments with TELEPATHY.
• Learning and embodying the effects of seven spiritual practices:
meditation, gratitude, connection with nature, relationship with
plants, rituals, chants and pilgrimage to sacred places.
• Discussing why people with regular spiritual practices are happier
and healthier than those without, and their scientifically measurable
• Accessing to the Q&A session based on the two previous talks,
where you will have the opportunity to interact with Rupert and to
discuss the topic with other students.
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Every time we look at something, we project out the images of what we
are seeing. Our minds touch what we are looking at. This underlies the
well-known sense of being stared at, through which we can pick up when
we are being watched, or others can feel our gaze. This phenomenon is
not confined to humans as non-human animals also have extended minds
and many are sensitive to being watched. This ability probably evolved
in the context of predator-prey relationships. Rupert Sheldrake will
talk about his research on telepathy in dogs, cats and other animals
and in particular the ability of dogs to know when their owners are
coming home. In the human realm, telepathy happens most commonly in
connection with telephone calls and Sheldrake’s experiments on
telephone telepathy show that this effect goes far beyond coincidence.
Our extended minds underlie psychic phenomena which are as it were
horizontal, connecting us to the world around us and to each other.
But they are also open to larger and more inclusive forms of
consciousness, as in altered states of consciousness. We can also open
ourselves to the spiritual realm through a range of practices
including gratitude, meditation, singing and chanting and pilgrimage.
All these practices have scientifically measurable effects, and in
general, people with regular spiritual practices are happier and
healthier than those without. Rupert Sheldrake will discuss how these
practices are primarily about the experience rather than beliefs, and
work both for religious and for non-religious people. He will also
show how we can incorporate these practices into our own lives.
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