Science confirms what Edgar Cayce knew— that our consciousness continues on after the death of our physical body, that thoughts are indeed things, that we can be precognitive of the future, and that we are individuals yet one with the whole.
Remote viewing researcher Stephan A. Schwartz, Dr. Larry Dossey, Dean Radin, PhD*, Mark Thurston, PhD, and others will explore these concepts and the science that confirms their reality—and what it means for the future of humankind. Looking toward that future, Dr. Schwartz will be conducting a remote viewing session with the audience in search of their vision of what life on Earth will be like in 2060, particularly in terms of what impact climate change may have on our population and cultures.
In spite of science’s amazing technological advances, we have barely begun to explore the deepest mystery of life—the fact that consciousness itself exists.
If you have ever wondered whether consciousness is generated by the brain or if it is a fundamental property of the universe, you will want to join us as we probe this uncharted territory of the human mind.
Explore new possibilities, break through the illusion of time, and understand the meaning of a truly interconnected, unlimited universal mind. Hear the latest scientific research and findings and understand what this means for you as part of a larger global consciousness.
Additional presenters to be announced.
Final schedule and additional program details available online 10 weeks before program date; subject to change, check website for updates.*Appearing via live streaming.
Registration: Friday, Sept. 18, 12:45 p.m.
Program Ends: Sunday, Sept. 20, Noon
Presented in Cooperation with Atlantic University. Founded by Edgar Cayce and a dedicated group of supporters in Virginia Beach, VA, Atlantic University is an institution focused on the integration of body, mind, and spirit as an important means of personal transformation and achieving higher human potential.
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Dean Radin, PhD, is chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and distinguished professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies, with degrees in electrical engineering and psychology. He has given over 500 talks and interviews worldwide, and is author or coauthor of hundreds of scientific and popular articles, book chapters, technical books, and popular books including Supernormal and Real Magic.
Please note: Dr. Radin will appear on the program live via interactive video live-stream.
is a distinguished consulting faculty of Saybrook University and a research associate of the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory of the Laboratories for Fundamental Research. He is a columnist for the journal Explore, and editor of the daily web publication Schwartzreport.net, covering trends affecting the future. For 40 years, he has studied the nature of consciousness, particularly that aspect independent of space and time. He is the author of many reports and articles, and his latest book is The 8 Laws of Change.
Mark Thurston, Ph.D. is an educator, psychologist, and author of more than a dozen books about personal spirituality. He is currently an associate professor at George Mason University in the School of Integrative Studies, and he serves as the faculty coordinator for a campus-wide undergraduate minor in well-being – including academic courses about mindfulness, resilience, and positive psychology. Mark worked at A.R.E. and Atlantic University from 1973 to 2008, including periods in jobs such as A.R.E. Camp counselor (two full summers), youth activities coordinator, director of educational development, co-executive director, and for his final eight years in Virginia Beach as Atlantic University’s director of academic affairs. Mark and his wife of 39 years Mary Elizabeth Lynch are co-founders of the non-profit educational organization the Personal Transformation and Courage Institute (Transformationandcourage.org), for which Mary Elizabeth serves as president. They are parents of two adult children, and they also love their relatively new roles as grandparents. More about his work can be found at MarkThurston.com.