Panel: Exploring Non-local Consciousness

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Exploring Non-local Consciousness with Dean Radin (Senior Scientist at IONS), Neil Theise (Professor of Pathology and of Medicine), Julia Mossbridge (Cognitive Neuroscientist), John Hagelin (Quantum Physicist) and Rudolph Tanzi (Professor of Neurology, Harvard University), moderated by Cassandra Vieten (President of IONS).

This superstar interdisciplinary panel will engage some of the very latest thinking and evidence for why it is becoming increasingly impossible to reduce consciousness to brain processes alone. We will ask questions like: How is it possible that we can access information at a distance and into the future? What is the relationship between unconsciousness processing and nonlocal consciousness? If our mind is locked inside of our skull, what accounts for mind-matter interactions? And what are the boundaries of the body anyway? And how can we learn to “use our brain” instead of having “our brain use us?”

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