TAG: power of thought

Developing Your Unseen Powers: A Practical Guide

Brendan D. Murphy, New Dawn Waking Times Repeated ignorant or stubborn denial of the existence of certain powers does not keep them from existing – except for us! ~ Harold M. Sherman, psychic Everyone has some level of innate intuitive capability, as has been demonstrated repeatedly over several decades of experiments by the parapsychological community

The Roots of Thinking

Peter Russell, Spirit of Now Waking Times Much of our thinking takes the form of self-talk—conversations we have with ourselves, inside our minds. Clearly, the original root of this verbal thinking is speech. Speech gave humans the ability to communicate with each other, share experiences, learn from each other, and amass a collective body of

The Purpose of Thinking

Steven Handel, Guest Waking Times The purpose of thinking is to understand our world as best as possible. Our minds have evolved to think so that we can better adapt to our environment and make smarter decisions on how to survive and live. At a biological level, our thoughts are millions of neurons firing off

All that You Can Imagine is Real

Christina Sarich, Contributor Waking Times In 1928, sociologists W. I. Thomas and D. S. Thomas put forth what has become known as the Thomas theorem; “If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences.” “Art is the lie that enables us to realize the truth.” – Pablo Picasso In a paper published by Cognitive Brain

21 Ways to Raise Your Vibration

Christina Sarich Our past scientific assumptions have been erroneous more than once. The first wrong assumption is that the space around us is empty. It isn’t.

Mysticism Unlocked

Emmanuel J. Karavousanos, Guest Writer Waking Times The mystic gains knowledge, intuitive knowledge of consciousness through that flash of insight known as, the mystical experience.  If the mystic had not gained this realization, he would not have gained that spiritual gift. Let us consider an explanation for this greatest of all enigmas. It was historian James Harvey

Medication or Meditation?

Ed and Deb Shapiro Waking Times “For fast-acting relief, try slowing down.” — Lily Tomlin, actress and comedienne We tend to take our bodies very much for granted, and our health even more so. As a result, when something goes wrong, it can be alarming, even frightening, as if we had been walking around inside a