DR. BERNARD BEITMAN, MD is the first psychiatrist since Carl Jung to systematize the study of coincidences. He developed the first valid scale to measure coincidence sensitivity and has written several coincidence articles for Psychiatric Annals. The author or editor of 16 professional books, he is a visiting professor at the University of Virginia, attended Yale Medical School, and completed a psychiatric residency at Stanford.
CCBB: Dr. Kenneth Harris - Synchronicity - The Magic - The Mystery - The Meaning
Dr. Ken Harris, M.S., D.C., chiropractor, educator, lecturer, workshop presenter, author and keynote speaker, was the founder of Waldwick Wellness Center in New Jersey. The center was a multi-doctor facility providing all-natural health and wellness care for forty-five years.
A pioneer in holistic healing, Dr. Harris first established his practice in 1974 and in 1993 established the Mind-Body Wellness Education Center, dedicated to the exploration, understanding and promotion of the mind-body-spirit connection.
Dr. Harris is an honors graduate, magna c*m laude, valedictorian and former professor of New York Chiropractic College. He holds a BA in psychology and an MS in education.
CCBB: Terje Simonsen - Using Coincidences to Release Your Mental Powers to Navigate Covid-19
Terje G. Simonsen is a Norwegian Historian of Ideas and non-fiction author, specializing in the esoteric and occult. He is educated at the University of Oslo, where he also has taught introductory courses on philosophical and literary works. His dissertation on the anthroposophical journal Janus received much acclaim and was released as a book in 2001. In the prestigious series The Cultural Library and The World’s Holy Scriptures, Simonsen has published essays on I and Thou, the mystically inspired main work by the dialogue philosopher Martin Buber, and The First Book of Enoch, an esoteric text from antiquity.
CCBB: Dr Julia Mossbridge - What Is Unconditional Love And What Does It Have To Do With Time Travel?
Dr. Julia Mossbridge is a fellow at the Institute for Noetic Sciences, an associated professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies, and the Executive Director of the nonprofit TILT: The Institute for Love and Time. She is best known for her research into the phenomenon of presentiment, which reveals that our bodies appear to know—on an unconscious, physiological level—when we are going to view an emotional image, up to ten seconds before the image is viewed.
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CCBB: Suzanne Clores - Weird Coincidence or Sensing Energy Clairvoyantly?
Suzanne Clores is the author of the book, Memoirs of a Spiritual Outsider (Conari, 2000) and the founder and producer of the podcast, The Extraordinary Project Podcast. Her work has appeared in Salon, Elle, the Rumpus, aired on National Public Radio, WNYC and WBEZ. Recently she was awarded an Illinois Arts Council Literary Prize and an artist’s residency at the Ragdale Foundation in Lake Forest IL.
CCBB: Wendy Halley - The Waking Dream
For the last 20 years, Wendy Halley has had a foot in two worlds – the clinical world of the mental health provider and the dreamtime world of the shamanic practitioner. This dual perspective has allowed her to see and experience how transformative accessing the untapped regions of our consciousness can be. She is the author of several books including Slaying the Mouse and The Magical Path: Conscious Dreaming Exercises for Healing & Growth.
CCBB: Etzel Cardeña - Modern Art And Parapsychology
Etzel Cardeña was born and raised in México, he has advanced degrees from Canada and the US and was a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University. He holds the endowed Thorsen Chair in psychology at Lund University in Sweden, one of the top universities in Europe, where he directs the Center for Research on Consciousness and Anomalous Psychology (CERCAP). His areas of research include alterations of consciousness and unusual or anomalous experiences (including parapsychological phenomena), dissociative processes and acute posttraumatic reactions, the neuroscience of hypnosis and meditation, and the stream of consciousness during waking and altered states. He has more than 350 publications, some in top journals in psychology and related disciplines, and his work has also been covered by various media including the New York Times, the New Yorker, and the BBC. Various professional organizations have awarded his empirical, theoretical, historical, and pedagogical contributions, and his research has been funded by organizations in the US, Sweden, and Portugal. He has also worked professionally in theatre as director, actor, and playwright, and is the artistic director of the International Theatre of Malmö.