Extraordinary experiences, or psychic moments, happen to us all. Why don't we talk about them more? A journey into the inspiring stories and science behind mystical and psychic phenomena.
QiGong and The Art of Possibility
When we think of curing illness, we think of combat: we must fight, beat and conquer in order to heal. But what if there's another, more powerful way to think about it? A more subtle approach to saving your own life? I loved making this piece with Lisa Zayas and Dr. Effie Chow, breast cancer patient and QiGong healer, on their journey together to recover from a terminal, incurable diagnosis with the radical elixir of self-love.
Night Terrors and How to Heal Them
Sleep Paralysis, or Night Terrors, are a common nocturnal disturbance. But what if out-of-body beings chronically show up in your sleep space? Follow host Suzanne Clores into three night terror diaries, and take comfort in a truly extraordinary method of intervention.
The Medium's Cabinet
Producer and host Suzanne Clores travels to Leeds, England for a conference on the intersection of science and Spiritualism in Victorian-era Europe. Clores looks at serious questions scientists asked about spirit phenomena at the dawn of the 19th century, and endures the psychological consequences of asking those same questions today. Some disturbing audio effects may upset sensitive listeners.
The Message Service of Lilydale
Photographer Shannon Taggart talks to host Suzanne Clores about her bizarre photographic journey capturing physical mediums around the world and hunting for the elusive substance of ectoplasm.
Healihg Arts: The Extraordinary Project Goes to California This July
The Extraordinary Project is headed to California! Be part of the delegation! We will have a story table at the IONS Conference in Santa Clara, July 18-21. Come hear Deepak Chopra, Rupert Sheldrake, Julia Mossbridge, Dean Radin and many others. Register here with the discount code Extraordinary: noetic.org/conference
The Experiment: An Episode to Silence the Skeptics
Figuring out a simple, psychic experiment becomes a bonding experience when Suzanne and E.L. head to the lobby of San Francisco's Clift Hotel. They can hardly believe their luck when the perfect stranger agrees to play their game, and unforeseen circumstances nearly ruin the outcome. This Season Finale brings new understanding to why our extraordinary moments and abilities are so hard to claim, but impossible to ignore. A Season Two seems promising.
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I have breathlessly listened to several episodes, totally enthralled not only be the stories but by Suzanne's storytelling. I love this podcast.
Observations from a Life-long, Trained, and Closeted Psychic...
Suzanne Clores is a warmly engaging, fair and balanced observer, as well as an accurate events and story teller. I've appreciated the episodes of The Extraordinary Project Podcast to which I've listened. Clores and her producer David Winer put out a good show. I know well the work of some of the experts with whom she's talked although I've never talked to or met Clores. I know some of them personally.
I've a bachelor's in religious studies from a state university, and had my own widely-renowned, non-academic, practical teachers outside that. On my own talk radio show my voice had been heard for two years in 108 nations around the world, about topics unlike The Extraordinary Project's.
In my own life and professional work, I'm blessed that I needn’t prove how I express my own skills. Most often I just quietly do what I do in nonlocal consciousness. To me, Suzanne's show as it's constituted at this writing is mostly about her experiences in wanting to prove seemingly inexplicable phenomena. This approach is different than mine of just regularly and quietly doing the seemingly impossible.
The normally un-normal
Infuriating to one’s rational science based mind and also totally engaging. Wonderful story telling about those things that sit outside of “the normal.” After death communication, precognition, and those little coincidences that you just can’t explain away, The Extraordinary Project follows host Suzanne Clores as she dances back and forth across the line of a skeptic or believer in looking at unexplained phenomena.