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EndNotes Chapter 2

Psychic Discoveries Behind the Iron Curtain 

by Sheila Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder

Remote Viewing

Bruce Lipton 


Lissa Rankin, MD 

New York Times bestselling author of The Daily Flame,  Mind Over Medicine, The Fear Cure, and The Anatomy of a Calling .  She is an OB/GYN physician, author, keynote speaker, consultant to health care visionaries, professional artist, and founder of the women's health and wellness community Whole Health Medicine Institute.   


Jill Bolte Taylor, PhD 

Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a Harvard-trained and published neuroanatomist whose research specialized in understanding how our brain creates our perception of reality.

  • My Stroke of Insight, A Brain Scientist's Personal Journey   

  •  Whole Brain Living: The Anatomy of Choice and the Four Characters That Drive Our Life.

  • Ted Talk:  Bing Videos

  • The brain processes all of the different things that we think, feel and do in specific parts of the brain which we experience as distinct aspects of ourselves.  If we get to know what each of the four brains are responsible for we will have a much clearer way to decide how to respond to the thoughts, feelings and impulses that arise in the course of the day and years.  So, for example, she identifies the Left Thinking brain as that part of us that is organized, logical, detail oriented, respectful of authority and generally in charge of daily life and life planning.  Left Emotion is concerned for our safety and pleasure and happiness, it is ever vigilant and when it gets triggered we may be hard put to clear the fear and return to equanimity.  Our Right Emotional brain is fun loving and willing to take risks, our experiences of gratitude, being in the moment and experiencing the flow are some of the characteristics we experience in our right emotional brain.  The Right Thinking brain is astounding when we realize that it is primarily what connects us to the now and the universe.  We can watch the development of the other three brains as a baby learns its body and the child learns the culture in which it grows up.  The Right Thinking Brain as we learn to access it reveals our connection to spirit.  


  • Jill Taylor describes that we can call a brain huddle and check in with each of our thoughts and emotions in order to integrate the wisdom in each of them and learn how to be the deciding sovereign in our response to the circumstances of our lives.  


  • She points out that when we learn how to conduct a brain huddle we can become grounded in the fullness of our humanity.  When we listen carefully to what left thinking and left emotion are concerned with and allow right emotion to lighten the mood and mitigate fear, we may very well experience the profound connection to creation as we listen to right thinking, sharing what will give us genuine agency and inner peace.  To be present to the influences that are so often unconscious is the gift of a brain huddle.



Joseph Chilton Pearce, Interview

Interview in Wild Duck Review: Scroll down to page 28



Handbook for the New Paradigm  


Declaration of Independence



Grandmother Effect



Please watch the video at


Joseph Chilton Pearce 

  • Evolution's End: Claiming the Potential of Our Intelligence, pg 100-101

  • The Biology of Transcendence, pg 223-225


John Taylor Gatto

John Taylor Gatto's, Weapons of Mass Instruction: A Schoolteacher's Journey Through the Dark World of Compulsory Schooling,  focuses on mechanisms of traditional education which cripple imagination, discourage critical thinking, and create a false view of learning as a byproduct of rote-memorization drills.

Dan Pink


Transcendent Purpose

  • From Google:  “Transcendent purpose refers to a purpose or experience that goes beyond ordinary human existence. It is often associated with spiritual or philosophical concepts. Transcendent leadership involves commitment to a higher purpose, inspiring others to work towards a shared vision. In religious contexts, God is considered transcendent.”



Ilya Prigogine 

He is a Nobel Prize-winning chemist.  The quote can be found in:

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