Author and journalist Von Braschler is a writer on the subjects of time, human consciousness, and energy healing. Von has lectured and led workshops throughout the US and the UK, and served as a faculty member at Omega Institute for Holistic Studies in Rhinebeck, New York. Von is a former newspaper and magazine editor; he writes and leads workshops in the areas of consciousness development.
Writer and physicist Russell Targ discussed his involvement in creating the Remote Viewing program at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) during the Cold War, as well as various remote viewing applications and experiments. After two decades of research at SRI, they demonstrated that ordinary people visiting their laboratory could learn to accurately describe and experience what was going on at distant places. First hour guest, author and journalist Von Braschler (book link) talked about the secrets of time from the mystical viewpoint. ... More »Host: George Noory
Von Braschler, the author of Conversations with the Dream Mentor, was the guest on Tuesday night. "You feel like you're totally awake for the first time; ironically it's when you're asleep," Braschler said about lucid dreaming. He suggested this kind of controlled dreaming could be induced by conscious intent and self hypnosis. Becoming lucid or aware that he's dreaming while in the dream state was just a first step for Braschler. Even though he could attain the lucid state, he felt directionless while in it. It was at this point he sought out a dream teacher who could guide him through new experiences. Interestingly, his teacher is a non-physical being who inhabits the dreamscape. To invite a dream mentor into your life, Braschler suggested a meditation where you "visualize a clean white slate," and then use symbolic pictures to convey what you are looking to explore. "I've certainly gone to places that aren't of this world," Braschler said of his adventures in the dream worl ... More »Host: George Noory