Sean McNamara teaches meditation and consciousness exploration through psychic development. Specifically, he has taught telekinesis, remote viewing, Mind Sight (aka "seeing without eyes"), lucid dreaming, and how to have an out-of-body experience. He grew up overseas and was exposed to a variety of spiritual traditions. Early incidents of illness and surgery brought about a persistent fear and contemplation of death and of what happens afterward. In his twenties, McNamara became a Buddhist practitioner in order to use meditation as a way to investigate the nature of consciousness and reality.
Realizing that many traditions eventually become rigid and limiting out of a need for self-preservation, and at the cost of each individual's unique development, he left the path he had been following. He no longer identifies with any single religion. Instead, he explores consciousness and reality through meditation and psychic experiences. He appeared in the 2020 film "Superhuman: The Invisible Made Visible" in the segment on telekinesis.