By Debra Lynne Katz www.debrakatz.com
Edited by: Natalie Cormier (email@example.com)
I recently watched the AT &T original documentary television series: Religion of Sports: Through the Darkness (episode 2, airing November 17, 2017). It was playing on the television in my living room as I passed by on the way to the kitchen. The insightful words being spoken both by the narrator and a San Quintin prisoner being interviewed stopped me in my tracks, even though I was pretty hungry. I thought, “Wow, this is a very deep content for a television series about sports!”. So when the credits rolled at the end, I wasn’t at all surprised to discover that it was written by, and actually narrated by Gotham Chopra, who turned out to be Deepak Chopra’s son. I didn’t even know he had a son, much less one that is a filmmaker. Pretty cool!
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By: Debra Lynne Katz www.debrakatz.com
I’d like to highlight the work of Al Gore, former Vice President of the United States. Gore has done more than just about anyone else to raise awareness in the United States and everywhere else, of the approaching cataclysm brought on by what, not too long ago, was an approaching global warming crisis and now appears to be upon us. He serves as a role model who is doing his part, despite defeat, controversy, and challenges to do what he can for ourselves and for future generations. He has done this by using his own skills, strengths, and privileged position to get the message out in every way he can.
Al Gore has been one of the most public and effective champions of the environment since his first documentary, “An Inconvenient Truth” came out in 1991. His second film , “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” (2016) shows the changes that he predicted in the first film. His assertions that the newly constructed foundation of the One World Trade Center would flood due to global warming were highly criticized and disregarded as being ridiculous, and yet this is exactly what happened, less than a decade later.
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Written by Debra Lynne Katz www.debrakatz.com
First I just want to say I’d never have in a tasking, whether to myself or to others, the actual words “who” or “where”, as these specific words will send one into analytic mode faster than anything – but I think perhaps the question instead should be: “can some remote viewers have an easier time and do a better job describing people, while others do better at describing locations?”.
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By Debra Lynne Katz, M.S.W.
Towards a theory of Psi: The Embodied Psi Principle
In this paper I shall propose that any theory of human perception, including that which operates within the domain of phenomenology, is incomplete if it fails to address what I shall refer to as “the embodied psi principle”. This principle posits that psi operates within every body and between all bodies at all times. It flows through all perceptual, cognitive, emotional and physical systems and structures of the body, operating on both unconscious and conscious level. If it makes its way to the conscious mind at all, it does only through the vehicle of the body first, where it motivates, restricts, enhances, influences, and informs. Like all forms of perception and sensation that lead to information gathering and integration, it can be strengthened and made use of through attention, awareness, application and disciplined practice. It can also be distorted and misapplied.
What is the standard definition of Psi and Psychic Phenomenon?
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Have you ever looked on google for a picture, saved it and then published it on your website? If so, you may be using a Copyright picture. There are actually laws that could get you in trouble for using for using a Copyrighted pictures.
The good news is, if you are in fact using a picture you took randomly on the internet, it is not too late to change it. Here are a couple of things that could help you while using pictures for your website, or even school project.
1 – You can take pictures from a public domains. These sites let people put pictures that are up for grabs, that the copyright has been removed or has never been put on the picture. You just need to read the License or fine prints of the website, so that you know that these pictures are safe to use.
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By Debra Lynne Katz (www.debrakatz.com)
INGO SWANN AND SCIENTOLOGY – I have been reading Ingo’s book “To Kiss the Earth Goodbye” – thanks to Chris Georges who lent me his $100 out -of-print copy. (There is something very terrifying about me reading out of print copies – I just know I’m going to spill my coffee on it or forget not to bend the pages or roll over on it when I fall sleep with it in bed). There are some aspects of this book I like such as when he discusses the challenges of being a research subject in parapsychology studies. I also found it useful to understand that when he seemed to be exhibiting PK skills it happened while he was remote viewing – this taught me that if one wants to an altar a material object then he/she should observe it clairvoyantly in as much detail in the act of doing that may be exactly what has an effect on it – that observation paired with an intention.
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Jake (via FB instant messenger) “Hi Debra, I was talking to a women who was saying the terms high and low vibration didn’t exist and that everything is all on the same wavelengths and that nobody is higher than anybody else. What is your take on teaching people about high vibration things vs. low?”
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