Are you worried about what’s happening in the U.S. election campaign and throughout the world with increased fear, anger and verbal and physical violence? Do you feel helpless and frozen by the belief that one person can’t make a difference? If so, you will be encouraged to learn that you are far more powerful than you know. Stephan A. Schwartz has been studying social change since his involvement in the Civil Rights movement in the 1960’s. His conclusions are quite surprising and absolutely life changing. The responsibility is actually on each one of us. The only change that is lasting and transformative is the one created by individuals making consistently compassionate and life-affirming choices. As you commit to making the best choices possible with integrity, it changes who you are and how you interact in the world. This then effects everything and everyone around you, spreading like a good virus. You hold the pathway to peace in your hands. Please join us Thursday to learn more.
Cynthia talks with Stephan about how to be an agent of personal and social transformation, with insights and discoveries shared in his book, “The 8 Laws of Change,” and insights as to what we can do that can positively transform the world. Despite a trend toward neo-feudalism, there is much we can do to become more aware and find the leverage points where we can make the biggest difference. Stephan shares insights gleaned from thousands of views of our future, describing how much of what has been remotely viewed has become reality.
“In my lifelong skepticism regarding remote viewing and anomalous perception, I yield to no one. And yet this extraordinary book… has blasted the skepticism out of my skull.” –Nathaniel Branden, PhD
Six Pillars of Self-Esteem
“Stephan is a true pioneer in consciousness research and teaches you to tap into new abilities that can improve your decision making and transform your life. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from him!” –Judith Orloff, M.D.
This is the finest course on remote viewing available, and the only one to actually be taught in colleges in the USA and Canada