Staying Awake and Staying On The Path

“I’ve been listening to New Dimensions for nearly 40 years and it has been important to me and I know to many others. The media today is feeding us messages of fear and greed which does not give us a compelling vision for what’s possible for us as humanity and for a healthy planet. We need programs like New Dimensions that can articulate a vision with luminaries who see what’s possible. New Dimensions presents a positive vision that we can embrace, and which is so critically needed in the world today.” Ron Pevny is founder and director of the Colorado-based
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Editor’s Desk: Something to Feel Good About

I closely followed the recent Alabama senatorial race and outcome. Alabama is my ancestral home and I’m a proud graduate of Auburn University (War Eagle!). As many of you know, while living in Alabama in my 20s I was teaching in an all-black school in Sylacauga, Alabama when Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated and George Wallace was running for president. I felt enormous pride in this recent voter turn-out as well as the dialogue around the election. Even so, I believe we must press on together to heal the divisiveness that exists in politics and our communities today. I
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The Dignity Movement, Robots, And The Importance Of Asking Good Questions with Robert Fuller, Ph.D.

What is of utmost importance to Fuller are the questions we bring to our life process. He says, “Once you’ve formed a question, it almost guarantees you will find the answer.” He comments on the idea put forth by Israeli psychologist Amos Tversky: “Reality is not a point, it is a cloud of possibility.” His response is: ”An answer is like a springboard to another field of possibilities and then you collapse that into a better answer. We can’t do without answers. We can’t just live in that cloud, so we continually have to collapse it and expand it.” He understands that excessive recognition is
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Scientific Support For The Spiritual Dimension Of Life with Charles Tart, Ph.D.

Tart grew up with an interest in science and he believes that is it reasonable to be both scientific and spiritual in your approach to life. He explains how science works when we openly share our observations: “As an individual scientist, am biased in certain ways. I see some things too readily and exaggerate them; I don’t even notice other things. But we’re not all biased and crazy in exactly the same way. So, if we keep sharing what we see, what our thinking is, we can begin to compensate for each other’s limitations. We start out with crude ideas based
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The Universe Is Alive, Intelligent, And Evolving with Jude Currivan, Ph.D.

Beginning with her experience of psychic phenomena from early childhood, Currivan was led on a quest of a life-long exploration of the nature of reality. Her research has come to show that information is as real as anything we call physical reality. Here we explore the reality of informational physics and why this matters in our daily lives. “What we call physical reality is incredibly ephemeral. The only reason we don’t go through the floor we’re standing or sitting on is the spin of subatomic excitations work in such a way that they snag with each other, so they don’t pass
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Please Consider a Generous Year-End Donation

We have slimmed down considerably, reducing overhead to a minimum so that our resources can go straight to providing programming that prioritizes love, curiosity, creativity, and connection over fear, apathy, inertia, and separation, in fields that explore the social, political, scientific, environmental, and spiritual frontiers with some of today’s foremost social innovators, thinkers, scientists, and creative artists. We are doing our part, and now we ask you for your bold and generous partnership.            For over four decades, New Dimensions Radio has served as the expedition team for new frontiers in personal and global transformation. If you’re in a position to
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Illness As A Message From The Soul with Christine Page, M.D.

Christine Page suggests there is an underlying psychological and emotional component to illness, and this makes up the soil of the body. Page believes illness is a lived experience of the mind/body/spirit and not just a physiological episode. When working with someone, she asks herself, “What is the underlying disturbance and disharmony that is going on in these tissues that allow a virus to get in?” She looks at the emotional keys that unlock the genetic status and agrees with biologist Bruce Lipton, who talks about the cell membrane being the interface between the inner and outer world. This is where beliefs
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