The Emergent Phenomenology Research Consortium (EPRC) is a multidisciplinary, multinational alliance of researchers, clinicians, and patrons who share a vision of bringing scientific methods and clinical sensibilities to the rigorous, ethical, ontologically-agnostic study of emergent phenomena.
For those who say there’s no evidence for the “impossible,” I recommend Rice University’s Archives of the Impossible, which has over 100,000 donated items, directing our attention to somewhere between the furthest reaches of science fiction and the impossible strangeness of the real.
The Galileo Commission’s remit is to open public discourse and to find ways to expand science so that it can accommodate and explore important human experiences and questions that science, in its present form, is unable to integrate.
I’m often asked about recommendations for sound, energy, or spiritual healers, and I cannot recommend Rachel Wayte enough. She’s incredibly gifted and compassionate, and you won’t regret working with her. Just use my name to let her know I sent you.
Human attention is sacred and our current technology/social media models are stealing our attention. The Center for Humane Technology’s work is so important in helping us critically think about how technology is designed, why it’s designed the way it is, and whether those designs align with our values for humanity. I highly recommend their podcast (Your Undivided Attention).
Founded by the inimitable Dennis McKenna, The McKenna Academy of Natural Philosophy explores modern and traditional practices, ideas and technologies that foster the understanding of nature, consciousness, the cosmos and their interweavings with humanity. Donate to them!