What if when you enter a room, instead of looking about with your eyes and listening with your ears, you first employed your feelings to get a sense of the place? If you did this every time you entered a new space, how would it change your perception of place? How would it transform the way you relate to the world, to people, to your experience of self as a conscious being?
I often refer to the term “Integrated Intelligence.” For example, it is a central part of The Future of Consciousness project and book of the same name, as well as my podcast The Consciousness Files. However, not everyone who visits this blog has read my books or knows what I mean by this term. So in today’s…
What will the future look like once we expand our conception of consciousness to include the extended mind and integrated intelligence?
What changes can we expect in science, education, business and society as a whole? What practical applications are we likely to see, including high-tech, low-tech and no-tech? Who are the men and women who will drive the ideas and innovation?
Thanks to the innovative research of scientists like Rupert Sheldrake and Pam Smart, we are now starting to understand the kinds of conditions that best facilitate the positive testing of Integrated Intelligence.
I have clarified the title and the audience for my next book: I am now calling it “The Future of Consciousness: Towards an Integrated Intelligence.”
We live in a unique period of cosmic history, where we have the opportunity to accelerate our physical and conscious evolution. Our stories may be stopping us.
So, we can indeed say “May the Force be with you!” as we go about living our lives. Yet to some degree it is a matter of grace as to how this plays out.
How can you awaken from the limitations of your life story?
If you have ever wanted to develop incredible intuitive intelligence, here’s how.
The thing is, precisely one week ago I awoke early in the morning and had a premonition about the outcome of the game. I often have these kinds of premonitory visions, as I have previously stated in my writings. The premonition of the game wasn’t so much a dream or a mind-movie. It was more a flash of immediate knowing, where information is pumped into the brain – from who knows where. In such experiences the knowing is immediate. It often requires no verbal input or sequencing of events. It’s just arrives uninvited, like a mysterious stanger knocking at your door than just as suddenly vanishing into the night.