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Don’t Forget: There is Only Remembering

“There is no teacher, there is no student, There is only remembering.” — Robert A. Monroe, “Ultimate Journey”   How can one forget some of the mo...

Lessons Learned on Perspective During Exploration 27

The more I work on myself and my meditation practice, the more I grasp how important perspective is. After years of enduring difficult experiences,...

Fighting Your Ego in Times of Constructive Criticism

No matter how much confidence we feel most of the time, we will all be hit with periods when we suffer from self-doubt. Perhaps, you begin doubting...

The Importance of Finding Daily Gratitude in Tough Times

How can we cope when we see no way out? The first and most important thing that helps when in these overwhelming situations is to ground myself by ...

Pondering on the Idea of Death

Death. It's a topic that terrifies the vast majority of humanity. Generally, the simple question that drives this fear is, “What happens to me afte...

Reconnecting with My Inner Child in Meditation

When I took the Exploration 27 program last November and was introduced to the Education Center for the first time in Focus 27, I was given a very ...

Checking in with Your Guidance and Taking the Time to Listen

If there’s one thing that I’ve learned in my years of meditation, it’s that if you trust the universe, it will provide you with what you need when ...

Learning to React With Grace: A Lesson in Fluidity

For someone like me, someone who has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), it can be very difficult to learn the lesson of fluidity. “Going with the...

Transitioning Sleep Paralysis into an Out-of-Body Experience (OBE)

by Robert Davis  June 2, 2022  Although many ancient cultures value out-of-body experiences (OBEs) as authentic mystical experiences, modern Wester...

Spanning the Spectrum—A New Way to Shift Between Focus Levels

When we talk about our most exciting meditation experiences, the ones that truly changed our lives, we tend to talk a lot about what we “saw.” Whil...

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