By Colette Kelso, Program Participant
Is it possible to go too deep too often?
I asked myself that as I prepared to attend 3 residential programs in a row at Monroe.
Today, 47 years after the publication of Bob’s groundbreaking 1971 book Journeys Out of the Body, there are still questions being asked and heads being scratched. So, in honor of Bob’s life, and in gratitude for his life’s work, here are—from the Institute’s point of view—some answers.
By Leslie France, TMI Projects Manager
Do we teach meditation here at The Monroe Institute? Not exactly.
Do we sometimes use the word “meditation” to describe what goes on in our programs? We do.
So, how can both be right?
Tools for Changing Time
As an astrologer, I’m talking about indications of numerous shifts occurring that are affecting our sense of and connection with all phases of time—past, present, and future.
Nancy H. McMoneagle
President & Executive Director
The TMI Universe: Altering Time and Sowing Seeds of Kindness
By Brian Dailey, TMI Outreach Trainer, Guest Residential Trainer, and member of the Board of Advisors, Professional Division, and Dolphin Energy Club
I recently had a few surgeries. Part of my therapy involves lying in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber (100% oxygen, 2.5 atmospheres, the equivalent of scuba diving at a depth of 80 feet) for three hours, five days a week, going on four months now. ... Some people go bonkers with boredom and claustrophobia in the small enclosed space of the chamber.
By Susan Smily
I have a way to make time my servant, rather than my master.