In an earlier post I introduced what I call The MetaStory, hinting at some of the personal history that led me to seek it out. Now I’d like to describe this grand scheme in more depth. So, drawing on sources I’ve come to trust—including my own experiences in profoundly altered states—here’s how I see the basic truths that underlie this cosmos and shape our lives.Read More
Thinking about my experiment in precognitive dreaming takes me back to a memorable period in my life, a time when I began opening up to possibilities—realities, as I see them now—I had long dismissed out of hand.
But writing a book about my dream project was exciting for another reason as well. Because the farther into it I got, the more I realized that much of what I was saying was new. In a word, I suspected that Dreaming The Future would be a pretty wild ride, even for readers well-versed in the phenomenon.Read More
When I was in my mid-forties, something happened that was, to say the least, unexpected. I noticed that many of my nightly dreams were coming true. The predicted events were odd, even bizarre, and often occurred just minutes after awakening.
Understand: I’m not saying my dreams vaguely resembled experiences I would soon have. I’m saying they matched them, in ways that left little doubt something inexplicable was going on.Read More
Stories. Have you ever stopped to think about how important they are to us?
To have someone tell us a story (perhaps in the form of a book or movie) is our first impulse after winding down from work, and the last, heartfelt, request our kids make before going to sleep.Read More