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Guest: Rahasya Poe

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Jim and Jennifer welcome Rahasya Poe to the show.

Like many seekers, Rahasya Poe possesses a mixture of life experiences that brought him full circle with himself. In 2003, he and his wife, Dhara, wrote The 12 Spiritual Laws of Recovery and Meditations for the 12-Step Program. Rahasya recently appeared on PBS in the documentary A Wave of Compassion, which focuses on alternative ways to deal with addiction. He and his wife now publish Northern California’s Lotus Guide magazine, which takes as its motto, “Helping to heal the world, one community at a time.” It was during interviews for the magazine with cutting edge thinkers, scientists, and healers such as Joe Dispenza, Bruce Lipton, Fred Alan Wolf, Gary Zukav, and Ann McTaggart that he found encouraging words to write this book which documents some of the science and viewpoints of The Neurological and Social Consequences of Belief Systems
To BElieve or Not to BElieve: The Neurological and Social Consequences of Belief Systems addresses how we limit our conscious evolution by maintaining rigid belief systems that no longer serve us and that indeed are lacking any logic or reason considering today’s advances in physics and neuroscience. Neuroscience has shown that people who meditate have much higher brain coherence than people who don’t; this balance is thought to be the gateway for spiritual enlightenment, which could be viewed as a bioneurological event. In contrast, limiting beliefs create a definite incoherence. Through a better understanding of reality and our relationship to it, humankind will be able to see through the veils of illusion that keep us constantly in conflict with one another. The book’s message reflects the words of Voltaire: “Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.” This is made possible through neural networks that limit understanding and vision.