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Sister Jenna welcomes Astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell for a thought-provoking interview on the America Meditating Radio Program.
On January 31, 1971, Navy Captain Dr. Edgar Mitchell embarked on a journey into outer space that resulted in becoming the sixth man to walk on the moon. This historic journey ended safely nine days later. It was an audacious time in the history of mankind. For Dr. Mitchell, however, the most extraordinary journey was yet to come. Traveling back to Earth, having just walked on the moon, Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell had an experience for which nothing in his life had prepared him. As he approached the planet we know as home, he was filled with an inner conviction as certain as any mathematical equation he'd ever solved. He knew that the beautiful blue world to which he was returning is part of a living system, harmonious and whole—and that we all participate, as he expressed it later, "in a universe of consciousness." Within two years of his expedition, Dr. Mitchell founded the Institute of Noetic Sciences in 1973 and he serves on the board of directors of the Institute.
Watch the Institute of Noetic Sciences video on “Consciousness Matters :Exploring the Mysteries of Inner Space.” This video features: Dr. Edgar Mitchell, Deepak Chopra, Marilyn Schlitz, Dean Radin and Cassandra Vieten in an exploration of the Mysteries of Inner Space. For almost 40 years, the Institute of Noetic Sciences has explored the fundamental powers and potentials of consciousness using the tools of basic science.
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In this special 1 hour May 6, 2014 edition of "Nature Of Reality Radio" I welcome back Ancient Astronaut Theorist Jason Martell and welcome his colleague Amish Shah to talk about the release of a new documentary called DWARKA that pertains to new discoveries being made in India. We'll also discuss how these findings tie into the overall advanced knowledge of astronomy that is encoded into megalithic sites around the world. There is a reason why over 30 cultures tracked a much larger cycle of time, and our science is just starting to understand this cycle.
Jason's site: http://xfacts.com
Amish's site: http://ancientexplorers.com
This opening show is a special tribute, dedicated to poet Kevin Drinkwater, who passed into the next world, twelve years ago today. Show host Josh Poet reads poetry from Kevin's book, "A Guide for the Spiritual Astronaut" and talks about the signifigance of the work.
Don’t you just love stories about “the little woman behind the great man?” Well if you do, this one is a doozey!
The Astronaut Wives Club shares true tales of the women who lived through the up close and personal aspects of space race and did it all following the rules of being the “perfect” wife of the 1950s/’60s. These women were strong.
Lily Koppel captures their spirited stories in great detail in her wonderful book and she’s joining us to tell us all about it. So, if you love to learn about the heroines of history, you won’t want to miss this one!
MarsWithoutbirders and Mars-X project team member,, Vanesa Gomez-Gonzalez, is a Software Engineer born in Spain with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science by the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, a Master degree in Space Studies by the International Space University (France) and eight years of professional software development in Java technology in Spain, United Kingdom and United States. She has worked for NASA and the European Space Agency and currently a Software Engineer intern at NASA Ames Research Cneter in San Francisco.
Her skills and personal interests lies in the space sector, specifically in robotics and/or 3D modelling and simulation from the Computer Science perspective. Her area of expertise is in Java Technology, ie, design, maintenance, developing, management but in the last years she has focused on Verification and Validation.
She was part of team "Mars-X" and speaker in many space conferences, such as, Humans2mars and the robotic section of JPL in Pasadena, California
NASA astronaut Scott Altman discusses growing up in Central Illinois, his experiences with the Navy, and the wonders of flying and working in space.
Fascinating facts about space flight, weightlessness, Hubble Space Telescope, Mars colonization, and a Q & A session. Plenty of humor and interesting insights.
Presentation at Bradley Hall, Bradley University, Peoria, IL in association with OLLI Continuing Education Program.
Scott graduated from Pekin Community High School in 1977, and his parents, Sharon and Fred Altman, still reside in Pekin. Scott is a graduate of the University of Illinois and the Naval Postgraduate School. He has received numerous honors, including the Navy’s Distinguished Flying Cross and NASA’s highest award, the Distinguished Service Medal.
A veteran of four space flights, Altman has logged over 51 days in space. He was also a fighter pilot in the movie Top Gun.
Dave Williams was selected as an astronaut with the Canadian Space Agency in 1992,
He was selected to join the international class of NASA mission specialist astronaut candidates. He participated in STS-90 as Mission Specialist 3 aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia. From July 1998 until September 2002, he held the position of Director of the Space and Life Sciences Directorate at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. He concurrently held a position as the first deputy associated administrator for crew health and safety in the Office of Space Flight at NASA Headquarters. With this appointment, he became the first non-American to hold a senior management position within NASA.
His second spaceflight on STS-118 in 2007 was the 119th space shuttle flight, the 22nd flight to the station, and the 20th flight for Endeavour. Williams participated in three of a total of four spacewalks (EVAs) and was the lead spacewalker in two of the three spacewalks.
Dave is a veteran of two space flights and two underwater missions and he has logged over 600 hours living and working underwater as well as 687 hours in space including 3 spacewalks. The total was 17 hours and 47 minutes, setting a new Canadian record.
Dave Williams retired from active astronaut status in March, 2008 to join the clinical staff at St. Joseph’s Healthcare in Hamilton and the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University as a Professor of Surgery.
He is currently President and CEO at Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket, Ontario.
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The Transformed Traveler Show is proud to feature US Astronaut David Hilmers debuting his new book Man on a Mission. From Zonderkidz, this story is about a young boy from Iowa who became a rocketeer and traveled to places far beyond.
This show is sponsored by Gracefully Yours Greeting Cards and Journals- shop.gracefully-yours.com, Maui Joe Coffee, and The Transformed Traveler Show.
Astronaut Jose Moreno Hernandez is an American engineer and a former NASA astronaut. His family is from La Piedad, Michoacan. As a child Hernandez worked alongside his family and other farm workers through the fields of California, harvesting crops and moving from one town to another. He attended many schools and didn't learn to speak English until he was 12. Hernandez was selected by NASA as an astronaut candidate in May 2004. He served as mission specialist on STS-128 mission, which launched on August 28, 2009. He announced on September 2011 his consideration to run for the U.S. House of Representatives. www.joseforcongress.com
Dr. Joe Allen is happy to share with us all of the very exciting details about his journey into Space.
Allen was selected as a scientist-astronaut by NASA in August 1967 as a member of the second group of science-astronauts. He served as mission scientist while a member of the astronaut support crew for Apollo 15 and served as a staff consultant on science and technology to the President's Council on International Economic Policy.
From August 1975 to 1978, Allen served as NASA Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs in Washington, DC.
Returning to the Johnson Space Center in 1978, as a senior scientist astronaut, Allen was assigned to the Operations Mission Development Group. He served as a support crew member for the first orbital flight test of the Space Shuttle Columbia in April 1981 and was the "Capsule Communicator" during the reentry phase for this mission. In addition, in 1980 and 1981, he worked as the technical assistant to the director of flight operations.
Please join us for this very exciting interview!
Please visit www.liveinspireempower.com to learn more about Dr. Joe Allen.
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Björn Natthiko Lindeblad är Föreläsare, meditationslärare, medmänniska.
Han kommer bland annat att tala om intuitionens röst, hur skiljer den sig från förnuftets röst och varför det är viktigt att bli bekväm med att inte veta.
Björn var en ung civilekonom mitt i karriären som sadlade om helt och blev buddhistisk skogsmunk i Thailand 1992. Efter 17 år som munk i både öst och väst är Björn nu tillbaka i byxor, i Sverige. Han undervisar i meditation och håller föredrag. Bland hans favoritämnen är intuition, etik, stillhetens värde och vår längtan efter samhörighet. Han valdes 2012 till Lyssnarnas Sommarvärd, och hans ”Sommar” den 18 juli blev ett av sommarens mest rosade. Han har intervjuats i TV bl a av Anne Lundberg, Stina Dabrowski och Laila Bagge.
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