Archive for July, 2013
Greetings fellow Anomalists!
The Anomaly Archives holds monthly meetings (usually) on the Fourth Saturday of each month. Our next meeting is Saturday, July 27th. The meetings are FREE and held from 1-4pm at the INACS / Anomaly Archives headquarters located in North West Austin, just past the intersections of Research and Technology Boulevards (see end of page for detailed directions):
12593 Research Blvd., Suite 302,
Austin, Texas 78759
Please make plans to attend this month’s Anomaly Archives Meeting at the SAI – Anomaly Archives / INACS “Mind Quarters” … we look forward to meeting and talking with all of you!
– SMiles Lewis
Founder & President
UpComing AusTex Events:
Lucid Dreaming and OBE with William Buhlman
Tuesday, July 16, 2013, 6:30-9PM (CDT) Austin, TX / Presented by INACS (LINK-TO-RSVP)
An exploration of their relationship Live Skype videoconference with William Buhlman, author of Adventures in the Afterlife Tuesday, July 16, 2013, 6:30–9 p.m. at the Austin Center for Spiritual Living Co-hosted by INACS and IONS Austin – free and open to public; $5 donation appreciated.
Hear William Buhlman, America’s leading expert on out-of-body experiences, discuss his extensive research of 16,000 of these extraordinary events – and describe the process that can be used to effectively and safely produce non-physical adventures.
Questions to be explored in the interview and series include:
- What is the relationship between lucid dreaming and out-of-body experience (OBE)?
- Do the experiences overlap in any way, and how are they different?
- What is happening in the mind and body during a lucid dream versus an OBE?
- What do lucid dreaming and out-of-body experience reveal about the nature of consciousness and the nature of reality?
- Can most people learn to explore these states? If so, how?
- Are there any potential dangers or safety issues in exploring lucid dreams and OBEs? What type of precautions should be taken?
If you are interested in Lucid Dreaming and Out-of-Body-Experiences, you may also find INACS’s research efforts into ”Remote Dowsing” (aka “Remote Searching” / “Remote Sensing”) of interest:
- Stalking the wild pendulum: remote-dowsing baseline studies