Wednesday, January 30, 2013

IAC featured on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Last wednesday, Coast to Coast AM's George Noory interviewed author Sandie Gustus on the nature of consciousness.  Gustus described "who we are beyond the physical body, and how the essence of our being is not always connected with a body. Gustus reviewed the work of Brazilian consciousness researcher Dr. Waldo Viera, who proposed the theories of projectiology and conscientiology that suggest that human consciousness exists independently of the body. Projectiology studies the projection of consciousness outside the body, such as out-of-body experiences (OBEs), and bio-energy; and conscientiology looks at consciousness as a series of reincarnated lives, she explained."

Interview with Sandie Gustus begins around 1h17s

"One particularly interesting category of consciousness is called intermissiology, which examines the period in-between lives, or the intermission between lives, she continued. This relates to OBEs, which offer a unique research tool to examine consciousness outside of the body, Gustus noted. Dreams are connected to the physical brain and typically lack a beginning and an end, while OBEs offer more control, clarity, and understanding, she said. The problem with OBEs is not that it's hard to return to the body, but that one is too quickly jolted back to the body, because of environmental and other factors, Gustus added."

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