Revelation / Realization

By Sally Hilton-Chalfen When I was in college I had a transcendent experience which I want to share because it changed my perspective on life. I most deeply hope that writing about what I was shown can help the reader feel more joyful and confident about the meaningful course of life. In October 1974 I…

What’s Real and What’s Not

By Celia Coates “Perhaps the most famous reported case of bilocation occurred in 1774, when Saint Alphonsus de’ Liguori, then a bishop in southern Italy, celebrated Mass in the small village of Arienzo. After the liturgy, he fell into a prolonged spiritual trance, and his vicar-general told people not to disturb him. When he finally…

Our 12 Senses

By Celia Coates This is a small post about a huge subject – our senses. We’ve been taught (in the West) that there are five senses, five ways in which humans can perceive our surroundings, Seeing Hearing Touching Tasting Smelling. We take in information through neurological systems connected to specific parts of the body: eyes,…

Making the Invisible Visible

By Brenda Molloy The image that leads this post, “Waves of Energy,” is from my new series, SOURCED FROM THE INFINITE. It is accompanied by a quote from Richard Thieme: “Once we break through fear, there is nothing but space, sheer possibility. Then we can fly.”  In making fractal art I work with formulas and…

Our Secret Powers

This week’s post is an excerpt from OUR SECRET POWERS, a book by TERJE SIMONSEN. He is an historian of ideas who specializes in the esoteric and the occult. He lives in Norway. Experiences of telepathy, precognition and related phenomena seem a poor fit with the typical modern, rational, Western worldview. But statistics show not the…

Notes On The Future Science

By Celia Coates For this week’s post I’d planned to answer a question a friend asked a while ago: “Why does WINN publish articles on so many different subjects?” Well, all the posts relate to one larger subject – the multi-dimensional nature of reality. But that post will have to wait because I was distracted…

Remote Viewing Discoveries

First the story, then a few comments: More than twenty years ago, Remote Viewing (RV) was promoted as a new method for discovering and using the psychic ability of clairvoyance, or extrasensory sight. Since I’d been learning about human consciousness and what our minds can do, I was very curious about this kind of ESP….

Guidance Along The Seeker’s Path

By Brian Luke Seaward, Ph.D. The first time I noticed the imprint of what appeared to be a mysterious symbol on the palm of my right hand was in the shower as I poured out some shampoo. Over the next seven months, this same symbol appeared several more times. During the last occurrence it appeared…

Gifts from the Serpent

By Dorothy Walters When I was in my early fifties, something happened to me that changed my life forever. I did not go out of my body and float beneath the ceiling. I did not fly down a tunnel toward a lighted figure waiting at the end. This experience was something other, something almost no…

Energy Experiences in Meditation

By Genevieve Lewis Paulson The meditative state can open you to energy experiences that happen in a variety of ways. Some disciplines teach that energy experiences are distractions and should be ignored and the focus should be kept on the main point of the meditation. For some types of meditation that is the correct method….

The Magic of Dowsing

Dowsing, or divining, is an ancient practice that’s been used for centuries to find hidden sources of water. In the Tassili n’Ajjer caves in Algeria, one of the many the wall paintings shows, “… a group of people watching a diviner with a forked stick. It has been estimated that these drawings could be 8,000…

And, What Will 2018 Bring?

The title of Barbara Rasor’s first post in WINN was What Is 2017 About? (September 15) and, a couple of weeks ago, I asked her about what lies ahead in 2018. She said, “As we finished up 2017 we saw all of what a “1 Year” can bring: scammers, fraud, an attitude of “it’s all…