Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD
Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD
In 1980 Jeff received a unique doctoral diploma in parapsychology from The University of California, Berkeley. It remains the only doctoral degree of its kind ever awarded by an accredited American university. He currently serves as Dean of Programs for the University of Philosophical Research.
Since 1988, Jeff's weekly television program, Thinking Allowed, has been shown throughout the United States. During this period, he has conducted hundreds of interviews with leading figures in psychology, philosophy, science, health and spirituality. It is currently shown throughout North America on the Wisdom Channel, and is also streamed on the internet via Wisdom Media Group.
Jeff's publications include The PK Man: A True Story of Mind Over Matter, The Roots of Consciousness: Psychic Exploration Through History, Science and Experience and PSI Development Systems. Thinking Allowed, an anthology, is a collection of thirty-two interviews from his national public television series of the same name.
Jeff is also past-president of the California Society for Psychical Study and past-vice president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology. In 2001, the Association presented him with its "Pathfinder Award" for his outstanding contributions to the field of consciousness exploration. Jeff also serves as executive director of two management consulting and training companies.
Jeffrey Mishlove's website: www.intuition.org/info.htm
Workshop: Archetypical Synchronicity Resonance
Monday, March 31 - 10:30am to 12 noon
Archetypal synchronistic resonance (ASR) is a new, Jungian based approach developed by Jeffrey Mishlove and Brendan Engan that offers insight into many cases related to possible reincarnation and survival after death. Mishlove and Engen developed this model as the result of a series of unique synchronicities that occurred between them, involving the ancient roman philosopher Lucius Annaeus Seneca.
Goal: To gain a working knowledge of ASR theory.
• To describe the difference between authentic synchronicities and a form of cognitive error known as apophenia,
• To learn the origin of ASR theory, and
• To state three distinguishing characteristics of archetypal synchronistic resonance.