I had the fortune of spending some quality time with Skip Atwater (President) and Paul Rademacher (Executive Director) of the Monroe Institute in Virginia last week. We are busy filming the documentary movie called “Vitality” which is set to release this Spring. I have had the privilege of meeting and interacting with some very special individuals during the course of this meaningful project and am very proud of the message/product that is coming forth.
In this brief video clip, Skip talks me through the journey I am about to take at the Institute. He sets me up with multiple wires that monitor my biometrics and I am placed in sensory-deprivation type chamber where the binaural beats take me away to far off lands in consciousness. How was it? Pretty amazing actually. I had played with the technology a while back and liked it but this was something else. It was an incredible experience of piercing through layers of consciousness and working through mental taboo lines. He asked if I was ready to move into a different realm in this meditation-like process- why not? He pulled me into a pattern where time and space stand still, and, lo and behold- he was right!
The words of my Zen master came to mind when I realized in that space that, when outside of time, all the power is the Universe is right here right now. Really- I mean viscerally, cognitively, all of it. In that space, it was like drinking from the fountain of Eternity. Once we stop time, there is peace, energy, clarity, and potential right there at your fingertips. I’ve been exploring this subject for quite some time and I’ve planning on writing my third book on this subject. (My first book comes out later this year and I’m currently working on the second one already…).
Skip and Paul were both really evolved individuals and it was great to hang out with them. I also met Dr. Hillary Webb who is the research director at the institute. She was involved in some very interesting work and I look forward to interacting with her and following her research. All in all- excellent experience! I highly recommend going there and checking it out for yourself.
Check out this clip from the interview…