Join visionary Gregg Braden to awaken your deep intuition, precognition, and advanced states of self-healing.
Discover the surprising science that reimagines the very origins of humanity… revealing how you’re more than you’ve ever imagined!
How would your life change if you knew you had the innate ability to prevent illness, increase longevity, and thrive… especially in this time of extremes?
What if you could tap into your own intuition — on demand — in the times you need it most?
Recent scientific research is revealing that many things we’ve assumed about being human — about our capabilities and limitations — have been flat out wrong. The science is now lining up with what mystics and yogis have been saying for centuries — and a whole new world is emerging…
In this engaging mini-workshop with human potential pioneer Gregg Braden, you’ll find out how new scientific discoveries have the potential to change the way you think about yourself, your relationship to your body, to others, to the earth, and even to God.
Join Gregg for this riveting hour to discover the new science that exposes the limiting beliefs we’ve held about who we are and where we come from… and reveals what we’re actually capable of achieving and becoming.
About Gregg Braden
Gregg Braden, a 5-time New York Times bestselling author, is internationally renowned as a pioneer in bridging science, spirituality, and human potential.
From 1979 to 1990, Gregg worked for Fortune 500 companies such as Cisco Systems, Phillips Petroleum, and Martin Marietta as a problem solver during times of crisis. He continues problem-solving today as he weaves modern science and wisdom preserved in remote monasteries and forgotten texts into real-world solutions.
His discoveries have led to 12 award-winning books published in over 40 languages. The U.K.’s Watkins Journal lists Gregg among the top 100 of “the world’s most spiritually influential living people” for the fifth consecutive year and was a 2017 nominee for the prestigious Templeton Award. This award was established in 1972 by the late Sir John Templeton to honor “outstanding individuals who have devoted their talents to expanding our vision of human purpose and ultimate reality.”
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