This is a free book release event!
Time Shifts reveals many classic stories of accidental time slips and includes personal accounts and interviews of other people who have experienced side-steps into non-ordinary reality. It considers the pattern of how these incidents seem to occur, what might trigger them, and even offers exercises for people to purposely set up focused time shifts based on shamanic and Sumadhi techniques.. Von Braschler has written several books on time and consciousness including his new book Time Shifts. He has appeared on Coast to Coast several times. He has led workshops throughout the US and the UK and served as a former Omega Institute faculty member. He resides on Guemes Island, WA.
Take away from this event:
- Shares detailed accounts from people who have experienced time slips, including the author's own experiences, as well as the practices of shamans, yoga masters, and Samadhi mystics who use trance-like meditative states to travel outside normal space and time.
- Offers step-by-step exercises to prepare you to experience time shifts, to help set them up, and to enhance the experience when you have slipped through time.
- Examines criticisms of and scientific support for this phenomenon, debunking claims that time slips are delusions or remembrances of past lives and showing that they may be related to energy vortices, black holes, or astral travel.
About Von Braschler
Von Braschler is the author of a dozen books on time and consciousness and has led workshops throughout the US and the UK. He has appeared several times on Coast to Coast and other leading radio shows, podcasts, and television programs. He has served as a faculty member at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies in New York. He is an award-winning journalist and graduate of the University of Washington. He recently returned to Washington State to reside on Guemes Island.
This event is held via Zoom online. The link to join will be sent to the email you register with. A recording of the event will be sent to registrants later.