Exceptional Human Experience (EHE) is the umbrella term for over 400 different types of anomalous, strange, even otherworldly experiences investigated by Dr. (hon.) Rhea A. White and Dr. Suzanne V. Brown. Based on 100s of accounts sent to the EHE Network, we discovered that these experiences can catapult us into transcendent realities of Being.
In this rare lecture, Dr. Brown will discuss how we can have vastly different reactions to the same type of exceptional experience. We might ask: Is this mystical bliss or a psychotic breakdown? Should we explore the experience further or dismiss it entirely? How may these experiences awaken us to our higher calling? These questions and more will be addressed within Brown's EHE Process Traveler's Map.
Take-Away from the event:
- EHE Theory is based on Experiencer Accounts
- Over 400 Types of Experiences Classified
- Spiritual Awakening or Mental Illness?
- The EHE Process as Our Life Journey
- What Might These EHEs Be Telling Humanity?
About Dr. Suzanne V. Brown:
Dr. Suzanne V. Brown originally hails from the Pacific NW. Educated in the fields of Psychology and Parapsychology, and as a lifetime experiencer herself, she wrote Rhea A. White in 1988 to request literature on Synchronicity. After White moved to NC from NY, she asked Brown in 1995 to team up incorporating the EHE Network. Their work has been credited for bringing scientific credibility and psychological safety in what was formally stigmatized as freak oddities.
After White's passing in 2007, Brown continued the development of the EHE Process Traveler's Map and published three books, including Everybody's Exceptional, Including You! This third book is dedicated to White's dear mentorship. Currently, Brown lives in the Phoenix area and consults worldwide organizations, universities, and individuals on EHE.
This is an online event. After you pay/register the zoom link will be sent to you via the email you registered with. A replay of this event will be available to all registrants and sent out the week after the event.