1993 - Present, President, Intuition
Network. The Intuition Network is a nonprofit (non-membership)
organization focused on helping to create a world in which all people
are encouraged to cultivate their inner, intuitive abilities. From
1993 through 1995, the Intuition Network functioned under the
nonprofit umbrella of the Institute of Noetic Sciences. This
organization brings together hundreds of leaders in the field of
intuition training, research and practice. These individuals are
highly diverse, come from many different backgrounds, and offer
expertise based on inner experience rather than external credentials.
1987 - Present, Chairman, Thinking Allowed
Productions. Thinking Allowed Productions is a corporation that
has produced and broadcast hundreds of television interviews, shown
via satellite on public television stations throughout North America.
Over 400 colleges and universities use videotapes produced by Thinking
Allowed. In 1988, IONS agreed to serve as a sponsor for the first
satellite uplink of the Thinking Allowed television series.
1999 – Present, Dean of Programs, University
of Philosophical Research. The University of Philosophical
Research is approved by the State of California to offer masters
degrees in consciousness studies and transformational psychology
through a distant learning program. Among the courses taught is Psi
Research. This course is also available to ministers in training with
the United Church of Religious Science through the Holmes Institute.
B.A., Psychology, University of Wisconsin, 1969.
Master of Criminology, University of California, Berkeley, 1972.
Ph.D., Parapsychology, University of California, Berkeley, 1980,
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“Intuitive Principles Put to the Test.”
Online Journal of Psychology and Social Change. (Article
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list on September 11, 2001.)
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“Intuition: The Source of True Knowing.”
Noetic Sciences Review, #29, Spring 1994.
“Intuition: The X-Factor in Business.”
Journal of Creatia, Issue No. 2, September 1994.
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Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD. Tulsa, OK: Council Oak Books, 1992.
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“An Emerging New Discipline,” with William
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