Widening our Bandwidth: with Inner and Outer Technology

We humans have long been opening the doors of perception, widening our bandwidth both internally, from direct experience and the arts, and externally, with the advancement of technology and science. Today we bring these two realms together to compare the age-old quest that compels us to explore our Universe, ourselves, and our place in it. Cindy Goode shares in-the-moment illustrations of her visionary journeys with our work. One illustration of our group journey on the Solstice, inspired by the 30,000 year old Venus of Galgenberg artifact (seen above) looks quite like the ‘telescope’ that our own ‘inner technology’ just might be, transmitting and receiving energy with the subtler layers of ‘the field’ beyond our conscious mind. Tony Hull reports on the mechanics of the many space telescopes that read more of the electromagnetic spectrum, from gravity waves, long waves, Ultraviolet (UV) and Infared (IR) and what they reveal.

Paul and Laura report on recent research into how Nature equips life, from insects to mammals, with the physiological apparatus to read a wider slice of the EM spectrum than we experience daily. This physiological technology can be described as magneto-receptors, solar compasses, and star-light meters, that detects biofields, magnetic fields, the wider spectrum of light with UV and IR, and more. We must pose the questions — are we too equipped with physiological sensory appartus, perhaps lying dormant, that is actually activated by our visionary states to relay information and energy from the cosmos to Earth, just as we experience? Might there be more to our experiences, that we describe in a mytho-poetic language? A speculative conversation, but one worth exploring.

Hosted by Laura Lee and Paul Robear. Conversation4Exploration, Conversation 4 Exploration, Conversation for Exploration, Cuyamungue: Felicitas D. Goodman Institute, The Laura Lee Show