Dr. Gary Schwartz - Chairman of Eternea
Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D., serves Eternea as Chairman.
He is currently Professor of Psychology, Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, and
Surgery at the University of Arizona, Tucson. In addition to teaching courses
on health and spiritual psychology, he is Director of the Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness
and Health at the university; he also serves as Corporate Director of Development of Energy Healing at Canyon Ranch.
A long-time researcher in the fields of consciousness, biofield science, and the afterlife, Dr. Schwartz has published
over 450 scientific papers, co-edited eleven academic books, and authored six books including The Afterlife Experiments,
The Sacred Promise: How Science is Discovering Spirit’s Collaboration with Us in our Daily Lives, and The Energy Healing Experiments.
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Introducing Suzanne Giesemann
Ms Giesmann has recently been named as Chairman of Eternea's Spirituality Leadership Council and is generously donating a portion of her royalties from Wolf's Message to Eternea in support of her work.
"I am humbled and honored by the ability to receive highly evidential communication from the non-physical dimension.
Having had personal contact with thousands of discarnate souls has brought me to a place of knowing beyond doubt that
consciousness exists at multiple levels of reality. Until others have such personal experience, my work gives them hope
that this life is not all there is. It gives them hope that we continue on after death and that we will rejoin our loved
ones who have passed. The messages I share give hope that this life has purpose and meaning. The teachings from higher
consciousness which I convey give hope that we inhabit a universe where goodness and love are the basis of All That Is."
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Introducing Jim Robbins
Jim Robbins has written for the New York Times for more than 30 years, primarily on science and environmental issues.
He has also written for a number of magazines, including Audubon, Conde Nast Traveler, Smithsonian, Vanity Fair, The London Sunday
Times and Conservation, among others. He has covered environmental stories across the US and Canada, and in many far flung places
including Mongolia, Mexico, Chile, Peru, the Yanomami Territory of Brazil, Norway, Sweden, Wales and Ireland.
Jim's latest (and fifth) book is called The Man Who Planted Trees, published by Random House. It is about the crisis in the world's forests caused by climate change. It recounts the poignant story of David Milarch and his moving near-death experience, soon to be released in paperback and the subject of a forthcoming documentary film. David's NDE involved a compelling vision of the future, which inspired him to embark on an urgent mission to harvest the genetic material of ancient champion trees for cloning and reforestation purposes.
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Jim's first book was Last Refuge; Environmental Showdown in the American West, was published in 1993 by William Morrow.
In 2000 Grove Atlantic published A Symphony in the Brain, the Evolution of the New Brainwave Biofeedback.
He is also the co-author of The Open Focus Brain: Harnessing the Power of Attention to Heal Mind and Body,
published in 2007 by Shambhala Publications, about the critical and overlooked role that attention plays in our lives.
And he is the co-author of Dissolving Pain, a 2010 book about the role of attention in pain, also published by Shambhala. He is at work on a sixth book about the future of birds in a changing world, to be published by Random House.
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