Zy Marquiez
October 8, 2020

In the following video, Tom Campbell, consciousness researcher, former NASA employee, and author of My Big Toe: A Trilogy Unifying Philosophy, Physics, and Metaphysics: Awakening, Discovery, Inner Workings, carries out one his usual discussions on the nature of consciousness and physical matter reality.

Topics include consciousness, how the fear individuals experience has changed from a historical standpoint, the evolutionary paths individuals take, friendships in modern day society, and many other issues.

Tom’s advice on any subject is from his own experience and is his opinion on what worked well for him. Healing, remote viewing, out of body travel, and such are to be treated as exercises in consciousness and in no way are to be a substitute for professional medical or counseling treatment, nor intended to treat, diagnose, or cure any disease.

00:00 Intro
01:15 Comparing fears in society today with 60 years ago – Hong Kong flu in the 60s
06:30 What are friendships like for highly developed people?
10:50 I have less really good friends than I would like to have, is it a natural development when I’m growing up?
14:55 Does Tom have lots of close friends?
17:15 How can I best navigate the transition of loosing friends who can’t follow my development
24:35 Balancing the feeling of connectedness and loneliness
32:00 Getting mentally silent and formulating intentions at the same time 36:00 Being lost and fearful – Loosing the interest in connecting with people, the reason behind intent
39:55 My intellect is hindering my self-expression, overthinking
43:50 How much responsibility do I have to take for the mental issues of a

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