Where does your “mind” come from? Easy answer: Your brain…right? Think again. It’s hard to believe, there is no explanation in modern science how a brain could create our subjective experience of being alive (“consciousness”). Science Magazine has called this “hard problem” the #2 question remaining in all of science. Where Is My Mind? explores a revolutionary hypothesis: What if consciousness comes from outside the body? The show is hosted by Mark Gober, a consciousness researcher and author of An End to Upside Down Thinking, who happens to be a former Wall Street banker working in Silicon Valley. Why does this show matter? Well, if consciousness is not native to the brain, would phenomena like telepathy, precognition, near-death experiences, afterdeath communications, and so much more not only be possible… but be PREDICTED? Plus, what happens when we die? Are psychics real? How could a young child accurately report memories of someone else’s life and death? The implications could shift our collective worldview and even impact how we treat one another… so don’t miss it.

The Where is My Mind? podcast features many episodes with Galileo Commission advisers, some of which you can find on the links below.

Eben Alexander, MD: His near-death experience
Dean Radin, PhD: The science of psychic abilities
Russell Targ: Remote viewing and the US government
Rupert Sheldrake, PhD: Psychic abilities in humans and animals
Larry Dossey, MD: Non-local consciousness
Stephan Schwartz: Remote viewing researcher
Dr. Jude Currivan: Cosmologist and consciousness researcher