Author Archive for: Jeffrey Marks
Jeffrey A. Marks is a spiritual medium and researcher, paranormal investigator, and a dynamic educator and speaker on spiritual potential. Jeffrey's first book, Your Magical Soul: How Science and Psychic Phenomena Paint a New Picture of the Self and Reality, won the 2012 Nautilus Silver Book Award in Science & Cosmology, and was a silver finalist for the 2012 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award in Body, Mind & Spirit. His writing explores new territory by including a left-brained approach to an examination of right-brained themes of metaphysics, higher mind potential, spirit communication, the nature of the afterlife, and paranormal phenomena -- while using the lenses of both science and spirituality to understand the fullness of the human experience.
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Entries by Jeffrey Marks
There’s a phrase that says “when one door closes, another door opens.” The image conjures up a sense that somehow you are at the mercy of a string of corridors – much like a maze – and the success of your path will be determined by someone (or something) either allowing admittance into certain areas or flatly refusing your petition. However, this may not at all be the case. What if we were to discover that the doors were something we could open and close ourselves – or better yet, they were all simply illusions? Modern day consciousness research is… Read more.
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