Issue 25, July
This issue commences with a paper from André Gomes who presents a technique based on identifying ‘signals’ in dreams that can prompt the acquisition of awareness during the dream. His technique aims to facilitate the production of conscious projections. He also reports on the results he obtained during an experimental phase in which he tested the technique on himself.
The contribution from Eliel Queiroz Jr. explores issues related to the condition of the evolutionary duo and some of the natural elements related to the evolutionary duo’s conviviality.
Aurea Andriolo’s article examines aspects related to the typical expectations placed on women. She argues that these are responsible resulting from a type of conditioning and holothosenic pressure, particularly on young women, that make it difficult for them to ‘swim against the tide’ and pursue the plan of action they devised for their lives prior to being born (existential program). She focuses especially on how such expectations affect women who planned to be existential inverters.
The administration and management of one’s personal evolution in this life is the subject of Cecília Oderich’s article. As a Master in Administration, she borrows some of the concepts and techniques currently applied in administration to develop techniques to facilitate self-organization.
Julio Almeida’s contribution presents an important concept in human relationships: the comprehension-perseverance binomial. He describes this concept in detail, addressing several related issues.
The personal account of this issue was contributed by Marcelo Silva. Silva’s testimony prompts us to think about the challenges involved in achieving adequate extraphysical lucidity and control and about the complexities of communicating with consciousnesses of different levels of awareness.
We hope you enjoy reading this issue of the journal. We also would like to encourage you to submit your own contribution (paper or account).