Summary: Beyond Reason is a talk show focusing on spirituality, the metaphysical and the paranormal, interviewing best selling authors and researchers in areas of new thought, remote viewing, psychic research, near death experiences, ghosts, life after life, UFOs, ESP, angels, past lives and other topics of the unknown. Hosted by Teddy Bart and Karlen Evins, Beyond Reason originated in Nashville, TN as a radio talk show in 1987 is now heading into national syndication.
Thanks to the popularity of bestselling book and video, The Secret, the phrase "Law of Attraction" has become a mantra for many seekers, but what makes this concept "law" and are there exceptions to its rules? Is it truly as simple as "Think it, state it, believe it" if so, why are so many not heeding the advice? Bob Doyle (featured in The Secret) says the first key is paying attention to where you are; next is being abundantly clear about what you want. A must for those who long to prove this concept really works.
The world we live in is far greater than anything our five senses interpret it to be. It is a sea of energy from which all events, circumstances and creations unfold, and according to Dr. Andrews, our bodies are pre-wired to tap this potential and utilize these frequencies. As more and more of us awaken to the realization that our inner sensitivities hold far greater powers than we ever realized, and we can learn to tap this invisible energy force, using it for the good of ourselves and the planet.
What if suddenly, autism took on a different light? What if autistic children were not different, not lower vibrational beings, but higher ones, here to be our teachers, leaders and guides? When her daughter was diagnosed with autism some 30 years ago, Gayle B Lee vowed never to give up. Rejecting the notion of institutionalizing her child ( a common treatment at the time) she set upon a journey to understand this condition and to break into her child's world . . . a world blessed with spiritual abilities and possibilities that could change not only the way you view autism, but the way you view life.
Most everyone's heard of NDE's (Near Death Experiences), but now a new light on the subject... the SDE (SHARED death experience), wherein a love one left behind literally shares the experience of the one crossing over. Join us as we talk with physicist and author Scott Degenhardt about tunnels, white lights, end of life reviews, with one who has actually lived it first hand. Beyond Reason takes up one of our most asked about topics: What Happens When We Die?
What happens when we pray? Why do some prayers get answered and others seemingly go unnoticed? Recounting her near fatal accident when her bike was overtaken by a semi, NPR commentator and author Heather Lende discusses our human attempts to understand the spiritual nature of happenstance. (A thought provoking conversation that serves to remind you that we don't have all the answers either. But we sure do ponder the questions.)
How do we let go of the self we do not want to be? According to Guy Finley, the secret to transforming our lives is not to try to become someone different, but to recognize the need for change and want this more than anything else. With this, the transformation happens naturally.
In the spirit of all things "heart", Teddy Bart and Karlen Evins talk about the show that brought them together 23 years ago this very weekend. Karlen and Teddy offer a candid glimpse of their own life dealings with death, starting a business, and writing books---all while sharing their passion, their vision and new plans for Beyond Reason in the days ahead.
Talking shop, show and the current state of life in these hectic if not trying times, hosts Teddy Bart and Karlen Evins talk candidly about the early days of Beyond Reason and where it goes from here.
What is reality really, and can we transcend the outer world, opting only for the inner? Such is the question posed in Richard Bach's latest, "Hypnotizing Maria" wherein flight instructor Jamie Forbes guides a woman to land a plane when her pilot husband loses consciousness. When she determines it could only have been hypnosis, a whole new line of questioning begins. A must for writers and the metaphysical alike... Richard Bach at his finest...
Does life continue after our bodies decease? It's a theory held by mystics, ancients and even some biblical scholars. According to Scott Degenhardt, author of 'Surviving Death', we can and most do choose to return for another round of classes at "Earth 101". It's classic "Beyond Reason... for those who dare to think." Join us.
It's one thing to achieve what Americans might call "the good life," but it's quite another to sustain it. When do you know you've arrived, and what must you do to maintain it? The difference, according to Michael Schuler is: the one you seek to attain is an ends; the one you work to sustain, is a means. How do we go from longing for happiness, to actually living it as a day to day, moment by moment experience?
In this day of never-ending change, how do we keep from curling into fetal position when it hits too close to home? Author, speaker and Listening Partner M. J. Ryan says there are steps you can take that begin the process of shifting fear into meaning.
With the latest news of swine flu, what can each of us do to prepare? Dr. James Williams, author and infection disease specialist says flu epidemics and pandemics have been the focus of scientists for years. Question is: how can we brace for the unknown in practical ways, while offsetting the spiritual emotion of fear?
If ever there were testing grounds for "practical spirituality" can we agree...? There's no better arena to examine your basic "Laws of Attraction" than the world of dating. Marla Martenson, author and professional matchmaker offers a spiritual, yet down-to-earth approach to one of the most confusing areas in the world today: the dating market.
Einstein said if he could ask God one question, it would be, "Is the Universe friendly?" Our guest would ask: "Is the Universe ALIVE?" Educator, lecturer, social scientist and best selling author Duane Elgin discusses the future of our world, the human race, the ecology, our economy, governmental structures and what he calls "The Perfect Storm," which, as he concludes, will test the metal of our consciousness as a species.