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The podcast of the Sacred Inclusion Network

Feb 19, 2022

Within the halls of academia, the exploration of paranormal activity is for the most part off-limits to serious scientific inquiry. There are a variety of reasons for this, says religious scholar Jeffrey J. Kripal: the rise of behaviorism; the belief that the brain is in essence a biological computer; and the...


Jan 31, 2022

The sacred pipe, the Raven, and a peyote ritual were three touchstones of the path of Dr. Apela Colorado, traditional cultural practitioner and indigenous scientist of French and Oneida descent.

In this podcast, she shares stories of how each of these elements formed an essential part of her journey, from growing up as...


Jan 28, 2022

Author, teacher and coach Raphael Cushnir learned from hard experience that the results of spiritual practice aren't always warm and fuzzy or particularly pleasurable. In his case, they included kriyas, or very intense involuntary movements, sometimes accompanied by rapid breathing and non-nonsensical speech.

These were...


Jan 20, 2022

In 1985, a strange incident occurred that would totally transform the life of Whitley Strieber, at the time best known as a writer of horror novels, including The Wolfen and The Hunger.  

As memorialized in his book, Communion and the movie of the same name, this was his abduction by a group he calls "the visitors." ...