Open Minds
Season 20 . 14 Episodes

Host Regina Meredith conducts interviews with thought-provoking luminaries, cutting-edge visionaries and tireless researchers, providing crucial information to awaken viewers to new perspectives that spark awareness, understanding and ultimately, transformation.

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S20:E1, Hermeticism & Self-Knowledge (Preview)
Open Minds (Trailer)
Episode 1
45 mins
Researcher and writer Mitch Horowitz returns to Gaia to discuss philosophy and Hermeticism. In his book The Seeker's Guide to the Secret Teachings of All Ages, Horowitz explores Manly P. Hall's traditions and how we can read and learn from sacred texts throughout our lives.
Episode 2
1 hr 5 mins
This rare interview with legendary ufologist Jacques Vallée and investigative journalist Paola Harris reveals breakthrough research from their co-authored book Trinity: The Best-Kept Secret.
Episode 3
44 mins
Many people are now discovering their ancient connections to Atlantis. Sarah Breskman Cosme is a hypnotist and past life regressionist who trained with Dolores Cannon's protocol and now uses Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique (QHHT) to help her clients overcome their negative beliefs and find purpose.
Episode 4
45 mins
Hypnotherapist Laurie McDonald returns to Gaia to share how her clients' individual experiences with ET beings are becoming more mainstream and may lead us to an acceleration of our culture's technology and the powers of our minds.
Episode 5
48 mins
Filmmaker Ben Stewart discusses AI tech and our internal technology with biology and the current state of AI in our modern society, what it provides humanity, and the responsibilities it poses.
Episode 6
48 mins
Does our increasing dependency on technology diminish our human potential? In this episode, visionary scientist Gregg Braden discusses the current transhuman movement – the merging of technology and human biology, often referred to as the singularity.
Episode 7
47 mins
Many people discover their intuitive gifts very early in life. First-time guest metaphysician and intuitive healer Maren Muter begins to unfurl her journey of self-discovery as an adopted child, including memories from in utero and her special gift of communicating beyond the veil.
Episode 8
47 mins
Cyndi Dale discusses a 12-chakra system and how the subtle energy organs of the chakras need to be balanced by the foods we eat to match our specific chakra type.
Episode 9
51 mins
In our modern era, the public should be empowered to think for themselves and question history. The descendant of two powerful families, the Warners and the Mellons (as in Carnegie-Mellon), researcher and author John Warner IV is producing novels and aiding the Disclosure movement.
Episode 10
46 mins
We are living in a constantly changing world, where it is important to key into the truths of who we are and how we relate to others. Sheila and Marcus Gillette return to Gaia to discuss the principles they have learned from their work.
Episode 11
46 mins
Keeping a quiet mind in the eye of a hurricane is not easy, but Simon Chokoisky explains that every experience is an opportunity to learn and go deeper into self-knowledge.
Episode 12
46 mins
Steven Ross returns to Gaia to speak about ancient teachings, including using the power of imagination to manifest reality in the Hermetic concept of ""as above, so below.""
Episode 13
43 mins
Billy Carson provides a framework to understand the observable science of manifestation within the 3D matrix and financial systems.
Episode 14
44 mins
Throughout history and all around the world, cultures have told stories of The Shining Ones. Researcher Freddy Silva describes these otherworldly watchers who repeatedly appear during times of catastrophic change on our planet and help humanity move forward.