Thinking Allowed
Season 2 . 12 Episodes

Host Jeffrey Mishlove explores the secrets behind spirituality, psychology, psychosis, hypnosis and other genres and methodologies. Experts enlighten you on alternative ideas of how the world works and the meaning of life.

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Host Jeffrey Mishlove explores the secrets behind spirituality, psychology, psychosis, hypnosis and other genres and methodologies.

Experts enlighten you on alternative ideas of how the world works and the meaning of life.

Host: Jeffrey Mishlove
Featuring: Ram Dass, Terence McKenna, Dr. Jack Kornfield, Dr. Stanislav Grof, John Lilly,
Episode 1
27 mins
Terence McKenna proposes that the 64 hexagrams of the I Ching contain a specific mathematical structure which models both time and the human mind.
Episode 2
27 mins
Terence McKenna suggests that regardless of their origin and material existence, the chief function of UFOs may be to offset the imbalances in our contemporary culture.
Episode 3
27 mins
Terence McKenna proposes four key elements of a future mandala: feminism, space exploration, cybernetics and hallucinogens.
Episode 4
27 mins
Terence McKenna suggests ways in which hallucinogenic plants have been associated with spiritual traditions in ancient India, in the Amazon and in medieval Europe.
Episode 5
25 mins
Leonard Shlain discusses the introduction of the alphabet and its effects upon the human brain.
Episode 6
25 mins
In the second part of a conversation with Jeffrey Mishlove, Leonard Shlain discusses the introduction of the alphabet and its effects upon the human brain.
Episode 7
27 mins
Michael Talbot discusses the holographic model of brain functioning and the "implicate order" model of quantum physics.
Episode 8
57 mins
Michael Talbot discusses the holographic model of brain functioning and the "implicate order" model of quantum physics.
Episode 9
27 mins
Karl Pribram seeks a new approach to understanding spiritual and mystical experiences.
Episode 10
26 mins
John Lilly reveals a lifelong pattern of deep inner exploration, including telepathic communication with cetaceans.
Episode 11
27 mins
Arthur Young, philosopher and inventor of the Bell helicopter, discusses the difference between determinism--the belief that everything acts according to law--and pre-destination or fate.
Episode 12
27 mins
Charles Muses discusses the qualitative and cyclical nature of time.