Dr. Michael Grosso recognizes the importance of understanding the mystical and the paranormal, as they serve to expand our concept of the mind and accept the fact that we survive our physical death. This webinar focuses on the singular Case of St. Joseph of Copertino (1603-1663) --"the man who could fly." Joseph was remarkable in two domains of human phenomena: the mystical and the paranormal. These phenomena force us to expand our concept of mind; they speak to our views of religion; and they provide fresh light on belief in immortality. The aim of the webinar is to deepen our understanding of human potential and to provide some practical ideas on how to deploy that potential.
I am curious about levitation and if it is possible
I want to learn more about the power of the mind
I want to learn more about evidence that we are more than our physical bodies
Phran Ginsberg, Director at Forever Family Foundation, Inc.
Director of Forever Family Foundation, a 100% volunteer non-profit, non-sectarian organization.
Michael Grosso PhD, Scientific Advisory Board at Forever Family Foundation
Michael Grosso, Ph.D. is an independent scholar and part of an ever growing group of scholars and thinkers critical of the prevailing materialistic view of the world. He has a PhD in philosophy from Columbia University and has taught humanities and philosophy at Marymount Manhattan College, City University of New York, and City University of New Jersey. He is known for various publications in which he has used psychic phenomena to broaden our understanding of the world and ourselves, among them Frontiers of the Soul: Exploring Psychic Evolution (1992), and Experiencing the Next World Now (2004). In addition, he has discussed in various forums the implications of parapsychology for religion. He is the author of six books, the latest being The Final Choice: Death or Transcendence? and The Man Who Could Fly: St. Joseph of Copertino and the Mystery of Levitation