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Thresholds of the Mind Podcast by Bill Harris

Thresholds of the Mind Podcast

by Bill Harris

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Bill Harris is the creator of Holosync (an audio technology designed to enhance meditation), founder & director of the Centerpointe Research Institute, and a featured teacher in the movie The Secret. In his podcast Thresholds of the Mind, Harris lays out his ideas regarding personal growth and the stages one goes through in their human development. In the first podcast he describes his proposed stages of development including preconventional, conventional, postconventional, and transcendental stages. In subsequent lectures he elaborates on these ideas drawing from diverse thinkers such as Ken Wilber, Swiss psychologist & philosopher Jean Piaget, and the 9th century Zen master Tozan. Throughout the podcasts Bill Harris is quite articulate about these ideas and they are very interesting to listen to.


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Creator of Holosync, founder & director of Centerpointe Research Institute, and a featured teacher in The Secret, Bill has taught hundreds of thousands of people how to harness The Law of Attraction to make lasting improvements in their lives.


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A treat from start to finish!
Reviewer Holosync User
 October 02, 2009
Bill Harris has created podcasts which are educational and riveting. Being both concise and eloquent he is easily the most well-spoken person I have ever heard and it is a delight to listen to his podcasts. Here he generously shares his knowledge and insights on a variety of gripping subjects. The content is very interesting and is relevant to every human being. With everything he is doing to educate and help people he is a true gift to people everywhere who want to learn and grow. Many Thanks.

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Off the Deep End

Author: blog@centerpointe.com
Tue, May 22, 2012


Have I gone off the deep end in writing about social mood and some of what has been going on in the world? Does any of this have any connection to the rest of my writings about personal and spiritual growth? Some of you have criticized me for not writing “strictly” about what you see [...]

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Isn’t it frustrating to be a person?

Author: blog@centerpointe.com
Wed, Dec 21, 2011


Have you ever felt frustrated by your spiritual practice? Where are those results you expected? Here is a letter I received from a student in my Life Principles Integration Process Online courses with that very frustration, along with my answer. First, his letter to me: Dear Bill,  My question is: Why can’t I experience anything [...]

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Yikes! More Controversy! The Free Market vs Central Planning

Author: blog@centerpointe.com
Fri, Sep 23, 2011


What I’m going to share today starts with something posted by Brian in response to Part 3 of my Going To Hell in a Handbasket series. My response contains some important information, but is buried so deeply among hundreds of other comments that I thought I should create an entire post around it. Here’s how [...]

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Going to Hell in a Handbasket, Part 3

Author: blog@centerpointe.com
Sat, May 07, 2011


First, I apologize for taking so long to post this. I have been unusually busy this past several weeks, and getting this to you fell down several notches in my to-do list. Hopefully it will be worth the wait. *** Well, we’ve all been through a lot as we’ve discussed and argued about social mood. [...]

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Going to Hell in a Handbasket, Part 2 1/2

Author: blog@centerpointe.com
Thu, Mar 31, 2011


“Humans are prone to herd because it is always warmer and safer in the middle of the herd. Indeed, our brains are wired to make us social animals. We feel the pain of social exclusion in the same parts of the brain where we feel real physical pain.” –James Montier “Men, it has been well [...]

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Going to Hell in a Handbasket, Part 2

Author: blog@centerpointe.com
Tue, Mar 01, 2011


In Part 1 I shared an exchange with my friend Santiago about my observation that we are entering into a period of negative social mood, and that in the past similar periods have had some dark consequences for humanity. This has stirred things up quite a bit, don’t you think? (If you haven’t read Part [...]

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Going to Hell in a handbasket, Part 1

Author: blog@centerpointe.com
Wed, Feb 23, 2011


“Going to Hell in a handbasket”: to be rapidly deteriorating; on course for disaster. This phrase may have originated from the use of handbaskets to catch the decapitated heads of guillotined criminals during the French Revolution. (phrases.org.uk) It all started from a simple question on my blog (from someone I know quite well)… But what started as [...]

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The Great Matter of Life and Death

Author: blog@centerpointe.com
Wed, Jan 05, 2011


I’ve written a lot about impermanence and cause and effect over the last year. I’ve said that there is no escape from these two aspects of the human condition–an idea many of you have resisted (and, I might add, I’m not surprised–resisting these two conditions seems to be what human beings do). Over the New [...]

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“Breaking Up is Hard to Do” Part 3 (The Empire Strikes Back)

Author: blog@centerpointe.com
Fri, Dec 10, 2010


(This is part 3 of a 3 part series, so if you haven’t read or listened to parts 1 &2, please do that before you read or listen to this one–unless you really don’t care whether any of this makes sense to you.) When we left our story of chaos and reorganization a few days ago, [...]

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“Breaking Up is Hard to Do” Part 2

Author: blog@centerpointe.com
Mon, Dec 06, 2010


Last time, in Breaking Up is Hard to Do, Part 1 (please read or listen to Part 1 first, before reading or listening to this post), after describing how everything in the universe is in the process of falling apart, I ended by posing what I called The Big Question: How, in a universe irrevocably moving toward [...]

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