Kesha talks with historian of alternative spirituality and one of today’s most literate voices of esoterica, mysticism, and the occult, Mitch Horowitz. Mitch takes an academic look into the occult and explains that things like ESP and UFOs have been clearly proven as real.
In their latest encounter, Mitch speaks with Duncan Trussell about ESP research, parapsychology, the crisis of skepticism, and why your mind responds to expectation.
Mitch joins artist Jesse Draxler to discuss the occult, creativity, altered states, depression/anxiety and metaphysics, and how thoughts become reality.
Episode 409: Mitch Horowitz, teacher of powerful philosophy one of our most-requested guests, returns to the DTFH!
Where does David Lynch go to find the dreamscapes that mystify and unnerve us? The Twin Peaks director draws back the curtain with writer Mitch Horowitz.
Episode 66: Playing for Team Human today, occult scholar and author Mitch Horowitz. Mitch, the author of Occult America (Bantam); One Simple Idea: How Positive Thinking Reshaped Modern Life (Crown); and Mind As Builder: The Positive-Mind Metaphysics of Edgar Cayce(A.R.E. Press) joins Douglas for a conversation about the shared histories of magic, capitalism, and American political thought. It’s a conversation that asks questions about the nature of the mind and the power of enthusiasm. What about optimism? What about celebration? What about anomalous behavior? Horowitz and Rushkoff make an argument for the progressive power of wild possibility – including the possibility that humans are not reducible to mere fleshy robots.
Your Mind is God. This is the ultimate premise, by Neville Goddard, a true founder and pioneer in the New Thought movement, way before The Secret, or the Law of Attraction ever existed.
This session was a part of The Unsuccess Symposium: Let Us Get Successful So We Can Stop Giving a Shit About Getting Successful on December 22nd, 2020.
Ep. 137 of Against Everyone With Conner Habib: I talk with new age/self-help scholar and writer Mitch Horowitz about how to envision the world we want, and why—far from being selfish and consumerist—that matters now more than ever.