- A conversation with Sky Nelson (with co-host Dr. Nicholas Egan). Sky Nelson is a singer-songwriter, physicist and speaker with a unique vision. He teaches people about the physics of synchronicity, encouraging people to worry less, trust more, and keep our awareness open to the opportunities that are in constant motion around us. He provides a scientific model for understanding synchronicity that can lead to a new level of problem resolution. The model focuses upon an idea called “selfless confidence”, which is relevant if you are working in business, problem-solving in politics, or relating to family, as well as accomplishing your own personal goals.
Sky speaks at Sunday services and afternoon workshops for Centers for Spiritual Living and Unity Centers around the country, as well as scientific conferences and business meetings. His peer reviewed articles have appeared in the Journal for Scientific Exploration, and The Conference Proceedings for American Association for the Advancement of Sciences. He has presented his work investigating quantum theory, special relativity and synchronicity at the Society for Scientific Exploration Annual Meeting (2010, 2012), Towards a Science of Consciousness (2010, 2012), SAND (2010, 2011, 2012) and the AAAS (2011). Sky’s popular writings have been published in Science of Mind Magazine and New Thought Magazine. Sky received a nomination in 2012 for the coveted "Positive Music Award" for his song Live in Love. His album of original music “The World Ocean” and his brand-new eBook Coincidence: The Physics of Unexpected Opportunities are available for sale, and he is launching a one-of-a-kind 6 session online eClass with the same title beginning in March 2013.
Saturday, March 9, 2013
The Mystical Positivist - Radio Show #109 - 09MAR13
The Mystical Positivist is now a weekly radio show on KOWS-LP 107.3 FM, Occidental, CA. Listen live on Saturday evenings from 4:00 - 6:00pm, PST, via the web at KOWS Live Stream.
This week's podcast features:
More information about Sky Nelson's work can be found at: