Making Peace and Tesla’s New Physics Hot
Francesca Thoman is a well-known channel whose intriguing new book presents Nikola Tesla’s new approach to physics.
Jalaja Bonheim leads peacemaking workshops around the world that address the unconscious conditioning that underlies fear, violence and conflict.
Founder and director of the Institute for Circlework, Jalaja Bonheim, PhD, is one of the world’s foremost experts in the use of circle gatherings as a tool for empowering women. A uniquely skilled facilitator, Bonheim has trained hundreds of female circle leaders from around the world and is internationally known for her ground- breaking work with Israeli and Palestinian women in the Middle East. Growing up German and Jewish in post-war Germany, Bonheim struggled to make sense of the events that had left both the German and Jewish people deeply traumatized. This struggle guided her work and led to new views. Now an internationally acclaimed author and speaker, she shares stores, insights, and hope—grounded in decades of practical experience—with her global audience in her book, “The Sacred Ego - Making Peace with Ourselves and Our World”. Her website is http://jalajabonheim.com
Francesca Thoman is an author, painter, Akashic Record reader, and conscious channel. Following a near-death experience as a child she developed a meditation practice and was initiated as a Sufi. She discovered that she was a natural channel, and in 1990 began channeling a 16th-century England Wiccan, Obehon for Spirit Speaks magazine. With Obehon, she created the newsletter, "Familiar Spirits," and has channeled personalities from Laurel and Hardy, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and George Washington, to ETs and angels. When she was asked to do a piece with Nikola Tesla, Francesca was so enthralled by the depth, integrity, and complexity of the material, she asked Tesla for more. His responses to questions posed by her and others presented a new approach to physics, which she has compiled into a book called, Nikola Tesla: Afterlife Comments on Para-Physical Concepts, Volume One.”