Precognition Is Real with Julia Mossbridge, Ph.D.

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According to today’s conventional scientific wisdom, time flows strictly forward - from the past to the future through the present. We can remember the past, and we can predict the future based on the past (albeit imperfectly), but we can’t perceive the future. However, there are those scientists who are studying and performing repeatable experiments to demonstrate that precognition, the ability to perceive the future, is possible. One such scientist is our guest today Julia Mossbridge, who is researching and collecting data on the phenomena of precognition. She says, “We don’t know how precognition works. What we know is that statistically, on average, people unconsciously can get information about future events and we know that there are certain people who are really good at consciously getting information about future events and that’s what we know.” She has devoted her life to the empirical study and research that reveals that sensing the future is possible. She also has set up an extensive website that provides practical tools and techniques you can use to develop your own powers of precognition. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms) 


Dr. Julia Mossbridge is a cognitive neuroscientist and futurist. She’s visiting Scholar in the Psychology Department at Northwestern University and a Fellow at the Institute of Noetic Sciences as well as Associate Professor in Integral and Transpersonal Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies.           

Dr. Mossbridge is the author of:

To learn more about the work of Julia Mossbridge go to 

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • Mossbridge’s early personal experience of a precognition event that avoided a major house fire
  • What is the difference between precognition and premonition
  • What are positive precogs
  • What personality traits are present that make some people predisposed to precognition
  • How meditation and belief can affect a greater capacity to precognition
  • How we can practice honing and testing our precognitive skills
  • Why we need to collaborate with our “higher self” in order to tap into our precognitive abilities
  • Why time is not linear
  • Is time travel possible
  • How positive precogs can create a movement for a better world 

Host: Justine Willis Toms          Interview Date: 10/12/2018           Program Number: 3658

Music Playlist

From Album: 17 Seconds to Anywhere
Artist: Liz Story
1998 Windham Hill Records #01934-11291-2 

Opening Essay: Track 01 Captain April
Music Break 1: Track 04 Voices
Music Break 2: Track 05 Out of Time
Music Break 3: Track 06 17 Seconds to Anywhere