Higher Journeys is the vision of author and metaphysical researcher Alexis Brooks who, since her early years, felt an instinctual pull toward the more far-reaching aspects of reality and human potential.
Growing up in what Alexis has often referred to as an “alternative household,” she became deeply entrenched in studying and understanding the multiple underpinnings of reality, feeling on some level that what the masses experience everyday is just the tip of the iceberg. As she’s often quoted author and researcher Michael Talbot…
We are like iceberg beings. Most of us is beneath the surface.
As well, the full scope of reality is also “beneath the surface.” Higher Journeys is a portal designed to dive beneath that surface!
Higher Journeys is one such expression of Alexis’ “metaphysical travels”. Although she will be the first to admit, “The more I learn, the more I realize how little I know!” Paradoxically, although it seems reality is just far too vast for one person to grasp, it also feels so familiar! It is in that vain that has driven Alexis to explore and to encourage others to do the same. In fact it is her contention that, “If we do not investigate the true nature of reality, we just may miss out on the one critical step it takes to truly evolve!
Higher Journeys is designed to peak the interest of the true investigator of reality.
Topics We Cover
- “Paranormal” concepts including extrasensory perception (ESP), out of body experiences (OBE), near-death experiences (NDE), the afterlife, reincarnation and past lives.
- Health and wellness from an holistic perspective (listen to Alexis’ interview with alternative health expert Dr. Mark Mincolla).
- Transformational tools and unique approaches to meditation, dreamwork, and intuition.
- Current events and commentary from an alternative perspective.
- “Quantum Corner” explores the frontiers of science from an alternative and leading edge perspective!
When I interviewed investigative journalist and reporter Jon Rappoport in 2014, he said, “Everyone [these days] wants to give you content…” Where this may be true, it certainly isn’t bad, as long as the content has substance and serves to assist in the evolution of the individual. – Alexis Brooks