People Sharing Extraordinary ExperiencesShare your Experience & Talk to Others in the Community
Dancing with the Trickster is developing an online platform to foster and serve a growing community of individuals who are speaking out about their anomalous experiences, and the experts working to understand these experiences.
The participation of contributors (“experiments”) in sharing their stories will:
1) form the basis of a potential healing community for experients
2) offer an educational resource for the public and clinical/research professionals
3) inspire content for the Dancing with the Trickster video series
The Dancing with the Trickster mission is to provide a safe space for people to share their extraordinary experiences, so that they and the care community can better understand and learn from these experiences and, at the same time, gain new insights into the human mind and the nature of consciousness itself.
This video is a recording of an interview with Melissa about her actual anomalous experience. She is a former high school teacher now studying for her Master’s degree.
This video is a recording of an interview with Dr. Stanley Krippner, PhD, an expert in the field of Clinical Psychology, regarding his personal anomalous experience. By inviting people to share their experiences, we are hoping to remove some of the superstition and...
This video is a recording of an interview with David Lukoff, PhD, an expert in the field of Clinical Psychology, about his views on anomalous or extraordinary experiences. By inviting people to share their experiences, we are hoping to remove some of the...
At 19 and in college, Isabel would have an anomalous experience that would have a profound affect on her life ever since.
This video is a recording of an interview with Jamie, a graduate student studying creativity, about her actual anomalous experience.
This is a version of an interview with Matt Zion, 26, founder of music company TIMEWHEEL about his extraordinary experience.
NOTE: If you or anyone that you know is having difficulties in response to an anomalous or extraordinary experience, we strongly recommend that you seek professional help or guidance from qualified mental health professionals. If you or someone you know is in crisis, it may be necessary to call 911 in your area for assistance.
In developing this intersection of community, sharing and research, we are hoping to remove the stigma, fear and isolation that many “experients” are subjected to, and ideally, make significant contributions to the field in general. If you are interested in submitting your own story of an anomalous experience, please use this submission link.