Books

Measuring the Immeasurable: The Scientific Case for Spirituality (Daniel Goleman)
Amazingly, the power of thought is also fully recognized by the principles of quantum physics, a science that acknowledges the participation of the observer in the creation of reality. The surprising answer to their quest: if the scientist created an experiment that registered particles, they were particles; if the scientist created and experiment to detect waves, they were waves. Simple conclusion: “The observer creates the reality!”
 
The Nature of Personal Reality (Jane Roberts)
Your thoughts create your reality
 
The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, & Miracles (Bruce Lipton)
Dr. Lipton produced breakthrough studies on the cell membrane, which revealed that this outer layer of the cell was an organic homologue of a computer chip, the cells equivalent of a brain. His research at Stanford Universitys School of Medicine revealed that the environment, operating though the membrane, controlled the behavior and physiology of the cell, turning genes on and off. His discoveries ran counter to the established scientific view that life is controlled by the genes
 
Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain: How a New Science Reveals Our Extraordinary Potential to Transform Ourselves (Sharon Begley)
Neuroplasticity and the Power of Mental Force. Neuroplasticity refers to the ability of the brain to change as a result of one’s experience, that the brain is ‘plastic’ and ‘malleable’. A surprising consequence of neuroplasticity is that the brain activity associated with a given function can move to a different location; this can result from normal experience and also occurs in the process of recovery from brain injury.
 

DVDs 

The Secret (Extended Edition)
Documentary explaining the law of attraction concept  
Leap!
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What the Bleep Do We Know!?
Explores Quantum Physics, Neurology, and Molecular Biology in relation to the spheres of Spirituality, Metaphysics. Does a good job of making Quantum Physics understandable: describes, for example, research-produced evidence of particles occupying more than one place at a time; that Quantum Physics makes clear that atoms are not things, but only tendencies.
 
What the Bleep!? – Down the Rabbit Hole (QUANTUM Three-Disc Special Edition)
The original What the Bleepwas made in the typical movie theater length of under two hours. In this extended version, the filmakers were able to include all the topics as originally intended. The completed film presents all the elements that are intrinsic to the worldview put forth in the original. Topics such as Quantum Entanglement, the Double Slit Experiment, Healing and the Cell, the split and re-unification of spirit and science – all are addressed in the detail required to tell the story.
 

Internet 

Belleruth Naparstek
Easy to read research summaries about meditation / Visuo-motor learning (use of imagination to learn a physical skill), and Quantum Mechanics theory
 
Bruce Lipton (The Biology of Belief) on YouTube
Dr. Lipton produced breakthrough studies on the cell membrane, which revealed that this outer layer of the cell was an organic homologue of a computer chip, the cells equivalent of a brain. His research at Stanford Universitys School of Medicine revealed that the environment, operating though the membrane, controlled the behavior and physiology of the cell, turning genes on and off. His discoveries ran counter to the established scientific view that life is controlled by the genes
 
Brian Green on MPR
“You almost can’t avoid having some version of the multiverse in your studies if you push deeply enough in the mathematical descriptions of the physical universe,” he says. “There are many of us thinking of one version of parallel universe theory or another. If it’s all a lot of nonsense, then it’s a lot of wasted effort going into this far-out idea. But if this idea is correct, it is a fantastic upheaval in our understanding.”
 
The work of William Tiller, seems to be very rigorous. This would be considered fringe science, but he does adhere strictly to the methodology.

The Mental Universe–Richard Conn Henry

This role of mind in creating reality was recently underscored in the prestigious scientific journal Nature. In an article entitled “The Mental Universe,” Richard Conn Henry, professor of physics at the Johns Hopkins University, concludes, “The universe is immaterial—mental and spiritual. Live and enjoy” (Henry, 2006). It is a scientific reality that thoughts influence the material world.
 
Does the Past Exist Yet? Evidence Suggests Your Past Isn’t Set in Stone—Robert Lanza, M.D.
According to visionary physicist John Wheeler “The quantum principle shows that there is a sense in which what an observer will do in the future defines what happens in the past.” Part of the past is locked in when you observe things and the “probability waves collapse.” But there’s still uncertainty, for instance, as to what’s underneath your feet. If you dig a hole, there’s a probability you’ll find a boulder. Say you hit a boulder, the glacial movements of the past that account for the rock being in exactly that spot will change as described in the Science experiment.

The purpose of this group is to help in the reduction of repetitive and compulsively negative thoughts through a daily practice of recounting positive ones.  Ideally, you notice any positive thoughts that come to you each day and list them that evening or the following morning.  You also notice any negative thoughts you have and post something that would refute those, such as “my work provides great structure and opportunity to learn” (even if my supervisor drives me a little crazy).  This is a practice with no pressure to conform, achieve, self-edit, or even participate daily.