“ Nice group. Loved listening to everyone's stories and sharing a bit too. ”
— on Jun 20, 2015.
“ Very open and informative ”
— on Jan 26, 2015.
“ What a wonderful group of people! I really appreciate everyone's support, kindness and wisdom. ”
— on Jan 25, 2015.
“ Very uplifting and informative ”
— on Jan 24, 2015.
“ Best meeting to share lots of unusual happenings. Thanks for listening, especially as I can go on and on. Thank you for your questions and encounters. Carol ”
— on Jul 23, 2014.
“ It's great to have a safe place where you can explore and exchange ideas and information and to get moral suppot as well. ”
— on Feb 15, 2014.
“ I really enjoyed this meeting and think the new format worked great. Loved meeting the new and returned members. Thanks, Ali and Marcie! ”
— on Aug 27, 2013.
“ nicely organized ”
— on Jun 22, 2013.
“ Wow lots of people this time. Two hours is not enough time ”
— on Jun 22, 2013.
“ Personally, I gained so much from this Meet-up and feel so positively wonderful about it! From the individuals there at the meeting, it was very clear to me that everyone was on the same page, and all the experiences described are real. This allowed the meeting to very quickly move from questioning the reality of our experiences to the question of why we are having them. Most of the meeting was involved in exploring ways of utilizing our skills and experiences towards the improvement of the human race and the world in whole. We really need to do this… (-: ”
— on Jan 15, 2013.
“ I also enjoyed the meetup......though I was extremely annoyed to be interrupted by the proselytizer, which everyone handled very well. I think the structure of the meetings will evolve as Alli sees what works and doesn't, as it is only the second meeting. I agree with what one member said about focusing on the experiences, but I also think that after having such an experience, experiencers are unable to be myopic about the world around them, which has been turned upside down. Science, after all, looks for patterns, seeks to predict events, but ultimately, it disposes of the "anomalies" and "diagnoses" and disciplines events or people who don't conform to the average. I also agree with Brenda about investigators, but I felt a little uncomfortable with the "investigator" label, at least for my first meeting, because I was not familiar with everyone and didn't want to come off as the, know-it-all anthropologist. I will be better prepared next time. ”
— Anonymous Meetup Group member on Jul 17, 2012.