Most of Ingo's books, and a few new ones, have been released under the BioMind Superpowers Imprint and are available for sale on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple and Google Books, plus through numerous other sites. These books all feature Ingo's art on their covers.
Direct links to Ingo's books and audio books for sale on Amazon can be found below.
The Master of Harmlessness…who came and told us something about our real selves.
In this milestone book, Ingo Swann guides the reader through revolutionary techniques he developed and tested in thousands of experiments, with startling results, for tapping ESP potential. His exciting new concepts of “mind mound,” “mind manifestation,” and the “ESP core” help readers demystify ESP and link this important inner reality to what is already known about dreams, memory, quantum physics, and human creativity. Swann shows how to become more receptive to the “deeper self” and make contact with the hidden reality in which ESP operates.
Ingo Swann explores the fact that we officially know far more than we're admitting about the Moon--its origins, its atmosphere, its occupants and many other unusual features. Penetration is about one of the means by which we can learn more about those not of this earth (and vice-versa)--telepathy. Do we have the means to answer some very important questions that many have been asking for quite a long time? Inside this book are the answers to some.
***UPDATED WITH NEW MATERIAL FOUND IN HAROLD SHERMAN'S ARCHIVES***
In a discovered missing chapter on Ingo's psychic probes of Mars ("9"), Ingo asserts that there is a bigger question at play: the question as to “why do mass-consciousness humans, as it were, mass-consciously almost 'conspire' to avoid certain issues, and consistently so?” This inquiry, deep within Ingo’s own awareness, is one that he would ponder until his passing in 2013. This updated edition not only includes “9” along with Introductions by Dr. Krippner and Dr. Mitchell, an Afterword by Thomas M. McNear, Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army (Ret.), but also recently discovered documents from Harold Sherman’s Archives.
The psychic child is one who is sensitive to nonphysical phenomena, energies and influences. The psychic child is sensitive to emotions and thoughts and to many other invisible happenings in the world around the child. The child's psychic nature is innate, born with the child, already functioning in a raw and preverbal form. To some degree, we have all been psychic children.
Exploring everything from visions, hunches, vibes, astrology, and the occult arts and sciences, to modern physics, geomagnetism and bio-electricity, Psychic Literacy is renowned artist and remote viewer Ingo Swann's grand overview of human psychic potentials.
In Psychic Sexuality, Ingo Swann reports on the high-energy systems associated with sexual energies that most people sense, feel, and respond to at very basic levels of consciousness even if they cannot perceive them by clairvoyance.
"If a fable is a legendary story of supernatural happenings," Mr. Swann says, "or a narration intended to enforce a useful truth, then these four are fables, which shouldn't be confused with fairy tales targeted only for children. These, then, are tales for kind and loving people of all ages."
In this lucid and absorbing work, Ingo Swann opens up the continuing story about the fuller extent of human consciousness and limitations imposed on it by human reality boxes, a.k.a. "socially constructed realities" and "personal realities."
This posthumous compilation that offers Ingo Swann's "grand unified theory" of the human experience (and, in part, of consciousness itself).
Most books about power only deal with the societal formula of the few having power, which is mistaken as the so-called "natural order of power." This this book goes one step further and explores the required social conditioning measures aimed at perpetuating the continuing depowerment of the powerless so that the powerful CAN have power over them.
Customers have questions, you have answers. Display the most frequently asked questions, so everybody benefits. Any desire for more individual empowerment will soon encounter the question of WHAT to empower. Most are familiar with the awareness they have. But few are familiar with the awarenesses they don't have, but which anyway innately exist within their otherwise amazing information systems.
Super-psychic author Ingo Swann has drawn on the incredible experience of his own scientifically documented paranormal powers for this nerve-tingling breakthrough novel that's just one small step ahead of the headlines.
Part memoir, part autobiography, as told by Ingo's beloved niece Elly Flippen, it is both a celebration of, and celestial journey into, what Ingo loved most: cooking and entertaining.
The great apparitions--starting with Guadeloupe in 1531--occur with a steady and increasing drumbeat across the decades and centuries. Swann shows how advances in science have placed the apparitions in a more intriguing light.
Among the various winds are the currents of love which blow, too, in the realms of souls. And these currents, like a song to those who can hear them, these currents of love link together those souls who truly love each other, and this as these currents always have and will even though no one knows why or how.
In this sensitive work, Ingo Swann once more opens up the continuing story of the fuller extent of human consciousness, which, by many accounts, is amazing and intriguing.
You can predict the future!
Throughout the centuries, the future has been seen in dreams, visions, and by seers. But you don't have to be a prophet or a visionary to predict what the future holds. Now, Ingo Swann explains how to understand and use the future-predicting ability that lies within.
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On The Signal Line discussing Master of Harmlessness
On Wendy's Coffeehouse discussing Preserving the Psychic Child
On Rune Soup discussing Psychic Literacy
On 21st Century Radio discussing The Windy Song
On Wendy's Coffeehouse discussing The Windy Song
Each chapter in STAR FIRE begins with lyrics that reference quantum physics, remote viewing and other juicy topics, composed and sung by the main character, a rock star who becomes super-psychic and discovers ominous doomsday weapons that he wants to have both the US and USSR destroy before they destroy the planet.
At that point in my career, I had released just three meditative albums. And yet, Ingo handed me the lyrics to the songs and told me, “I'll be back in four months. I want you to compose and arrange the songs. Hire musicians so we can record the album in time to coordinate with the release date of the book.”
How could Ingo have known that I'd be up to the task? (Could the character in the book have been somewhat auto-biographical?) He could not have known that eight years earlier, I had composed and arranged several rock and pop songs for my 8 piece band while I was still an undergraduate at the University of Buffalo (SUNY at Buffalo). More on that long-lost recording in next month's newsletter.
In any case, I accepted the challenge. It turned out to be an amazing experience. If you've only heard my healing music, you may be surprised by much of this album, which includes elements of rock, pop, disco and jazz. There are also, of course, a few meditative interludes that were to be included, as a way to introduce mainstream movie audiences to my relaxing and healing compositions.
At the studio I recorded at, I met the leading Bay Area disco band called Santa Esmeralda, and hired them, minus their lead singer, as the musicians for the session. As we soon discovered, working with Ingo Swann in the studio was a unique experience. Indeed, after we recorded the blisteringly hot first song, the guys in the band looked at each other and said, "Whew! What got into us?"
We turned to see Ingo just smiling a huge Cheshire cat grin. Although he wouldn't discuss it with us, it was clear he was beaming each of us some special energy, and that is part of the magic of this album. It's much more than just the notes....and it's why I think the music will take you for a ride on what Ingo calls “the psychic starship.”
-- Steven Halpern
This album was conceived and produced to be the soundtrack of the movie based on Ingo Swann's best-seller, Star Fire. It was originally described as "a space-rock-disco-opera" and is guaranteed to get your body in motion as it stimulates your mind and soul. Ingo writes: "Hear the beat from the heart / of the universe...help you thrive."
Ingo was a self-taught artist who worked mostly in oil paintings. His artworks express his passion for exploring the mysteries of the Universe and recapture his visions from leaving his body, remote viewing, and seeing auras. His works have been used in many publications, shown at dozen of art exhibits, and are part of the Permanent Collections at The American Visionary Art Museum, The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives at USC Libraries, The Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, and Edgar Cayce's Association for Research and Enlightenment.
Starting in the late 1950s with his first still life painting and continuing through to his last work of art, Cosmic Intelligence (now owned by the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland) Ingo’s art periods mirror his own journey. From student to visionary, cosmic and later metaphysical artist, Ingo’s goal was to transcend the ordinary into an art form that conveyed an advancing frontier of experience.
More on where to find Ingo's art can be found in the FAQ section of this website.
Part memoir, part autobiographical detail written by Ingo, part art book, and part cookbook, Stardust Highways provides an unique insight into Ingo, and showcases his art and love of entertaining.
As a hobby, Ingo created collages (eight layers deep in some cases) around figures cut from the pages of magazines like “Honcho” and “Drummer.” This technique necessitated other visual elements, such as the background environment, to be taken from art, historical, or decorative publications of the time. Who was he making these for? It was one of many unanswered questions about Ingo. But there are over 200 of them and they full of humor and political/social commentary. They are a fitting testimony, not so much to Ingo’s enigmatic nature, but to what has been described as a “compartmentalized” existence in his latter decades, when artists, celebrities, clairvoyants, Manhattan socialites, and students from his remote viewing days were drawn to the building he owned on Bowery and East Fourth Street.
"There is inherent in the work of (cosmic) artists a certain withdrawal of the center of psychic gravity from the external worlds, including the worlds represented by the past, towards an imminent future, where the mind and spirit of the human will soar beyond limitations both of things physical and of present ideas about thought itself.
This withdrawal represents not a retreat of old ideas of mind and spirit, but an encompassment of them with a strange, often befuddling, but certainly exciting drift to the frontiers of mind and awareness themselves."
-- Cosmic Art
All of the files regarding this book (edited by Ingo), including correspondences among the authors, Ingo, and artists featured in this book, as well as original artwork by those artists, can be found within Ingo's archives at the University of West Georgia.
Link to the Cosmic Art Files Finding Air at the University of West Georgia: