Glynda-Lee Hoffmann studied the revived Qabalah for more than 20 years. During that time, as a woman, she realized that perceiving the Garden of Eden story from a feminine perspective is a revelation, not only about Genesis but about feminine energy. Before her studies of Qabalah she had been fascinated by the work of several neuroscientists, including Antonio D'Amasio, Paul D. MacLean, and Elkhonon Goldberg. Combining both bodies of information led to a view of the brain and consciousness that is another revelation: we humans are a breakthrough species. We are not only the end result of evolution. We are the beginning of another evolution, which we are on the verge of discovering.

Glynda-Lee Hoffman has been a guest on 1 episode.