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Extraordinary Knowing: Science, Skepticism, and the Inexplicable Powers of the Human Mind

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2009

    Extraordinary Knowing provides a good overall view the research into the connectedness of our world.

    If you have ever had a gut feeling about something but not understood how it is possible to know what you know, then this book will help you understand what you may be sensing. It is well written and filled with solid research in an easy to understanddown to earth form. Anyone can follow the author's presentation of the topic.

    The author has good comprehension of how to do research on the topic. And she follows through with plenty of referenced materials for further research. The concept that it brings out is about how little we understand about intuition and how it works. This book covers many topics in the field of parapsychology. But the main emphasis of the author's work is to point out we may know things by intuition. Belief in such knowledge appear to be gained through ways that seem difficult to accept scientifically but might someday be explained in metaphysics and the connectedness of all things.

    I found this book originally by following a gut feeling, that something I needed to know was at a store I was passing. By following that feeling, I found this book which did a fair job to explain what I was experiencing. It also helped me validate other research materials I was reading at that time. An interesting experience, as it answers several questions for me, as well as opened up other questions.

    I have bought a second copy of the book at Barnes and Noble for other people that I want to read it. And may buy it again as I know a few others I would like to see it.

    But like I said, it is a well written book that helps the reader explore the possibilities of "Extraordinary Knowing". Knowing something which you can not possibly have prior knowledge of, yet have sensed by other means.

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