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There is fascinating evidence that the blind do "see" in these moments, but it is not sight as we think of it. Ring and Cooper suggest a kind of ...
There is fascinating evidence that the blind do "see" in these moments, but it is not sight as we think of it. Ring and Cooper suggest a kind of "transcendental awareness" they refer to as Mindsight. It involves seeing in detail, sometimes from all angles at once, with everything in focus, and a sense of "knowing" the subject, not just visually, but with multisensory knowledge.
Human beings may be more talented than we think, gifted with amazing abilities of perception. This book is an opportunity to assess the evidence for yourself.
|Chapter 1||Do the Blind Ever See? The Evidence for a Paradox||1|
|Chapter 2||The Study: Procedure and Sample||15|
|Chapter 3||NDEs in the Blind||21|
|Chapter 4||Visual Aspects of NDEs and OBEs in the Blind||41|
|Chapter 5||Corroborative Evidence for OBE and NDE Visions||97|
|Chapter 6||Addressing the Paradox: How Do the Blind See?||121|
|Chapter 7||A Concluding Word||185|
|Appendix||An Exceptional New Case of an NDE in the Blind||189|
Posted March 30, 2009
Interesting! If you're looking for a scholarly writing on NDE's this is a great book to read! Very authoritative! Lots of good information!
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