Radiant Mindsby J. Millay (Editor), Russell Targ, Dean Radin
Their professional disciplines inclulde physics, remote viewing, medicine, psychology, anthropology, shamanism, philosophy, spiritual healing, unidentified aerial phenomina, and some provide suggestions for the future of
Fifty-five scientists have contributed amazing results from their years of research to this anthology of the Parapsychology Research Group (PRG).
Their professional disciplines inclulde physics, remote viewing, medicine, psychology, anthropology, shamanism, philosophy, spiritual healing, unidentified aerial phenomina, and some provide suggestions for the future of education.
A few of the authors included are: Dean Radin, PhD, Russell Targ, Stanley Krippner, PhD, Charles Tart, PhD, Stanislav Grof, MD, PhD, Sasha Shulgin, PhD, Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, Roger Nelson, PhD, and Jean Millay, PhD.
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With public interest in the mind-body-spirit connection steadily growing, it's a wonder that some of the most fascinating scientific research remains secret. RADIANT MINDS introduces us to some of the most influential pioneers in the field of parapsychology who contribute tremendous insights into the greatest mysteries of consciousness and the mind, considering no area off limits or taboo. Articles by the dozens of researchers included in this book invite us to explore a holistic approach to science, and to question long-standing assumptions about who we are and how we interact with the world around us. Some of the topics include: distant healing, extra sensory perception, extraordinary dreams, global consciousness, intuition, precognition, psychoneuroimmunology, remote viewing, and telepathy. RADIANT MINDS is packed with colorful, insightful anecdotes and information that make this collection of articles and historical stories a delicious, page-turning, satisfying read. Stanley Krippner describes some truly extraordinary dreams, Dean Radin describes some cutting-edge research in the fields of precognition and global consciousness, and Willis Harmon questions long-standing scientific assumptions. I love Jeffrey Mishlove's forward, as he recalls insights about fascinating people, such as New York parapsychologist Charles Honorton, who tried to warn John F. Kennedy in June 1968 of Alan Vaughan's precognitive forecast of his likely impending assassination. I love the way each new chapter begins with a photograph and one-page biographical summary of each author--providing the extra perk of a built-in "Who's Who" of parapsychological science. If and when parapsychology becomes a major course of study in institutions of higher learning, RADIANT MINDS will surely be a required and essential text, as it does the best job of covering the past 25 years of scientific research in the field. Until then, this is highly recommended for everyone interested in a comprehensive exploration of consciousness and the mind.