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SpiegelGeorge Bernard Shaw defined a miracle as 'an event which creates faith'. Varieties of Anomalous Experience is miraculous because it succeeds in examining anomalous events from a rigorous, open-minded, scientific perspective….Modern psychology has been a little like the person who looks for his lost keys under the lamppost because the light is better there, first focusing on behavior, then cognition, then emotions. Cardeña, Lynn and Krippner have provided a powerful flashlight to expanded territory to be explored for the key to experiences that challenge our power to explain.
—David Spiegel, M.D., Professor and Associate Chair of Psychiatry and Behavorial Sciences, Stanford University, School of Medicine