Author: L.L. Vasiliev,Arthur Hastings PhD
Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing; Russell Targ Editions edition (September 1, 2002)
Category: Occult & Paranormal
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Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). Yet, the day will come for us all when we no longer intersect with this three dimensional world- and then we will be free to focus our concentration on the higher dimensional extent of our being. The only restriction in breaking free of our conventional time-consciousness is shaking our selves free of our ingrained habit of seeing the world. Once you have personally experienced such precognitive events, or perhaps synchronicity, then this is much easier- and their frequency increases.
His investigations convincingly demonstrated that the thoughts of one person can directly affect the physiology and behavior of a distant person. Most famously, he showed that he personally could hypnotize and put to sleep hypnotic subjects that were inside electrically and acoustically shielded rooms, or even thousands of miles away.
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His investigations convincingly demonstrated that the thoughts of one person can directly affect the physiology and behavior of a distant person (publisher's quote).
Upcoming titles in the Studies in Consciousness series will cover such perennially exciting topics as telepathy .
Upcoming titles in the Studies in Consciousness series will cover such perennially exciting topics as telepathy, astral projection, the after-death survival of consciousness, psychic abilities, long-distance hypnosis, and more. Books in the studies in consciousness series. An Experiment with Time by J. W. Dunne. Mental Radio by Upton Sinclair. Dream Telepathy by Montague Ullman, . and Stanley Krippner, P. Distant Mental Influence by William Braud, P.
Crookham Church, England: Institute for the Study of Mental Images. Crookham Church, England: Institute for the Study of Mental Images.
Studies in Consciousness. By (author) William Braud. The book also describes the factors that make such distant mental influences more or less likely, so that anyone might use these distant influence skills more effectively and consistently for their own benefit and for the benefit of others. Format Paperback 224 pages.
In book: Oxford Companion to Consciousness, Chapter . Essentially all biopsy-chological experiments involve consciousness in one way or another
Cite this publication. Mental episodes of remembering that are a recollection or only a belief or just a "sense of", whether correct or false. Essentially all biopsy-chological experiments involve consciousness in one way or another. Yet for most of this century, scientists have been hesitant to explore the issue directly. This hesitation is historically new.
An experiment is a procedure carried out to support, refute, or validate a hypothesis. Experiments vary greatly in goal and scale, but always rely on repeatable procedure and logical analysis of the results. There also exists natural experimental studies.