A thought-provoking look at the world of the supernatural that shows how many paranormal events can be explained by what we already know—or don’t know—about the natural world. Scientist and rationalist Lyall Watson, the author of the million-copy bestseller Supernature, reveals the inconsistencies, blank spots, and “soft edges” in current scientific theory that make the existence of the supernatural not only an intriguing possibility—but a necessary and perfectly logical part of our explanation of the workings of the universe. Examining breakthroughs in science from biology to biofeedback, from quantum physics to paraphysics, the author proposes a revolutionary synthesis of nature and supernature. He offers surprising insights into such “unexplainable” phenomena as telepathy, reincarnation, synchronicity, poltergeists, evolutionary intelligence, and other mind-bending questions challenging science today. Beyond Supernature is a groundbreaking new chapter in the never-ending search for reality. It is a book for anyone who can still look at the world with both common sense and a sense of wonder.
The Afterlife really does exist. There is a tremendous amount of evidence proving that it is so. Some of the more convincing evidence comes from the Scole experiments, proxy sittings, and solid materializations. All of this evidence proves that the personality lives on and that when we die we will meet our loved ones again. There is No Death. I am standing on the seashore. A ship at my side spreads her white sails to the morning breeze and starts for the blue ocean. She is an object of beauty and strength, and I stand and watch her until at length she is a speck of white cloud just where the sea and sky come to mingle with each other. Then someone at my side sys “There, she’s gone”. Gone where? Gone from my sight, that is all. She is just as large in mass and hull and spar as she was when she left my side, and she is just as able to bear her load of living weight to her destined harbour.
Widely recognized as an effective means of stress management and healing, chi kung is also an extraordinary technique for developing a general fitness of the mind and body. In The Art of Chi Kung, fourth generation Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit explores the principles and philosophy of chi kung, explaining its beneficial effects, and then guides you through a series of chi kung exercises which you can learn from and practice at home. It includes: * Chi Kung for health and longevity. * Stress management. * Vitality for sex and youthfulness. * Training of the mind for focus and creativity. This is the most comprehensive study of chi kung available, and will prove invaluable whether you are a beginner or already have some understanding of this ancient art.
Release on 2017-07-08 | by Paul Smith (collective pseudonym)
e-paper EDITION of pseudonym-group "Paul Smith"
Author: Paul Smith (collective pseudonym)
Pubpsher: Buike Science And Music
EDITION of undercover-collective "Paul Smith", probably Melbourne/Australia - general purpose: mental hygiene in "esoteric matters", special purpose: esoterism around "Rennes-le-Chateau and Berenger Sauniere" - covering ca. 21.000 titles in 2017
A reference work on conscientiology, this treatise, with more than 5,000 entries in the bibliography, first published in Portuguese in 1994, presents the reader with the bases of the neoscience conscientiology. The author proposes 300 tests for self-application, dealing with topics of great relevance such as assistance, the theory of thosene (thought, sentiment and energy), and the theories of inversion and existential recycling, among others. The work presents conscientiology as the science applied to the study of consciousness (ego, personality) in an integral approach, with all its vehicles of manifestation (bodies), previous existences and attributes. The content being deepened and presented in a theoretical and practical way, so a reader understands the importance of this knowledge to their life. The science of conscientiology utilizes the best of the main lines of human knowledge: common sense, religion, philosophy, political ideology and conventional science; and is based on multidimensional self-experience, having consciousness as both the instrument and object of research.
After surviving two death experiences on an operating table at age four, Colleen-Joy Page began questioning the meaning of life. Between the ages of five and 13 her awareness of spirit and the use of non physical, intuitive perception grew. At 16 she was doing psychic readings for paying clients.
what we can do about the unintentional effects of our thoughts, prayers, and wishes
Author: Larry Dossey
Pubpsher: Harper San Francisco
Category: Health & Fitness
The New York Times bestselling author of "Healing Words" ventures deeper into prayer's intangible powers with this dramatic and important new exploration of what can and does happen when people use prayer-- intentionally or unconsciously-- to cause harm. Through fascinating true stories, case histories and solid scientific analysis, Dr. Dossey illustrates the different kinds of negative prayer-- including tainted prayer and malevolent prayer--and explores why they exist and how many of us wield them, often unconsciously, against ourselves and others. He also discusses the ethics of prayer and offers practical suggestions for protecting ourselves from harmful prayer in a straightforward, highly readable style that blends science and psychology with the storyteller's art.
Release on 2014-04-22 | by Gerardo Marti,Gladys Ganiel
Understanding Emerging Christianity
Author: Gerardo Marti,Gladys Ganiel
Pubpsher: Oxford University Press
Category: Social Science
Winner of the Distinguished Book Award from the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion The Emerging Church Movement (ECM) is a creative, entrepreneurial religious movement that strives to achieve social legitimacy and spiritual vitality by actively disassociating from its roots in conservative, evangelical Christianity and "deconstructing" contemporary expressions of Christianity. Emerging Christians see themselves as overturning outdated interpretations of the Bible, transforming hierarchical religious institutions, and re-orienting Christianity to step outside the walls of church buildings toward working among and serving others in the "real world." Drawing on ethnographic observation of emerging congregations, pub churches, neo-monastic communities, conferences, online networks, in-depth interviews, and congregational surveys in the US, UK, and Ireland, Gerardo Marti and Gladys Ganiel provide a comprehensive social-scientific analysis of the development and significance of the ECM. Emerging Christians, they find, are shaping a distinct religious orientation that encourages individualism, deep relationships with others, new ideas about the nature of truth, doubt, and God, and innovations in preaching, worship, Eucharist, and leadership.