Through discussion of one class of homogeneous experiments reported in 108 publications and conducted from 1974 through 2008 by laboratories around the world, this article makes a case that ESP does exist, neuroscience assumptions notwithstanding, and provides unambiguous evidence for an independently repeatable ESP effect.
A 12-page newsletter with information on the noetic sciences, from feature articles and book reviews to research updates and news on IONS.
Based on Marc Bekoff's years of experience studying the social communication patterns of a wide range of animals, this important book shows that animals have rich emotional lives. Not only can animal emotions teach us about love, empathy, and compassion, argues Bekoff -- they require us to radically rethink our current relationship of domination and abuse of animals.
You have within you unlimited capacities for love, for joy, for communion with life, and for unshakable freedom—and here is how to awaken them. In The Wise Heart, one of the leading spiritual teachers of our time offers the most accessible and illuminating guide to Buddhism’s transformational psychology ever published in the West.
Real-life psychic, near-death, and paranormal experiences are combined with cutting-edge science and vivid adventure stories in this energetic look at why extreme athletes and mountaineers take the risks that allow them to push the limits of consciousness, and what they encounter there.
Voted Best Health Book, USA Booknews National Awards.
Drawing from his own experience and the lives of some of the world’s great writers and poets, David Whyte brings compelling insights to our three most important commitments— to another, to our work, and to ourselves—to frame a complete picture of a satisfying life.
Oord shares seven ways in which love can grow, and can influence the future of human society.
The emerging field of prenatal and perinatal psychology (PPN) is revolutionizing our understanding of prenatal life, birth and bonding, and infancy.
“Animals are by nature ‘people whisperers,’ and restore and sustain us in ways we have either forgotten or never imagined.”