The World of the Paranormal: The Next Frontier

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Helios Press, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 207 pages
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A sudden squall surprises a man on an early morning sail and his lip is badlyut. Several miles away, in a house on the shore of a lake, his wife wakesrom a sound sleep and believes her lip is bleeding. She tries to stop thelow of blood with a handkerchief only to be astonished that she isn'tleeding at all. How do we explain such coincidences? How can we even decidehat methodology to use to evaluate such phenomena? For most of the lastentury, psychical research has tried to explain so-called paranormalhenomena in what was deemed a scientific manner. The results so far haveeen inconclusive and confusing. The reason, Lawrence LeShan argues in thismportant and controversial book, is that parapsychology has failed toonsider the real insights offered by twentieth-century science into theature of reality. He demonstrates with elegance and clarity that we noonger live in a single-track universe, but in a multi-track one. What ismpossible and 'paranormal' on one track is perfectly possible on another. Dr.eShan presents a challenge to current Para psychological thinking and

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About the author (2004)

Lawrence LeShan is a psychologist, educator, and author or co-author of eleven books, including "The Psychology of War"; "The Medium, The Mystic, and The Physicist" (both with Helios Press); and the popular "How to Meditate". He has worked as clinical psychologist, psychotherapist and researcher for more than 50 years, including six years of psychological service in the U.S. Army. He holds a M. S. in Psychology from the University of Nebraska and a Ph.D. in Human Development from the University of Chicago and has taught at Roosevelt University, Pace College, and the New School for Social Research, among other. He has lectured extensively in Europe, the United States, and Israel, and his books have been translated into eleven languages. He lives in New York City.

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