Open Mind, Discriminating Mind: Reflections on Human Possibilities

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iUniverse, Oct 1, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 416 pages
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This wide-ranging book presents explorations in areas Charles Tart, international authority on consciousness and parapsychology, believes are at the cutting edge of research, presented in a way that is scientifically sound, but easily readable and personally relevant. The book is intended to expand our horizons of what our possibilities are, as we spend too much of our time living in culturally- and self-imposed limitations that cramp our true being and produce useless suffering. Topics include meditation, lucid dreaming, how to use a psychic reading, possible postmodern survival, dream yoga, altered states of consciousness and enlightenment.

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Tart is Professor of Psychology at the University of California at Davis. Known for his experimental work in parapsychology, he has explored ESP and psychokinesis, lucid dreaming, out-of-body and near-death experiences, and similar phenomena.

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