Body, Mind, Spirit: Exploring the Parapsychology of Spirituality
Charles T. Tart
Hampton Roads Publishing Company, 1997 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 255 pages
Addressing the split between practitioners of science and those of spirituality, Charles Tart presents the considerations of well-known researchers and authors such as William Roll, Ramakrishna Rao, Michael Grosso, and Jeffrey Mishlove on such subjects as God, life after death, channeling, and other dimensions. A ground-breaking work that may surprise many readers.
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