Miracles of Mind: Exploring Non-local Consciousness and Spiritual Healing

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New World Library, 1998 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 325 pages
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In this inspiring exploration of the mind's power, pioneering physicist Russell Targ and spiritual healer Jane Katra examine how our mind's ability to transcend the limits of space and time is linked to our capacity for healing. The authors fascinating collaboration began when Dr. Katra helped Targ - a leading scientist in the investigation of psychic abilities - cure himself of what was diagnosed as metastatic cancer. From this beginning, the authors weave together compelling scientific evidence, ancient spiritual teachings, and dramatic personal stories - from witnessing mysterious folk healers in the Philippines to performing psychic experiments between Moscow and San Francisco - while exploring the potential of our "nonlocal" mind. Incorporating Eastern philosophy and modern science, Targ and Katra explain how popular methods of alternative healing, from Therapeutic Touch to Chi Gong, make use of nonlocal mind. The authors combine the perspectives of physicist and mystic to reveal the fascinating possibilities for mind-to-mind connections in a "community of spirit." Their conclusions are startling, exciting, and offer hope for the future - for scientists, healers, and general readers alike.

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Introduction I
chapter one The Illusion of Separation
chapter tWO Our Astonishing Nonlocal Mind

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