Multidimensional Mind: Remote Viewing and the Evolution of Intelligence

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North Atlantic Books, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 238 pages
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Characterizing the mind as a maze with multiple pathways, Jean Millay explores the realms of sensory perception, resonance, trance, memory, logic, and belief.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
SENSORY PERCEPTION
13
MULTIPLE PATHS THROUGH THE MAZE OF MIND
35
REMOTE VIEWING
67
RESONANCE
105
TRANCE
143
THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEMORY AND INTELLIGENCE
155
LOGIC AND THE REALMS OF NONLOCAL SPACETIME
169
BELIEF SYSTEMS AND THE POLITICS OF SUPPRESSION
201
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
213
Refef6l10653 Reference Notes are listed by Chapter
221
Appendix A1 Sources of Target Pictures
229
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Jean Millay, working with the well-known psychologist Stanley Krippner, earned her doctorate in Human Sciences at Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center in San Francisco. She and Dr. Tim Scully created the Brainwave Biofeedback Light Sculpture which was exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1972 and formed the initial basis of her extensive research on brainwave synchronization and remote viewing. She taught in several California public schools and for many years served as President of the Parapsychology Research Group. Dr. Millay was one of the editors and a contributor to the anthology, Silver Threads: Twenty-five Years of Parapsychology Research (Praeger, 1993).

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