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Like a crash course in neuroscience for the layman, that includes an inspiring account of how powerful the human mind is and can be. It could almost be a beginners manual to "freeing the mind". The first half describes the myraid scientific and government studies that have been done on the mind and phsycic phenomina (near-death exp, pre-cognition, out-of-body exp., future memory, remote viewing, ect.). The second half describes the most current theories of the mind and how its newly "discovered" functions have brought us closer to explaining, understanding, and even validating much of the phsycic phenomena decribed in the first half of the book. Some of the most incredible revelations to me were: the theory of consciousness as a force, the Theory of Everything & String Theory, LIGHT, Resonance, the Zero Point Field, the arguments for more than 3 dimensions, the fractality of universe, and the underlying fabric of the universe as a mass storage field.
I am going to listen to it again right away! Its the most interesting and educational material I have ever heard - as far as I think I know....right now.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
Very well written and enlightening. Secular leaning scientists may disagree with this modern analysis of consciousness and the mind-body relationship debate. Dr Howell presents solid arguments as to why we are getting closer to finding out the truth about this evrlasting debate.
As a psychology teacher I found that her arguments were quite similar to my own personal theory about the role of religion/spirituality in our conscious interpretation of the world we perceive.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
This book presents some scientific information and then takes some giant leaps in regard to how this applies to psychic phenomena. Much of the content is the opinion of the author, using some apparently bona fide studies, but also a lot of anecdotal "evidence" which is neither peer reviewed nor verifiable. This collection of speculative ideas, more so towards the end of the book, left me feeling quite disappointed.
I also had a real issue with the reader's style, which was trying hard to appear authoritative. However, I found her hard-edged voice and "mother-superior" style most annoying.
The author clearly believes in many forms of psychic phenomena, but I found many of her links between the scientific evidence and personal beliefs tenuous at best.