The Paranormal Explained
Lulu.com, 01.09.2007 - 248 Seiten
Dr. Sean O'Donnell is possibly the only 'hard' scientist ever, to have developed deep intuition competence quite deliberately. This unique symbiosis then readily affords a radical new viewpoint which can make large regions of paranormal experience quite easy to understand. The new 'anti-memory' or 'pre-call' viewpoint can readily demystify much of the previously mysterious experience of intuition - while bringing the paranormal into congruence with normal science as never before. Specifically it permits a first ever psychological exploration of Einstein's Theory of Relativity - which broadly holds that "Time does not pass, though people do!" This book is written in a very simple style to be accessible to all. So that if you've ever experienced intuition and wondered what it might signify, you'll find a startling new answer here.
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