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Dr. Robert B. Stone was a world-renowned author, teacher, and counselor.
Dr. Stone was author or co-author of 87 published books, some with sales of over a million copies, as well as scores of magazine articles. His non-fiction books, ranging from new age to diet books, were published in 19 languages. Such titles as Martinis and Whipped Cream, You the Healer, Celestial 911, The Silva Method, Anatomy of a Teacher Strike, Jesus Has a Man in Waikiki, Hypno-Cybernetics, Parade of Homes, and Life Without Limits demonstrated his creativity and powerful communication skills on a wide diversity of subjects.
Dr. Stone was an internationally known lecturer on human potential. He taught for many years at the University of Hawaii on activating the powers of the mind. A MENSA member and graduate of MIT, Dr. Stone was elected to the New York Academy of Science. A Silva Method lecturer for 20 years and Ambassador-at-Large, he introduced the Silva Method to five nations and was honored with many Silva awards. He counseled hundreds of individuals around the world in self-healing, human relations, and problem-solving. He served as a volunteer advisor with SCORE of the U.S. Small Business Administration, President of the Honolulu Lodge of the Theosophical Society, and member of the Good Samaritan Advisory Board. He started a public relations practice on Long Island, New York, serving Boards of Education, businesses, and non-profit organizations, and was Editor of the Huntington Times.
He was born on Feb. 26, 1916 in New York and passed away on January 8, 1999 in Thailand.
Dr. Stone is survived by his wife Lola Stone, whose current writings can be seen at thoughtsoflola.wordpress.com. His son, Dennis Stone, has three children, Daniel, Jennifer, and Jessica. His step-daughter, Lynne Eliopoulos, has two children, Alexis and Stacy.
For inquiries regarding Dr. Stone's works, please contact Dennis Stone, firstname.lastname@example.org.