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  • Series: Studies in Consciousness
  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing (November 1, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1571743111
  • ISBN-13: 978-1571743114
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Cassandra Barnes on May 4, 2003
Format: Paperback
Hampton Roads Publishing Company has begun
to reissue classical metaphysical texts in their
new series, Studies in Consciousness/Russell Targ
Editions. Mind to Mind, originally written by
telepathy researcher Rene Warcollier, is one of
the first classics chosen for the series.
Ingo Swann has written a new preface for this
edition, noting that while Warcollier's 1948 book is
still valid, "it is useful to partially reset
Warcollier's seminal work into a larger, and now more
inclusive, historical overview." For one thing, little
was known in Warcollier's time about psychic phenomena.
Additionally, Warcollier's pioneering research has
withstood the test of time.
Contemporary physicist and psychic researcher
Russell Targ, along with Jane Katra, Ph.D., wrote an
interpretive introduction, which describes current
investigations into remote viewing, distant healing,
prayer, and self inquiry. They "conclude that the
scientific and spiritual implications of psychic
abilities are evident in the continually unfolding
mystery of the space-time in which we live."
The remainder of the book details Warcollier's
meticulous experiments, which provided "impressive
scientific evidence for the untapped power of human
consciousness." He was a chemical engineer, who became
interested in telepathy after studying psychology. He
sought to answer questions about what information is
actually transmitted during telepathy, how it's
transmitted, and its relation to the unconscious. He
eventually collaborated with researchers worldwide,
including the United States.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ralph Goodwin on September 1, 2008
Format: Paperback
What Did I Get Out of the Read?
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I have a better understanding of the main ways the telepathic transmission/perception process affects the received results. I have a better understanding of how our understanding of telepathy has developed.

Why Would You Want to Read This?
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1. Historical understanding of telepathic research.
2. Deeper understanding of the telepathic process.

What Did I Think of the Book?
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Warcollier assigns the variations between Target sketch and the telepathically received sketch into twelve different categories, explaining the nature of the categories, and, in some cases, suggesting the source of the variation. This analysis over a number of experimenters is the important historical contribution of the book.

In reading, you need to stay aware that the book is a snapshot of the understanding of telepathy at a point in time, post world war II. It was then thought that telepathy and clairvoyance had two different mechanisms, and the text reflects this. It now seems to be recognised that that one mechanism is sufficient to explain both.

Despite the interesting material, I struggled with this book. I attribute that to several factors:

1. The material has lost some of its impact in the conversion from university lecture format to book format.

2. The translation from French to English is somewhat cumbersome, (highlighted by contrast with my previous read "Mental Radio" by Pulitzer prize winner, Upton Sinclair).

3. It is a historical work from Europe, and uses terms I am unfamiliar with (being Australian with a paranormal background based mainly on the hegemonic US paradigms.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By RMorrison on October 5, 2010
Format: Paperback
Having read several books by Joseph McMoneagle I always make note of the books that Joseph recommends and after ordering and reading I see why Joseph recommended this book.
This book explained some things that I had wondered about and Rene Warcollier's definition of telepathy is one of the best I have found.
Highly recommended if one wants to better understand telepathy.
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If you practice or follow Remote Viewing this book will show you how incredibly far we've come. Almost nothing was known about psi back when this thinking was done in the early part of the century, at least by scientists. Swann, Puthoff and Targ wanted to develop the ability for people to have on-demand, (mostly) noise-free psychic experiences that yielded useful information, something Targ was fond of saying was straight out of the Yoga Sutras by Patanjali. Swann, Puthoff and Targ advanced the "applied" psychic field immensely. The work in Mind to Mind is okay, the experiments are interesting, the speculations were somewhat interesting, the known cases of psi functioning were interesting, but mostly the book raised a lot of questions and pointed out the need for much more research. CRV is light years beyond the work Warcollier did, and it's available to us now, free. I am hugely impressed by the work Swann, Puthoff and Targ did, along with the other contributors. It is nothing short of amazing. So for me this book mostly gives you a historical perspective on how far we've come.
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By Kay F Gibbs on August 12, 2014
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An important book on telepathy and entanglements.
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