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In this book, Horgan beautifully details his quest to find the relationship between mystical experiences. God, Enlightenment, and the meaning of life. Read morePublished 28 days ago by A Halaw
Science Journalist John Horgan has also written books such as The End Of Science: Facing The Limits Of Knowledge In The Twilight Of The Scientific Age, The Undiscovered Mind: How... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steven H Propp
It's somewhat interesting to hear stories from various modern contemplatives, but overall it's a disappointing wishy-washy tail of one man's journey from not understanding... Read morePublished 7 months ago by RationalHuman
Horgan gives a scientific look at varieties of mystical experience, without William James' naivete, but without rejecting "spirituality" in a humanistic sense.Published 13 months ago by S. J. Snyder
if i remember correctly, this book was interesting yet needed some editing to make it cleaner and less meanderingPublished 19 months ago by Laura Cummins
This book is a delight! It is truly wonderful how John Horgan explains his approach and executes a strong case!
I recommend this book to all seekers of the topic! Read more
I stumbled upon this book in the Library years ago. I think back on my studies on religion and Mysticism and I have to admit it all started for me with this book. Read morePublished on October 31, 2013 by Richard Corral
I liked this book. What I really appreciated were the series of perspectives offered by the various interviewees. Read morePublished on December 25, 2012 by Manu Mukasa
i normally do not have the time to write reviews, but really this book was so disappointing.
there were potentially many very intriguing topics, issues and different... Read more