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Beauregard makes an excellent case for the soul especially in his peer-reviewed literature that backs up phenomenological placebo effects with respected science journals. Read morePublished 15 days ago by JD
I read the intro and first chapter, expecting to see a presentation based on science and research. Instead, the authors basically used those pages as an attempt to discredit (bash... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rev JSM
While I appreciate this topic and this writer's perspective, I have been spoiled by Steven Meyer's writing style. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Allen
There’s a phrase commenting on a book attributed to Samuel Johnson, or Voltaire, or to any of a long list of others;
“Your manuscript is both good and original; but the... Read more
Absolutely brilliant. A challenge to the current fashion in scientific materialism, based on good data, without any religious ranting of any kind. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Rand B. Lee
Helps me understand why practice at meditation and prayer bring so much more experience.
And as a neuroscientist by training, i appreciate this academic look at the... Read more
this book provides a mature thought provoking look into spirituality from the neuroscience perspective and it's ability to be scientifically studied. I enjoyed it allPublished 15 months ago by jrawlins
I always thought that science was limited in its enquiry, just to material matters. This book has opened my mind to the possibility that science might just be able to reach beyond... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Brad Wrightson