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Seems like Stan was in the middle or the edge of most of them, and he probably was.
Anyway, thought the book was a thought provoking read but good conceptual content and is open to later validation by each reader by their own direct experiences.
The book covers a diverse set of extraordinary events in our physical reality from synchronicity to reincarnation to ESP.
read this book if you want to know more about who you are, why you are here and what is beyond the veil of common accepted sciencePublished 7 months ago by Geo Serban
I was actually dismayed by this book. I was hoping for more than just descriptions of Dr. Grof's internal experiences. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dr. Annette Vaillancourt
Well-told stories about important events. If you weren't connected in some way to this branch of late 20th-Century history, you could think Stan was just name-dropping in some of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by J. Buss
This book was a mind blowing read where Stan recalls some of the extraordinary states of consciousness he and his patients witnessed over the years of his exploration and practice... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Brizdaz
Before Terence McKenna, there was Stan Groff. The only difference is that Groff is a respectable academic who can easily think outside the confides of the peer review. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Halifax Student Account
Grof shares some of his most intimate and important moments in history in a narrative that is awesome and inspiring. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ruth Angela
The author takes us on a journey through a lifetime of experiences of things that transformed his original more materialistic world view into something more transpersonal. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kevin Bohacz - bestselling techno-thriller author
This was the first book by the much-lauded Grof I tried reading, but I was very disappointed, not by the subject matter, which I still find very interesting, but by the lack of... Read morePublished on October 21, 2011 by Glenn Corey
I enjoyed the reading as a causal storybook, as there is no in depth exploration or explanation of the "impossible" other than "collective unconsciousness". Read morePublished on October 4, 2011 by Oneorigin