Dreams, Telepathy, and Various States of Consciousness

Krippner, Stanley; Fracasso, Cheryl
March 2011
NeuroQuantology;Mar2011, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the authors discuss various reports published within the issue including "BioPhysics at Death: Three Hypotheses with Potential Application," by Michael Persinger and Linda St. Pierre, "Shamanism and the Evolutionary Origins of Spirituality and Healing," by Michael Winkelman and "Visions, Hallucinations, and Dreams in the Context of Body Wisdom and Chaos Theory," by Ken Bausch.


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