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The Medium, the Mystic, and the Physicist: Toward a General Theory of the Paranormal
|The author argues that although PK and ESP do not make sense within the framework of sense-based reality, they do fit in with an equally valid view of reality that he terms "clairvoyant reality." He describes this reality based on views of mediums, mystics, and physicists who seem to be saying the same thing. LeShan tells how he put the theory of clairvoyant reality to the test by using its postulates to become a healer. He describes his success both in healing and in teaching others to heal.|
|Publisher Information:||New York: Viking, 1974. 299p. Chapter notes; 5 tables|
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