Check out a (good 🙂 review of Application of Impossible Things, and some other good essays at: http://lifelearningtoday.com (cheers Kris!) ___________________________________
Jim Szpajcher Book Review: Application of Impossible Things by Natalie Sudman I read this slim volume, which on the surface of the text was an account of her experiences while in an expanded state of consciousness as a result of being in an IED blast in Iraq. She packs a lot of data into herContinue reading “Review of Application of Impossible Things”
Check out this interview with afterlifetv.com – thanks Bob Olson! http://www.youtube.com/embed/dVz6Zv3_IWk?rel=0
An interview re Application of Impossible Things is posted here: http://firstchurchofmetaphor.org/ Thanks Laura Deal …! (psd men and Iraq battle buddies might want to skip straight to the tenth and eleventh questions 🙂 _______________________________________________________________________
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When I first began specifically searching out books on the expanded awareness, paranormal, psi, and related subjects, I was turned off. The shelves are stuffed with Do-It-Yourself 10 step, 3 step, truth and magic moments. I had no way of discerning what was good. what was fluff, or what was flat-out junk. If you haveContinue reading “Recommended Reading”
I grew up in the Presbyterian church. It was a liberal congregation, with an unusually open-minded, curious and lively pastoral staff. It was, however, Christian. Good and evil, predestination (Presbyterians – what can I say), saved and unsaved, rules of behavior, dogma of thought … While I valued very highly the community of the church, and theContinue reading “Christianity & Spirituality: Paul Rademacher’s “A Spiritual Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Universe””