Radin creates two categories: the perceiving of objects or events beyond our ordinary sense capabilities and the triggering or influencing of action through mental powers. Radin aims to present simply and clearly the basic elements from science, psychology, and physics that prove the existence psychic phenomena. Given the tacit acceptance of psychic phenomena as "real," why do both government and mainstream science repudiate the claims and the evidence, yet continue to exploit them?
The Conscious Universe challenges our most basic assumptions about reality, those that exist in both the upper echelons of science and in the basic daily interactions. Its a mind-bending exploration of how and what we see. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
I was hoping that this book would go into more detail about the psychic world and not just talk about experiments.Published 10 months ago by Jennifer Boudreau
Ok, this is one of the worst books I have ever read.
Dean Radin purports to show us that numerous scientific studies have been done that positively show the existence of psi... Read more
This really is a wonderful book, which explains what parapsychologists think about ESP in simple, easy to understand terms. Read morePublished on Aug. 1 2003 by Pamela R. Heath
... it's what you do know that ain't so!
I've been seeing conflicting accounts of scientific evidence for psi
for years and years and really was of the mind that there... Read more
I just finished reading this book for the second time. It lives up to the goal, described by the author on the first pages: It proves that Psi exists. Read morePublished on June 9 2003
I think it is so cool that the great Larry Dossy responds to reader reviews. Sometimes the web is just great. Read morePublished on June 6 2003 by chimchimeneychimchimeny
Unfortunately, the review by jordico from Spain is misinformed because it neglects some of the most important psi-like events ever demonstrated -- controlled studies in distant... Read morePublished on March 5 2003 by Larry Dossey
First of all, I find it incredible that Dean Radin would give himself 5 out of 5 stars. That is just insanity. Read morePublished on Jan. 23 2003