131. Books on parapsychological and occult methods
Susan Shumsky The Big Book of Chakras and Chakra Healing: How to Unlock Your Seven Energy Centers for Healing, Happiness, and Transformation, 2019.
Using Tantric and Vedic literature to talk about the role of the subtle energy system in the body, Susan Shumsky provides a guide to help you heal blockages, understand kundalini energy, access your chakras, and keep your energy field healthy.
133. Books on specific topics in parapsychology and the occult
Steve Miller Near-Death Experiences as Evidence for the Existence of God and Heaven: A Brief Introduction in Plain Language, 2012.
Professor and skeptic J. Steve Miller examines the evidence for the existence of God. Then, after carefully reviewing the evidence, he revises his opinions.
Michael Newton Destiny of Souls: New Case Studies of Life Between Lives, 2000.
Michael Newton, a certified Master Hypnotherapist, spent his career regressing his clients to former lives. In this book, he focuses on the revealed material that related what happens to our souls’ in-between lives.
Mary Beth Norton In the Devil’s Snare: The Salem Witchcraft Crisis of 1692, 2002.
Historian Mary Beth Norton retells the events of the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692 through the participants’ eyes.
John Russell A Knock in the Attic: True Ghost Stories & Other Spine-Chilling Paranormal Adventures, 2021.
At age six, internationally known psychic John Russell became aware that he had unusual gifts. By age eighteen, he became a professional psychic. In his memoir, he relates what it was like to encounter a ghost at age five and to see a UFO in Roswell, New Mexico. By sharing his contacts with other worlds, he helps you believe that reality is much more than it seems.
Stuart A. Vyse Believing in Magic: The Psychology of Superstition, 1997.
Behavioral scientist Stuart A. Vyse asserts we all need instruction in decision analysis and critical thinking because we tend to default to superstitious beliefs in the face of anxiety. He also suggests alternative ways to deal with life’s uncertainties.
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