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Out-of-the-Body Experiences

If someone can perceive his surroundings in an apparently normal way, but from a position which is different from that of his physical body, this is a matter which our theories of sensory perception cannot afford to ignore. How is it that someone can continue functioning in an apparently normal way while his 'consciousness' is concerned only in watching his movements from an external point?

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£12.95

9780900076015


Publisher       Institute of Psychophysical Research

Author           Celia Green

 ISBN                9780900076015          

Format            143 mm x 222 mm

Binding            Hardback

If someone can perceive his surroundings in an apparently normal way, but from a position which is different from that of his physical body, this is a matter which our theories of sensory perception cannot afford to ignore. We have also to consider whether someone who has emotional and intellectual experiences while his physical body is unresponsive to external stimuli should be said to be 'conscious' or 'unconscious'; how is it that someone can continue functioning in an apparently normal way while his 'consciousness' is concerned only in watching his movements from an external point; and what evidence of extrasensory perception is provided by the information obtained by the subjects of out-of-the-body experiences.

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