Review From User :
A materialistic neuroscientist comes to a realization of universal consciousness based on the evidence.
Marjorie Woollocott is a neuroscientist who teaches at the University of Oregon. She has done research and examined the research of others.
The book left a few lingering questions in my mind for further study:
The lucid memory at a time of brain inactivity associated with near-death experiences, the accurate memories of another lifetime in cases suggestive of reincarnation, the inexplicable power and suddenness of mystical experiences, and in psychic experiences, the implied interconnections between individuals with no physical links.
I read Anita Moorjani's Dying to Be Me following this book and have several more on the same subject added to by to-read list.
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