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Entangled Minds: Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality by Dean Radin

Dean Radin surveys laboratory findings that clearly point to the existence of psi: the ability of consciousness to gain information anomalously, and to influence the physical world. Radin discusses several theories behind the functioning of psi, and explores the scientific and personal implications of these discoveries.

Margins of Reality: The Role of Consciousness in the Physical World by Brenda J. Dunne and Robert G. Jahn

A truly pioneering work, Dunne and Jahn draw on a decade of work at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research laboratory, to challenge the current rift between physics and metaphysics. A highly interdiciplinary book, it is accessable to academic and casual readers alike.

The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World by Lynne McTaggart

Lynne McTaggart summarizes the body of research exploring the power of human intention and how it might be put to work for the benefit of the planet.


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The PEAR Proposition by Aaron Michels

The PEAR Proposition is a 3-disc set that provides an overview of the research conducted at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research lab, and a more detailed understanding of the twenty-eight year history of this work. It includes a DVD tour of the lab, eight hours of lectures given to students at Princeton University by Professor Robert Jahn and others, audio interviews, and a number of additional features.

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