January 7, 2005
Becoming Psychic: Spiritual Lessons for Focusing Your Hidden Abilities
By Stephen Kierulff and Stanley Krippner
Publisher: New Page Books (September 2004)
Pages: 256 - Price: $14.99
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an intriguing analysis of the nature of psi. The proof for psychic phenomena is accurate and convincing, and it will delight the curiosity of those keenly interested in the paranormal.
This is a lively and informed dialogue between a clinical psychologist and a research psychologist/parapsychologist. There are detailed instructions for developing psychic skills. The five major areas covered include mind-reading, remote viewing, the ability to move matter with mind, the distant healing of physical ills, and seeing the future.
A highly readable book, the writing style is one that pulls the reader along with its unique perspectives on various topics. This is a book that holds the reader's attention.
Stephen Kierulff, Ph.D., has a private psychotherapy practice in southern California. Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., is professor psychology at Saybrook Graduate School in San Francisco, California and the author and coauthor of many books.
Well-written, informative, and enjoyable, this book will find a large reading audience. It is one of the best looks at the nature of psi currently published.
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