In their explorations, they discuss in real terms and experiential evidence with a degree of scientific objectivity particular Spiritualist concepts and other religious philosophies espousing life-after-death, spirit world existence, lucid dreaming, self-hypnosis and hypnotherapies, mediumship, meditation, and so much more. A world of possibilities, either with personal grieving, healing, and closure or philosophical and spiritual development, I found this read to be an informative sharing of experiences in spirit communication, mediumship, and healing.
Techniques and meditations reminiscent of Mirror-gazing and Scrying, as well as self-hypnosis akin to what we saw in the Christopher Reeves & Jane Seymore movie Somewhere in Time, this book reflects on the very real experiences of participants.
We wonder... Is it all in my head? To which there are many philosophical and metaphysical responses, the best of which I heard from renowned wisdom-keeper Sandra Ingerman. She encouraged us that if your mind says it's all in your head, don't argue with yourself. It is your imagination. But experience it anyway. The argument, the conflict... that is what keeps the experience from opening up within you, or from being useful and meaningful to you after the fact.
Cheers to a good fireside read on a cold winter night!