Raymond A. Moody Jr. ã 6 Summary
Eunions Visionary PDF or with departed family members friends and lovers Moody has achieved astonishing results with subjects in call. An intriguing study of the psychology of grief mirror gazing and the road to emotional health The historical account of psychomanteums and various processes in the matter of the psychology of hallucination versus legitimate experience are unmatched A bit apologetic here and there
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Encounters with ePUB #9734 Moody goes beyond his bestselling Life After Life to explore the methods by which the living can commune R. An interesting idea I admit especially considering that as mentioned mirror gazing has a long history I just don t buy that you can create an encounter with a deceased loved one using a mirror Call me closed minded but chanting three times calling Bloody Mary did not work for me as a kid Due to that I doubt calling my loved one s name would work as well
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Ing forth the spirits Visionary Encounters with PDFEPUB #196 of the dead Now he shares his remarkable findings with readers everywher. Very interesting ideas concerning mirror gazing and its role through history However most interesting to me was the parallels I saw with the LDS temple experience though with caveats Whereas the temple is a place where the worshiper comes to commune with God and seek His audience the psychomanteum is a place to commune with spirits andor the unconscious self But the preparatory elements are present in both removing the location from time putting it in a space that is both beautiful and outside of normal life The mirrors that are used as focui in the psychomanteum are also present in the temple though it is explained they have different meanings by authority figures The book raises the uestion in the reader that perhaps they both are used for the same purposeMoody also discusses how mirror gazing can be used to draw the unconscious mind out and he acknowledges that the messages can be misleading if not interpreted correctly The author ins