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The Sense of Being Stared At by Rupert Sheldrake

The Sense of Being Stared At by Rupert Sheldrake

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The Sense of Being Stared At

And Other Aspects of the Extended Mind

by Rupert Sheldrake

Hutchinson, 2003, [First Edition], ISBN 0091794633, hardcover, dustjacket

Near Fine Condition, minor edge and shelf wear, minor rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, no inscriptions, age toned pages, dustjacket shows minor edge and shelf wear, minor creasing and rubbing to edges (See photographs)

“Have you ever had the feeling of being watched?  Over 80% of the population have experienced the sense of being stared at.  Conversely, most people have found they can make others uneasy by looking at them, even from behind.  Recent experiments have provided hugely significant evidence for the reality of this sense.  Somehow our intentions, and our attention, reach out to touch what we are looking at.  Our minds are not confined to our brains.
Once the influence of the mind is admitted to extend beyond the head, other seemingly mysterious phenomena begin to make sense.  Such as telepathy, phantom limbs, and mind over matter effects.
Sheldrake shows that telepathy depends on social bonds.  He traces its evolution from the connections between members of animal groups such as flocks, schools, and packs.  In the modern world telepathy occurs most commonly just before telephone calls.  Sheldrake summarizes startling new experimental evidence for the reality of telephone telepathy and shows how readers can do tests for themselves.”

 

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