by Jim B. Tucker, MD
It is clear that for many of these kids this is not a game of make-believe but very important and meaningful for them. They talk about the people they miss. Some of the children cry daily to be taken to someone they say is their real family.
by Jason K. Norris, PhD(c)
Sound is the breath of life, the heart of this ever-evolving symphony – musical vibrations pulsing through us like blood. Together, Vedic and Orisha traditions lay a firm foundation for understanding the soteriology of sound. At the root of each of these practices are the ideas that direct and immediate transformation can occur through sound and that it is all held within community.
by Tam Hunt
Is life something that, like obscenity, we know when we see it? This intuitive approach may be good enough for many people, but science seeks definitions in order to get a better handle on the phenomena being studied.
by Steve Volk
The finding of an as yet undiscovered sensory capacity might force us to question all kinds of scientific truths – in physics and neuroscience, just for starters. So, the thinking goes, the evidence provided for telepathy must be as extraordinary as the claim itself.