Category: Study of Mind and Consciousness

Consciousness Unbound: Liberating Mind from the Tyranny of Materialism

Building on the groundbreaking research of Irreducible Mind and Beyond Physicalism, Edward Kelly and Paul Marshall gather a cohort of leading scholars to address the most recent advances in the…

Living Mindfully Across the Lifespan: An Intergenerational Guide

Living Mindfully Across the Lifespan: An Intergenerational Guide provides user-friendly, empirically supported information about using consciousness modalities such as meditation and mindfulness to address issues in daily life. In the…

Mind Beyond Brain: Buddhism, Science, and the Paranormal

In Mind Beyond Brain,  neuroscientist David E. Presti, together with the distinguished researchers at the UVA Division of Perceptual Studies, engage in the exploration of how evidence for phenomena—such as near-death experiences, apparent memories…

Can We Describe the Mind?

In his 1980 Presidential Address to the Parapsychological Association, Dr. Stevenson discusses the properties of minds and speculates about the implications of these for the nature of survival after death.…

Science, the Self, and Survival after Death: Selected Writings of Ian Stevenson

A collection of Dr. Ian Stevenson’s writing, edited by Emily Williams Kelly PhD.  Ian Stevenson was a prominent and internationally-known psychiatrist, researcher, prolific author, and well-regarded figure in the field of…

Irreducible Mind: Toward a Psychology for the 21st Century

Current mainstream scientific opinion holds that all aspects of human mind and consciousness are generated by physical processes occurring in the brain.  This book presents empirical evidence that this reductive…

A World in a Grain of Sand: The Clairvoyance of Stefan Ossowiecki

Dr. Ian Stevenson has collaborated with Mary Rose Barrington and Zofia Weaver to produce this book about Polish engineer and industrialist, Stefan Ossowiecki (1877-1944) who was perhaps the most gifted psychic to…

Telepathic Impressions: A Review and Report of 35 New Cases

Impression cases are those which involve no visual images, but only an impression (strong emotion, physical symptoms, etc.) that something is happening to another person who is a considerable distance…