BooksConsciousness & Psychology
Mystical Experience in 30 Days:
The Higher Consciousness Program
Keith Harary, Ph.D. & Patricia Weintraub
Who Do You Think You Are? The Berkeley Personality Profile
Keith Harary, Ph.D. & Eileen Donahue, Ph.D.
Margins of Reality:
The Role of Consciousness in the Physical World
Robert K. Jahn & Brenda J. Dunne
The Variety of Religious Experience|
The Dilemma of Psychology:
A Psychologist Looks at His Troubled Profession
How to Meditate: A Guide to Self-Discovery|
The Holographic Universe
William James on Exceptional Mental States|
Safe, simple exercises to induce mystical experiences.
90 pp., pbk., 1991, St. Martin's Press
A unique new method of personality assessment.
215 pp., pbk, 1995, Harper San Francisco
From a decade of research at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Laboratory, the authors present a fundamental reevaluation of human consciousness and physics: the ability of the mind to affect physical devices; definitive evidence of psychokinesis from repeatable laboratory experiments.
427 pp., 1987, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
Classic work on human consciousness by the incomparable William James. An objective exploration of the ineffable - documenting, through many anecdotal accounts, the various facets of religious experience.
534 pp., pbk., 1985, Penguin
Challenges traditional viewpoints and methodology of psychologists and psychotherapists; questions the effectiveness of standard treatments.
203 pp., cloth, 1990, E.P. Dutton
An easy-to-follow and realistic approach to the therapeutic benefits of meditation; includes specific programs and exercises.
161 pp., pbk., 1974, Bantam
Explores how our concepts of time, personality and consciousness can be altered by holographic dimensions perceived through the study of quantum physics; provides a rational physical explanation for many paranormal experiences.
320 pp., pbk., 1991, Harper-Collins
Reconstruction of James' classic 1896 Lowell Lectures on the subconscious mind: dreams and hypnotism, multiple personality, demoniacal possession, witchcraft, degeneration and genius.
222, pbk., 1982, University of Massachusetts Press