Dean Radin brings parapsychology into mainstream science. The revolution has begun.
- Deepak Chopra MD, author of many bestsellers, including The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire; How to Know God; Ageless Body; Timeless Mind; The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success.
From the Einstein of consciousness research comes a work that could change forever how we view the nature of human consciousness and our origins and destiny. The implications of Radin's premises are majestic. His views strike at the heart of the notion of the isolated individual, and replace it with an image of the unity of all minds. Radin shows that togetherness does not have to be developed; it already exists and needs only to be realized. In a world seething with enmity, difference, and white-knuckled competition, It is difficult to imagine a more important contribution.
- Larry Dossey MD, author of such bestsellers as The Extraordinary Healing Power of Ordinary Things; Healing Words; Healing Beyond the Body; Reinventing Medicine; Be Careful What You Pray For; Prayer is Good Medicine; Healing Words; Meaning & Medicine; Recovering the Soul; Space, Time & Medicine.
It's rare to find a book that is simultaneously an enjoyable, clear and exciting read on the one hand and an authoritative reference text on the other, but Entangled Minds is one. Radin reports the latest findings in parapsychological research while showing ways they can fit into the expanded picture of reality that post-modern quantum physics gives us - and remembers the human importance of psychic phenomena while doing so!"
- Charles Tart PhD, psychologist, author of Altered States of Consciousness; Transpersonal Psychologies; Waking Up: Overcoming the Obstacles to Human Potential; Open Mind, Discriminating Mind; Living the Mindful Life; Body Mind Spirit: Exploring the Parapsychology of Spirituality; and Mind Science: Meditation Training for Practical People.
In this triumph of scientific imagination, Dean Radin shows in clear language how the mysteries of psychology and the mysteries of quantum mechanics may combine to point to a "new reality" that makes the most daring science fiction look tame by comparison.
- Michael Grosso PhD, psychologist, author of Experiencing the Next World Now; Soulmaking; The Final Choice; and The Millennium Myth.
As scientists we tend a precarious campfire in the midst of the great Jungle of Ignorance. Dean Radin's work is a reliable and trustworthy guide to important shapeshifting phenomena lying just outside that comfortable circle of light.
- Nick Herbert PhD, physicist, author of Quantum Reality, Faster Than Light, and Elemental Mind
A brilliant, probing, sensitive look at the interconnectedness of all things. Dean Radin is a fearless scientist and man of heart who's willing to take a stand about the enormity of human consciousness. Dean wants to wake us up, and I thank him for that. This book is a marvel, to be read and read again. Highly recommended.
- Judith Orloff MD, psychiatrist, author of Second Sight and Positive Energy
Dean Radin is one of the world's most innovative parapsychologists, but Entangled Minds is more than a discourse on parapsychology. This remarkable book proposes a new paradigm that challenges conventional perspectives on human nature as well as on the workings of the universe itself. It will enrage some readers, and provoke or intrigue others. But none of those who read "Entangled Minds" will go away bored!
- Stanley Krippner PhD, psychologist, co-editor of Varieties of Anomalous Experience: Examining the Scientific Evidence.
Radin's book is not for the scientifically faint of heart. No precognition is required to predict that hard-nosed skeptics will discount, or more likely simply ignore, the evidence that consciousness extends in ways currently unrecognized by mainstream science. However, it is similarly probable that an ever increasing number of open minded individuals, including rigorous scientists, will thoughtfully consider this sophisticatedly meta-analyzed evidence covering 1,019 published articles with (according to Radin) a combined probability against chance of 1.3x10104 to 1. There are really only three ways to account for such results: incredible incompetence, massive fraud, or something very interesting is going on. Radin persuasively argues for the latter, and I am inclined to concur.
- Jonathan Schooler PhD, Professor of Psychology, Canada Research Chair of Social Cognitive Science, University of British Columbia