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by Joseph Chilton Pearce

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ISBN:
0856290408
Author:
Joseph Chilton Pearce
Category:
New Age & Spirituality
Language:
English
Publisher:
Lyrebird Press Ltd; First Edition edition (March 22, 1973)
Pages:
224 pages
EPUB book:
1612 kb
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1849 kb
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1751 kb
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
573


Joseph Chilton Pearce (January 14, 1926 – August 23, 2016) was an American author of a number of books on human development and child . The Crack in the Cosmic Egg: New Constructs of Mind and Reality (2002).

The Crack in the Cosmic Egg: New Constructs of Mind and Reality (2002). The Biology of Transcendence: A Blueprint of the Human Spirit (2002).

Joseph Chilton Pearce (1926-2016) is the author of The Death of Religion and the Rebirth of the Spirit, The Biology of Transcendence, Magical Child, and Evolution’s En. Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase

Joseph Chilton Pearce (1926-2016) is the author of The Death of Religion and the Rebirth of the Spirit, The Biology of Transcendence, Magical Child, and Evolution’s End. For more than 35 years, he lectured and led workshops teaching about the changing needs of children and the development of human society. Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase. This is an excellent book. This American writer will help you reframe your perspective of reality.

This 1971 book I read in the late 1970s, and I have just reread it. The subject is mind and reality. Our consciousness and perceptions shape our reality, Pearce writes. The book looks at insights, the Eureka! moment of scientific discovery, and creativity in general.

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by Joseph Chilton Pearce & Thom Hartmann. Just as there is no loss of basic energy in the universe, so no thought or action is without its effects, present or ultimate, seen or unseen, felt or unfelt. Materials for High Temperature Power Generation and Process Plant Applications. He lived in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.

Joseph Chilton Pearce (1926-2016) is the author of The Death of Religion and the Rebirth of the Spirit, The Biology of Transcendence, Magical Child, and Evolution’s End. Библиографические данные. The Crack in the Cosmic Egg: New Constructs of Mind and Reality. Joseph Chilton Pearce.

Joseph Chilton Pearce. London: Lyrebird Press (1973). Reality Mind and body Thought and thinking Mind and reality. Similar books and articles. Consciousness and Objective Reality. This article has no associated abstract. Philosophy of Mind, Miscellaneous in Philosophy of Mind. categorize this paper). Thomas Nagel - 1994 - In Richard Warner & Tadeusz Szubka (ed., The Mind-Body Problem: A Guide to the Current Debate.

Joseph Chilton Pearce; Thom Hartmann. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. With a masterful synthesis of recent discoveries in physics, biology, and psychology, Pearce reveals the extraordinary relationship of mind and reality and nature's blueprint for a self-transcending humanity.

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  • Ffleg
Definitely a mind bender. This guy goes into great details about how different cultures and people have tried and tested the theory of relative "gods" that are really appearant and how Christianity is really just one of many forms of "faith" in something called "god." The aborigines, the monks, the christians, and all of the rest of the people believing they have the reason for living simply and contently knowing they know the "one true God." This book opens up a world of well researched ideas and evidence that will leave you doing more research for finding this source that make these people do these "Miraculous" things.

Although it is hard to get used to the jargon he uses, his vocabulary is pretty intense, you can see how well it is used about half way through the book. Alot of things to look up just for references but my problem was getting mixed up in the different thought allegories. Definitely not for the light reader. 4 stars because the ending was a real dud... in my book.
  • THOMAS
This is an old book—going back into the '50s, I think. Pearce is interested in how the human mind, or should I say human consciousness, affects external reality. He covers the range between those who discover that they are capable of firewalking and cosmic scientific discoveries. His thesis is that when individuals and groups of individuals focus mind and effort sufficiently, it becomes possible for some unknown or unrecognized or as yet undiscovered aspect of reality can come into being and can be recognized by the rest of us. He presents what are to me, many convincing examples of how this focusing of consciousness can work.
  • Tane
This is an excellent book. This American writer will help you reframe your perspective of reality. Goes well with Sufi teaching stories and other approaches to shake up your view of how the world "really" is.
  • Sironynyr
I like the book very much, and have wanted to read it for 30 years. Some of the concepts seem a little dated now, but are still applicable.
  • Quashant
To remind myself of why I was intrigued with it the first time. Interesting in re-treading concepts that have become second nature to me now, after 40 more years of life experience, that were like one of Chilton's "Eureka" moments to me then.
  • Vozuru
The energy is all around and within all. A good way to see the universe and how everything is connected.
  • Rrd
Starts great and states some interesting things but it seems to be mostly repetitive till its end.
I also read this book in the seventies when I was 17 years old and it stuck with me for years even though I didn't understand most of it. Now I have read it again after retiring and it still is an awesome read. It gives me a foundation for what I have felt and thought for years.