1. Baxter, Clyde. The Secret
Life of Cells and The Secret Life of Plants. Baxter
is a polygraph expert who retired after many years in law enforcement. He
discovered, quit by accident, that he could communicate with plants when he
hooked his lie detector equipment to a house plant. Baxter's research
verified that plants react to human intent. They register joy when about to
be watered or pain if their human caretaker thinks about destroying them.
Their reaction to positive and/or negative energy can be measured.
2. Myss, Caroline, PH.D. Anatomy of
the Spirit. Myss is internationally
sought after speaker on health, spirituality, and personal power. She lives
in Chicago. Myss is a pioneer in the field of
energy medicine. She is also a healer and gifted medical intuitive.
3. Pearsall, Paul, PH.D. The
Heart's Code. "A fascinating synthesis of ancient wisdom,
modern medicine, scientific research and personal experience that proves
that the human heart, not the brain, hold the secrets that link body, mind,
and spirit." Pearsall's book is chucked full of amazing anecdotes
that describe how the lives of heart transplant recipients changed to
reflect the habits and interests of their organ donor.
One example: A young Hispanic male received the heart of a medical
student killed in a traffic accident. A former lover of heavy metal music,
this man now loves fifties rock-and-roll (a favorite of the medical
student). Also, the recipient abandoned his health-conscious vegetarian
life style and began to eat meat and fatty foods after his surgery. Later
he discovered that these foods were favorites of his donor. The young man
suddenly began using the word "copacetic". A word his mother did
not understand and had never heard before. Later, they learned that this
term was often used by the medical student to signal everything's OK.
"Biologist Lyall Watson suggested that
physical items with which we are in intimate contact can indeed take on our
emotional fingerprints and store our thoughts and feelings. If plants and
inanimate objects can store our feelings and thoughts, it is possible that
our body organs, which are most intimately connected to us, also contain
our emotional imprints." (p. 120)
4. Talbot, Michael. The
Holographic Universe New York: Harper Perennial, c 1991. Quantum
physics supports interconnectedness. Talbot's premise "The idea that
consciousness and life (and indeed all things are enfolded throughout the
universe) has an equally dazzling flip side. Just as every portion of a
hologram contains the image of the whole, every portion of the universe
enfolds the whole. Our universe is a hologram!
5. Redfield, Jame.
The Celestine Prophecy, The Eleventh Insight
and The Secret of Shambhala. New
York: Time Warner, c. 1993, 1996, 1999. This action packed series is
anchored in topics of human spiritual awareness. The books also touch on
conserving our last remaining wilderness areas. Michael Crichton and other
modern fiction writers also use the mind, body and spirit connection and
quantum physics as a base for their stories
David R, M.D., Ph.D. Power
vs. Force: the hidden determinants of human behavior.
Sedona, Ariz:Veritas Pub, c 1995. The evolution
of this work, which began in 1965, was fostered by developments in numerous
scientific fields-but a few of them were of special importance...
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