|Volume 8: Number 1: Article 3|
by Larry Dossey
Co-chair, Panel on Mind/Body Interventions, Office of Alternative Medicine, National Institutes of Health
Volume 8: Number 1: Page 73
Although intra- and interpersonal influences have long been acknowledged in medical science to affect an individual's health both positively and negatively, the impact of non-local, transpersonal influences are generally denied in contemporary medical science.
The present paper examines anecdotal,
clinical, and experimental evidence suggesting that non-local,
influences may exist, and that these may exert a
negative and even fatal impact on human health. The possible
of these negative influences to scientific findings in other anomalous
areas, such as the studies in human/machine interaction at the Princeton
Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Laboratory, are discussed.
author concludes that the evidence favoring the existence of
negative, transpersonal influences is considerable, and that the
implications for medical research and clinical practice are profound.
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