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Reviewer call closed

By Psyche | March 4, 2011 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | Leave a Comment

Pile O'Books to reviewThanks to everyone who responded to the call for reviewers on; that call is now closed.

We had a great response with more than a dozen people responding, and a good portion of the piles you see to your left have been sent off to the new review team. The reviews have already started coming back, which is excellent. Thanks guys!

While we’re on the subject, it’s been a couple of months since we last did a links round up of the reviews on our sister site, so here’s what’s new:

And wow, that’s more than I had originally thought there were. Check ‘em out, see what’s new and worthwhile and maybe you’ll find something you like.

The Akashic Experience, edited by Ervin Laszlo

By Cole Tucker | November 12, 2010 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | 1 Comment

The Akashic Experience: Science and the Cosmic Memory Field, edited by Ervin Laszlo
Inner Traditions, 9781594772986, 288 pp., 2009

The Akashic Experience presents a series of accounts dealing with the intrusion of nonlocal events into everyday life. Ervin Laszlo, systems theorist, philosopher of science, concert pianist and recipient of two nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize, has gathered individual contributors from a range of fields to recount their experiences. Contributors include Alex Grey, Stanislav Grof and – most surprising to me – Raffi Cavoukian, the children’s musician.

The main thrust of the book is aimed at establishing the existence and utility of the akashic experience. Laszlo defines this as a “lived experience that conveys a thought, an image, or an intuition that was not, and very likely could not have been, transmitted by our senses at the time it happened or at anytime beforehand.”

The collected reports include Continue reading »