Tiller, William A., Dibble, Walter E., and Fandel, J. Gregory. 2005. Some Science Adventures with Real Magic.
The term, "subtle energy medicine" has become a popular, albeit confusing catchword because it covers time-tested approaches and therapies, as well as a multitude of specious devices and products offered by entrepreneurs, impostors and misguided zealots, though well meaning in their intentions. A major obstacle to progress in this area has been the lack of scientific studies to support the various claims and a scarcity of knowledge about the mechanisms of action that might reconcile any beneficial effects This book provides a breakthrough by showing how human intention can vigorously affect physical properties and "how this energy can be stored on a low-tech electronic device to produce the same results at different locations and at other times." It explains how these "real magic" results are achieved based on principles of quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, physics and electromagnetism In Some Science Adventures with Real Magic, Tiller and his co-authors attempt to bridge the gap between mainstream science and the frontiers of knowledge about healing and the nature of reality in which it is entrenched.
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|Date:||Jun 22, 2005|
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