Thinking this week about how my book Skol has had almost no sales, it occurred to me that I might turn that into something positive. For since I first published the book, I have noticed a few things I would like to change. Why not go back and change them? As soon as I had … Continue reading Sorry – I’m returning to the 23rd century|My book Skol is on hold till I get back
This is a question that always makes me impatient. I've dealt with it before in my book The Shyness Guide and in previous posts, but I have to say more. Some dreams are meaningful, some aren't. Some hint at meanings, but refuse to reveal them. Yet most people either want to find meaning in all … Continue reading Dreams | What do they mean?
When I did a recent free release of the new Shyness Guide ebook recently, I discovered to my dismay that all versions of it - kindle, tablet and phone - had an excess of space between paragraphs. I apologize again to anyone who downloaded it that way. This was my fault, not Kindle Direct Publishing … Continue reading The Shyness Guide ebook restored
In my book The Shyness Guide, I discuss The Pipestone Wolves, a book by animal behaviorist Gunter Bloch about a family of wolves that lived in Canada's Banff National Park. In explaining wolves, Bloch writes about the shyness that is common in many of them. But he has a concept of shyness that is different. … Continue reading Shyness and Wolves
This week we were informed on internet news sites that in his posthumous book Brief Answers to the Big Questions, Stephen Hawking has left us the message that there is no God. According to the report I read, this was a "bombshell". Well, as far as I'm concerned, it wasn't even news, since Hawking declared … Continue reading Paranormal World | Stephen Hawking says there is no God
Yes, after a prolonged delay that I won't try to explain, I have finally got the ebook for sale on Amazon. This week, from Wed Oct 10 to Sunday Oct 14, you can download it FREE at any Amazon site (see below). The Shyness Guide is not just a different look at shyness. It's a … Continue reading The Shyness Guide ebook is here
If I was asked to choose an investigator to look into some inexplicable paranormal phenomenon - from a pool that included maybe a clinical psychologist, a quantum physicist, a neuroscientist, a mathematician, and a lawyer - who do you think I would choose? The lawyer, as long as he or she had trial experience. Why? … Continue reading Paranormal World |reincarnation children | Jagdish Chandra the wrestler
Well, dreams are real phenomena. But most people don't get this. In the western world, dreams are either seen as something secondary to the lives we lead every day, a kind of shadow world cast by events in our real lives, or as something even less than that - chaotic meaningless fantasies unrelated to daily … Continue reading Dreams | Are they real?
It isn't often talked about, but the biggest paranormal phenomenon of all might be the Mind. Of course, our minds are not considered to be paranormal because everyone (well, almost everyone) has experienced their own mind. So we all agree that the mind exists. But science has never been able explain how the billions of … Continue reading Paranormal World |the Mind