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Started by Deb, September 12, 2020, 06:26:50 PM
Quote from: DebThen in 1997 Schwartz spoke at a conference in California, and afterwards visited a psychiatrist friend who lived nearby. His friend mentioned a woman, Laurie, who appeared to be able to communicate with the dead and was very accurate. Out of curiosity, Schwartz decided to meet her and got some unsolicited and very accurate information immediately. He wanted to redirect her away from himself and thinking about Susy Smith, he asked Laurie if she could receive information from a man named William James. Laurie didn't know who that was, but then her voice deepened and began what Schwartz called "my first trance mediumship session." Schwartz: "For almost fifteen minutes, this simple woman with no advanced education delivered a polished lecture on philosophy and soul science."
Quote from: jbsethAlso, he must really like that quote from William James about the disproving the law that all crows are black, because he also used it in the "Truth about Medium" book at the beginning of the Introduction.
Quote from: SenaI was attracted to this chapter: "THE FIVE WORDS THAT CHANGED MY LIFE". It is a story about the psychologist Linda and the medium Laurie:
Quote from: DebBy the way, I couldn't access the article in your link, I got a message that EBSCO is only permitted to "patrons of subscribing institutions." Is the article in PDF form? Any way you can download it and attach it here?
Quote from: SenaDeb, the file is too big to upload here, so I have put it on mediafire:
Quote from: jbsethOn at least 2 separate occasions, Jane herself attempted to contact a survival personality. In TES8, Sessions 389 through 392, we learn about this. Like several other things having to do with Seth, Jane or Rob, I never knew about this until I read the TES books.
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