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The Way of the Explore-Edgar Mitchell

The Way of the Explore-Edgar Mitchell

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“Edgar Mitchell’s ‘dyadic model’ is a breakthrough in the scientific under-standing of reality.”
Dr. Ervin Laszlo
, founder and president of international think tankThe Club of Budapest, and author of 
Science and the Akashic Field 
“Originally scheduled for the ill-fated Apollo 13 mission, Mitchell, as toldin this smooth blend of autobiography and exegesis, journeyed to the Moonin 1971 (and generated great controversy over ESP experiments he con-ducted on the flight). Within a few years, he had left NASA and foundedthe Institute of Noetic Sciences, aimed at the systematic study of the na-ture of consciousness. At the institute, he came to some fascinating con-clusions, detailed here and based on principles of resonance, regarding apossible natural explanation for psychic powers. Mitchell isn’t afraid to goout on a limb; his contention that the universe ‘intended’ to evolve tohigher levels, for example, goes against mainstream Western science. Hegrounds his ideas in data and reason, however, making this a strong offer-ing for those who enjoy the books of Larry Dossey, Ken Wilber, and otherspushing the envelope of the science/spirit paradigm.”
 Publishers Weekly 
 Apollo 14
astronaut Mitchell offers a vision in which technology and intu-ition are harmonized in pursuit of a more advanced consciousness. WhenMitchell was hurtling back to Earth after walking on the moon in 1971, hehad a profound sense that all things are interconnected, and that the uni-verse is an intelligent process with which we need to link up. Mitchell tellshow, while returning to Earth, he carried out a private ESP experimentthat seemed to yield positive results. Mitchell concludes that our own con-sciousness and beliefs are profoundly part of reality. A stimulating attemptto reinvent the wheel.”
 Kirkus Reviews
 
“Profound and articulate...Edgar Mitchell has really dug into the mainparadoxical issues [of science and religion] and comes up with a resolvingviewpoint. An inspiring piece of literature.”
Harold E. Puthoff 
,
PhD
, physicist at the Institute for AdvancedStudies, and coauthor of 
 Mind Reach
“Edgar Mitchell is not a mere astronaut technician, but a many-facetedcosmic adventurer who also probes the nature of divinity. He ushers innew concepts challenging science and religion, and makes us think differ-ently and more appreciatively about life on this planet. And not only EdgarMitchell is the explorer in this book—so are we.
The Way of the Explorer 
isan awesome educational experience.”
The Reverend Canon William V. Rauschter, MD
; Rector, ChristChurch, Woodbury, New Jersey; and Honorary Canon of TrinityEpiscopal Cathedral, Trenton

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