Dean Radin, PhD, is chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Science in Novato, California. He is author of The Conscious Universe, Entangled Minds, Supernormal, and Real Magic.
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Researching Energy MedicinewithDean Radin
January 1, 2021
Here he discusses a series of five research papers, published in conjunction with a group of colleagues, investigating “energy medicine” – a term he acknowledges is a misnomer, as it is neither energy nor medicine. 190 individuals with carpal tunnel pain were each treated by an energy healer during a half-hour, laboratory session. Significant pain [...]
Science and the Siddhis (or Powers of Yoga)withDean Radin
January 4, 2019
Here he reviews the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, especially with regard to the description of about 25 different “siddhis” or powers that are attained by advanced practitioners. Once one has achieved a measure of enlightenment, known as samadhi, one can begin the practice of samyama which then enables a variety of parapsychological skills. However, in [...]
The Reality and Significance of MagickwithDean Radin
November 22, 2018
Here he describes a series of personal synchronicities that both troubled him and led him toward a greater appreciation of esoteric forms of magick. He describes the many parallels between the traditions of psychical research and parapsychology and those of magick and the western esoteric tradition. The magical worldview, or philosophical idealism, also offers the [...]
Dean Radin: The Conscious Universe (excerpt) — A Thinking Allowed DVD w/ Jeffrey Mishlove
August 28, 2010
A leading parapsychologist presents data on research in extrasensory perception, precognition and psychokinesis. He points out that statistical replication in this controversial field is as strong as exists in any behavioral science. He adds that the quality of the studies is higher than in most other areas of science, arguing that the skeptics who deny [...]
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