Toward a Philosophy of Perception: The Magnitude of Human Potential - Cloud Optics
Author: Margaret A. Harrell
Pub. Date: Expanded edition, November 2005
Genre: Body, Mind, Spirit/New Thought
"Why should we be curious whether other dimensions actually exist beyond our third dimension? The concept of multidimensional encompasses vital issues such as survival after death and the prospect of other worlds with life. Toward a Philosophy of Perception provides a unique multidimensional roadmap ... totally professional, serving lighting bolts of galvanizing insight ... one of the most perceptive works available for our time ... When first opening the pages, wondering how cloud optics could increase perception, the high quality, detailed photographs began to focus attention to an inner point or source" (Mindquest Review); "A unique book, lavishly illustrated with 33 color cloud photographs ... suggests a means to tap into the wellspring of collective worldwide consciousness" (New Connexion Top Picks); "Describes in detail her psychic encounters with New York City luminary and poet, Milton Klonsky, and influential Indian Yoga master and saint, Shri Dhyanyogi Madhusudandasji...nuggets of brilliant insight into life, death and the collective human consciousness" (Kirkus Discoveries); "Enthusiastically recommended, [especially] ... to the attention of Metaphysical Studies and Psychology Studies reference collections, as well as personal Self-Help/Self-Improvement reading lists ... So richly textured in thought and concept that a single reading will not suffice ... to be read and savored and reflected upon time and time again" (Midwest Book Review, "Reviewer’s Choice," Small Press Book Watch); "An incredibly full and interesting life ... [uses] cloud photographs as a meditative tool" (Innerchange Magazine).
Born in N.C., Margaret A. Harrell has also lived in Europe and North Africa. She has researched consciousness and human energy, or the "light body," since 1992 and has studied at Duke University, Columbia University and the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich. She currently teaches private courses in the U.S. In 2005 she presented a Faulkner paper at the Faulkner-Fulbright Conference and had a solo cloud photography exhibit in Sibiu, Romania. The author of nine books in the Love in Transition series, including Toward a Philosophy of Perception, Harrell was published in a university in Romania while living in Belgium. She assistant-edited Hunter S. Thompson’s first book, Hell’s Angels, for which he acknowledged her in The Gonzo Letters: Vol. II. She is currently compldeting a book about some of the well-known authors she has been close to. Her biography can be read in Great Minds of the Early 21st Century and other Who's Who biographies.
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