Mindsight: Near-Death and Out-Of-Body Experiences in the Blind
by Kenneth Ring
Ring and Cooper explore evidence that even those blind from birth can "see" during near-death experiences. Their evidence reveals a unique type of perception. More than just "seeing", it involves a deep awareness and profound ability to know that the authors have called "Mindsight".
This volume is a ground-breaking work in the field of near-death studies. It investigates t...more
Paperback, 217 pages
Published January 1st 1999 by Institute of Transpersonal Psychology
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Meh. It was so-so. The most interesting parts of the books were the accounts of the blind and low vision people who experienced NDEs. Sadly, this was only in one chapter of the book, and the rest is mostly pseudoscience and parapsychology which tries to apply the scientific method to surveys and accounts that are mostly only internally verified. Until more rigorous methods can be used such as a pattern on a OR floor that can be confirmed by unconscious patients, I remain skeptical as a scientist...more