Articles By: Rupert Sheldrake

Prayer: A Challenge for Science

Prayer: A Challenge for Science
Since ancient times, a strong and pervasive belief in the efficacy of prayer–for the living and the dead–reinforces the notion that consciousness is not limited to the physical body. Not only do traditions throughout the world share a belief that prayers may in some way help (or invoke help from)...
March 11th, 2010 | Extended Mind | Read More

THE SENSE OF BEING STARED AT

Its Implications for Theories of Vision Rupert Sheldrake For the purpose of this discussion, I am taking it for granted that the sense of being stared at is real. The weight of available evidence seems to support its fac- tual existence, as discussed in my earlier article in this issue of the Journal...
August 13th, 2009 | Extended Mind | Read More