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The Science of Channeling

Written by: Helané Wahbeh ND MCR,Eben Alexander MD - foreword
Narrated by: Emily Durante
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Do you have an event in your life that can't be explained? Perhaps it presented itself as a feeling of intuition, an image, a sense of knowing, or even a full-blown premonition. You may have felt judged when you told someone about it, or even wondered, "Did that really happen, or did I just imagine it?" Chock-full of cutting-edge research, this guide will show you just how common this type of phenomenon is - and how you can fine-tune your unique abilities to add richness and depth to your life.

In The Science of Channeling, scientist and author Helané Wahbeh will show you how to identify and target your own channeling skills, process the channeled information you receive, and use your unique gift to improve your life - and the world around you. You'll find detailed information about different channeling types, including mind-to-mind communication, your intention affecting matter, and sensing the future. And finally, you'll discover a wealth of physiological studies pertaining to the science of channeling, providing ample evidence that channeling is a real phenomena and insights into how it works.

If you're ready to explore the power of channeling, or are looking to strengthen the skills you already have, this guide has everything you need to get started today.

©2021 Helané Wahbeh (P)2022 Tantor

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  • Sheila Applegate
  • 22-09-22

This should be taught in grade school.

I highly recommend it. The material and pratices in this book took me a couple of decades to learn on my own accord. Helane created a short cut into channeling and spirituality.

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  • F. Doyle
  • 18-08-22

Excellent scientific approach to channeling

I myself am a teacher and mentor of psychic development. My main focus is bridging the gap between science and spirituality, and this book teaches exactly the perspective I teach, they just use different words like noetic. So I appreciate having this validation to the work I’ve been doing, and have been channeling. My only beef is that the reader is often so monotone that I fall asleep. But if they are doing that to sound more scientific, then I understand. Otherwise it’s excellent!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 04-07-22

Clear, Concise statements of what channel is and is not

The most comprehensive account of channeling. What it is what it is not. Backed by personal and scientific facts. Highly recommend. Marty Roland.

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  • Stacey
  • 15-05-22

Very reassuring!

This book is comforting...channeling can happen in different ways and happens more often than most people admit.
I really like the content on how we have our own signature and it will vary from person to person. This creates comfort in that no matter what my journey reveals to me, my own magical fingerprint is going to be tailored to my life...if it feels wrong, well then don't do it! Helena reminds us to embrace these gifts however it arrives to us.
Blessings, Stacey

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  • Star Seed
  • 30-11-22

Informative and engaging

I loved this book … I find being scientifically minded helps brings much needed understanding to subjects that I want to absorb. Science and spirit are merging … for they are one in the same, this book highlights the processes to channeling and the unseen world, which helps our left logical mind to comes to terms with something beyond what it can perceive with the 5 physical senses.

Loads of information and tips to help you trust your own experiences.

Only small criticism is that the narrators voice seemed quite robotic … not enough to stop me listening … I just turned the speed up which helped

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  • Anonymous User
  • 26-08-22

Disappointing

Coming from a deeply religious background, I had my own biases, beliefs and definitions about the world around me which solidified my concrete sense of identity.
My willingness to question myself and be wrong about everything turned my world upside down and I found myself searching for every scrap of information available on the afterlife, spiritual world, God, frequencies, the state of our existence, etc.
Fascination with the deep spiritual encounters, sense of hyper-reality, oneness with the universe, ego-death, and awareness of spectrums of reality beyond our typical conscious awareness or ability to perceive encountered with psychedelics led me down a rabbit trail of open-minded exploration,

I found myself studying the works of Bruce Greyson and Eben Alexander, looking for verifiable research on such phenomena as NDEs, OBE’s and other ‘different spectrum of reality’ phenomena. I also read the holographic universe, which had it’s biases but shared great research on quantum studies and the possibility of an implicate order.

I appreciated that Eben’s experience was personal, but that it was something with verifiable factors that the scientific method could be applied to. He noted that he saw himself as more of a scientist after his experience.

This brings me to this book, ‘the science of channeling,’ which I read because of Eben Alexander’s name attached to it. I’d hate to think that my 2 cents would hurt the reputation if any work of passion; but I found this book deeply biased and unscientific, and that not because of the topic it addresses.
The author counts herself a channeller and presents her own experiences often as evidence and confirmation of points. Her deep bias (which she acknowledges at the beginning of the book) prevents her from presenting the information in an impartial way and providing room for scepticism/ other interpretation of evidence. The ‘science’ upon which this is based is very iffy. Very few contrasting studies or viewpoints are presented, and many ‘psychic’ or ‘clair’ phenomena are just assumed to exist rather than information being provided to validate their reality. She says how studies show ‘higher chances’ of certain outcomes, but often doesnt state the actual statistics.

She bases a lot of the text on studies of anecdotal evidence of a bunch of self-proclaimed channellers, most of whom are older women. We all know susie, the spiritual lady who says she’s an empath but has trouble managing the most simple aspects of her life, so it would be great if you could apply some type of science to these channelers to validate their claims rather than assuming they are what they say they are. Nevertheless assumptions are made, all of these claims are believed without hesitation, and conclusions are drawn about channeling based on their feedback, and then validated by the authors own personal experience.

She ridicules scientific establishments for rejecting her work, but has shown in this work that she is unable to practice impartiality when it comes to matters of personal importance.

This book could be a fine ‘how to channel’ book
Or even ‘the insights of channellers’

But it does injustice to it’s given title. I think it is unfortunate that Eben is adding his name to such things and it is certainly not healthy for his scientific credibility.