Future Memory

Future Memory In this text P M H Atwater a leading researcher on the near death experience deals with the nature of perception and how human consciousness is limited only by our linear past present future model

  • Title: Future Memory
  • Author: P.M.H. Atwater
  • ISBN: 9781571741356
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this text, P.M.H Atwater, a leading researcher on the near death experience, deals with the nature of perception and how human consciousness is limited only by our linear, past present future model of time Built on the phenomenon of remembering the future, this text explores the inner workings of creation and consciousness Atwater discusses types of futuristic awarenIn this text, P.M.H Atwater, a leading researcher on the near death experience, deals with the nature of perception and how human consciousness is limited only by our linear, past present future model of time Built on the phenomenon of remembering the future, this text explores the inner workings of creation and consciousness Atwater discusses types of futuristic awareness, presents real life cases of future memory, and reveals how the ability to experience future memory can be developed.

    One thought on “Future Memory”

    1. I dig the subject and I was rooting for this book but it is so horribly put together it becomes useless.It's like unto those 'True Ghost Stories' books; all anecdotes and little substance.

    2. I had fun with this one. The author had so many ideas that she put out that it took me three years to read. Not because it was hard to read but because each chapter had new ideas and concepts that put my mind to wander and pondering the implications. Recommend it if you are interested in unconventional ideas and a different look at how science and the universe interact.

    3. This book really made me start to think of things in a different way, but not as much as she hyped it up to be in the beginning.I gotta say though, even though I'm pretty open-minded, I have a really hard time believing some of the author's stories about her personal experiences. They are so far-fetched, and they truly seem to be the experiences of someone on a LSD trip. Not the near-death experiences, but all the other ones she supposedly had when she wasn't on the brink of death. (and wow, 3 n [...]

    4. A classic book on the plasticity of time and the phenomenon of precognition. Contains a lot of great information and theories that you won't find in other books, and her personal anecdotes really makes everything come alive. It may feel a little "uneven" in the sense that she moves away from the memoir-aspects and just heavily digs into theory about 2/3rds in. However, definitely worth it if you're interested in the subject matter and are looking for something you haven't read a billion times be [...]

    5. This really DOES change and explain A LOT! Almost EVERYTHING! Not so fond of the Christian overlay, but when I rewrite those parts and a few others that are too "new-agey," the rest works so well. Wishing I'd read this 15 years ago, but here we are!

    6. The author shares many mind-blowing experiences that will really make you think about how things really work. She gives a technique to develop future memory, and she talks about creative manifesting in a way that anybody can use. Fascinating book.

    7. If you'd like to know what I thought of this book, please contact me directly and I'd be happy to discuss it with you.All the best,- TB

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