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What are schools that you can major in Parapsychology?

Also what other subjects would i need an education in to professionally study Parapsychology?


  1. I only know of two schools that offered this degree at some point (and I’m not sure they both do anymore) – Edinburgh (Scotland) and Utrecht (Holland). You’d need a bachelors in psychology and a masters in psychology to apply – they were both PhD programs when they existed. Other colleges don’t offer it because, quite frankly, there’s nothing to study – it was never shown that anything paranormal actually exists, and they had nothing to do.

  2. One path to follow in the footsteps of e.g. Dr. Gary Schwartz (“The Afterlife Experiments,” http://veritas.arizona.edu ), Dr. Dean Radin (“Entangled Minds,” http://www.noetic.org ), Dr. William A. Tiller (“Psychoenergetic Science,” http://www.tiller.org ), Dr. Elizabeth Mayer (“Extraordinary Knowing”), Dr. Alex Tanous (“Beyond Coincidence,” http://www.alextanous.org ), Dr. Rupert Sheldrake (“Dogs that Know when Their Owners Are Coming Home,” http://www.sheldrake.org ), Dr. Osis ( http://www.scientificexploration.org/journal/jse_09_2_peoch.pdf ), Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove (“Roots of Consciousness,” http://www.mishlove.com/index2.htm ), Dr. Julie Beischel, The Windbridge Institute for Applied Research in Human Potential, http://www.windbridge.org , Dr. Jim Tucker (“Life before Life,” http://www.lifebeforelife.com ) and Dr. Carol Bowman (“Children’s Past Lives,” http://www.carolbowman.com ) is to major in a more traditional discipline, whether psychology, anthropology, physics, etc., and then, for graduate school studies degree program, apply to schools with recognized “psi” investigators (e.g., some of the above). If academic politics permit, you may be able to enlist one or more of same as your advisors or orals examiners. If that’s too difficult, simply take the curriculum leading to a degree, making it as relevant as possible to parapsychological area studies that you find interesting and worth pursuing.
    Would also suggest that the trend is toward more spirit-science blending and acceptance, so the way ought be easier than it’s been for e.g. http://www.stanleykrippner.com http://www.lucidity.com and http://www.paradigm-sys.com types of academics and health care professionals.
    Networking with those in the parapsychological community, particularly in the academic credentialed sector, is very helpful to all concerned. http://www.itp.edu is one portal. Also, developing one’s own parapsychological abilities definitely helps build empathy. Therefore, would note http://www.easwaran.org
    “The Path of the Higher Self,” Mark Prophet,
    “Kundalini West,” Ann Ree Colton,
    “The Master of Lucid Dreams,” Dr. Olga Kharitidi,
    “The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?”, Free and Wilcock, http://www.divinecosmos.com
    “Autobiography of a Yogi,” Yogananda,
    “Meditation for Beginners,” Dr. Kornfield, and
    “Man’s Psychic Life: Elements and Structures,” Omraam Mikhail Aivanhov
    as potentially helpful in this regard.
    Reviews at http://www.amazon.com

  3. The schools with Parapsychology are usually the crappy ones which no normal person would ever even consider going to


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