Foreword by Angela Thompson Smith Ph.D. Professional Remote Viewer - Las Vegas
The human mind is an amazing thing and we are only just beginning to understand how, and why, it works as well as it does! Part of this understanding comes from our knowledge of how the mind and brain integrate as a complete unit. James Coyle, in BEYOND BELIEF extends our understanding of what our minds can accomplish, and offers exercises to train these expanded abilities.
James Coyle is a serious researcher, who has a background in hypnosis and electronic design. His research laboratory produced a large number of confidential reports over the years to his private subscriber list and these were released under his pen name of "Jim Francis".
He is a New Zealander, who now spends his time between Australia, New Zealand, and Vanuatu. James founded the Australasian Lateral Thinking Newsletter and was its editor for twelve years. At the same time he founded the Australian Mind-Power Research Foundation and was its CEO for many years. He has also been an active skydiver, writer, professional recording guitarist with several records on the charts and a fixed wing and helicopter pilot.
In BEYOND BELIEF James describes what luck really is (a personal, psychokinetic resonance with the environment), how it appears to operate in distinct cycles, and describes how, under certain circumstances, luck can be triggered at will. James also describes how our sixth sense (intuition) can be made available, and how it can be easily trained, to become as reliable as our usual five senses.
Remote influencing has become a hot topic, under discussion on several Internet sites. James describes how the human mind can easily influence other minds, to produce a win-win outcome. He also describes a unique problem-solving mechanism that can trigger answers to critical problems, during the normal sleep cycle - - and describes a simple method of dream control.
James writes about Remote Viewing or RV, which, in its simplest definition is "the ability to access information from a remote geographic location using something other than the known five senses." The term was coined by Ingo Swann at the American Society for Psychical Research in the early 1970s. Remote Viewing research has been carried out by Stanford Research Institute (SRI), Scientific Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Princeton University and the American Government, notably the U.S. Army. James has undertaken training in various forms of remote viewing, and shows how RV can be learned by anybody, and put into serious, practical applications. Apart from James description of his mind discoveries and their application, he also points to the serious science that supports his concepts. For example, there has been a recognition and consensus, among scientists, that the two halves of the brain are not equivalent, either in proportion or function. The left and right hemispheres appear to play different roles in mediating behavior and processing higher mental processes. Generally, in right-handed males, speech language, and motor planning skills are dependent on the left hemisphere, while spatial skills are right-hemisphere dependent. James describes how individuals can take advantage of these scientific concepts, to understand how our intuitive mind works.
The idea that an altered state of consciousness can facilitate the retrieval of anomalous information is not new. This system of retrieval of hidden information has been termed ESP or Psi. Modern researchers have noted that optimal psi effects may be linked to certain attentional states. Altered states occurring during sleep, relaxation, hypnosis, meditation, and sensory isolation have all been found to be psi-conducive. For instance, hypnosis has been employed as a psi-facilitative state in experimental studies including card-guessing and ESP. Highly significant dream studies were also conducted at Maimonides Hospital in New York in the 1960s. James describes practical, altered state exercises that are based on these discoveries. By following these methods, which are described in great detail, individuals can gain a much greater use of their mind's potential.
I have known James for many years now and have been impressed with his energy, in pushing the envelope of what we know about our mind's capabilities. Not only does he research and document his discoveries, but he puts them into practical application. For example, after developing his Mind Surge and Luck Cycle concepts, he put them to practical use. He has won over 100 casino jackpots which were used to fund further research. James has an inquisitive mind - - he attends personal development programs around the world and these generate ideas that spur many of his new concepts. He writes extensively about his discoveries, and believes that they are for sharing with others, rather than keeping them to himself. James is a unique individual, who can help you understand and use your mind's full potential - - how you can win with Mind Power.