In recent times, the subject of consciousness has emerged as an important paradigm of scientific investigation and research despite most of its concerns having roots in philosophy, religion and occultism. What is consciousness? What is the substance of consciousness? Is it material or immaterial, mortal or immortal? How is it connected with a body? Has it a particular seat in any particular body as the brain does? Is consciousness synonymous with mind? Is it eternal and non-local? These questions have interested thinkers for many centuries. It is the object of this book to demonstrate, through a series of cases reported across the world at various times relating to many curious mind-related phenomena like the creation of mental entities, the imprints of indelible images on the human body, stigmata, birthmarks and bodily deformities corresponding to the injuries sustained in the previous life, thought-photography, materialization experiments etc., that: • Human mind can bring into being thought-forms and can exteriorize them, giving them some objective consistency. • There can be continuity of thoughts even after the destruction of the physical brain. • These psychic entities are sometimes given a kind of autonomy so that they may act and seemingly think without the consent or even knowledge of their creator. The book does not stop with the mere reproduction of recorded cases and just messaging the dimension of the problem, but extends over to solve it by suggesting a bio-holographic theory of body and mind. The book is alike novel, fun-filled, profound and useful, thus affording the blend of interest and instruction which cannot fail to render it interesting to the inquisitive and candid mind.