I was recently interviewed by Thanatos TV, a YouTube channel that specializes in documentaries and interviews on near-death experiences (NDEs) as well as more general research into consciousness and death. I not only wanted to share with you a link to my own interview on Thanatos but also let you know about some of the… Continue reading A wealth of after-death research on Thanatos TV
I recently had the great pleasure of being interviewed by Trish and Rob MacGregor on their podcast The Mystical Underground. Trish and Rob are both prolific authors, writing both fiction and nonfiction on paranormal topics. It was a lot of fun discussing coincidences with two people who have so much experience on the subject! Here's… Continue reading My interview on The Mystical Underground
A few days ago, a reader emailed me to let me know that she'd posted a review of my new memoir The Supreme Victory of the Heart on Amazon. I've been lucky enough to have gotten several enthusiastic reviews of this book, but this latest one--by a woman named Kellie Heath--really bowled me over. Not… Continue reading A Review to Celebrate the One-Month Anniversary of The Supreme Victory of the Heart
This Wednesday, May 20, at 10am Eastern Time, I'll be live with Jeanie Brosius King on her B-NOW Blog Talk radio show, discussing my new book The Supreme Victory of the Heart: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Synchronicity. Jeanie is a delightful, vibrant woman who brings great energy and heart to her interviews of… Continue reading Upcoming interview on B-NOW radio
I've written a lot about coincidence and synchronicity in the past couple of years--from my "Coincidence or psi?" article in the Journal of Scientific Exploration to my 618-page book The Source and Significance of Coincidences to my Psychology Today blog Mysteries of Consciousness. And while, in each of those places, I've briefly described some of… Continue reading Publication day! My memoir on love, loss, and synchronicity is out.
Coincidences aren't all fun and games. As psychiatrist and parapsychologist Jules Eisenbud was fond of reminding us, coincidences often reflect the aspects of our mental life that we are most anxious to hide. I discuss the usefulness of these "uncomfortable coincidences" in today's post on PsychologyToday.com.
Yesterday, I did a second interview with Dr. Bernie Beitman of the Division of Perceptual Studies at the University of Virginia, on his web radio show "Connecting with Coincidence." Bernie and I love to get into the nuts and bolts of how coincidences work (you can find our previous interview here), and in this show,… Continue reading Coincidences that mislead? A new interview with Bernie Beitman
I'm excited to announce that, on Jan. 28, I'll be giving a talk sponsored by the Unitarian Universalists of Leisure World in Silver Spring, Maryland. The event is free and open to the public, and any of you who are in the area are welcome to join! The Transforming Power of Synchronicity Tuesday, Jan. 28… Continue reading Jan. 28 Event in the DC area: The Transforming Power of Synchronicity
Many of you have been patiently waiting for publication info on the memoir I've been working on for the last nine years, about the harrowing months following my French fiancé's announcement that an old flame was back in his life--and the coincidences that led me to see a higher purpose behind it all. I am… Continue reading Watch for my memoir The Supreme Victory of the Heart in May 2020
Do certain words seem to follow you no matter where you look? Psychologist William Braud actually conducted experiments to figure out whether the word coincidences he was experiencing were actually due to more than chance or selective attention. I describe his method--and his results--in today's Psychology Today post.