Making Sense of Nonsense: The Logical Bridge Between Science & Spirituality (Paperback)
What do the whimsical writings of Dr. Seuss have in common with near-death experiences?
The answer is that nonsense writing and spiritual experiences seem to defy all logic and yet they both can make a powerful personal impact. In this book, New York Times bestselling author Dr. Raymond Moody shares the groundbreaking results of five decades of research into the philosophy of nonsense, revealing dynamic new perspectives on language, logic, and the mystical side of life.
Explore the meaningful feelings that accompany nonsense language and learn how engaging with nonsense can help you on your own spiritual path. Discover how nonsense transcends classical logic, opening the doorway to new spiritual and philosophical breakthroughs. With dozens of examples from literature, comedy, music, and the history of religion, this book presents a unique new approach to the mysteries of the human spirit.
About the Author
Raymond Moody MD, PhD coined the term "near-death experience" in his New York Times bestselling book Life After Life. He has given thousands of presentations on near-death and shared-death experiences to audiences around the world, and he has published several bestselling books. Dr. Moody holds a PhD in philosophy from the University of Virginia, a PhD in psychology from the University of West Georgia, and an MD in psychiatry from the Medical College of Georgia. He lives near Birmingham, Alabama. Visit Dr. Moody online at www.LifeAfterLife.com.