Your Immortal Self is a complex book which contains much more than can be described in a single title. Here is a slightly expanded set of slides from a presentation about the book. I think you will find that the slides will help you decide if you want to read it.
Please keep in mind that this presentation is a very abbreviated discussion. You can tell from the Contents, provided on the Your Immortal Self book page, that there is a lot of detail in the 500-page book that is unavoidably lost in a 29-page slide presentation.
The message I would like you to take away from this presentation is that what you were taught about things paranormal is probably out of date. That message is illustrated in the included diagrams. Pay close attention to them, as they represent the essence of the concepts I think you need to understand to move forward on your journey toward spiritual maturity.
About the Diagrams
Thinking from the perspective that life is the building block of reality, the block diagrams represent an engineer’s view of the functional areas of a life field. They are the result of black box analysis discussed in Slide 11.
New understanding about the way we think is emerging from psychology, parapsychology and the study of transcommunication. The implications of this new understanding are illustrated by the functional areas of our life field, as shown in the diagrams used in this presentation. You will notice that the inner complex of functional areas–Worldview, Perceptual Loop, Intention, Visualization, Perception, Expression and Environment– are the core functions that represent how we think whether or not super-psi or survival is considered.
None of the functional areas are physical. If only the Normalist view is considered, the functional areas would have to somehow exist in the tissue of the brain. In the Psi+ Normalist view, they would exist in the psi field, which is thought to “overlay” the physical in a here is everywhere manner. In the Dualist view, they exist in etheric space in an everywhere is here manner.