Robert Pearson

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Robert Scott Pearson (aka R.S. Pearson) received his BA in English composition in 1987. As early as 1986, his work was published in a New York magazine on modern art and other small press anthologies. He started ParaMind Brainstorming Software in 1992 and still runs the company to this day. ParaMind makes a configurable brainstorming program based on brainstorming by “exhausting the interactions of words coming up with every idea possible.” ParaMind has been mentioned in many books including Ray Kurzweil “The Age of Spiritual Machines.” His two recent books on hyperreligiosity and on hallucinations in religious practice key in on two of the biggest problems facing spiritual seekers today. He is finishing the third in this series on documenting the major problems that can happen to people interested in religious ideas. These three books have a cross cultural appeal since many are interested in spirituality, and others are concerned about the problems that religious beliefs can create. This book is tentatively called “Grandiosity and the Empowerment of the Spiritual and Artistic.”

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Until We Are The Art Again
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Price: $1.95 USD. Words: 7,670. Language: English. Published: November 3, 2011. Category: Fiction » Poetry » Spiritual
R.S. Pearson, the founder of Telical Books and Creative Virtue Press, is a writer/composer influenced studies of modern art movements, philosophy and spirituality. From Poet Billy Lamont, who has been on MTV and Lollapalooza, about a previous work, "It's like language has been raptured and been reborn through Robert Pearson's pen. Extremely skillful word craftsmanship. He is a true genius!"
Virtuism -- Philosophy and the Aesthetics of Virtue
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Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 41,780. Language: English. Published: October 21, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Art, Architecture, Photography » Art history
Virtuism is about the aesthetics of human virtue, how virtuous acts produce in us the same experience as great works of art. Witnessing or creating a virtuous act produces the aesthetic experience. The giving of the good feeling of the aesthetic or "art" experience gives evidence that life has a higher meaning. The book "Virtuism" also discusses other philosophical aspects of the virtue and art.
The Exhaustion of the Interaction of Words: Brainstorming with the ParaMind Brainstorming Program
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Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 39,550. Language: English. Published: October 21, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Contemporary philosophy
Can helpful new ideas be discovered by computer-automated brainstorming? According to the ParaMind Brainstorming Software theory, yes they can. For anyone with an open mind and a bright outlook on the future, it should seem obvious that there are many important ideas that we have not yet discovered. ParaMind Brainstorming software is the tool created to do this.
The Experience of Hallucinations in Religious Practice
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Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 41,230. Language: English. Published: October 21, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Religious philosophy
"The Experience of Hallucinations in Religious Practice" by R.S. Pearson is the one of the first books to help distinguish what is a spiritual experience and what may be merely a type of dream phenomena or hallucination. This book discusses psychological ideas that show the longer that you hallucinate, the more your IQ can decrease, and tries to point towards authentic spiritual experience.
Hyperreligiosity: Identifying and Overcoming Patterns of Religious Dysfunction
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Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 28,640. Language: English. Published: October 21, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Psychology » Psychological disorders
The word Hyperreligiosity is related to "religiosity" which is the outward form of religion. People make a distinction between religiosity and spirituality, spirituality being the embodiment of virtue. Hyperreligiosity is when the outward forms and other aspects of religion become life disabling. There is a direct connection between hyperreligiosity and terrorism or destructive cults.

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