Tom Blaschko has had a handful of non-ordinary experiences. He has been practicing karate since 1970. Life force (ki) is a large part of succeeding in that practice. On the night Tom’s uncle passed on, his spirit came to say goodbye to Tom— before Tom knew what had happened.
Tom earned a Bachelor’s degree in astronomy from Caltech and Master’s degree in developmental psychology from SUNY — Buffalo, so he is pretty well grounded in the science of ordinary reality.
The incompatibility of non-ordinary experiences and the laws of science was a puzzle — and Tom loves to solve puzzles. Could non-ordinary reality and ordinary reality be combined in a way that left both mostly unchanged? Tom’s answer is yes, and he uses his background and experiences to describe how ordinary and non-ordinary coexist in our world and why honoring this combination makes the world better.
We are connected, one to another, in ways that the physical world can’t explain. We may know someone is staring at us. Many people see ghosts and angels. Some of us remember previous lives. And there is even more evidence. It’s not one thing. It’s everything all together that proves we all have souls. And this book does that — puts everything together to show how souls explain all our experiences.
Calculating Soul Connections ties together four important concepts:
1. We all have souls.
2. Souls are divided into parts and each part performs a different function.
3. Beyond the four physical forces, there is a life force.
4. Souls use the life force to power themselves and connect with other souls.