This fan has seen more
people having religious experiences at Red Sox games than in any church
This fan(atic) feels that his mask has magical powers to make things
happen on the field.
is moved every time he enters Fenway. He's seen it all and it weighs
heavy on his heart.
"I may have moved from historic Boston to
the wilds of Colorado, but I still cheer for the Red Sox. If distant
intentionality affects the
outcome of their games positively, so much the better. Stay tuned to this website
for the latest scientific breakthroughs. What a fun way to combine science and
Joan Borysenko, Ph.D.
Author, Minding the Body,
Mending the Mind and
Inner Peace for Busy People
Who would have thought that Western
science, Eastern metaphysics, and prayer would converge in Fenway
For most Red Sox fans, being crowned as World Champions, was the fulfillment
of a lifelong dream. For two fans, however, it was the beginning of a quest
to uncover the deeper truth behind that magical season and behind the player-fan
interaction, in general.
The Joy of Sox documentary film explores the world of subtle energy science
through the lens of baseball fandom.
Do fans affect players through the power
of their intention?
Is it better to pray for your team or against the opposition?
Is Fenway Park a sacred space?
Join Rick Leskowitz, MD, a board certified psychiatrist at Spaulding Rehabilitation
Hospital, as he journeys around the country to interview fans, players, baseball
commentators, as well as pioneering scientists including:
• Dr. Larry Dossey, author of many bestsellers on mind-body medicine,
including "Healing Words," "Reinventing Medicine," and most
recently, "The Extraordinary Healing Power of Ordinary Things."
• William Tiller PhD, Professor Emeritus at Stanford
University and commentator on the groundbreaking film, "What the Bleep?"
• Rollin McCraty PhD, Director of Research, HeartMath
• Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, author of "The Sense of Being Stared
• Marilyn Schlitz, PhD and Dean Radin, PhD, research
scientisits at the Institute of Noetic Sciences.
• Michael Murphy, founder of Esalen Institute.
• Andy Andres, PhD, Tufts statistics professor.
• Gabe Kapler, former outfielder for the Sox.
How it all started... Read Dr. Leskowitz's original Op-Ed piece
that started this journey. Link.
In the news:
What is Enlightenment? magazine: Read article (PDF)
The Phoenix newspaper in Boston: Read article (link).
The Energy Field newsletter... and, in case you didn't get your latest
copy, we have it here - the journal of the Association for Comprehensive Energy
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