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Bernard D. Beitman, MD is a psychiatrist, psychotherapist and psychopharmacologist. He went to Yale Medical School, did his residency at Stanford, and was chair of psychiatry at the University of Missouri-Columbia for 17 years. Currently he is a visiting professor at the University of Virginia. Dr. Beitman developed an award winning psychotherapy training program and has been internationally recognized for his work relating chest pain to panic disorder.
He also created the first valid scale to measure coincidence sensitivity, wrote several coincidence articles for Psychiatric Annals and authored or edited 16 professional books. His new book, Connecting with Coincidence has been translated into Italian and Spanish. He is host of a weekly radio show called CC with BB, Connecting with Coincidence with Dr. Bernie Beitman, MD.
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How can you recognize more coincidences in your daily life? And why would you want to? Because coincidences can help you with decision making, psychological changes, relationships, health questions, creativity, money problems, job issues and spiritual development. Some coincidences tell us that we have untapped abilities like telepathy and human GPS—the ability to find people, ideas and things we need without knowing how we got there. Recognizing coincidences can enrich your daily life.
Dr. Beitman proposes the existence of the Psychosphere, our mental atmosphere, through which information-energy is exchanged. This idea is described in the last chapter of his new book Connecting with Coincidence.