Basel Psi Days 2005

What is the meaning of life? That was the weighty theme of the 23rd Basel Psi Days, held in November 2005. This eternal question remains as valid today as back then, and will probably continue to preoccupy people for a very long time to come.

This annual event in the northwestern Swiss city on the Rhine River became world-famous in its heyday as the meeting place for people interested in all the things comprising so-called “borderland science”.

The 23rd edition attracted some 5,000 visitors and 100 lecturers and exhibitors.

Unfortunately, the classic PSI Days are no longer being held, and have been replaced by a smaller event, focusing mainly on spiritual healing.

In this special report, Bob Zanotti speaks with a few of the prominent experts who took part in what was to be one of the last major PSI Days. The topics include spiritualism, Dharma, mantras in psychotherapy, and the Law of Karma.