Since this is a resources thread, I won't comment at length (discussions belong elsewhere). However, I just wanted to point out a possible relationship between past-life trauma and anomalous experiences. I don't see a need to place an arbitrary cut-off point at childhood.
New Thinking Allowed: Precognition with Edwin C. May
Description: Here he shares his hypothesis that precognition is the basic mechanism that can explain every other form of parapsychological information transfer. Macro-psychokinesis, he suggests, may be the only suspected paranormal phenomenon that is not always amenable to explanation as a form of precognition. He offers several arguments for resolving the paradoxes posed by precognition – such as the apparent incompatibility of precognition and free will. He also maintains that precognition need not entail backward causality – as it is an informational process rather than a mechanical causal chain.
New Thinking Allowed: How Precognition Works with Edwin C. May
Mishlove's ongoing precognition interview with Ed May is getting more interesting:
Description: Here he shares the progress he has made in developing a model of precognition based on our understanding of physics, neurophysiology, and psychology. He postulates a channel of information from either actual or possible futures to the present. This is a physics problem that could be addressed in the context of retro-causality. He also postulates that individuals who have a high degree of synesthesia are best able to integrate psi information into their normal processing of perceptual information, due to neural hyperconnectivity.