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Psychologists C'de Baca and Miller (both Univ. of New Mexico) define "quantum change" as a kind of sudden "personal metamorphosis." People who experience it, they believe, are sources of untapped potential for universal human healing. Collected here are dozens of "before and after" tales that the authors derived from interviews, letters, and telephone calls. These tales reflect two types of quantum change sudden insights and epiphanies as well as their characteristics. The authors successfully assert that as a person is guided to a new place of authentic truth within himself or herself, peacefulness and inner strength ensue, and a positive shift in core values results. Unfortunately, the authors do not effectively address the other side that is, quantum changes that bring negative outcomes for the examples they give do not exhibit most of the characteristics of quantum change. Still, this work is valuable because it teaches ordinary people not to fear sudden spiritual encounters. For large psychology collections in public libraries. Lisa Liquori, Syracuse, NY
Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Quality book in fine condition delivered in a timely way. Thanks.Published 3 months ago by thomas e.
I'm delighted to have discovered this insightful book on the topic of sudden transformations some people experience of an insightful or mystical nature, that often lead to lasting,... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Cynthia Sue Larson
Great book would have liked more info on awareness and how to help people to be more present, but all in all it was good.Published 20 months ago by Dr. Elizabeth Kapadia
I have not finished reading the book, but it is what I expected it would be: factual, detailed, with some third-person stories to illustrate points. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Barbara F. Fezzi
When I first began to read this book, I thought it looked promising, but it hasn't quite lived up to my expectations. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Iona Main Stewart
Unrelated to Religions, these stories of sudden transformations will make you stop reading and think about things. You will buy more copies and give away to certain friends. Read morePublished on March 19, 2013 by Wetrytoplease