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Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness
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One of my all-time favorite exercises on stopping time is described -- which helped me better understand how I'd done that when I was a teenager, and wondered if anyone else had ever seen time slow to a stop. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wishes to understand the true nature of reality and consciousness.
-- Cynthia Sue Larson
editor of RealityShifters News & author of AURA ADVANTAGE
I think better books have been written on the new physics, but this book goes further than discussing science. At its most fundamental level, it is probing for meaning and presents a worldview that is open, curious and compassionate.
I found the book entertaining and it certainly sparks the imagination. This is a good introduction to a new physics paradigm in the sense of providing a starting point for the average person. Since this book was written, many other fine books on similar topics have been written, but at the time this was a pioneering work that is still worth a read.
If you are looking for a more scholarly book with less of a focus on science, then I recommend FORGOTTEN TRUTH. This is another book that takes a serious look at the search for meaning in the modern world. A BRIEF HISTORY OF EVERYTHING is also very interesting and thought provoking.
Itzhak Bentov has a clear grasp of reality and makes a concise explanation of his view in terminology that is easily understood by anyone with a decent vocabulary.
I highly recommend this book--particularly for spiritual seekers.
Joseph H. Pierre
author of The Road to Damascus and other books
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This is by far the most entertaining "true science" book I have read. Instead of being loaded with meaningless equations, it's loaded with easily understandable... Read morePublished 20 days ago by YukonC
I absolutely hated this book. I thought much of this book is speculative based upon a single theory. I was looking for a book on space/time and the universe. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is the second time I've read this book. It is such original thinking. I love itPublished 6 months ago by Edna Louis
Fantastic book on the cymatics of the universe. Love this man - wonder why he died in an unexplainable plane crash? Hmmm..... I doff my tinfoil hat to you, sir.Published 8 months ago by K. Robinson