- Paperback: 246 pages
- Publisher: Warner Books, Inc. (November 1, 1997)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0446671002
- ISBN-13: 978-0446671002
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 1,632 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,887 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Reading the reviews of all the haters was to be expected. Their focus (as always) is on pointless distractions to keep their brain from engaging in the core question: "Why do we exist?" I've seen this repeatedly on every book that brings to light evidence that counters commonly accepted ideals in government, diet and, most often, faith.
I found the book fascinating, but it also aligned with many of my current beliefs so I am likely biased. This, in conjunction with Darryl Anka's Bashar, is amazing insight into how things more than likely actually work. It makes logical sense. It is not faith based, but it still supports many of the faith based principles in a measurable way (namely Jesus Christ, his miracles, and what he meant by "this too shall you do and more"). Scientists have proven that communing with plants makes them stronger. Certain music (vibrations) physically impacts plant growth, sleep, brain wave patterns, etc. We have shown and measured the ability some have to alter their bodies pace of healing, heart rate, and temperature using nothing but thought / meditation. Then, we have repeated themes in pop culture - even Star Wars with the Jedi and the Force (the original three) - their ability to manipulate energy. Lucas's imagination is surprisingly aligned with these ideas aside from the fighting. The Matrix is another, although, this book does not cover the shared dream aspect...
Factually, energy is the one thing that everything breaks down to. Everything you see is networks of variously connected atoms vibrating at frequencies that our brains perceive as a rock, or a collection of complex molecules that work together and fly as a bird, etc. It's all energy on the most basic level.
You can read this book and focus on the negatives and tear it apart - or you can read it with an open mind consuming the information which is very empowering and some of it obviously true.