- Paperback: 280 pages
- Publisher: Intelegance Publishing (May 15, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0983247269
- ISBN-13: 978-0983247265
- Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.8 x 9.2 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,942,455 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Faith Wave: I Think… Therefore It Is Paperback – May 15, 2014
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About the Author
Peter E. Baksa is a successful real estate developer who has turned his attention to matters of mind, body, and spirit. In this book, Baksa shows how quantum mechanics teaches about manifestation is remarkably similar to what the six major world religions teach about prayer and meditation. His previous titles include THE POINT OF POWER and THINK YOURSELF YOUNG.
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I've searched for answers in many mediums ... including Christianity, philosophy, psychology, literature and poetry, mathematics, physics and chemistry ... until Peter displayed it for me ... in this book, like a 3D hologram. The answer. The connection between our brain power and the Zero Point Field, as Peter defines it in Chapter 6, examples of miracles resulting from true and pure faith and prayer, even magic and altered states of consciousness, channel together to demonstrate how "Consciousness can change reality just by being aware that it can do so. If you want to change what you are looking at, change the way you are looking".
"I think there fore it is", builds gracefully on Descartes' "I think, therefore I am". The future view of man's ability to utilize the mind to attract matter and change reality has reached a new dimension with Peter Baksa's enlightening Faith Wave. Reading this book changed my view of life on earth.
What Peter Baksa has condensed in this comprehensible book is a blend of science and spirituality better than anyone this reader has surveyed. He steps through the development of science from the beginning of new thought through the forms of thinking from Einstein, Planck. Schroedinger, Heisenberg etc and brings us into the quantum theory and photons and all manner of scientific data most feel is too foreign to understand, makes it seem quite straight-forward, and then rounds out his thinking to allow us to understand that truly focusing thought gives us reality. It is not easy to explain in a review how he achieves this but reading his explanations brings even the most recalcitrant doubter to the point of understanding prayer, meditation, and ritual as in Buddhism as a way of connecting with the spiritual energy of the universe. Science continues to explain what the ancients found so many years ago: science and spirituality are one.
To say more, in brief, would be to rob the reader of an unveiling manifestation that makes this book such a treasure, offered by a man who is one of the finest communicators of the time. Treat yourself to the experience of reading the book on your own. It is short but it is a revelation. Grady Harp, May 14
Divided into three sections the book takes a look at science, from brain waves to quantum physics, waltzes through spirituality—including religion and the nature of God—and ends with an explanation of how science and religion work together to help us manifest what we want. In none of these sections is Baksa timid about introducing a new way to look at things.
Wrapping my mind around quantum physics is always a challenge and Baksa has managed to take me further than anyone into understanding what it means to me (and aren't we all oriented to "what's in it for me"?). In fact learning about the Zero Point Field was one of the big "aha moments" for me and will challenge my meditations for me for some time to come.
The bottom line? Science can now demonstrate what the mystics have always known. In fact Baksa states, ". "...science and religion can find common ground. In fact, this has been the whole point of this entire book."
He gives a formula for manifesting that I term, "Manifesting on steroids." To know why I say that you have to read the book and come to your own conclusions.
Who should read Faith Wave? Anyone who is interested in the Law of Attraction and manifesting should read this book, as well as those who just like to stretch their thinking. Those who still believe that science and spirituality have no common ground might find their way out of this mental dilemma in these pages, and those who think manifesting is New Age woo woo? Hold your objections until you’ve read to the last page.
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If you have been doubting if the low of attraction works, read this book and you will be amazed how you yourself create your own faith.Read more