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eBook The Visionary Window: A Quantum Physicist's Guide to Enlightenment download ISBN: 083560845X
Author: Amit Goswami
Publisher: Quest Books; New edition edition (June 1, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 339
ePub: 1336 kb
Fb2: 1242 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: Religious Studies

His book Quantum Creativity is a tour de force instruction about how to engage in both outer and inner creativity. Goswami's last book, The Quantum Doctor, integrates conventional and alternative medicines. In his private life, Goswami is a practitioner of spirituality and transformation.

His book Quantum Creativity is a tour de force instruction about how to engage in both outer and inner creativity. He refers to himself as a "quantum activist.

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Not only does The Visionary Window answer " yes" to all of these questions, but it skillfully .

Not only does The Visionary Window answer " yes" to all of these questions, but it skillfully combines the fields of philosophy, cosmology, religion, and psychology to form a new way of thinking about science and spirituality. Stepping beyond the classic work of prominent seventies physicist Fritjof Capra, Goswami details his own pioneering exploration of science and spirit, revealing the complete integration between modern science and spiritual traditions.

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His two-volume textbook for nonscientists, The Physicist's View of Nature, traces the decline and rediscovery of the concept of God within science

His two-volume textbook for nonscientists, The Physicist's View of Nature, traces the decline and rediscovery of the concept of God within science.

Other books by amit goswami. with Maggie Goswami The Visionary Window: A Quantum Physicist)s Guide to Enlightenment. Quantum Mechanics The SelfAware Universe: How Consciousness Creates the Material World. with Maggie Goswami and Richard Reed Quantum Creativity. The Physicists) View ofNature) Part 1: From Newton to Einstein. The Physicists' View of Nature. Part 2 The Quantum Revolution. Institute of Noetic Sciences Petaluma, California and University of Oregon Eugene,Oregon. Springer Science+Business Media, LLC.

The Visionary Window: A Quantum Physicist's Guide to Enlightenment'. talks about his life and how discovering that consciousness is the ground of being changed his scientific thinking and also his approach to life as a human being. He also explains, downward causation. quantum non-locality.

Does God exist? Can spirituality be integrated with science? Is happiness possible? Do miracles really happen? Not only.

Amit Goswami is a theoretical nuclear physicist and mystic who has worked at The University of Oregon Institute for Theoretical Physics. The current worldview has it that everything is made of matter, and everything can be reduced to the elementary particles of matter, the basic constituents - building blocks - of matter.

Does God exist? Can spirituality be integrated with science? Is happiness possible? Do miracles really happen? Not only does The Visionary Window answer " yes" to all of these questions, but it skillfully combines the fields of philosophy, cosmology, religion, and psychology to form a new way of thinking about science and spirituality. Stepping beyond the classic work of prominent seventies physicist Fritjof Capra, Goswami details his own pioneering exploration of science and spirit, revealing the complete integration between modern science and spiritual traditions. Using stories and colorful examples from pop culture, Goswami addresses complex issues in language and terminology easily accessible to the lay reader. He provides quantum physics-based theory and new experimental data verifying the metaphysical truth that exists when employed in the context of a new science, science within the primacy of consciousness. With a new holistic worldview, Goswami also discusses the creativity of the body to self heal; the power of spiritual practice and how to choose a meditative path; and the five stages of spiritual growth, culminating in the ability to transcend the physical laws of nature. Readers, scientists and spiritual leaders alike will find answers to many of life's deepest mysteries.
Comments: (7)
Cobandis
I used to think if I didn't understand a book, then it was ... me. I was too dense or stupid to absorb the author's brilliance. I no longer think that way, having read a lot more books and authors. Goswami has many top notch ideas, but ... he is AWFUL at expressing them. He can take a simple concept, and make it totally incomprehensible. I've read other quantum books that explained the double slit experiment, a critical concept in understanding quantum mechanics. I understood the experiment perfectly due to the clear explanation given by those authors. Goswami covers the exact same experiment, and no joke - I didn't have a CLUE what he was talking about. He did this with several other experiments that I had had beautifully clarified in other books - and this guy muddled them beyond belief. And so in the rest of his book, when he confuses ... I simply don't chalk it up to my feeble mind, or even to the complexity of the subject matter (and it is complex) --- I just don't think this guy writes well. Maybe some day, someone will come along, read and digest all his works, and issue a comprehensive REWRITE of his ideas. Now that I would enjoy.
Xanna
You know, I really want to give this a five star review because Amit seems to reveal many of my own intuitions about what quantum theory is telling us about ourselves and the universe. Since he was a physics professor and an expert in quantum physics, we can acknowledge his credentials to speak about quantum theory authoritatively. However, when he rushes to conclusions in areas outside of his expertise, such as religion and phylosophy; I want to wring his neck for sounding like a snake charmer hypnotizing his audience with new Indian rope tricks. Seriously, no scholarly treatment of the subjects at hand, but rudimentary dime novel journalism. What is it with guys like Amit and Chopra, when they have the most important message to deliver to the world and they come off like snake oil merchants. Other than that, this book is a solid reference to keep on hand in the coming war of world paradigms. Goodbye scientific materialism!
Kazimi
I am attracted to the idea that physics and spirituality are aspects of the same reality but I think the author jumps to too many conclusions and needlessly emphasizes the terminologies of ancient religious philosophies from India. Someone used to such terms might enjoy the book. However, I lived in India and soon got tired of all the wordy warfare (a term the Buddha used) that seems to be part of the culture. I'm not saying this author is making wordy warfare, but I am saying I would prefer a presentation with more elegance and simplicity. The thing that bothered me the most was the conclusion that some quantum mechanics experiments prove a kind of 'spirituality' due to the fact that their outcomes are changed by the presence or absence of an observer. I think it more likely that there is just some aspect of those experiments that we still don't understand. Indeed, an obvious conclusion that might be drawn is that the physical process being observed is simply a unitary process which is not complete until it causes something else to happen - either an event associated with our attempts to observe it or some other event which completes things. Events which are not observed are probably events that have not yet been completed. An electron doesn't just fly through space waiting for us to observe it. I think it flies through space for some reason such as attraction to a positive charge. Since interrupting its flight changes the forces it is responding to, we should not be surprised that observing it affects it. I suspect everything is related to everything and we should be studying the relationship between the participants if we want to understand the 'movement' of individual participants. I have only had undergraduate physics. The book indicated that quantum mechanics addresses some of these issues. Perhaps those concepts should have somehow been included. Admittedly, I only had patience to read half of the book because of all the terminology from the religious philosophies of India. The book is certainly a good effort but I find it hard to digest.