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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 30, 2008

    Comments on Ordaining Reality

    This author explains, scientifically, why intangible things such as thoughts and emotions (i.e. positive thinking) influence our lives. He does this by presenting a new paradigm of nature which he calls ¿Harmonics Theory¿ that re-introduces the ¿aether¿ (which apparently has been one of those on-again, off-again theories of physics). He then links consciousness with gravity into something he calls ¿gravicon¿ and goes on to explain how our right brains are wired to access the ¿universal consciousness¿ that is all around us. It¿s not simple, but he explains it in small building blocks, so I was able to follow the logic. To support his theory, he begins by explaining, layer by layer, the history of physics from its origins with the early Greeks to today¿s latest theories in a way more clearly than I would have thought possible. After building this foundation, he cites all of the loop holes that are puzzling the world of physics today and then brings us full circle by tying together the open ends and controversial theories. I personally found all of this knowledge worthwhile and interesting, but the real reward comes when he presents evidence that shows how, within his new view of Harmonics Theory, thoughts can indeed change physical events and shape our futures. He concludes by explaining how to put this knowledge to work to ¿ordain¿ one¿s future. This book is thought-provoking and intriguing and although it contains some degree of high-level scientific material, I was able to wade through at my own pace and take something away that has inspired me to improve my life. I recommend this book to anyone interested in learning about human nature and the possibilities within us. It may take you awhile to get through it all, but it¿s worth it.

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