The Choice: Using Conscious Thought and Physics of the Mind to Reshape the World

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You've probably heard of The Secret. Now it's time to make The Choice.

There is a great shift coming in the near future. We can all feel it. But what does it truly herald for the planet we inhabit?

Is there reason for concern about the apocalyptic prophecies of the Mayan calendar, and is there an underlying physics driving these changes?

How do planetary alignments and ...

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Overview


You've probably heard of The Secret. Now it's time to make The Choice.

There is a great shift coming in the near future. We can all feel it. But what does it truly herald for the planet we inhabit?

Is there reason for concern about the apocalyptic prophecies of the Mayan calendar, and is there an underlying physics driving these changes?

How do planetary alignments and astronomical events such as the ones predicted for 2012 affect your consciousness?

And most importantly, what can each of us do to influence this coming shift in both consciousness and physical reality?

New York Times best-selling author Mike Bara examines all these questions and many more in The Choice, which also includes:

  • Detailed descriptions of a revolutionary new theory of physics that proves the theory behind The Secret
  • How to use your own inner light--the power of your mind and spirit--to influence the physical world
  • How governments the world over are preparing for the coming decade of change
  • How to determine your place in the Next Age

If we can truly can make this world into anything we want, which path will we choose?

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  • ISBN-13: 9781601631442
  • Publisher: Career Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/15/2010
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 391,605
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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Mike Bara is an aerospace engineering consultant, lecturer, and the coauthor of the New York Times best-seller Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA. He is a frequent speaker at venues including the Bay Area UFO Expo, the Conscious Life Expo, and the CE4 UFO conference in Roswell, New Mexico. He is currently starring in the documentary film Moon Rising, and will be starring in and producing his own documentary film based on Dark Mission for Sacred Mysteries Productions. In his previous career, Bara spent more than 25 years designing and consulting on engineering and Computer Aided Design for a variety of aerospace companies. He resides in Los Angeles, California.
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  • Posted March 14, 2011

    One author's ignorance of physics

    In a promotional interview for this book, aerospace dropout Mike Bara boasted "I'm completely confident I can prove that there's no such thing as the laws of physics." Ha-ha. What he's proved instead is that there's no such thing as his comprehension of those laws. He's wrong about planetary influences (pp 17,31), wrong about centrifugal force (p.32), wrong about the eccentricity of the orbit of Mars (p.34), wrong several times about gravitation (p.134 e.g.), wrong about Faraday cages (p. 139 -- no, Mike, they aren't made of lead), wrong about the date of Sputnik 1 (p.143), and very, very wrong about the orbit of America's first satellite, Explorer 1 (the whole of Chapter 12, basically.) That last error is a real beaut. Copying from his former co-author Richard Hoagland (he's the one who maintains that NASA arranges launches on a schedule that pays homage to Egyptian Gods,) Bara tells us that the orbit of Explorer 1 was 60% too high. He writes "a miscalculation of that type simply cannot happen." Unfortunately, neither Bara nor Hoagland have enough basic understanding of orbital mechanics to write a 10th grade term paper, let alone two books, on the subject. They derive the 60% figure by measuring from the Earth's surface instead of the center of the orbit. When the calculation is done correctly the true figure turns out to be about 3% -- a miscalculation that very much COULD happen in 1950s rocketry, and would not represent total failure even today. So what's left? New-Age poppycock about self-realization, basically. Assurances that we all have THE POWER if only we'd use it. This book is so frighteningly bad it ought to spell the end of pseudoscience, because surely even fans of the late-night radio show Coast to Coast AM will see through it? Well, maybe not -- those people really are gullible. Over on Amazon user-reviews, Mike Bara boosted his rating by getting his brother to write a five-star review. Just like Bara's previous book, "Dark Mission," this one has had professional reviews from precisely nobody. Quite right too.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 14, 2011

    Highly Recommended as An Example of Misunderstanding and Good for a Laugh.

    I have thoroughly read this book, more than once now, and I have reviewed it comprehensively elsewhere.
    It is frightening to think that it may land in the hands of otherwise well-meaning educators and teachers for there are so many blatant errors in it which serve to illustrate Mr. Bara's total misunderstanding of physics, of mechanics, of radiation, etc.; yet he proceeds to be accepted by publishers and radio stations to carry on propounding his message without any professional acceptance and clearly without any proper education in the fields he attempts to discuss. The more gullible members of society may be convinced by his un-justified arguments, and that is not their fault for not evereyone can be in the possession of better understanding - but this book just relies upon this in my opinion to persuade such people into thinking total untruths.

    This book should never have made it to the shelves to which the public have access.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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