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Remembering the Future - The Physics of the Soul and Time Travel
     

Remembering the Future - The Physics of the Soul and Time Travel

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by Brooks Agnew
 
Science has unlocked the secret of the Law of Attraction. This is a self-help book with a scientific twist that will empower you to manifest futures that you truly desire. Stop letting the universe push you around. Take control. The entire universe is folded up inside of you and is the average of the intention of every human soul in it. Most of them are asleep,

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Science has unlocked the secret of the Law of Attraction. This is a self-help book with a scientific twist that will empower you to manifest futures that you truly desire. Stop letting the universe push you around. Take control. The entire universe is folded up inside of you and is the average of the intention of every human soul in it. Most of them are asleep, unaware that they are conscious. This book will train you how to awaken and effect changes upon the past, present, and to manifest the future reality of your dreams. Dream large and make it so. The Law of Attraction is real, and this book will give you the practical tools for making it work for you. Time is accessible only by human consciousness. It may even be a creation of the human soul.

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George Noory
"If I had to choose the best description of how the universe is formed and how we humans travel through it, I would have to choose that of Brooks Agnew."

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011832451
Publisher:
Brooks Agnew
Publication date:
10/02/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
225
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

Brooks A. Agnew grew up in Pasadena, California around JPL and Cal Tech. He entered the Air Force in 1973, where he graduated top in his class in electronics engineering. He was one of the most successful SixSigma engineers in the automotive industry with more than $500 million in process improvements saving or generating more than 10 thousand jobs. He is a five-time Amazon Best Selling author and internationally renowned lecturer on exploration of the Earth and the origin and destiny of the human being. He received his bachelors in Chemistry from Tennessee Technological University with honors and his Masters Degree from Kennedy Western University. His experience was awakened to this subject in 2006, and since that time the world has never been the same.

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Remembering the Future: The Physics of the Soul and Time Travel 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
readingsFun More than 1 year ago
I have read a few "self-help" books from the best-selling gurus. I saw The Secret movie, and I did cut out pictures and put them on my fridge. The idea was good, and I certainly would have been the first to shout, "It worked!" It didn't. I think it just sold books for someone. Good marketing, though. Got me, didn't it? Still, the concept should work. I believe that intention is a powerful force, for good or ill. Here's where the similarity ends with Remembering the Future. Dr. Agnew's discovery of how to tap the universe at the right time was amazing. All the pieces fit like a machine that functions like a dream factory. I mean, you put a dream into it, and the reality comes out the other end. I made it work the first time. And, I had a great time. I broke through this barrier of scarcity that always seemed to stop me at the same place when I tried to accomplish my goals. Now, the future is my playground, and I bring the memories back to the past...which is the present. I highly recommend this book. The audio version is the best I have ever heard. Great job, Brooks.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Information was really interesting - the book described diagrams that were not rendered on the NOOK at all. Very disappointed in that.
Berni_L More than 1 year ago
Text content is very informative, however to understand much of the subject described, you must view the illustrations which are not included in the ebook and are referenced frequently in order to help understand what is being described. Additionally I had a hard time getting around the typos and misspellings as they appear to not have been reviewed by the publisher and corrected. Poor publisher QC. Note to the publisher: Please fix this ebook and include the illustrations as well as correct the mistakes throughout this book, and make the update available for download to those of us who purchased this book with missing content and typos. I'll read it again when these have been fixed and update my review to reflect more accurately on the content.
erkanPA More than 1 year ago
pls help me how to understand this book. i read it and i didnt get it all
Anonymous More than 1 year ago