The Human Hologram: Living Your Life in Harmony with the Unified Field

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What if our physical bodies were perpetually being formed upon an invisible field of information? And what if this field was one vital and integral part of the same field underlying the physical structure of our universe, holding all the information and wisdom of its past and present? And what if, by being a knowing contributor to this field, each of us could create a blissful and peaceful future not only for ourselves and our planet, but for our whole universe? If we are indeed, at the deepest level of our ...
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Overview


What if our physical bodies were perpetually being formed upon an invisible field of information? And what if this field was one vital and integral part of the same field underlying the physical structure of our universe, holding all the information and wisdom of its past and present? And what if, by being a knowing contributor to this field, each of us could create a blissful and peaceful future not only for ourselves and our planet, but for our whole universe? If we are indeed, at the deepest level of our being, truly holographic - these questions may no longer be regarded as far-fetched. Dr Robin Kelly, author of the award winning The Human Antenna, explores these mind stretching concepts and speculates exactly how our developing awareness of ourselves as Human Holograms will affect every aspect of our future on this planet. He guides us into how we can best use this information here and now to transform our lives, and to achieve optimum health.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781604150629
  • Publisher: Energy Psychology Press
  • Publication date: 7/30/2011
  • Pages: 258
  • Sales rank: 1,425,820
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author


The Human Hologram by Robin Kelly has followed The Human Antenna by winning Science Book of the Year at the 2011 US National Best Books Awards! Robin Kelly has, for 30 years, integrated Western, Eastern and modern mindbody concepts within his medical practice in Auckland, New Zealand. A past and current co-president of the Medical Acupuncture Society (NZ) and a founding trustee of New Zealand's MindBody Trust, he studied Acupuncture and Chinese medicine in the 80s running teaching workshops for health professionals and doctors. Since the 90's his overriding interest has been in researching the roles consciousness and quantum theory play in the deep healing process. As a result, he has authored three books released internationally, Healing Ways - A Doctor's Guide to Healing (Penguin 2000), The Human Antenna - Reading the Language of the Universe in the Songs of Our Cells (Energy Psychology Press 2007), and The Human Hologram - Living Your Life in Harmony with the Unified Field (July 2011.) The Human Antenna was awarded Science Book of the Year at the 2008 US National Best Books Awards. Over the past few years, Robin has introduced Energy Psychology techniques, alongside medical acupuncture, to his practice, and he regards this as one vital step in helping people regain full ownership of their healing. He lectures and runs workshops on the deep healing process, and the compassionate approach to health, both within New Zealand and overseas. He has given many radio and TV interviews over the past few years. Robin is also a passionate singer/songwriter with 4 CDs of original songs released over the past 10 years. One album was nominated for 2010 Album of the Year by the US Indie Music Digest, and he was a runner up in Nashville's 2010 'Song of the Summer' contest. He is married to Trish, a registered nurse and midwife, who helps run their home-based practice. They have three children - Sophie, Lucy and Toby, and one grandchild Pyper. Robin's website is www.drrobinkelly.com
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments 7

Introduction 9

Section 1 Living in the Holographic Universe 17

Section 2 The Human Hologram-The Science 23

Chapter 1 Introduction to the Science 25

A Brief History of the Hologram 31

Chapter 2 The Universe as a Hologram 35

Chapter 3 You the Observer 39

Chapter 4 The Cat, the Moon, and the Parking Space 45

Chapter 5 Entanglement-All Together Now 47

Chapter 6 The Statistics of Nonlocality-Measuring the Immeasurable 55

Chapter 7 Quantum Biology-The Science that Came Out of the Cold 61

Chapter 8 Of Ants and Men-Life in the Colonies 67

Chapter 9 The Patterns of Nature 73

Chapter 10 The Human Biohologram-A Working Model 77

Chapter 11 Science, Faith, and Evolution in the Twenty-First Century 85

Chapter 12 About Time 91

Summary of the Science of the Human Hologram 97

Ten Guiding Principles of the Human Hologram 99

Section 3 The Human Hologram-The Experience 101

Chapter 13 Introduction to the Experience 103

Vanessa's Story 106

Chapter 14 The Heart of the Human Hologram 111

Ursula's Story 114

Chapter 15 The Brain of the Human Hologram 119

Karl Pribram and the Holonomic Brain 122

Microtubules and the Holographic Brain 126

The Rational Mind 131

The Intuitive Mind 133

Chapter 16 Feelings 143

Chapter 17 The Human Hologram and Healing 151

The Healer as Parent 159

Chapter 18 The Human Hologram and the Medical Model 169

Chapter 19 Cocreation and Free Will 177

Chapter 20 Cults and Control 181

Summary of the Experience of the Human Hologram 185

Section 4 The Human Hologram-The Speculation 189

Introduction to the Speculation 191

Chapter 21 The Human Hologram-Death and Life 193

Chapter 22 The Human Hologram-The Future of Science, Medicine, and Technology 201

Chapter 23 The Human Hologram-Our Personal Renaissance 209

Appendix I Exercises 221

Appendix II Experiments 225

A Polarity and the Double Slit Quantum Eraser Experiment 227

B Experimental Realization of Wheeler's Delayed Choice Experiment 2007 231

Endnotes 233

Resources and Recommended Reading 239

Index 241

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  • Posted February 18, 2012

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    Very Good But Not Great

    As a follower of the holographic theory for over 10 years, I was very excited to read this book. While it details some aspects of the hologram theory, it skips over much of the science and clings too closely to the subjective subjects and linking eastern and western.

    While there is nothing wrong with this, and the writing is excellent, I was expecting more science. But then again, at this present time, the science itself is sketchy at best. With this in mind, maybe now is not the time to write about the Human Hologram. While I maintain great faith in the theory, I wouldn't want to give too much advice based on our lack of knowledge.

    For those interested The Holographic Universe: The Revolutionary Theory of Reality is a good beginner primer. You would also find much more actual science in The Hidden Reality: Parallel Universes and the Deep Laws of the Cosmos

    A physicist at the U of Chicago, Craig Hogan is in the process of building an experiment that may possibly detect the potential existense of a planck length holograhic universe.

    I highly recommend this book but advise the reader that the content is the softer side of the universe.

    I hope you find this review helpful.

    Michael L. Gooch Author of Wingtips with Spurs

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