This book, full of lucid, penetrating insights into consciousness, definitively closes the gap between mind, matter, and cosmic intelligence. Parrish elegantly identifies the pathways to highest consciousnessa place we all are but don’t know it.
Starting with a layman’s examination of Freud’s psychology, the author moves seamlessly through existentialism, cognitive systems, quantum physics, and mysticism to arrive at his unique synthesis of them all.
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If the reader is interested in increasing their knowledge in the field of Quantum Physics, this book will be both interesting and informative. It thoroughly explains why we have moved from Newtonian Physics (Particle Physics) into the realm off Quantum Physics. My attention was drawn to learn that this field can directly lead to a divine creator; instead of following a slower, traditional religious pathway. I found the Questions and Answers at the end of each Chapter extremely helpful. For example, on page 39, the first question regarding cognitive systems psychology versus psychopathology lucidly explained why one method is preferable over the other. The next example can be found on page 48 in the second question. Dr. Parrish explains that we project our "sins" out on to the world, falsely seeing them as separate from ourselves. However, we can recognize these "sins" as actual errors; and since they originate within our minds, we can choose to correct them. I highly recommend reading, Nothing I See Means Anything, Quantum Questions, Quantum Answers if you are a seeker. It can increase your understanding of who really made the Universe (ourselves). We then will become empowered to move from victim consciousness to the awareness of our truest reality. Making this transition will alleviate the pain of fear, guilt and death. This book expands several of the concepts found in the book, A Course in Miracles, providing the student with helpful insights .
Nothing I See Means Anything is an excellent, insightful, and VALUE-ADDED review of Freudian, existentialist, and cognitive systems psychology, quantum physics, and mysticism. Although I had studied all these subjects previously, I gained a great deal reading the way this book distilled and integrated them. As I read it, many times I said to myself, "This is incredible!" I also enjoyed the unique way the author tied these topics to spirituality and specifically to A Course in Miracles. I feel very fortunate to be exposed to this work.