Quantum Spirituality: The Pursuit of Wholeness

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“Could the great challenges of the world, and our lives, be solved through the wisdom of the past merged with the best science of today? The answer to this question is a resounding “Yes.” In Quantum Spirituality, Amit Goswami, Ph.D., and Valentina Onisor, MD, join forces to reveal precisely this connection and catapult us light years beyond conventional thinking when it comes to our capabilities and our potential. In an intimate journey of easy-to-read science and true-life events. The authors demonstrate how the marriage of science and spirituality and the cooperation of scientists and mystics opens the door to a new worldview.

There’s something missing in the traditional human story. Only new thinking, based upon truthful, honest, and factual discoveries that include direct human experience will reveal the potential of the new human story. Whether you’re an artist or an engineer, a homemaker, or a policy maker. This book is about you, your life, and every relationship that you’ll ever experience. This book required reading for everyone who has ever felt like there’s something missing in the mainstream view of us and what’s possible for us in the world. Greff Braden, New York Times bestselling author of Human by Design and The Divine Matrix

“Quantum Spirituality offers a brave attempt to unify the scientific and spiritual paths of existence. The authors point out that all too often we find ourselves in unhappy situations. When we embark on one of the paths without considering the other—especially a problem in our separated scientific and current religious worldviews today. We need to take steps along both paths simultaneously—something that our quantum physics point of view explains.” —Fred Alan Wolf, Ph.D. (aka) Dr. Quantum, National Book Award Author of many books.

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