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5 Steps to a Quantum Life: How to Use the Astounding Secrets of Quantum Physics to Create the Life You Want

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Quantum physics proves that we are co-creators in our lives and the world. Each of us has unlimited power to improve our lives and make the world we live in a more joyful and harmonious place. In 5 Steps to a Quantum Life, see how you can use this amazing science to consciously create the life you want.If you liked The Secret, you'll love this book.
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Published November 5th 2013 by Winged Horse Publishing (first published September 2007)
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Ethan Fleck
This book is probably going to be a love it or hate it book for most. For me it was somewhere in the middle, not quite enough belief for me to get out there and start creating my reality, but very interesting nonetheless. I really enjoyed "What the bleep do we know", a movie about quantum physics and was kind of mesmerized after watching it. This book was also enjoyable, but it didn't keep my attention very well. I didn't feel one way or the other after finishing this. Quantum theory is quite as ...more
Stacey Jean Smith
May 25, 2009 Stacey Jean Smith rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
muuuuch better than "the secret". it all makes sense.
Amanda Kay
Pretty self-explanatory if you know anything about Quantum Physics. Quick read, nice prose, some useful tips and tricks.
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