Science And Human Transformation: Subtle Energies, Intentionality, And Consciousness
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Science And Human Transformation: Subtle Energies, Intentionality, And Consciousness

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What we can see with our eyes comprises less than ten percent of the universe. The real power sustaining its architecture is the energy contained in the ninety percent of the unseen.Dr. Tiller, one of the world's leading scientists on the structure of matter, takes a giant leap torward a unified theory of the universe. A Stanford professor for over thirty years in the Depa...more
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Melissa
god, why didn't I pay attention in physics class??? After reading this, I still feel this way. Great book, but as soon as the "math" is thrown in, I have flashbacks to high school. It bothers me that I don't have a clear understanding of this book.. because I really want to!!!!
Theresa Leone Davidson
A truly amazing book that covers quite a bit of science, particularly related to physics, and somehow manages to work in a wide range of topics, like yoga and walking on fire, and ties all of it together. I have never previously read anything by Professor Tiller and, after first thinking the book looked less than fascinating, I have to admit I was completely wrong - this is a great book, held my interest throughout, even when it does get (just a bit) bogged down by actual physics, a lot of which...more
David Leroy
I have read a lot of books in recent years on the topics covered in this book, and this is the one book that stands out that has made the most sense to me. The math and heavy physics can be daunting, however, I think it is necessary. The link between consciousness, and the greater world has been shown in multiple ways over the years, but in this book, Tiller really does a great job at laying down a foundation for understanding the relationship between the two. He is humble, and not very dogmatic...more
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